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Visa Agreements Between Countries

Fingerprint countries include Afghanistan[150][151] Argentina,[152] Brunei, Cambodia,[153] China,[154] Ethiopia,[155] Ghana, Guinea[156] India, Japan,[157][158] Kenya (fingerprints and a photo are taken),[159] Malaysia at the entrance and end,[160] Paraguay, Saudi Arabia,[161] Singapore, South Korea,[162] Taiwan, Thailand,[163] Uganda[164] and the United States. A visa (from the Latin charter of the visa mark, what “paper that has been seen”)[1] is a conditional authorization that grants territory to a foreigner that allows him to enter, stay or leave that area. Visas may, as a general rule, include restrictions on the length of stay of a foreigner, the territories within the country in which they can enter, the data they can enter, the number of visits allowed or the right of a person to work in the country concerned. Visas are linked to the application for entry permits and are therefore different, in most countries, from the effective formal authorization for a foreigner to enter and remain in the country. In any event, a visa is subject to the entry authorization of an immigration officer at the time of effective entry and may be revoked at any time. A visa is most often displayed in the form of a sticker on the applicant`s passport or other travel document. Here are some of the reciprocal agreements currently in force between EU and non-European countries, as follows. Authorities of Belarus,[72] Chad,[73] Republic of Congo,[74] Democratic Republic of Congo,[75] Equatorial Guinea,[76] Ghana,[77] Japan,[78] Kazakhstan,[79] Liberia,[80] South Africa[82] have announced plans for the introduction of electronic visas for the future. In our Passport index, you will find out where to travel without a visa with your passport.

Starting in 2019, the Henley-Partners Passport Index ranks Japanese, Singaporean and South Korean passports as those with the most visa exemptions from other countries, so that passport holders can visit 189 countries without obtaining a visa before their arrival. [97] However, from 6 June 2019, the passport index is considered to be the UAE passport with the most visa exemptions from other countries, so that passport holders will be able to visit 173 countries[98] without obtaining a visa prior to their arrival.