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Visa & ImmigrationLegaGlobe advises immigration law issues and helps people who intend to immigrate to USA, and assists in preparing VISA Application process to visit Schengen States, UK, USA, Japan and South Korea. Besides, We also provide Appealing and Reviewing services and counseling against all types of VISA REFUSALS.

We also assist in answering different queries regarding visa and immigration issues as Immigration lawyers in Bangladesh. We assist in application for spouse visa or family member’s immigration process.

How Can We Help You ?

  • LegalGlobe arranges business visa, conference visa meeting etc.
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Bangladesh

LegaGlobe advises immigration law issues and helps people who intend to travel, study, business and work in Bangladesh, and also assists in preparing VISA Application process to live in Bangladesh for short and long term basis. We also provide Appealing and Reviewing services and counseling against all types of VISA REFUSALS.

We also assist in answering different queries regarding visa and immigration issues as Immigration lawyers in Bangladesh. We assist in application for spouse visa or family member’s immigration process.

USA

Visitor for Business

The B-1 classification is appropriate for those seeking entry to the United States to engage in temporary, business-related activities, and permissible business activities include conventions, conferences, consultations, and other legitimate commercial and professional activities. But this category does not allow to engage in local employment for hire within the United States.

Requirements

In addition to the requirements common to all applying for the visitor visa to the United States, B-1 visa applicants must:
Show that business activities primarily benefit a non-U.S. based company
Ability to demonstrate strong nonimmigrant intent with regard to the proposed trip to the United States [Ties outside of the United States, including family, employment and/or other financial ties are used to prove nonimmigrant intent.]
A residence outside the United States

Ability to show the U.S. trip as purely temporary and for pleasure or certain permitted business activities, etc.
Financial ability to remain in the United States for the requested timeframe, without U.S. employment

Visitor for Pleasure

Those who are planning to visit the United States for pleasure, The B-2 classification is appropriate for them. The intent at the time of the visa application must be to engage in a purely temporary visit, followed by departure from the U.S. The B-2 category is appropriate for tourism social visits certain medical treatments participation in amateur sports music and related events. B-2 visitors generally are admitted to the United States for an initial admission period of 6 months. In some situations, it is possible to obtain extensions of B-2 stay beyond the initial admission period.

Requirements

The requirements common to all applying for the visitor visa to the United States, B-2 visa applicants must: Ability to show the U.S. visit as purely temporary and for activities permitted under the B-2. If for medical treatment, documentation of the need for treatment in the United States and the financial ability to pay for the treatment

How We Can Help You

The LegalGlobe Law Firm provides assistance and advice regarding B-1 options. Our lawyers provide guidance and representation in connection with requests for B-1 personal and/or domestic attendants.

LegalGlobe Provides

  • Provide B-1 visa application assistance and advice to individuals who are abroad.
  • Provide guidance in visa matters, including routine and more complex B-1 visa applications.
  • Provide assistance and advice regarding B-1/B-2 options.
  • Provide assistance and advice related to B-1/B-2 visa applications outside the United States. We can assist in appropriate cases involving prior denials and prior immigration violations.

Visit USCIS : https://www.uscis.gov/

Visa Form : Nonimmigrant Visa Form DS 160 (https://ceac.state.gov/genniv/)

Visa Fee : (https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/fees/fees-visa-services.html)

Advise : How to Fill out DS-160 Form (for nonimmigrant visa) We assist in DS-160 Form fill out.

If you would like to fill out DS-160 form self, please visit

https://photos.state.gov/libraries/bangladesh/8601/non-immigrant%20visas/DS-60%20Step%20by%20Step%20Instructional%20Guide.pdf

UK (United Kingdom)

LegaGlobe helps people who intend to visit, work, study, and join a family member or partner in the UK, and assists in preparing VISA Application process to visit. Besides, We also assist in suing appeal against all types of UK VISA REFUSALS.

Standard Visitor Visa :

Any eligible person can apply for Standard Visitor Visa to visit UK (United Kingdom). The Standard Visitor visa has replaced the:

  • Family Visitor visa
  • General Visitor visa
  • Child Visitor visa
  • Business Visitor visa, including visas for academics, doctors and dentists
  • Sports Visitor visa
  • Entertainer Visitor visa
  • Prospective Entrepreneur visa
  • Private Medical Treatment Visitor visa
  • Approved Destination Status (ADS) visa

If anyone wishes to visit the UK on business can apply for a Standard Visitor Visa. For business-related activities, as :

Coming to the UK for a purpose of conference, meeting or training

Want to take part in a specific sports-related event

If an artist, entertainer or musician and coming to the UK to perform
Are an academic and are doing research or accompanying students on a study abroad programme

If you’re a doctor or dentist and are coming to the UK to take a clinical attachment or observer post

You want to take the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board (PLAB) test or sit the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

You want to get funding to start, take over, join or run a business in the UK

Check the Visitor Rules to find the full list of business-related activities you can do with a Standard Visitor visa.

Eligibility : You must always show that:

  • You’ll leave the UK at the end of your visit
  • You’re able to support yourself and any dependents for the duration of your trip
  • You’re able to pay for your return or onward journey and any other costs relating to your visit
  • You have proof of any business or other activities you want to do in the UK, as allowed by the Visitor Rules
    (source : https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa/eligibility)

Documents you must provide

  • When you apply you’ll need to provide a current passport or other valid travel identification.
  • You need a blank page in your passport for your visa. Your passport should be valid for the whole of your stay in the UK.
  • You’ll also need to provide a certified translation of any documents that are not in English or Welsh.
  • You’ll be told how to provide your documents when you apply.
  • Read the full list of supporting documents you can provide.

You might need to provide additional documents if you’re visiting the UK:

  • For private medical treatment
  • To apply as an organ donor
  • As an academic on sabbatical and want to stay for 12 months
  • As a prospective entrepreneur
  • To take the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board (PLAB) test or sit the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) (source : https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa/documents-you-must-provide)

Apply for Visa : https://www.vfsglobal.co.uk/bd/en/vacs

Advise : How to fill out UK Standard Visitor Visa Form ? We assist in fill out the UK Standard Visitor Visa form.

Schengen Countries

LegaGlobe helps people who intend to visit to the Schengen States, and assists in preparing VISA Application process to visit any of Schengen States. Besides, We also assist in preparing appeal letter against all kinds of visa refusals, and submit the appeal letter to the concerned Embassy or High Commission.

Our Services for Schengen States

  • Tourist visa application process for visiting any of or all the Schengen States
  • Documents legalization services for supporting visa application
  • Visa application form fill up by the immigration law experts
  • Checking the reality of any organization, institution, college, university, etc before making any payment for further processing of an applicant’s file or document within the Schengen States.

List of the 26 Schengen countries

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland)

Schengen Visa Types & Validity

According to the purpose of traveling the Uniform Schengen Visa applies to all of the two categories, “A” and “C”. So “A” category stands for the Airport Transit Visa which allows its holder to travel through the international zone of the Schengen country Airport without entering the Schengen Area. Airport transit visa is mandatory for the citizens travelling from one non-Schengen state to another non-Schengen state through a change of flights in a Schengen country airport, and “C” category stands for a Short-term visa which allows its holder to reside in a Schengen Area for a certain period of time depending on the visa validity. This particular category, according to the holder’s purpose of the travel can be obtained in a form of:

Single-entry visa

(A single-entry visa allows its holder to enter the Schengen Area only once, within the given period of time, as mentioned in the visa sticker affixed to their passport)

Double-entry visa

(A double-entry visa allows its holder to enter the Schengen Area only twice, within the given period of time, as mentioned in the visa sticker affixed to their passport. a double-entry visa is that the second gives you the chance to go once more back to the Schengen territory once you have left it)

Multiple-entry visa

(A multiple-entry visa allows its holder to go in and out of the Schengen Area as many times as he or she wants, as soon as they do not violate the 90/180 rule. Based on how frequently you travel to Schengen zone, you may apply and obtain one of the following multiple-entry visa types:

  • 1 year multiple-entry visa
  • 3 year multiple-entry visa
  • 5 year multiple-entry visa

1 year multiple-entry Schengen visa

You can obtain this visa if you have been traveling to the Schengen Area more often, and you have also been in possession of at least one Schengen double-entry visa. When you apply for this visa, you will need to show proof that you are a regular traveler, as well as why you need this visa in the future. The 1-year MEV visa gives you the right to enter in the Schengen Zone as many times as you want, as long as you do not remain more than 90 days within this period.

3 year multiple-entry Schengen visa

The 3-year MEV gives the right to its holder to enter the Schengen Area as many times as they wish within a period of three years. However, even in this case the visa holder is limited to remaining in the EU no longer than 90 days within a 180-day period. When you apply for a 3-year MEV you will have to present evidence that you are a frequent traveler to at least one of the countries of the Schengen. You will also have to explain and prove why you need a visa with a validity of three years.

5 year multiple-entry Schengen visa

5-year MEV is granted to people that travel a lot to the Schengen Zone, especially for business. This visa permits you to enter 26 countries in Europe as many times as you wish, within five years, as soon as you do not violate the 90/180 days rule. You will need to show very strong proof that you travel frequently to any of these countries and why you travel. In addition, you will need to show evidence why a visa with a validity of 5 years is necessary for you.

What is 90/180 Schengen Visa Rule

Most people think that the 180-day period starts on the day you visa becomes valid, which is not true. Actually, the 180-day period keeps rolling. Therefore, anytime you wish to enter the Schengen, you just have to count backwards the last 180 days, and see if you have been present in the Schengen for more than 90 days throughout that period.

Schengen Visa Extension

Short-stay Schengen visa extensions are permitted by the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No. 810/2009 of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community Code on Visas (Journal of Laws of the EU of 2009 L243/1). However, you will have very low chances to get one, if you do not have a strong reason as the basis of you application. According to the Schengen visa policy, acceptable reasons to extend a Schengen short-stay visa are only the following:

  • Late Entry
  • Humanitarian Reasons
  • Force Majeure
  • Important Personal Reasons

What Documents are Required when Applying for a Schengen Visa?

The following list of documents are required for any short-term Schengen visa application:

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed.
  • Two recently taken photos must be attached. Both photos must be taken within the last three months, according to the visa photo requirements.
  • A valid passport. Not older than 10 years and it should valid for at least three more months beyond the date you plan to leave Schengen area. Older passports with visas on them (if you have any).
  • Round trip reservation or itinerary. It must include dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from the Schengen area. You can use the visa consultation services like this one. These guys can handle most of your visa requirements such as flight itineraries, hotel reservations along with free consultation over email.
  • Travel insurance policy. A document that proves you have travel health insurance for the whole Schengen territory, with a minimum coverage of 30,000 euros in case of any medical emergency as illnesses, accidents and even repatriation in case of death. The Insurance policy can easily be purchased online from AXA Schengen or Europ Assistance.
  • Proof of accommodation. A document that shows where you will be accommodated throughout your stay in Schengen.

This can be one of the following:

  • A hotel/hostel booking.
  • A rental agreement.
  • A letter of invitation from a host at whose house you will be staying.
  • Proof of financial means. Evidence that you have enough money to support yourself financially throughout your stay in the Schengen. This can be one of the following:
  • Bank account statement – that shows you have enough money in your account for the trip. The statement shall be no older than 3 months.
  • Sponsorship Letter – by another person that confirms they will be financially supporting your trip to the Schengen. In order for this letter to be valid, it must be accompanied by a bank statement of the sponsor, no older than three months.
  • A combination of your bank account statement and a letter of sponsorship.
  • Proof of paid visa fee. €60 for adults and €35 for children from 6 to 12 years old.

Along with the aforementioned generally required documents, Schengen embassies around the world require some specific documents from the visa candidates depending on their employment status as well as several additional documents depending upon the type of Schengen visa applied for.

Schengen Visa Requirements According to Applicant’s Employment Status

For employees:

  • Employment contract.
  • Current bank statement of the latest 6 months.
  • Leave permission from the employer.
  • Income Tax Return (ITR) form or Certificate of Income Tax deducted at the source of salary.

For the self-employed:

  • A copy of your business license.
  • Company bank statement of the latest 6 months.
  • Income Tax Return (ITR).

For students:

  • Proof of enrollment.
  • No objection letter from School or University.

For retirees:

  • Pension statement of the latest 6 months.

If unemployed and married to an EU citizen :

  • Confirmation of Employment letter, no older than three months, from their spouse’s employer stating the position held within the company as well as the starting date.
  • Spouse’s valid passport.
  • An official marriage certificate.

What Documents are Required for Schengen Visa for Minors?

  • The parents / legal guardians of minors applying for a Schengen visa, must submit some extra documents for the underage applicant:
  • The minor’s birth certificate.
  • Application form signed by both parents.
  • Family court order – in cases where only one parent has full custody over the child.
  • Certified copies of ID / passport of both parents.
  • A notarized parental authorization signed by both parents / guardians if the minor will be travelling alone.

Documents Required when Applying for a Visa to Visit Relatives or Friends

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen visa to visit relatives / friends are:

  • Affidavit of Support. In case one does not have a bank account or does not own enough funds to be taking care of their expenses during this travel, one must ask the visiting friends or relatives to sign an “official affidavit of support” at the corresponding office in his/her place of residence. Make sure you carry the original document when applying for the visa.
  • Travel Itinerary. The applicant’s description of their trip, the purpose of travelling, the time frame and all the personal date written down in a letter.
  • Means of Subsistence. If the applicant declares that he/she will be covering all the travel expenses, proof of one’s financial status is requested otherwise if the relative/friend is to cover the applicant’s expenses, a formal document issued by the competent authorities to a resident of a Schengen country (the friend/relative in this case) is to be submitted.
  • Letter of Invitation. By the relative/friend residing in a Schengen country. If the applicant will be covering the expenses on his/her own, the relatives/friend’s name, address and the copy of their passport will suffice. In case that the friend/relative is not a citizen of this Schengen country, the copy of the residency permit will also be required.

Documents Required when Applying for a Tourist Visa

The additional required documents to obtain Schengen visa for tourism purposes are:

  • Bank statement. Preferably for the last 6 months.
  • Affidavit of Support. In case one does not have a bank account or does not own enough funds to be taking care of their expenses during this travel, one must ask the visiting friends or relatives to sign an “official affidavit of support” at the corresponding office in his/her place of residence. Make sure you carry the original document when applying for the visa.
  • Travel Itinerary. The applicant’s description of their trip, the purpose of travelling, the time frame and all the personal date written down in a letter, as well as hotel reservations or a formal invitation letter from a resident of a Schengen country.

Documents Required when Applying for a Business Visa

On the following link you can find the list of required documents to obtain a Business Schengen visa.

Documents Required when Applying for a Training Visa

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Training visa are:

  • Enrollment certificate. At an eligible institution for the courses one will be attending in the Schengen country.
  • No objection letter. NOC from the educational institution where the visa applicant is currently enrolled (if applicable)

Documents Required when Applying for a Medical Visa

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Medical visa are:

  • A letter from a doctor / clinic / hospital in the home country of the visa candidate, that he or she needs medical treatment.
  • Official confirmation of the treatment/appointment by the receiving medical institution (hospital/clinic) in EU.
  • Proof of financial means. Proof that the applicant has sufficient financial means to pay the medical expenses and other related expenses throughout their treatment.

This can be one of the following:

  • Bank statements.
  • Letter of sponsorship + bank statements of the sponsor.
  • Proof of advance payments of the treatment + bank statement for other related expenses.
  • Verbal note from the Ministry of Health of applicant’s home country – which must declare the readiness of the relevant government of the applicant’s home country to cover his medical treatment costs (for covered medical treatment by the Government of the home country of the applicant).

Documents Required when Travelling to Europe for the Purpose of Studying

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Student visa are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • Letter of acceptance at an EU University/College/School.
  • Proof of financial means. Documents that show one is able to reside and financially maintain him / herself during their stay in the Schengen zone.

Documents Required when Travelling to Europe for the Purpose of Employment

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Working visa are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • Employment contract. Contract between the applicant and the future employer residing in the Schengen territory.

Documents Required when Travelling for the Purpose of Joining a Spouse Residing in EU

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen visa to join a Spouse residing in the EU are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • The original certified copy of the marital certificate.
  • A copy of spouse’s passport, if he / she is an EU citizen. If the spouse is not an EU citizen, but only lives in a Schengen country the copy of his/her residency permit is to be submitted as well. (Source : https://www.schengenvisainfo.com)

Please visit https://www.schengenvisainfo.com for most updated information about Schengen Visa

South Korea

LegalGlobe help people who intend to do business, visit, work, study, and join a family member or partner in South Korea, and assist in preparing VISA Application process to South Korea. Besides, We also assist in suing appeal against all types of VISA REFUSALS.

The lifestyle in South Korea is defined by countless possibilities and a can-do attitude. Seoul, South Korea’s capital located along the Hangang (Han River) has grown into a huge metropolis and the center of life in South Korea in recent years. While it is home to many foreigners, there are other regions and districts throughout the country which are worth a visit. Seoul is the capital of South Korea. It has about 9.7 million inhabitants (with 25 million people living in the greater Seoul Capital Area). Strategically located on the River Han, Seoul is the largest trade, finance, and business hub of South Korea. Major IT and electronics companies have their headquarters in Seoul, including LG, Samsung, and the Hyundai Group.

Business in South Korea: South Korea places great importance on education, innovation and investment into research and development. The country has a highly skilled workforce earning a high median household income. Services provide the majority of the country’s GDP (59%), while industry is at 38% and agriculture at 2%. Today, South Korea‘s GDP is about $2 trillion, and it’s one of the most developed and industrialized countries in the world. The country’s leading industries are electronics, vehicle production, telecommunications, shipbuilding, steel, and chemicals. The top agricultural products are rice, vegetables, fruits, cattle, poultry, fish, and root crops. The economy of South Korea is largely export-oriented. Total exports amounted to about $512 billion in 2016. Semiconductors, petrochemicals, auto parts, ships, electronics, steel, and plastic were the most exported goods that year.

Our services :

  • Business setting up in South Korea
  • Assist in business visa application process
  • Arrange business deals, conference, meeting with the South Koran Companies
  • Assist in business visa issuance
  • Provide proper guidelines on how to visit South Korea
  • Help to submit Asylum Application and relevant matters
  • Documents legalization, political case study and to submit reporting for the Asylum Seekers

Japan

LegalGlobe helps people who intend to visit, work, study, and join a family member or partner in Japan, and assist in preparing VISA Application process to Japan.

Our services :

  • Application process to visit Japan
  • Assist in business visa application process
  • Arrange business deals, conference, meeting with the Japanese Companies
  • Assist in business visa issuance
  • Documents legalization and attestation