Welcome to the new travel experience. The way of the future is online and more governments are going to an online platform for travel visa applications. This is why Natvisa is streamlining and improving the visa application experience. No more dealing with government websites that are buggy or crash often. Our servers are kept in a highly secured environment that protects our user’s data. Forget searching for visa policies, and entry requirements all over the web. We have gathered all relevant visa information for your upcoming travel, here at natvisa.com. Our knowledgeable support personnel is here to assist you in any questions you may have. Ready to travel? Get started today!
An Electronic Travel Authorization is an entry authorization for foreign nationals. Generally, a government issued eTA is electronically linked to the traveler‘s travel document. However, if you obtain a new travel document or passport, you need to get a new eTA. Electronic Travel Authorization requirements vary with countries that allow it.
Some countries allow visitors to travel and obtain a visa on arrival, i.e., you do not need to get an approved visa in advance in your country. You present yourself with your passport at customs and obtain the visa instantly by paying the corresponding fee.
Documents are sent via email, and it can also be downloaded from the client‘s dashboard. It‘s also important to note that some visa types dont require an actual download.
The Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) for most countries is linked to the passport electronically. This means that that applicant wont have to print anything to carry in their travels.
The eVisa does require the applicant to download the visa document and print-it. Visitors are required to show the physical document upon arrival. It‘s always good practice to carry an extra copy of the visa.
The Visa on Arrival really depends on the country of destination. Some countries will ask you print-out confirmation that the application was lodged online.
We will always detail the process during the application process so dont worry.
ETIAS Visa Waiver
ETIAS for Europe
Electronic Travel Information Authorization System
Starting in 2025, visa-exempt travelers visiting EU countries will need the ETIAS.
Disclaimer: Natvisa is an independent entity and is not associated with any government agencies. Our application does not offer legal counsel, nor do we operate as a law firm. Our customer service team is not comprised of attorneys, and they do not dispense legal guidance. As a private online consultancy specializing in travel and immigration, we are committed to assisting individuals in exploring the globe. For direct applications, individuals have the option to utilize the official government websites on their own.