Each country has its own visa requirements and those can be from time to time changed. Therefore, it is very important that you visa application is handled by the experience professionals who are familiar with all visa processing requirements and procedures.
Ales Group specialists have been working with the Embassies of various countries for many years and have acquired significant experience in this area. Our specialists also speak the language of these countries which makes application smoother and easier.
Usually, if you require a visa with more than one entry you will have to obtain an invitation (except double entry tourist visa in some cases). So, in some cases you might need to provide the following documents depending on the type of visa applied for:
- Business visa: A covering letter from the applicant or applicant’s company, copy of invitation letter from a host company in the country, the original of which has been submitted to the Department of Consular Services of the ministry of foreign affairs of the country. The invitation must clearly indicate the following: name of applicant; name of inviting company; exact dates of the visit. Inviting company should provide the confirmation (visa support/telex) number for your trip; the number for the confirmation is usually given in advance and written on the letter of invitation.
- Tourist visa: A covering letter from the applicant, copy of invitation letter from the hosting tourist company in the country licensed for visa support purposes that would confirm arrangements made, hotel reservation confirmation;
- Transit visa: A covering letter from the applicant, a visa to the country of destination and copies of your ticket or itinerary.
Some of the documents you are submitting have to be notarized by a public notary. Our in-house notaries have deep knowledge of all legalization requirements and will make sure that your are properly legalized to avoid delays with your visa application.
Ales Group can help at all stages of the visa application process from issuing the invitation to physically receiving visa in the Embassy for you.