Tagged: Visas

29/11/2011 04:20:00 AM
Papers, Please — 2011-2012 Caribbean Immigration Rules
By Rebecca Cahilly 
New immigration rules and regulations in the Caribbean  more...
30/12/2010 08:15:00 AM
Rules for Renewing
By John Leonida and Eliot Norman 
Rules for renewing your visa more...
28/12/2010 03:00:00 PM
The Dos and Don’ts of Dayworking
By Louisa Cowan 
Heed these Dos and Don'ts of Dayworking. more...
23/12/2010 02:00:00 PM
Myth Busting - European Schengen Visas
By John Leonida 
Facts about Shengen visas. more...
21/12/2010 02:55:00 AM
A Primer on U.S Visas for Foreign Yacht Crew
By Eliot Norman 
Going back to basics and putting to bed the misconceptions when it comes to B1 visa laws for foreign in crew in the U.S. more...
19/11/2009 04:05:00 AM
Unmasking the Truth: What’s the deal with B1B2 Visas?
By Janine Ketterer 
The topic of B1/B2 visas is riddled with myths and personal opinions, but we’re getting to the nuts-and-bolts for non-U.S. crew working in the States.   more...
17/11/2009 03:30:00 AM
Visa Implications of Caribbean Dockwalking
By Louisa Cowan 
As boats migrate south, so will crew in attempts to dockwalk for work, but what are the visa implications of looking for work in the Caribbean? more...
10/11/2009 02:45:00 AM
Crew Visas: Can Yacht Agents Help?
By Louisa Beckett 
Obtaining visas for crew can cause quite a headache for captains. But with a little help from the right crew agents, getting visas can be a breeze.   more...
31/10/2009 10:55:00 AM
The Superyacht Crew Visa: B1B2
By Lauren Beck 
Efforts to establish a "Superyacht Crew" visa have ended after the U.S. State Department maintains that the B1/B2 visa is the correct visa for foreign crew to obtain to enter the U.S. more...