Most popular visa FAQ
In most cases, people use FastTrackVisa.com to apply for and obtain an electronic visa (eVisa) for the country they want to travel to. An eVisa is a visa solution that, by and large, enables eligible foreign nationals to enter another country for a relatively short period of time. Although electronically linked to your passport, the eVisa usually needs to be printed out and presented to an immigration official at your destination. We also process other visa-related documents that may be required to enter specific countries.
Because we’ll make sure you can apply for and obtain the visa product you need as simply and as quickly as possible. Our application process is designed for ease-of-use, with 24/7 customer service, should you require it. Also, we make sure we always use industry best practices to protect your personal data.
Unless otherwise stated, your visa document should be printed on a blank, white sheet of A4 paper (no reduced or double-sided printing).
After you’ve applied, we’ll ensure we process and get your visa document to you (via email) as fast as possible. However, the exact processing time will vary, depending on the country you’ll be travelling to, the visa document itself and the length of stay the visa document entitles you to once you’ve gained entry to the country. The precise processing time will be stated clearly when you apply.
The visa product’s validity and its processing cost (and our small service fee) will be clearly stated when you find the visa document that suits you best. The length of its validity and its cost will depend largely on the entry rules and visa fees of the country to which you wish to travel.
Whether you’ll need a visa depends on the country you want to travel to and your nationality (the country stated in your passport as your nationality). At FastTrackVisa.com, we provide the information you’ll need to make the right choice – you can deploy our easy-to-use visa requirement tool to check whether you need a visa product (usually an eVisa) to travel.
Immediately you’ve entered the aforementioned details, we’ll tell you whether there’s a visa requirement for your trip, what visa products are available to you, their processing times and costs and what you’ll need to apply for them. You can then apply for your visa product online, through us.
You can pay for your visa product with a credit/ debit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express).
At present, legislation is in place across practically all countries to help mitigate spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. This legislation can change quickly, however; so, it’s critical to check whether you need to be or don’t need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 before beginning your trip.
Some countries require foreign nationals to present proof of being vaccinated against yellow fever – it’s up to the traveller themselves to make sure they are vaccinated, depending on the laws of the country they’re travelling to (more information is available here: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list).
If you’ve applied for a visa product with us and want to check its status, you’ll need to login to your account and, from there, you’ll be able to check its progress. An account will be automatically created for you as soon as we’ve received payment for your visa product – we’ll then email you and tell you how to finish setting up and access your account.
Finding the visa product you need and applying for it is easy:
1. First, using our visa requirement tool, choose the country listed as your nationality in your passport and choose the country you want to travel to
2. Next, choose the type of visa product that’s appropriate for your visit and make a note of the details and instructions very carefully
3. Fill in the application form for the visa product and upload any necessary digital copies of documents
4. Make the payment for the visa product (credit/ debit card)
5. Wait for us to email you your visa document; download the visa document and print it out
6. On arrival at your destination, present the visa document (and any other necessary documents) to an immigration official.