Travel Visa Pro only acts as an intermediary, and only embassy/consular officers and U.S. passport office agents make the final decision when deciding how quickly a visa or passport is issued and for how long (validity). Travel Visa Pro is not responsible for the actions and omissions of embassies, consulates, the U.S. passport agency, government, or commercial shipping services (such as USPS, FedEx, UPS or others). Consulates and U.S. Passport Services reserve the right to prioritize processing based on the departure date indicated by the applicant, require additional documentation, or invite the applicant to appear in person. This does not happen often, but please note that there may be delays. Travel Visa Pro is not responsible for delays during your trip outside of our control. 40K You must register your visa with the local representative of the Migration Service of the Russian Federation within three working days of your arrival in Russia.
The responsibility for timely registration lies entirely with you or the organization that your hotel or apartment makes available. We warn you that you must register your visa as soon as possible after your arrival in the Russian Federation. Visa facilitation agreements are linked to readmission agreements. Readmission agreements set out the procedures for the return of persons (third-country nationals or stateless persons) who are illegally staying in the EU or in the third country. With effect from 15 December 2010, the visa requirement for citizens of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina for stays in the Schengen area, for a maximum of 90 days during a six-month period, was also lifted. This only applies to holders of biometric passports. Nationals who do not hold a biometric passport still need a visa, in which case the above-mentioned visa facilitation agreements apply. On 19 December 2009, nationals of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia were exempted from the visa requirement for stays in the Schengen area of up to 90 days during a six-month period, provided that they hold a biometric passport (see Annex II, Part I of the EU Visa Regulation).
The European Union has concluded visa facilitation agreements with these countries (followed by the date of signature / date of entry into force): Kosovo nationals remain subject to the visa requirement, even if they have a Serbian passport. From time to time, we may share statistics about our customers with third parties, such as visa assistance agents or other travel agencies. Travel Visa Pro strives to ensure that these statistics do not contain personal data. If you believe at any time that Travel Visa Pro has not complied with these principles, please contact us through the contact form and we will do everything economically reasonable to identify and resolve the issue immediately. If you have any questions, please contact Travel Visa Pro. The EU wants full visa reciprocity with third countries whose nationals are exempt from the visa requirement. Therefore, EU citizens would not need a visa to travel to these third countries. The processing time of visas and passports provided by Travel Visa Pro are estimates based on published periods and our experience with foreign embassies and U.S. passport agencies under normal circumstances and are in most cases reliable, but are not guaranteed. . . .