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Old 09-09-2014, 07:08 AM
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My Visa grant Finally after 16 month today , I am much happy and I really appreciated you all on this forum to help and guide me on this long time.
congratulation mans4 - am so happy for you -enjoy - i applied at june 2013 from dubai - i wish to hear good news soon and i hope the best for all


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congratulation mans4 - am so happy for you -enjoy - i applied at june 2013 from dubai - i wish to hear good news soon and i hope the best for all
Thanks Sudani and i wish you the best of luck.


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Hi all,,,sorry i couldnt manage to reach to some of the comments... my visa details are as below... and please note that i have been interviewed- perhaps two times due to some certain questions... thanks once again for the congrats notes from our forum members...

I am Afghan Citizen and I applied from Dubai Consulate
Applied Date: 25 October 2012
Visa Granted: 2 September 2014

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You had to wait for almost 2 years Koshani? Must be really hard.
Glad for your grant and good luck with your future!


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Yes Tania TM you heard me right it took like 2 years Thanks alot for your wish..


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Old 10-19-2014, 01:31 PM
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As CG said visitor visas from a high risk country than are non sponsored are very hard to get but .... consider Saudi Arabia is a rich country you may be in with a shot (if any country has a shot it will be Saudi Arabia!). However, being from Sudan may pose any issue. However you have nothing to lose and everything to gain

You need to show as much as you can to show you will go home. Do you rent or own a house? Provide house ownership or rental agreement. Provide bank statement. Provide a letter from your job saying how long your leave is and that you have a job to return to.

Your fiancee will need to provide a letter of invitation with a copy of her passport or birth certificate the letter should say she is inviting you and what you will do and also mention the pmv and how you won't jeopardise it. I presume you will stay with her so she needs to show rental lease or a rates notice. She can also provide a bank statement but they may not consider it (ours the co said that they would not consider my funds).

Good luck with it all and let me know how you go . I always hope to see a successful tourist visa application from a high risk country.

Any more questions please ask
hello mish - as i promise ill let you know if i got my tourist visa - finally i got it am so happy - thanx alot for you and CG FOR YOUR ADVISES - hope the best for all


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Old 10-19-2014, 01:39 PM
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hello mish - as i promise ill let you know if i got my tourist visa - finally i got it am so happy - thanx alot for you and CG FOR YOUR ADVISES - hope the best for all
Woo hoo congrats . How long is it for? Out of curiosity does it come with a no further stay clause?


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Old 10-20-2014, 08:11 AM
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Woo hoo congrats . How long is it for? Out of curiosity does it come with a no further stay clause?
thanx mish its single entry for 3 months


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