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 What is the old name for visa?

Answer The original name for Visa was the "BankAmericard." Released by Bank of America as the "first general-purpose credit card" back in 1958, the BankAmericard's name was changed to "Visa" almost 20 yea... Read More »
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What countries can gambian passport holder enter visa free or visa on arrival?

what countries can gambian passport holder enter visa free or visa on arrival?
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What is the difference between a spousal visa and a fiance(e) visa in the uk?

A visa is a document granting permission for an individual to enter a country. In the United Kingdom, there are differences between a spousal visa and a fiance(e) visa. The differences relate to t... Read More »
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What is the difference between a spousal visa and a fiance visa in the uk?

When bringing a fiance or spouse to the UK from anywhere other than the European Economic Area, a visa is required. The UK offers visas for fiances and visas for spouses with different qualificatio... Read More »
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What form do I use to change my tourist visa to an l-2 visa?

To change your tourist visa to an I-2 visa (media visa), you must refile your Nonimmigrant Visa Application Form. If you complete the application online you will have to complete Form DS-160. If yo... Read More »
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