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Visa Processing times for UK Visas from Hyderabad. India – May 2017

Category : UK

Visits Visas

Long Term Visit (more than 6 months)

Most applications are processed within 10 days.

Number of days to process application 2 days 3 days 5 days 110 days 15 days
% of applications decided 1% 21% 36% 97% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

General Visit (6 months or less)

Most applications are processed within 10 days.

Number of days to process application 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days 30 days
% of applications decided 9% 16% 95% 99% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Business Visit (6 months or less)

Most applications are processed within 10 days.

Number of days to process application 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days
% of applications decided 24% 44% 96% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Family Visit (6 months or less)

Most applications are processed within 10 days.

Number of days to process application 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days 30 days
% of applications decided 3% 6% 95% 98% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Transit (6 months or less)

Most applications are processed within 30 days.

Number of days to process application 10 days 15 days 30 days
% of applications decided 16% 50% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Other Visit (6 months or less)

Most applications are processed within 15 days.

Number of days to process application 2 days 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days
% of applications decided 2% 12% 22% 89% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Points Based System Visas

PBS Tier 1

Most applications are processed within 15 days.

Number of days to process application 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days
% of applications decided 10% 30% 40% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

PBS Tier 2

Most applications are processed within 15 days.

Number of days to process application 2 days 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days 30 days 60 days
% of applications decided 20% 35% 39% 47% 97% 99% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

PBS Tier 4

Most applications are processed within 30 days.

Number of days to process application 5 days 10 days 15 days 30 days
% of applications decided 22% 22% 88% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

PBS Tier 5

Most applications are processed within 15 days.

Number of days to process application 3 days 5 days 10 days 15 days
% of applications decided 25% 25% 50% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Other Non Settlement Visas

EEA Family Permits

Most applications are processed within 60 days.

Number of days to process application 60 days
% of applications decided 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Other Non-Settlement

Most applications are processed within 15 days.

Number of days to process application 5 days 10 days 15 days
% of applications decided 50% 50% 100%

Note: actual processing times may vary depending on a range of factors.

Settlement Visas

Settlement

Most applications are processed within 60 days.

Number of days to process application 15 days 30 days 60 days
% of applications decided 16% 33% 100%

Source : Home Office.gov.uk


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About Schengen Visa.

Category : Schengen

What is Schengen Visa ?

A Schengen Visa is the document issued by the appropriate authorities to the interested party for visiting/travelling to and within the Schengen Area.

Schengen Area:

The Schengen area is comprised of 26 countries that have agreed to allow free movement of their citizens within this area as a single country. Of the 26 countries bound by the Schengen agreement , 22 are part of the EU and the other 4 are part of the EFTA.

The Schengen Visa was introduced to make travelling faster and easier between all the EU countries that signed up for the agreement. The benefits of pre-applying for a Schengen Visa mean that once any Schengen member country has issued a visa, the holder of that visa can move freely between member countries. This avoids the need to apply for multiple visas for the EU countries they intend to visit, reducing cost and paperwork. Those wishing to tour several European countries, either for business or pleasure, can benefit from the freedom of movement provided by the Schengen Treaty and Visa.

Passport holders from countries that need a visa to enter Europe need to make their visa application before arriving in Europe. Once a visa is granted, the visa holder can enter and travel through all the countries within the Schengen area. As visa extensions can be complicated to obtain, we strongly advise travellers to plan their trip to stay within the original Schengen Visa timescale to remain compliant with all Schengen rules. Currently, a Schengen Visa permits the holder to stay within the Schengen countries for up to 90 days in any period of 180 days. To learn more about whether you need a Schengen visa and how to apply for one, you should first Apply for the Schengen Application Guide.

Schengen Countries / Schengen Area

Currently the Schengen agreement applies to 26 member countries*, including four which are not members of the European Union (EU). The UK and Ireland are members of the European Union (EU) but have opted out of Schengen, preferring to operate a system of Common Travel Area border controls with the EU. Iceland and Norway are part of the Nordic Passport Union and are therefore classified as “states associated with the Schengen activities of the EU”, although they are not actually EU members. Switzerland has similarly participated in Schengen since 2008, and on 19 December, 2011, Liechtenstein joined the Schengen Area. Other de facto members of the Schengen Area include three European microstates — Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican City. They have semi-open or open borders with neighbouring countries which are Schengen members.

Bulgaria*, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania* are the remaining EU members and once compliance is met, they will also join the Schengen Area. They need to meet the Schengen standards of preparedness in the areas of personal data protection, visas, air borders and police cooperation and this requires EU experts visiting and assessing various workplaces and institutions in each country to assess their standards of compliance.

*As of April 2016, the European Commission believes that both Romania and Bulgaria have met all the requirements necessary and all that stands in the way of them joining the Schengen Area is a unanimous vote by the other EU Member States.

Schengen Visa History :

The original Schengen Agreement was agreed and signed by half of the 10 EU member states at that time. Schengen came into being on 14 June 1985 and took its name from the nearby town of Schengen in Luxembourg as it was signed in neutral territory nearby. As all the EU member countries could not agree on the elimination of border controls, the Schengen Area had to be separately negotiated country by country for those within the European Community which existed at that time.

A later agreement proposed the abolishing of internal border controls and a Schengen visa policy was adopted in 1990. It was known as the Schengen Convention. It led to the adoption of the agreement and rules which remained entirely separate from the EU structure, with the resulting Schengen Area being established on 26 March 1995.

With the agreement of additional EU member states signing the Schengen Agreement, eventually it became part of EU procedures and was incorporated into EU law with the Amsterdam Treaty in 1997, effective from 1999. As it is now part of European law, non-EU members are not allowed to participate in any changes of regulation or amendments to Schengen.

In the case of the UK and Ireland, the two countries have enjoyed an agreed Common Travel Area (CTA) since 1923. However, the UK was given a full opt-out from the Schengen Area as it was unwilling to abolish border controls with the remaining Schengen countries. Ireland has always appeared to favour being part of Schengen, but in order to maintain its open border with UK-governed Northern Ireland as part of the CTA, it has not signed the Schengen Treaty. The Nordic countries required that the non-EU members of Norway and Iceland be included in Schengen in order to reach a consensus, and this was agreed.


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JRR Sports Information

Category : sports

ALL SPORTS LOVERS – JRR PROVIDES VISIT VISA TO SEE YOUR FAVOURATE MATCH AND PLAYERS AT THE SAID VENUES

WE AT JRR TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR IMMIGRATION NEEDS WHICH REQUIRE TO TRAVEL WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO SEE YOUR FAVOURATE SPORTS STARS AND MATCHES.

NOTE : FOR ALL VISIT VISA APPLY ONE MONTH BEFORE THE SPORTS EVENT.  WE ALSO OFFER BEST AIR FARES, FOREX, TRAVEL INSURANCE, HOTEL ACCOMMODATION AND VISA GUIDANCE SERVICES. WE OFFER DISCOUNTS FOR GROUP BOOKINGS MAX-10.

COME TO JRR AND ENJOY TO WATCH THE BEST ….

BELOW ARE THE FEW SPORTS EVENTS  – 2017.

 

DATE           SPORT                EVENT                                    PLACE

Jul 3-16 Tennis Wimbledon London, England
Jul 4-18 Multi-sports Maccabiah Games Israel
Jul 14-30 Swimming World Aquatics Champs Budapest, Hungary
Jul 16- Aug 6 Football (Soccer) UEFA women’s Euro Netherlands
Jul 18-30 Multi-sports Deaflympics Samsun, Turkey.
Jul 20-23 Golf British Open Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, Merseyside, England
Jul 20-30 Multi-sports The World Games Wroclaw, Poland
Jul 21–30 Multi-sports Francophone Games Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
? Multi-sports Lusophony Games Maputo, Mozambique
Aug 4-13 Athletics IAAF World Championships Olympic Stadium, London UK
Aug 5-18 Multi-sports World Police and Fire Games Los Angeles or San Diego, USA
Aug 7-13 Golf US PGA Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina
Aug 9-26 Rugby Women’s World Cup Ireland
Aug 19-31 Multi-sports South-East Asian Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Aug 19-Sep 30 Multi-sports Summer Universiade Taipei, Tiawan
Aug 21–27 Badminton BWF World Championships Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland
Aug 25 – Sep 3 Boxing AIBA World Championships (men) Hamburg, Germany
Aug 28-Sep 10 Tennis US Open New York, USA
Sep 17-24 Cycling UCI Road World Championships Bergen, Norway
Sep 23-30 Multi-sports Invictus Games Toronto, Canada
Sep 23-Oct 1 Rowing World Rowing Championships Sarasota U.S.A.
Sep 27-Oct 9 Gymnastics World Championships (Artistic) Montreal Canada
Sep 28-Oct 1 Golf Presidents Cup Liberty National Golf Club, Jersey City, New Jersey
Sep 30 AFL Grand Final Melbourne, Australia
Oct? Baseball World Series ?
Oct 26 – Dec 2 Rugby League World Cup Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea
Nov 7 Horse Racing Melbourne Cup Victoria, Australia
Nov 28-Dec 5 Weightlifting IWF World Championships Anaheim, United States
Dec 1-17 Handball World Championships (women) Germany

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION :

JRR TEAM

PHONE NO. 0091 040 6515 0789

Email : contact@jrrindia.com


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