Wanting to visit Europe so bad but worried about the visa application? Excited to see the tulip plantation and windmills in Netherlands but confused on how to start gathering your documents? I was feeling the exact worries and hesitation when I planned for my solo Eurotrip. But then, it would be a bigger regret if I won’t give it a try, right?
Unlike several blog information that includes additional recommendations for other Schengen countries as an option, I will only be focusing on giving you my personal experience in applying for the Netherlands Multiple Schengen Visa in Qatar. However, you are very much welcome to give your own points and share your experiences.
I started my 2016 travel adventure with 2 countries in 7 days by land just last January. It was indeed a new experience for me since my past travels were by plane. Good thing I have decided to join a group of friends' winter escapade to Georgia and Armenia for a change.
These Caucasian countries can be traveled via Sadakhlo-Bagratashen border between Georgia and Armenia.
Our travel package consists of a private bus transportation during the entire trip (including the border crossing; Georgia-Armenia-Georgia). Most of the officers in both immigration points doesn't speak English, but luckily, Ms. Anika, our kind travel agent from Best Travel who's an Armenian local, accompanied us all through out the process.
One of the typical issues we Philippine passport holders encounter when traveling out of the country is the necessity of acquiring a visa beforehand. We may have the advantage of visiting other countries without any need of security approval prior but it is only limited especially when it comes to entering European countries, and at times, processing for visa is not that simple.
I, together with a group of friends went for a winter escapade in Georgia and Armenia last January 2016. It was indeed an enjoyable trip having the privilege as well to enter both countries without any hassle.
UPDATED: August 19, 2018
A friend of mine have informed me earlier that VOA (visa on arrival) in Jordan is not possible anymore as they have recently changed the rules.
To avoid future problems with your planned trip, kindly check and confirm visa standing from the Jordanian Embassy in your country of residence.
UPDATED: August 28, 2016
For Philippine passport holders, Jordan is a country that requires an immigration approval prior to travel. (Good news for GCC Residents)
See also: JORDAN SELECT TOURS: OUR 5D4N ITINERARY
I and my husband are currently arranging a visit to Jordan this coming November 2015, and as for our case (Filipinos holding a GCC Residency), after inquiring here and there, contacting the immigration in Amman and Jordan Embassy in Qatar, it was then confirmed that we are eligible for a visa upon arrival in Amman Queen Alia Airport Jordan provided we have the following documents / requirements:
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