For a single journey to Sri Lanka with the intention of touring, vacationing, or taking a holiday, the Standard “Tourist Visa” is valid for 90 days (from the date of issuance). Upon entering Sri Lanka, the visitor is only permitted to stay for a maximum of 30 days in a row. During their stay in Sri Lanka, tourists on tourist visas are prohibited from working illegally, attending school, or working for foreign media.
To apply for a Sri Lanka Sticker Visa through a licensed representative, the applicant must present the required original and legal documentation. It will be delivered to the Authorized Agent for pickup once it has been approved by the Sri Lanka Embassy.
Bangladeshi nationals may apply for Sri Lanka if they have a valid MRP or E-Passport for at least seven months and can supply the necessary documentation.
Return Air Tickets: Booking a return air ticket using a reservation number or passenger registration number.
Ans: There are no limits on visiting other countries, although we advise you to at least travel to India before applying.
Ans: If you apply alone, your bank account must have a minimum amount of BDT 60,000. If you apply with a family, it must have a minimum balance of BDT 1,20,000. The consistency of your transactions should be maintained, though. Your bank statement must show that you have the resources to pay for your vacation expenses and that you have strong enough financial links to return home
Ans: There is no requirement for educational background for tourist visas. Anyone, regardless of educational background, may apply.
Ans: If anyone’s visa request has been denied, they are free to reapply at any time, with no restrictions. However, we would advise you to reapply at least after a specific amount of time has passed.
Ans: No. We don’t offer any visa guarantees. Any visa application’s acceptance or denial will depend on the applicant’s profile. To ensure that the embassy has a clear picture of your profile, we will professionally compile your file.
Ans: Applying with family may improve your chances in some countries, even if visa acceptance or denial completely depends on the applicant’s profile. For instance, submitting an application with family boosts your chances of receiving a Schengen or UK visa. On the other side, submitting a family-based application for Australia or Canada may reduce your chances of being granted a visa.
Ans: It’s not required, but if you apply with your family and your name does not appear in your spouse’s passport or vice versa, then the aforementioned paperwork is required.
Ans: Both are non refundable
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