Comparing New Zealand Visa Requirements for Taiwan and Bahrain Citizens

This article compares the visa requirements for Taiwan and Bahrain citizens, with brief information on the visa process.

Kuwait Visa Requirements

As of September 1st, 2015, Kuwait has amended its visa requirements for NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR BAHRAIN CITIZENS.

Taiwan citizens are now required to have a passport valid for at least six months beyond the intended stay in Kuwait, while Bahrain citizens must present a valid visa.

For both countries, all visitors must also have a return ticket and proof of sufficient funds to cover their expenses while in Kuwait.

Saudi Arabia Visa Requirements

If you are a citizen of Taiwan or Bahrain, and you are planning to visit Saudi Arabia, you should know that the visa requirements for these countries are different.

Taiwan citizens need a visa to visit Saudi Arabia, which can be obtained at any Saudi embassy or consulate. The visa process is relatively straightforward and typically takes around two weeks to complete.

Bahrain citizens, on the other hand, do not need a visa to visit Saudi Arabia. Instead, they must obtain a residence permit from the Saudi authorities. This permit can be obtained through your local embassy or consulate in Bahrain, or by registering with the Ministry of Interior. Once you have obtained your residence permit, you will need to provide it to the immigration office at your destination country before travelling to NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR TAIWAN CITIZENS.

Both Taiwan and Bahrain offer good economic opportunities in Saudi Arabia, so it is definitely worth considering whether either country is right for you.

United Arab Emirates Visa Requirements

Taiwan and Bahrain citizens travelling to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will find a relatively easy time getting a visa, but they need to be aware of some specific requirements.

The UAE has a partnership with New Zealand and both countries issue visas with the same validity period and restrictions. Citizens of Taiwan require a tourist visa for stays up to 90 days, while Bahrainis need a business visa for stays up to 60 days. All other nationals, including those from Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR, need a visa only if they are coming to the UAE for work.

To get a visa, Taiwan and Bahrain citizens must present their passport, airline ticket, confirmation of hotel reservation and return ticket. Citizens of other countries must also present an invitation letter from an official sponsor in the UAE or proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay. The visa application form can also be downloaded from the UAE’s website.

If all goes well with the application process, travellers will receive an email confirming their visa has been issued. Once in the UAE, they should carry their visa with them at all times and show it to any immigration officials who may ask for it.

Qatar Visa Requirements

Qatar is a visa-free country for citizens of Taiwan and Bahrain. If you are a citizen of either country, you may visit Qatar without a visa. However, if you are traveling to Qatar to work,study, or invest, you will need to obtain a visa from the Qatar Embassy in your home country.

When applying for a visa, be sure to provide documents that prove your identity (passport), citizenship (citizen card from your home country), and relationship to the person you are visiting Qatar (for example, spouse, child, parent). Some other documents that may be required include evidence of financial support and a letter of invitation from a Qatar-based friend or business associate.

Qatar is located in the middle of the Persian Gulf. It has an arid climate with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius during summer and low temperatures during winter. The currency in Qatar is the Qatari riyal (QAR).