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Saint Vincent and Grenadines Visa Service

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising a main island, St. Vincent, and a chain of smaller islands. With yacht-filled harbors, chic private isles and volcanic landscapes, it’s known for its major sailing destinations such as reef-lined Bequia Island off Admiralty Bay, bordered by white-sand beaches like Princess Margaret. The main island is home to the capital, Kingstown

 

 
Continent: North America
Capital:Kingstown
Official Language:English
Currency:Eastern Caribbean dollar
Local Time:GMT-4
Exchange Rate:29 BDT
Dialing Code:+1809
Weekend Days:Saturday &Sunday
Population:109,462 (2015)
Area:150.2 mi²
Education:male: 96%,female: 96%
Religion:Christian
Climate:In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the climate is tropical, hot and humid all year round, with a relatively cool and dry season from January to mid-April, and a hot, humid and rainy season from June to December. ... The capital city, Kingstown, is located on the main island, St Vincent.
Prime Minister / President / King:Ralph Gonsalves
Destinations:Bequia,Mustique,Saint Vincent,Grenadines,Union Island,Kingstown,Canouan,Port Elizabeth,Clifton, Union Island
Points of Interest:Bequia,Mustique,Tobago Cays,Canouan,Mayreau,Leeward Islands,La Soufrière,Wallilabou Bay,Tobago Cays Marine Park,Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary,Tamarind Beach Hotel & Yacht Club

* Ques: How many countries should I visit before applying for this country ?

Ans: Although there is no restrictions regarding country visits but we recommend you to at least visit 2-3 countries before applying.

 

* Ques: How much balance should I have in my bank account?

Ans: There is no minimum or maximum limit for bank balance. However, there should be a consistency of you transactions. Your bank account must reflect that you have the ability to bear your travel cost and you have enough financial ties to return back to your country.

 

* Ques: My education qualification is low, can I apply for visa?

Ans: In case of tourist visas, there is not education qualification requirement. Anyone with any educational qualification may apply.

 

* Ques: My visa application has recently been refused. When will I be able to apply again?

Ans: There is no restriction or time limit on reapplication if anyone’s visa has been refused. However, we would recommend you to apply again at least after a certain period of time.

 

* Ques: Can you arrange invitation for me? Will it be beneficial for me if I get an invitation?

Ans: Not mandatory and we cannot arrange invitation for you. Invitation is only beneficial for an applicant, if it has been sent from his or her family members or close friend. In any other cases, having a hotel booking is enough to prove your accommodation arrangement during your stay in that respective country.

 

* Ques: If I apply along with my family, will the chances of my visa acceptance increase?

Ans: Although visa acceptance or refusal totally depends on applicant’s profile, applying with family may increase your chances in certain countries. For example: in case of Schengen or UK visa, applying along with family increases your visa acceptance chances. On the other hand, applying with family for Australia or Canada may decrease your chance of getting the visa.

 

* Ques: Do you provide any guaranty for visa?

Ans: No. We do not provide any guaranty for visa. Acceptance or refusal of any visa application will depend on applicant’s profile. However, we will prepare your file in a professional manner so that the embassy can get a clear reflection of your profile.

 

 

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Saint Vincent and Grenadines Visa Service

This gave Saint Vincent complete control over its internal affairs but was short of full independence. On 27 October 1979, following a referendum under Milton Cato, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines became the last of the Windward Islands to gain independence.
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