Definition of 'visa'
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She wants to get a spouse visa. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her pals are raising cash so she can apply for a Leave to Remain visa. The Sun (2016)At present citizens of a significant number of non-EU countries do not need a visa to enter the Schengen area. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She can't get a UK visa. The Sun (2017)This has so far deemed only one interpreter at sufficiently high risk to get a visa. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To fulfil visa requirements each visitor must have a sponsor responsible for their presence in this country. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To do so he needed an exit visa. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Those without valid visas or passports face jail or deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It took us that long to get a visa. The Sun (2011)So it is hardly surprising that many requests for family visitor visas are refused. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Eritrea is one of the few countries from which residents need an exit visa. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The winner is responsible for all necessary documents including valid passports and visas. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Officials are to be given powers to revoke visitor visas at immigration desks without appeal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The country 's tough visa requirements put off many holidaymakers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Instead we obtained visas at Kilimanjaro airport on arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This was asked to two applicants for visas to enter Australia. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They will still require a visa to enter Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We thought we were doing great and we would get our visa, no problem. The Sun (2010)The terms of her Soviet exit visa had banned her from meeting public figures. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I had to leave the country when my visa expired. The Sun (2016)The company will pay for his moving costs and temporary accommodation, plus the fees for obtaining his visa. Times, Sunday Times (2013)All were established in the past five years and were run by young Pakistanis who came to this country on student visas. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'visa'
British English: visa /ˈviːzə/ NOUN
A visa is an official document or a stamp put in your passport which allows you to enter or leave a particular country.
- American English: visa
- Arabic: تَأْشِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: visto
- Chinese: 签证
- Croatian: viza
- Czech: vízum
- Danish: visum
- Dutch: visum
- European Spanish: visado
- Finnish: viisumi
- French: visa
- German: Visum
- Greek: βίζα
- Italian: visto
- Japanese: ビザ
- Korean: 비자
- Norwegian: visum
- Polish: wiza
- European Portuguese: visto
- Romanian: viză
- Russian: виза
- Spanish: visado
- Swedish: visum
- Thai: วีซ่า เอกสารอนุมัติที่ประทับตราบนหนังสือเดินทาง
- Turkish: vize
- Ukrainian: віза
- Vietnamese: thị thực
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