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  Which countries should a Nepalese individual consider visiting in order to establish a positive immigration record when applying for Western nations?
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Posted on 08-09-23 10:13 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Does anyone have knowledge about this?


 
Posted on 08-09-23 10:50 AM     [Snapshot: 16]     Reply [Subscribe]
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For europe, portugal , belgium is easist . For north america, usa is the easiest entry point
 
Posted on 08-09-23 11:37 AM     [Snapshot: 38]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@edv2023
Apologies for the omissions in my previous message. I'm also referring to the duration it takes to obtain approval for the visa. Portugal, Romania visa takes a long time. There appear to be numerous third parties agents engaged concerning Portugal. I'm pondering whether there might be any Asian or Middle Eastern countries that could offer a more suitable alternative.

Searching for quick and easy visa access for Nepali passport holders.
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Posted on 08-10-23 5:10 PM     [Snapshot: 190]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Shanzen visa processing is relatively slow , mine took 3 weeks but no agents involved.. its very easy to enter europe if you process your visa from dubai , saudi or other gulf countries but US will most likely reject your visa application if you have visited gulf countries , israel is an exception.

But europe is no good for settlement , very low income . Doctors make around 3000 usd per month as top earners . Consider europe if ur are under slc


 
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Yo mathiko comment haru padhda Shivaratri ko bela ganja tanera gareko guff yaad aayo….sodhne pani ustai uttar dine pani ustai
 
Posted on 08-11-23 2:21 PM     [Snapshot: 332]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Whats wrong with question?. Once your b1/ f1 visa is rejected , you have to show strong tie with home country or good travel histry .

Plenty of people go n work in dubai ,qatar just 2 apply for shenzen visa , stay portugal for 5 years and get EU passport. These are generally low profile working class people . Once you visit portugal , poland , malta , romania then you will realize what OP is talking about.


 
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Some of you folks type like you are also hurrying to board the last train home.

Shenzhen vs Schengen Area

Which one did you mean?

 
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Prolly schengen but why dont they just calle eu visa , its much easier .
 
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Easiest thing are : asking. Anything and giving advice.

Therefore some people jumped to advise.

 
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"Prolly schengen but why dont they just calle eu visa , its much easier ." 
Hypothetically, let's say ASEAN countries introduced a special category of visa. With that visa, it does not mean a visitor can automatically fly to any Asian Games' venues without additional visas. 
A rule of thumb : An ASEAN is always an Asian but an Asian may or may not be ASEAN. 
A similar concept applies here.

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Posted on 08-11-23 7:13 PM     [Snapshot: 452]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Agree : eu-schengen = romania and bulgeria . Geographically they could not isolate these 2 nations from eu , so they made virtual eu without romania and bulgeria
 
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यो काव्रे सडकेछ। बिचरा
 
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@edv2023
"What's wrong with question?. Once your b1/ f1 visa is rejected , you have to show strong tie with home country or good travel history"

This is a good point that edv2023 has brought up for a successful visa interview. As we all know very well, not every other Nepalese can afford to visit country after country just to show that he or she has good travel history. This idea of having good travel history is applicable to the success of the interview but how many of Nepalese people are financially able to do that? You want to come to US with a purpose (education/ visit/ etc.) and here you are visiting other foreign countries just to show to US counselors that you have returned to Nepal and now have a good travel history?
So if you think sensibly, then you should work towards showing strong ties to Nepal that will make you return after you visit US for whatever reasons, then spending money on multiple travels abroad.

Work for some time in Nepal in your field of interest, instead of roaming around for "good travel history", buy some properties under your name, have some sizable bank account on your name. Learn more about forming "ties" to Nepal. In my case, I had my then employer write an employment offer letter that I was to resume after I return from my studies in US. But as is known, just like many other Nepalese who come here in student visas, I got lured to this idea of chasing the American Dreams that I sold my soul to this land, now unable to return and settle in Nepal forever. My last visit to Nepal further reinforced this idea that I can never settle there in Nepal. Sad but true.
As I am no Mahavir Pun.

 


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