What is the difference between a tourist visa and a business visa?
Expalin the difference between a tourist visa and a business visa?
How many difference between a tourist visa and a business visa?
Jan 8th, 2008 01:47
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Visas are issued to permit entry into a country for a specific purpose
The visa requirements for , tourist and/or business visas may vary. In
general, "tourist" visas are issued specifically for the purpose of
travel for pleasure, while a "business" visa permits a traveler to
engage in normal business-related activities.
Some countries do not require a visa for US citizens traveling as a
tourist for short periods of stay (typically 60 to 90 days). In these
instances it may be sufficient for the traveler to present an adequately
valid US passport as well as a ticket showing a scheduled date of
departure from the country being visited.
Many countries that do not require tourist visas for US passport holders
do, however, require them to have business visas Depending upon the
country, business visas are most often required for a traveler who has a
commercial agenda in the destination country. Each country defines what
activities are allowed under their "business visa" category. Contact TDS
regarding specifics for the country you intend to visit. ”Business
activities” generally include the following: attending meetings and
discussions, visiting customers, providing non-technical sales support,
gathering market information, conducting short-term research, attending
a business seminar, making a presentation, discussing regulatory
changes, negotiating and signing contracts, participating in a
conference or symposium, or meeting with government officials.
Sources : traveldocs.com