visitor's passport

visitor's passport

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (formerly, in Britain) a passport, valid for one year and for certain countries only, that could be purchased from post offices. Also called: British Visitor's Passport
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On the basis of a valid ETA, a 'visa' will be stamped on the visitor's passport at the Immigration Counter at the airport of arrival.
The website also says that GCC residence permit of the applicant must be valid for at least three months from arrival date and the visitor's passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of arrival in the UAE.
"After examining the visitor's passport he checked into the electronic system of the residency department and could not find data stating that the visitor is wanted by reference to the latter's passport number." The visitor's name was not on the black list of the residency's system neither, Hammouda said.
The one-year British Visitor's Passport has been abolished.
On the basis of a valid ETA, a"visa" will be stamped on the visitor's passport at the Immigration Counter at the airport of arrival.
You'll need at least a British Visitor's Passport. Glasgow is the only airport in Scotland which offers flights to Tunisia.