A visa (from the Latin charta visa, signifying "paper that has been seen") is a contingent approval conceded by a domain to an outsider, permitting them to enter, stay inside, or to leave that region. Visas commonly may remember limits for the span of the outsider's visit, zones inside the nation they may enter, the dates they may enter, the quantity of allowed visits or a person's entitlement to work in the nation being referred to. Visas are related with the solicitation for authorization to enter a region and in this way are, in many nations, unmistakable from real conventional consent for an outsider to enter and stay in the nation. In each example, a visa is dependent upon section authorization by a migration official at the hour of real passage, and can be repudiated whenever. A visa most ordinarily appears as a sticker embraced in the candidate's identification or other travel record.
Activities you Cannot do with a visitor visa:
3. Paid performances, or any professional performance before a paying audience.
4. Arrival as a crewmember on a ship or aircraft.
5. Work as foreign press, in radio, film, print journalism, or other information media.
6. Permanent residence in the United States.