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Visas and stuff!

Travel Forums Central/South America & The Caribbean Visas and stuff!

1. Posted by WorkMyWayTrue (Budding Member, 3 posts) 20 Nov '11 11:04

Hello people.
Just wanted to know, what happens if i ouver stay the my tourist visa in North America (USA) and after that ill go to Central America or South America, can i get a tourist visa in South America? Does my overystaying here in the states somehow decrease my chance to getting in Central America or South America???

2. Posted by kichikacha (Respected Member, 328 posts) 20 Nov '11 18:38

it won't affect your visa requests as usually they never check.

but do you need really a visa? - which country are you from?

3. Posted by Beckiboo (Respected Member, 134 posts) 23 Nov '11 07:10

I'm travelling for a year from Mexico City - Rio... will I need any visa's?

From the UK

[ Edit: Edited on 23-Nov-2011, at 07:11 by Beckiboo ]

4. Posted by kichikacha (Respected Member, 328 posts) 25 Nov '11 05:49

Beckiboo: no, you don't need visas - see also:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_British_citizens

5. Posted by jeanie99 (Full Member, 129 posts) 8 Dec '11 04:05

I think you need to get yourself sorted out.

DON'T overstay any Visa days because you'll find in some counties you will get into serious trouble places like China and Russia.

It's just not worth it and why would you do it anyway.

When you research your traveling part of it is checking the entry requirements for each country you intend visiting, this is based on your nationality, apply for the visa before you set off if you can or apply when you are traveling, so you need to find out where they can be bought.

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