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Visas and Immigration

An important, if annoying, part of the international life. I’ve made applications for five visas in the last five years, and so far the two most stressful have been the E-2 English Teacher’s Visa for South Korea and the Tier 4 Student Visa for the United Kingdom.

General Visa Skills – How to Become a Bureaucratic Ninja

 How to Apply For Legal Marriage in Scotland

How to Apply for an FBI Background Check 

Step-By-Step Visa Guides: 

The Fastest Way to Get A US Passport

Korean E-2 Visa and How to Get Your ARC 

Tier 4 Student Visa for the United Kingdom 

How to Apply for a Chinese Z Visa For Work – 2012 **** OUT OF DATE, PLEASE SEE NEW VERSION BELOW*******

How to Apply for a Chinese Z Visa (for work) UPDATED 2018 

How to Get Your Documents Notarized for a Chinese Z Visa UPDATED 2018

Tourist E-Visa for Vietnam 

Contact me if you have questions or need advice! Remember, I’m an expert!

Disclaimer: This information is based on the process I went through in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2015 to obtain my visas It is not legal advice, and it may not be up to date. Visa regulations change all the time, without warning. ALWAYS check with your consulate or embassy to make certain that the regulations have not changed. 

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