Global Visa Consultant

Global Visa Consultants was established in 2004 to provide Immigration Consultancy services in Lahore Pakistan. We are one of the pioneers and most prestigious and trustworthy firm in the field of immigration consultancy.

Global Evisa Services

We are playing a distinctive role in the field and practicing high professional code of ethics. Success rate of Global Evisa Services is excellent. We are flourishing the goals of talented professionals and opened new avenues for them.

Our Mission

We are committed to increase the value and added-value of the international education industry and benefits gained by strategic business partners and clients as part of our contribution towards the sustainability and good will of the international education industry as a whole.

Our Vision

We see a future world where countries seamlessly integrate a great influx of immigrants because of a global rising shortage of skills and workforce. Our efforts would be to train the best talent and help people in their great journey of immigration to meet success in their chosen objectives.

Strategic Consultation

We offer more efficient and customized services to help our clients to reduce process complexity, minimize cost, achieve desired output, enhance customer experience and formulate business strategies.

Thursday, October 13, 2022

Egypt Tourist Visa

Visa application requirements & processing time of Egyptian Visa for Pakistani nationals. We provide assistance in preparing Egyptian Visa application and supporting documents like travel itinerary, travel insurance, hotel reservations. 


Egyptian Visa Requirements for Pakistani Nationals

  • Original Passport ( Must be valid for more than 6 months at travelling time )
  • Copy of CNIC / B Form
  • Two recent photographs (white background 2x2 and without border) with semi matt or matt finish
  • Bona-fide certificate /work letter / HR letter (depending upon the profession of the applicant)
  • Valid chamber of commerce or NTN certificate of the employing company (if the applicant is sole proprietor/ partner or employed in corporate sector
  • Last 3 months Bank Statement attested from bank with account maintenance letter
  • Request letter from applicant with clear description of propose of visit on company letter head
  • Confirmed Return Tickets
  • Confirmed Hotel Booking

Financial Documents ( If Employed )

  • Leave sanction letter on employer's letterhead
  • Original Personal Bank Account Statement for last 6 months mentioning the Bank’s name, Bank’s Telephone Number, Applicant’s Name and Account No. clearly on Bank letterhead with seal & sign of Bank officer with a minimum closing balance of around PKR 600,000 (Sudden deposit of money is not appreciated)

Financial Documents ( If Self Employed / Professional / Businessman ) 

  • Original Personal Bank Account Statement for last 6 months mentioning the Bank’s name, Bank’s Telephone Number, Applicant’s Name and Account No. clearly on Bank letterhead with seal & sign of Bank officer with a minimum closing balance of around PKR 600,000 in case of traveling alone. If the family wants to apply, in that case, ensure the funds are above PKR 1,000,000 (Sudden deposit of money is not appreciated)
  • Original Company Current Bank Account Statement for last 6 months mentioning the Bank’s name, Bank’s Telephone Number, Applicant’s Name and Account No. clearly on Bank letterhead with seal & sign of Bank officer, the statement should be updated at least 7 days prior to the submission date. OR If Current A/c statement is very bulky then you can provide an Original Balance confirmation letter on Bank letterhead with seal & sign (If having separate Bank, A/c statement in the name of company)

Documents from company if company sponsored 

  • Bank statement with sufficient balance and bank maintenance letter signed and stamped
  • Group letter from company on letter head signed and stamped
  • Company NTN
  • Company tax returns last 2 years 

Additional Required Documents

  • National ID card scanned colored copy. Both back and front side
  • Family Registration Certificate
  • Marriage Registration Certificate (In case you are traveling with your spouse)
  • Polio IPV certificate issued by the government hospital
  • Polio Vaccination certificate issued by any government hospital (Should not be older than one year)
  • Dengue negative report (IgM) issued by an authorized lab

Processing Time

It takes usually 6 to 8 weeks depending on Embassy's process. Self appearance is mandatory at the time of visa submission. Visa issuance is subject to embassy's decision

Visa Fee + Processing Charges


PKR 55,000

Important Note: Due to time to time travel restrictions and update, please contact Customer Support and confirm latest detail and fees.

Azerbaijan (Baku) Visit Visa

Apply Azerbaijan e-Visa online in Pakistan. Easy requirements, faster processing and get Azerbaijan visa with ease and convenience without leaving your home. If you are planning a tour to Baku, let us know to arrange a discounted air ticket and tour package for you. 

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 Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Pakistani Nationals

  • Color scan of original passport
  • Color scan of NIC
  • Recent colored biometric photograph with white background (5x5CM) 

Processing Time

Standard e-visa is processed within 4 to 5 working days.

Urgent visa is  processed within 4 hours.

Standard11,000 PKR
Urgent18,000 PKR

Important Note: Due to time to time travel restrictions and update, please contact Customer Support and confirm latest detail and fees.

Dubai Visit Visa

Following are requirements and processing time to apply Dubai Visa (UAE Visa) from Pakistan for Pakistani nationals. Please note that most travelers may require to provide a guarantee that they will leave United Arab Emirates within the validity of their visa and will comply to laws and rules of United Arab Emirates. 

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 Required Documents to Apply UAE Visa for Pakistani Nationals

  • Color scan copy of original passport's first page
  • Color scan copy of passport's 2nd page (having passport holder's signatures)
  • Color scan copy of Smart (chip-based) National Identity Card (NIC)
  • 1 Latest photograph, passport sized with white background
  • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of intended travel

 Important Information

  • Traveller must adhere to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

 Processing Time

It may take 3 to 5 working days for the processing of visa. In some cases, the visa may be issued earlier or later than the given processing times. Please note that visa issuance is subject to decision of Government of United Arab Emirates. 

1 Month ValidityPKR 25,000
2 Month ValidityPKR 50,000
2 Years ValidityPKR 95,000

Important Note: Due to time to time travel restrictions and updates, please contact Customer Support and confirm latest detail and fees.

Indonesia Visit Visa

Indonesia visa requirements, processing time, fee and complete detail if you want to apply Indonesian visa in Pakistan. For lowest fares on flights to Indonesia and tour packages, please contact our customer support. 

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Documents Required for Indonesia Visit Visa from Pakistan

  • Original Scanned Passport at least six months valid, along-with all previous passports if available.
  • Return air ticket and hotel booking
  • Last Six Months Bank Statement along with account maintenance letter sign & stamp from bank.
  • 04 Pictures white background passport size 35×45 mm.
  • Clear copy of CNIC both sides.
  • Valid original Police Character Certificate.
  • Last Six-month salary slips (if employed).
  • Job Letter from Company (if employed).
  • Copy of NTN.
  • Valid Chamber Membership Certificate (If applicable).
  • Family Registration Certificate "FRC" or Marriage Registration Certificate "MRC" (If all family travel).
  • Bona fide & leave letter from school, college or University (If student individual travel).
  • Business documents (If self-employed).
  • 03 company letterheads for supporting documents.

Processing Time 

Indonesian visa from Pakistan is usually processed from in 10 to 15 working days. The time may vary depending on case to case. Visa approvals are subject to embassy's decision.

Visa Fee + Processing Charges: 95,000 PKR

Malaysia Visit Visa

There are two methods of applying Malaysia visa from Pakistan. First method is to apply for sticker visa (visa stamped on your passport), or apply for e-Visa. The requirements for both Malaysia visa are listed below. 

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 Malaysia Visa Requirements

  • Last Six Months Bank Statement along with account maintenance letter sign & stamp from bank.
  • Company letterhead for visa request (If self-employed).
  • Copy of NTN certificate.
  • Original Passport at least six months valid, along-with all previous passports if available.
  • 4 Picture in white background 35×45 mm.
  • Clear copy of CNIC
  • Job letter from company (If employed).
  • Last six-month salary slips from company (If employed).
  • Family Registration Certificate "FRC" or Marriage Registration Certificate "MRC" (If all family travel).

Processing Time

Processing time varies depending upon the type of visa you are applying. Usually e-visa is processed quicker than the sticker visa. Contact customer support for more detail.

Sticker Visa: 25,000

Evisa: 25,000 

Singapore Visit Visa

Singapore visas are usually applied through a travel company drop-box. We assist for issuance of Singapore visit visa in Pakistan. Also contact us to book your flights to Singapore in lowest fares. 

Singapore flag website bannerRequirements to Apply Singapore Visa in Pakistan

  • Passport Valid for at least 6 – Months.
  • Invitation letter from Singapore.
  • 2 Photographs with white background.
  • Visa application Forms.
  • Purpose of Visit.
  • Employment Letter
  • Copy of CNIC
  • Hotel Booking & Confirm Ticket
  • FRC in case of family traveling together. 

Processing Time

Singapore visa processing takes around 15 to 20 working days. The visa issuance is subject to Singapore embassy's decision.

Visa Fee + Processing Charges: 30,000 PKR 

Thailand Visit Visa

 Required documents, processing time and fees for Thailand Visa application from Pakistan. If you are planning a tour to Thailand, we can also help you book Flights and hotels with best possible discount. 

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 Required Documents for Thai Visa for Pakistani Nationals

  • Last 6 Months Bank Statement along with account maintenance letter sign & stamp from bank.
  • Minimum Balance 300,000 PKR Per Person (Fresh bank Statement Required)
  • Company Letter Head for visa request (If Self Employed)
  • Copy of NTN certificate Compulsory
  • Original Passport at least six months valid. Along with all previous passport if available.
  • 4 Picture in White Background 35x45 mm.
  • Copy of CNIC both side cleared.
  • Job Letter from company (If Employed).
  • Last six-month salary slips from company (If Employed).
  • Family Registration Certificate "FRC" or Marriage Registration Certificate "MRC" (If Family Travel).
  • Bona fide & leave letter from school, college or University (If Student Individual Travel).

 Processing Time

Thailand visa processing from Pakistan usually takes 2 to 3 weeks. The processing time however depends on embassy's discretion. Visa approval is subject to embassy's decision.

Visa Fee + Processing Charges: 25,000 PKR With documents

Visa Fee + Processing Charges: 50,000 PKR Without documents

Visit Visa

 What Is a Visa?

A visa is a travel document that allows you to enter a foreign country for a specific period of time. In most cases, you have to apply for a visa before travelling, either at an embassy, consulate, or online. Sometimes you can also obtain a visa on arrival. Visas are usually affixed onto your passport and state how long you can stay.

Most countries impose visa requirements for foreign nationals as a security measure: to keep track of who enters and to stop illegal immigration. Visas are also used as a defensive effort, stopping security risks from entering a country.

Visa Types by Purpose

Some of the common visa types by purpose of travel include:

Tourist visas. Tourist visas are entry permits issued for recreational purposes. Tourist types of visas are short-term, usually valid for three months, and you cannot work while on a tourist visa. There is usually no limit to how many times you can apply for a tourist visa for the same country— as long as the embassy/consulate grants the visa; you can freely travel.

Transit visas. A transit visa allows you to pass through a specific country while traveling to a third destination country. For example, if you have an Indian passport and you are travelling to Canada, but during your trip you have a layover in a Schengen country, you will need a Schengen transit visa. Usually, this type of visa is issued for 24 up to 96 hours, but it can also be issued for ten days up to two weeks—depending on which country you transit through. You have to apply for a transit visa before traveling; transit visas are not issued at the airport.

Medical visa. You can apply for a medical visa to seek medical treatment in a foreign country. Medical visas are short-term issued for the duration of the medical procedure and the patient’s recovery time. To qualify for this type of visa, you need to provide evidence from your doctor regarding your condition and proof that you have found a hospital and a doctor in your destination country who will perform the required procedure.

Working holiday visas. Working holiday visas are short-term permits that can be considered a mix of the tourist and work visas. The purpose of this visa is to allow you to explore a foreign country like on a holiday while working to support your trip financially. Most countries have restrictions on what type of work you can do and how many hours you can work. Generally speaking, working holiday visas are issued for a year or two, and you can only apply for the visa once (except Australia’s working holiday visa). To be eligible for a work and holiday visa, in most cases, you must be between the ages of 18-30.

Student visas. Student visas are issued for educational purposes and are usually valid for the duration of your study program. As a result, your study visa can last between one to four years, or even more, depending on your course. You cannot work in another country with a student visa unless your host country permits you.

Work visas. If you find work in a foreign country, you must apply for a work visa. Work visas are usually issued for long-term purposes from one up to four years, but this changes depending on your work contract. Your working visa serves as a route to a permanent residence permit in most cases.

Family reunification visas. A visa for family reunification is issued when your spouse lives and works in another country. This visa allows you to become a temporary (or permanent) resident in the country where your partner is working. Usually, a family visa is also issued to any minor children you or your spouse have.

Investment visas. An investment visa allows you to become resident in another country if you make a significant financial investment. The required investment varies (in a startup, bonds, a government fund, etc.) but the result must be the same: a positive financial impact and/or employment opportunities. In some countries, you may also acquire a visa if you purchase real estate property.

Official visas. Official visas allow you to do diplomatic work as a representative of your country abroad. Some of the most commonly issued official permits are diplomatic visas, but some countries also provide service and courtesy visas.

Refuge or asylum visas. You can apply for a refugee or an asylum seeker visa if you are being persecuted in your home country due to religious, racial, or political reasons. Every country issues their own visa to accommodate persons who have refugee status.

Digital nomad visas. To qualify for a digital nomad visa, you must meet the definition of a digital nomad. This definition varies depending on the country, but it’s usually someone who can work remotely either for a company or individual clients. To apply for this type of visa, you must find a country with a digital nomad immigration program.

Retirement visas. A retirement visa is issued to foreigners who want to retire outside of their home country. It is issued only to those that have reached their retirement age and is given in form of a residence permit. Usually, authorities require proof of sufficient funds to support yourself.

Pilgrimage visas. Pilgrimage visas are issued to people who want to complete a religious journey in another country. An example of a pilgrimage visa is the Hajj visa issued by Saudi Arabia to Muslims who want to complete the sacred journey of Hajj in Mecca. These types of visas are usually issued for a group of people rather than an individual and are valid only for the time it takes to complete the pilgrimage.

Not everyone requires a visa to travel. Many countries have visa waiver agreements, which means they allow citizens of a select few countries to enter visa-free for short trips. Passport holders of Western countries (such as the U.S., Australia, Canada, and the EU States) can travel to most places without a visa.

The allowed time for visa-free stays is short; it ranges from a few days to a few months. Regardless of your nationality, you should check your visa requirements before traveling.

When you are visiting a country without a visa, you cannot work or sell any goods or services.

Ways to Get a Travel Visa

Most commonly, you apply for a visa through one of the following ways:

At an embassy or consulate of the country that you will visit.

Online (electronic visa).

At the point of entry (visa on arrival).

The method of application depends on the specific country and your nationality. You should never travel without checking your visa requirements.

Visa Application at an Embassy

In most cases, you can apply for a visa at the embassy or consulate of the country you want to visit. You will have to:

Make an appointment.

Collect a set of documents.

Pay a visa processing fee.

Enter a visa interview (sometimes).

The consular officers will review your application and decide whether to grant you a visa or not. Depending on the visa type, it could take several days to several months to process your application.

Sometimes, embassies or consulates will outsource visa submissions to private travel agencies. This means the agency collects your documents and sends them to the embassy/consulate, which then makes the decision.

Online Visa Application

You can also apply for a visa online. Electronic (online) visas are usually issued as printable documents and are not pasted onto your passport. If a country issues electronic visas, then there will be an official application website, where you can:

Complete an online visa application form.

Attach electronic copies of your documents.

Pay a visa fee.

Make sure that the website you are applying through is the official website, as you may have to provide personal information during the application and even pay a fee.

It can take a few minutes to several days to hear a decision on your visa application.

Visa on Arrival

You can apply for a visa at the airport or other point of entry of the country you are traveling to. This is known as a visa on arrival (VOA). In these cases, there will be visa counters at the point of entry, where you have to apply, pay a fee, and then wait for the decision to be made before you can pass through. Depending on the country, it could take from a few minutes to a few hours.

Not all countries issue visas on arrival.

Even countries that issue VOAs usually limit them only to certain nationalities.

Visas on arrival are usually only available at certain airports or entry points.

Common Reasons for Visa Denial

These are some of the most common reasons why your visa application may be denied:

Passport validity. Most countries will require you to have a valid passport with at least a three or six months validity period. However, whether this period begins when you enter or depart the country depends on your travel destination.

Passport blank pages. The number of required blank pages on your passport differs from country to country, but it is usually two to four pages. Blank pages are required so there is enough space to stamp your passport and visa.

Vaccination requirements. Several countries in Africa ask you to have an international vaccination certificate; otherwise, you won’t be granted a visa.

Criminal record. It’s almost impossible to obtain a visa with a criminal record; only a few select countries, i.e., the US, and Canada, will grant a waiver for your criminal record when you need a visa.

Travel ban. All governments have the power to declare a person “persona non grata.” As a result, diplomats and non-diplomats will not be allowed to enter a specific country.

What is the Difference Between a Passport and a Visa?

While they are both travel documents, the main difference between a passport and a visa is that a passport is issued from your home country, whereas a visa is issued by the country you want to visit. Other differences include:

The passport is an identification travel document, whereas a visa is attached to your passport, showing you have permission to enter a specific country.

A passport is issued for about ten years, whereas a visa’s duration is shorter, usually a few months.

What Is the Difference Between a Visa and a Residence Permit?

You need a visa to travel to and enter a foreign country, either for tourism, business, work, studies, etc., usually for a short period.

You need a residence permit to settle in a foreign country for an extended period.

Sometimes, you receive a visa first and then convert it into a residence permit once you enter your destination country. Other times, you automatically get a residence permit as soon as you apply for a long-stay visa (work, study, family reunion, etc.)

What Are Electronic Travel Authorizations?

Electronic travel authorizations are entry requirements for nationals who do not need a visa for a specific country. They can be easily obtained online for a small fee, and are valid for long periods of time. The following are examples of electronic travel authorizations:

eTA (Canada). The Canadian eTA costs CAD 7 and is approved within just a few minutes. It is valid for up to five years, and allows you to stay six months per trip.

ETA (Australia). The Australian ETA costs AUC 20 and is approved within a few minutes. It is issued for one year, and allows you to visit Australia multiple times during its validity.

ESTA (United States). The American ESTA costs USD 14 and is approved within a few minutes. It is issued for up to two years, and allows you multiple entries to the US, with a maximum three months per trip.

ETIAS (European Union). The European Union’s ETIAS will become mandatory starting from November 2023. It will cost €7 and will be valid for three years. It will allow multiple trips of up to three months during its validity period.

Electronic travel authorizations are not actual visas and their purpose is to simply keep track of who enters and leaves a country. Because of this, it is unlikely that an application will be rejected.

Joint Visa Schemes

Some countries that are a part of a regional organization issue a common visa for all organization member states. Some of the most well known common visas include:

The Schengen Visa. The Schengen visa is a shared entry permit that will allow you to enter any of the countries in the Schengen Area— there are currently 26 European member countries in this agreement.

The Central American Single Visa. This is a joint visa agreement between Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Citizens of these countries can travel visa-free between member states. Tourists can also visit all member countries with one visa.

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). This is an agreement between several Middle Eastern countries that include the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Citizens of these countries can travel visa-free within their borders, but due to political strain, visa-free travel is not always permissible.

The Pacific Alliance. The Pacific Alliance includes Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, allowing its citizens to travel visa-free. Tourists can also travel in each member state with one visa.

The KAZA Univisa. The KAZA Univisa agreement allows you to travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe for 30 days.

The CARICOM Visa. The CARICOM Agreement comprises 15 Caribbean countries which allow visa-free travel among their citizens. Furthermore, the agreement issues a joint CARICOM passport for their nationals which can be used for domestic and international travel.

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). This agreement includes 15 member states in West Africa whose citizens enjoy the freedom of movement between the countries.

Mercosur Agreement. Composed of four entire member states, (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay), along with several other associate countries, the Mercosur Agreement allows visa-free travel for its citizens. However, each country regulates its visa policy for international visitors.

The British-Irish Visa Scheme (BIVS Visa). The BIVS is a visa scheme between the United Kingdom and Ireland allowing foreing nationals to travel with one visa between these two countries. For example, if you have a valid visa for Britain you can enter Ireland with the same permit.

In addition to joint visa schemes, one visa issued by another country will allow you to travel visa-free to multiple countries. For example, if you have a valid US visa, you can also visit Costa Rica, Mexico, the British Virgin Islands, and several other countries as well.

What Is an Exit Visa?

An exit visa is a traveling permit that grants you permission to leave a specific country. Nowadays, exit visas are considered an outdated practice borderline a violation of human rights, so most countries do not enforce an exit visa. Here is a list of the countries which require some form of an exit visa:





North Korea



Saudi Arabia


The People’s Republic of China

United Arab Emirates

Exit visas can sometimes be imposed on you because of your nationality, so check the traveling requirements with an embassy or consulate before you depart.

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Tuesday, October 11, 2022


 Study In Canada

Application Process , College , Course and University:

Home of some of the most respectable universities and colleges, Canada is the top study destination for Indian students. Canada’s study, work, and immigrant advantages attract tens of thousands of international students not only from India but around the world every year. More than 642,480 students choose Canada for higher studies in 2019. The country is also known for its diverse culture and majestic sceneries and has been ranked number one for Quality of Life by USNEWS. Also, it holds the 2nd position in overall rankings that includes factors like Adventure, Citizenship, Cultural Influence, Business, etc.

According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Canada spends more per capita on its Education System than any other country. Canadian Institutes with the first-class infrastructure offer easy access to a wide variety of technology as Canada is a safe country for pursuing education. Canada is famous for its education system. Canadian degrees are considered equivalent to the degrees from the US, Australia, and other Europe countries.

Study Direct Stream (SDS):

The Student Direct Stream (SDS) is a fast track student visa process that allows students of some countries, including India, to apply in a simplified manner at Canadian post-secondary designated learning institutes. If the student meets all the requirements, then he may get his or her visa within 20 days.

Benefits of SDS program:

SDS is a fast track system.

SDS program has reduced the document requirements.

Many options are available to choose the desired College.

Why Study in Canada ?

A vast number of courses with a practical approach makes Canada an excellent destination to study abroad. The foremost goal of the Canadian Education System is to make students successful in every aspect of life.

International Students holding a Canadian degree can work across the globe in highly reputed organizations. Many degrees and diploma programs are available for students from different countries in Canadian academic institutes.

International students can continue Education in Canada’s top Universities because of the reasonable fee structure as compared to other nations. Canadian degrees are well-reputed. Students can also work while studying to benefit from internship opportunities. Moreover, there are a considerable number of benefits of studying in Canada.

Multicultural Society: Students from different parts of the world are studying in Canadian Institutes, which is one of the main attractions of Canadian Institutes. Toronto and Ontario are declared as the best International cities by Fortune Magazine.

Canadian Lifestyle: Canada is the best place to live in the world, according to the UN survey. Canada is ranked number one for the past 9 consecutive years. Canada gets a high score because of its high-quality Education System, less crime rate, less violence, reasonable living costs, etc.

Work Opportunities: Students can work part-time in Canada during their academic course by which they can be able to pay their daily expenses. The maximum duration of part-time work is 20 hours/week. Where students who have opted co-op program can work full time.

Living standard: International students usually get fascinated by the living style of Canadians because they have one of the highest living standards. Major cities in Canada have a variety of shopping centers, art centers, restaurants, Colleges, Universities, etc. Moreover, post-secondary campuses of Canada are equipped with the latest technology.

Reasonable expenses: The inflation rate of Canada is very low as compared to industrial countries in the past three years. Tuition fees for international students in Canada is much lower than their counterparts in competing countries. Moreover, the educational quality of Canadian Institutes is excellent and affordable. So, admissions in Canadian institutes are more competitive for Students from different nations.

Research Value Research plays a vital role in acquiring advanced knowledge. Canadian universities run many scholarship programs to encourage talented students. Moreover, depending upon the research topic, The Canadian Government and private business entities may offer to cover the entire cost of the research, which makes it more appealing to study in Canada.

Eligibility and Requirements :

Depending on your citizenship or where you live, you may need a temporary resident visa as well as a study permit. You must submit your application to the visa office that is responsible for the country or region where you live. A Canada study permit is a document that is issue by Canadian Govt. which allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) in Canada. Students have to meet several requirements for getting admission in Canadian Colleges or Universities. Students must have an offer letter of the College/University before applying for a study permit. Moreover, students must have an IELTS scorecard with a minimum of 6 bands overall. Some documents are also required for the Canadian Visa process.


You must have been accepted by a school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada.

You have a valid passport or travel document.

You must prove that you have enough money to pay for your:

(a)Tuition Fees;

(b)Living Expenses for yourself and any family members who will accompany you to Canada;

(c)Return Transportation for yourself and any family members who accompany you to Canada.

You must be a law-abiding citizen with no criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada. You may have to provide a police certificate.

You must be in good health and willing to complete a medical examination, if necessary.

You must satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada when you have completed your studies.

You have to furnish certain documents that you will need to apply for a study permit. Like, your credentials, your IELTS result and your course selection etc

How to Apply ?

Students must have a Canadian Study Permit in order to study in Canada. the application can be applied online or through a paper application. The paper application can be obtained from the citizenship and immigration Canada (CIC) website. But it is recommendable to check the processing time in advance as paper applications typically take about twice as long.

Here is the process for obtaining a Canadian Student Visa:

Check the processing time: The procedure of visa application usually takes 3-4 weeks. So, students must go through the Canadian consulate website to know the approximate time required for the process of student visa. Always remember, the time shown on the website is just an estimate, not a guarantee.

Determine your way to apply: There are two ways to apply for Student Visa.

Online: Students must have access to a scanner or camera to generate a copy of your documents for uploading and a valid credit card for fee payment for applying for a visa online.

In person: Download the application form after reading the instructions carefully. Complete your application form with the help of these instructions.

Fill a consent form to get the full assistance Visa Filing Process. You can get the help of consultants for this process.

Pay Processing Fee: Visa fees, in addition to embassy charges, must be paid to complete the application process. This processing fee is non-refundable. Moreover, if your spouse/common-law partner/children are accompanying you on your temporary visa, then appropriate processing fees must be paid for them.

Submit your application: After processing fee, submission of application form is a must. The student will receive a receipt containing a unique tracking number.

After successful approval of your visa application, candidates will receive a notification requesting a passport by the Canadian Government. Students should not worry about their visa process. Pyramid provides proper guidance about the application process.

Work While Study in Canada:

International Students can work in Canada during their studies and earn enough to pay their daily expenses. Permission of working hours is different according to the type of course. Usually, students can work up to 20 hours per week during the course and can work full time during the vacations. There are an ample number of Colleges and Universities which offer Co-op/internship programs to the students.

Working off-campus: Students have permission to work while studying for 20 hours a week during academic sessions. They are allowed to work full time in their scheduled breaks.

Working On-campus: Students having valid study permits are eligible to work on-campus at the Canadian institutions.

Co-op/ internships: These programs are available for such International students, for whom practical work experience is an essential part of their study program.

There are other visa options available for applicants. contact us  , Book an Appointment or enquire with the form below , to check are you eligible for Canada Student visa or any other Visa.

Why Study in New Zealand ?

New Zealand’s educational institutions are well regarded throughout the world, a safe and friendly learning environment, a wealth of cultural heritage and tradition, a sub tropical climate, and stunning landscape. There is a great range of opportunities available to international students. New Zealand offers quality higher education, technical education, a well established network of internationally respected and recognized tertiary education providers. All provinces and capital cities of different states of New Zealand have established institutes like – Dunedin, the capital of the Otago region has the deserved reputation as the country’s ‘Student City’ and is home to 25,000 students, giving the City a special character and a dynamic, vibrant atmosphere. 2250 international students from more than 75 countries worldwide choose to study in Dunedin each year.


Combining the benefits of a developed country with the charm of a quiet and peaceful countryside, New Zealand offers some distinct advantages over other countries as a destination for education.

Get an international standard education and have the best period of your life.

An important one of which is the affordability – getting a degree in NZ actually works out to be cheaper than many courses in India.

Another significant advantage is the welcoming nature of the New Zealanders and the relative ease in getting there. NZ has recently opened its doors to students from South East Asia.

The Immigration opportunities in New Zealand after completion of the study program is one of the many advantages that a prospective student can expect.

The student can take his/her spouse and the the spouse can work in New Zealand for the duration of the student visa while the student can can work for 20 hours during the term and for full time during the scheduled breaks.

The choice of courses in New Zealand is vast and settlement opportunities for courses like trade diplomas in electrical, Plumbing, Refrigeration and air-conditioning, welding, machinist and tool and die makers is excellent.

The teachers categories and food production professionals are also one of the most sought after courses in New Zealand. The student gets points for immigration purpose and the settlement rules and regulations are also very easy.


Planning to study in New Zealand requires meeting certain requirements. If you are planning to study in New Zealand for more than three months you are supposed to have study visa for that purpose. Student visa requirement includes:

An offer from the university or college you are planning to pursue your course.

A written guarantee of the accommodation which would be available to you for your entire stay in New Zealand.

The evidence of funds which you would be using to support your stay in New Zealand.

A return air ticket to your country, or evidence of the funds to buy one.

You are liable to get the test of tuberculosis done if your stay there is beyond six months.

The verification by the police of good character is mandatory when your age is more than 17. You will be issued a police certificate of a good character.

If your plans are long term that is you would like to work here too then you need to know the requirements of work here and after study, you could pursue what you are looking forward to providing your visa tenure permits you to do the same. Dependent work children also need a student visa. To avoid any delay students are advised to apply for the visa from their home country.

UK Student Visa

Comprising four countries, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, The United Kingdom is one of the best study destinations in the world with around 5,00,000 international students enrolling each year. UK’s educational institutions consistently do well in world rankings. For an instant, the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, UCL, Imperial College London, and 80 more UK universities have been ranked among the best by QS ranking agency this year. With the new immigration policy and introduction of 2-year post-study work rights, the UK is again becoming popular among Indian students. According to the UK government, last year saw a 63% increase in Indian students who chose to study in the UK!

Why Study in UK?

Reasons to Join Institutes of UK

World-Class universities and colleges, internationally recognized degrees and diplomas, and 2-year post-study work rights make the UK ideal for students who want to take their careers to new heights. British institutions not only emphasize skill development, knowledge, and critical thinking but also encourage learners to be creative and independent in their lives. While studying in the UK, on the one hand, students can experience the richness of its culture and diversity, and on the other, they can improve their English language skills to the finest.

UK educational institutions are known for maintaining the highest quality of education and have given over 130 Nobel Laureates to the world. The UK has achieved the first spot in “Best Countries for Education 2019” rankings by US News & World Report.

UK universities are among the best in the world. 84 and 100 of them have been chosen by QS World University Rankings and THE World University Rankings respectively for the year 2020.

UK universities and colleges offer a plethora of study programs in over 25 subject areas. You can choose your blend in several academic and vocational programs.

Study Programs in the UK are generally shorter than courses of other top study destinations which helps in reducing overall tuition fees and accommodation costs.

UK degrees and diplomas hold great value and are recognized by many reputed employers around the world.

The new 2-year post-study work rights enable you to work in the UK after completing your study program. It is a great way to work and settle in the region.

The UK is a cultural heritage. Studying in the UK gives you an opportunity to visit centuries-old castles and historical places and improve your English.

Requirements to UK student visa

Eligibility Criteria

The UK offers an excellent opportunity to nearly half-a-million international students who come from around the world. Depending on the type of course you choose and age, you may have to apply for a Short-term study visa, Child student visa (Tier 4) or General student visa (Tier 4). Most likely, for an academic program, you will need to apply for a Tier for General student visa, for which the essential documents that you will need are

an unconditional offer letter from a licensed Tier 4 sponsor

evidence of funds to support yourself and pay for your course

a valid passport

confirmation of visa fees payment

payment slips

certificate of English proficiency (IELTS) (if applicable case by case)

Health Report

Passport-size photographs

result of tuberculosis test (if required)

proof of age

In addition to these, depending on your case, you may need to demonstrate other documents.

USA Student Visa

July 15, 2021

An international education is an experience that may be enriching and rewarding for your future. A study program in the USA may help you experience new cultures, learn new ideas, and free your mind to discover the global society in which we live. The United States, a vast country traversing six time zones, is considered the land of opportunity and an exceptional education provider. It’s also a popular destination for international students seeking to study abroad in USA for undergraduate and graduate programs.

Students who study in the States may spend time in diverse regions of America while earning credit towards a degree through volunteering, taking classes, interning, and much more. Studying abroad in America might be a highlight of your university career, and may equip you with amazing and challenging experiences that allow you to develop both professionally and academically.

Looking to earn your full degree in the US? Check out our directory of undergraduate and graduate programs here.

Reasons To Study In USA Universities

Depending on your current education plan, you may also want to consider the various alternatives to study abroad in USA universities. For instance, you could finish your current program and pursue a graduate degree in the United States. A variety of diverse graduate programs may offer varying completion schedules or costs compared to a domestic program while giving you the experience of studying abroad in America that you desire. If you are considering pursuing your degree studies in the USA, studying abroad makes complete sense. It may present you with the contacts and network to accomplish your goals.

Benefits of Studying In USA.

Earning a degree from an American university may boost your professional opportunities. America hosts the most international study abroad students for many reasons: the desire to immerse yourself in American culture, use of the latest innovative technology, myriad research opportunities, academic excellence, extensive variety of study programs, and gaining unparalleled work experience in your field of study.

A principal advantage of studying abroad in America is the potential for learning the nuances of the English language. You may find that you want to enroll in an intensive language program in conjunction with your study program in the USA if you are not fluent in English. Even if you don’t have immediate plans to utilize the English language after you graduate, the skill may prove beneficial in the future.

Student Visa Requirements for USA

The US Government provides an opportunity to all Indian students to study in the country but as a prerequisite, you’ll have to obtain a student visa first. The visa you need will depend on your age and the type of study you wish to pursue in the US. Here’s an overview of the types of study visas and their application requirements:

The US Government offers three different student visa types:

S.No. Types of student visa Description

1 F-1 Student Visa to study at an accredited US college or university or to study English at an English language institute

2 J Exchange Visa for participation in an exchange program, including high school and university study

3 M Student Visa for non-academic or vocational study or training in the US

*For detailed information, please visit the US Government’s Department of State website.

As a primary step, you must first apply and be accepted by a US school or university that is certified by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). Once accepted, you will receive a Form I-20 from the institution’s international student office, which is a paper record of your information in the database called the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS).

Documents Required For USA Student Visa

When applying for your student visa for the US, you will generally need:

A valid passport that is valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the US (unless exempt by country specific agreements)

Acceptance at a SEVP approved school and your Form I-20

Application fee payment for the SEVIS

Non-immigrant visa application and the Form DS-160 confirmation page

Your photograph in the requested format, and number

Some additional documents that might be required include:

Academic preparation documents such as transcripts, diplomas, degrees or certificates

Evidence that you have sufficient funds to maintain your living expenses throughout the period of your stay in the US. This may include:

Bank statements

Financial undertaking by a sponsor to cover your accommodation and living costs

A scholarship program

Evidence that you will leave the US once you have completed your course of study. This can be in the form of an air ticket out of the US to your home country

You may also have to appear for a personal interview at the US embassy or consulate.

Applying Online For USA Student Visa

You’ll have to apply for your student visa application online using the US Embassy and Consulates India website. You can apply up to 120 days before your intended date of program’s start date. Remember, your application date is the date when your application fee is paid.

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