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Immigration transit visa information. Specific requirements to qualify for a transit visa under immigration law around the world.

USA Transit Visa

USA Transit Visa

Transit applicants must meet specific requirements to qualify for a transit visa under immigration law of USA. If you're a non-US resident and are simply passing through the USA, whereas transiting to a different foreign country, a C-1 transit visa is an applicable non-immigrant visa. If you're traveling together with your family, all and every individual in your family, even youngsters and babies listed in parents' passports, has to apply for a separate C-1 Visa. An immigration officer at the port of entry will admit an individual holding a C-1 transit visa for the length determined by him/her, except for a most length of 29 days. you want to leave the U.S. on the scheduled flight or ship of departure, or at intervals 29 days, whichever is earlier. you want to pass in immediate and continuous transit through the U.S.

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Schengen Transit Visa

Schengen Transit Visa

Transit applicants must meet specific requirements to qualify for a transit visa under immigration law of Schengen area. If you are transiting through an airport in France to travel to another airport in France or the Schengen Area You enter the Schengen Area at your arrival airport in France. You pass border police control at this point. Unless you are exempt, you are required to have an entry and short-stay visa for the Schengen Area. Examples : You arrive at Roissy-CDG airport to change planes for Nice, Bordeaux, Madrid, Berlin or Athens. Since these cities are within the Schengen Area, immigration control is carried out at Roissy-CDG airport by the French border police. Your onward flight from Roissy-CDG to Nice, Bordeaux, Madrid, Berlin or Athens is a domestic flight for immigration purposes .

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