A foreign entry visa is stamped on a passport made by a
consular official of a government giving permission to the
bearer to enter the country concerned.
A foreign entry visa is
usually only granted after examination of the passport,
application form and supporting documents, and maybe subject
to limitations regarding purpose of visit, duration of stay,
and validity of visa. A visa is not a guarantee of entry
in the country concerned. Immigration officials in the
destination country have the final say.
REQUIREMENTS AND APPLICATION FORMS
The visa requirements and
application forms contained in this section are only applicable
for U.S. citizens.