Here we tackle the alternatives for applying a Tourist Visa without a bank account. In applying a Tourist Visa, you are required to provide a bank statement and a bank certificate. However, in some cases, a person may not possess a bank account if s/he is a senior citizen, retiree or being sponsored. It is a well known fact and is acknowledged by the embassies and the consulate.
Our Tourist Visa Applicants can submit copies of their properties they own when applying their Tourist Visa. This includes assets such as
- land titles
- investment on stocks
- condominium unit titles, and
- car registration.
Note that such document will be assessed by our visa consultant before including it in your Tourist Visa Applications. Also, these requirements are not required and may only be requested as an additional document if needed.
It is also beneficial for our senior citizen or retiree Tourist Visa Applicant if s/he is a member of a Cooperative, s/he may request the Cooperative to provide him/her a Certificate of Membership and the savings capitalized.
Here’s a professional tip. If you are planning to apply for a Tourist Visa a year from now, it is still best to open a bank account. Not only that it will serve as your financial background but it will also be used for reference purposes, may or may it not have the sufficient funds. Additionally, these requirements indicated below does not guarantee a Tourist Visa Approval. We highly suggest to consult us before applying your Tourist Visa.
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