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  • Is it worth it to pay extra for passport, visa services?

    28 May 2013 Is it worth it to pay extra for passport, visa services?

    This is a USA Today article published on May 14, 2013 that we thought you may find interesting... Paul Schaus may have plenty of tasks to take care of before an overseas business trip, but renewing his passport isn't one of them. He pays a fee and lets an agency do all the work. "It is a godsend," says Schaus, who lives in Phoenix and owns a bank consulting firm. "I have traveled to dozens of countries and have used a third-party service every time.'' Renewing a passport or getting a visa to visit a foreign country means paperwork, and often long lines ...

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  • High-Tech Visas Under Debate Regarding Immigration

    10 April 2013 High-Tech Visas Under Debate Regarding Immigration

    Immigration is a critical subject currently, as the white house pursues to reach a deal that satisfies all sides. One of the issues that has risen within the debate are high-tech visas. It appears it is now rising many concerns, as even senators make their responses to the visa topic. Fox News reported yesterday that senators are debating over whether to increase visa accessibility to high-tech workers. Also, the dispute is over how to discipline companies that train these workers in the US, then send them back overseas to continue working. Senator Dick Durbin is one of the main senators involved. ...

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  • TSA To Expedite Screening for Faster Travel For Disabled Military

    03 April 2013 TSA To Expedite Screening for Faster Travel For Disabled Military

    TSA has made great strides in advancement of security measures since 9/11 to keep travelers safe. However, some of those measures have caused some travelers to feel violated. One past example is the use of graphic airport body scanners. Now, a recent wounded military personnel's encounter with TSA screening has sparked more change in the right direction. The TSA will begin to expand its' program for expedited screening through airports for inactive-duty and inactive "wounded warriors" reported CNN late last week. The expanding of the expedited screening military program comes as a result of a disabled Marine being requested to remove ...

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  • Best Beaches To Travel For 2013

    07 March 2013 Best Beaches To Travel For 2013

    We are already in March and the Summer is almost upon us. This is the time where most people around the world take time out of their busy schedule and take a much needed vacation. There is no point in waiting to start planning your beautiful, long-awaited vacation. The time is now to set in motion your trip of a lifetime. One of the favorite places to travel for a vacation is no other than the beach. With crystal clear waters, bright blue skies and brown sand beneath your feet, the beach provides an atmosphere perfect for relaxation and fun. Below ...

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  • Britain To Offer Same-Day Visa To Indian Businessmen And Students

    27 February 2013 Britain To Offer Same-Day Visa To Indian Businessmen And Students

    Getting a visa ordinarily could take some time receive, however, countries are pursuing to make the visa process faster and faster. Britain is one of them and has even announced they will offer visas in the same day. The Indo Asian News Service has reported British Prime Minister David Cameron announced a new same-day visa for India. The new visa is geared to attract more Indian businessmen and investors to Britain. "We have the biggest visa operations anywhere in the world right here in India. I announce that we are going to introduce for businesses a 'same-day visa' service to those who want ...

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  • Canada Set To Launch Start-Up Visas To Draw Entrepreneur Immigrants

    06 February 2013 Canada Set To Launch Start-Up Visas To Draw Entrepreneur Immigrants

    As an immigrant entrepreneur, having the opportunity to start a business is one of the most highly-developed countries in the world like Canada can be rewarding. The country is now set the launch start-up visas to help their overall economy thrive. Canada has announced they will launch a new start-up visa program for skilled-working immigrants who desire to set up new companies reported Yahoo News. The new program will officially begin April 1st of this year. The push is to help their immigration system align with their economic goals, resulting in a positive effect on their economy. "Our new start-up visa ...

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  • TSA Removing Non-Privacy Body Scanners From Airports Nationwide

    22 January 2013 TSA Removing Non-Privacy Body Scanners From Airports Nationwide

    TSA has pursued continual security improvements since 9/11 to keep travelers safe. However, many people have felt some security measures like the use of graphic airport body scanners, violates privacy and goes a little too far. As of later this year, TSA is going to change that. TSA has announced they will remove airport body scanners that reveal graphic images of travelers' bodies in June 2013. The body scanners received much criticism while in use. TSA has pursued to solve the problem with the backscatter machines by having their contracted manufacturer, Rapiscan, upgrade them with privacy software. Rapiscan informed the TSA ...

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  • New Thailand And Cambodia Single-Entry Visa

    08 January 2013 New Thailand And Cambodia Single-Entry Visa

    A single-entry visa is not just going to be held by the European Union any longer. A couple of small countries have decided to join in and see how effective it can be for higher tourism for both of them. Thailand and Cambodia have launched a single-entry visa into their countries. The Asia News Network reported that Thailand and Cambodia have released the launching what is currently known as the Acmecs Single Visa. It is the Asean version of the European Union's Schengen Visa scheme. The Acmecs, the Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy, is made up of five countries, which include ...

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  • Will New Mexico Be Required Passport To Fly Domestically?

    26 December 2012 Will New Mexico Be Required Passport To Fly Domestically?

    It may sound foreign for a resident of the US to be required to have a passport domestically, however, it may very well be the case in the state of New Mexico.  It is becoming a reality for many of their residents that in 2013 this could happen. In 2005, The Real ID Act was created by Congress to modify US federal law regarding security, authentication, and issuance procedures for state driver's licenses and ID cards.  The Secretary of Homeland Security defined the official purposes for driver's licenses and state ID's is to be used for entry into government buildings, nuclear ...

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  • US Expects Travel Increase Over Next 5 Years

    12 December 2012 US Expects Travel Increase Over Next 5 Years

    One of the world’s most desired places to travel is our very own United States. Being the wealthiest and most advanced country in the world, international travelers come to see the beautiful land of the free. From the latest findings, these number of travelers to the US is about to increase in the years to come. The US Department of Commerce has reported that we can expect a 3.6% to 4.3% annual growth in foreign travel of the next five years. In 2012, 66 million international travelers are projected to visit the US, which is a 6% increase from 62.7 million ...

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