What Is a Multiple Entry Visa?

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A multiple entry visa is one that allows a visitor to enter a country many times. In the case of the United Kingdom, for an applicant visiting the country for the first time or they are yet to establish a good travel history, a multiple visa for 6 months is issued. In the case of applicants who have previously travelled and thus have good travel histories, then a five and ten visit visa can be issued.
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1. Check that you passport will be valid for at least six months after you plan to leave the People's Republic of China for the final time on your multiple entry tourist visa. China
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China: 1-year validity, same price as a single-entry visa for US citizens. India: 5-year and 10-year validity, though apparently they are picky about who they hand these out to.
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A multiple entry on a visa only means that you may enter and leave on that paticular visa many times. It does not describe what kind of visa that will be. A work visa or tourist/visitor's
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A UK visa is a document that permits a person to travel and stay in the UK for up to six months. It covers people who come to the country for business trips, medical treatment or just passing through the UK. Multiple entry visa's have different time duration allowed than other types of visas, and the number varies depending on the country.
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