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“My experience with the FlyingHelpline was very good. My salesperson was very informative and was very familiar with the visa process. It answered all questions I had about the process and documentation.”AAKASHGraphic Designer, Owl Eyes
“My 5 day trip to Dubai was very well organized with the visa process. Everything went as it looked on the packaging. Good job and thanks for the memories”NATASHA SINGHProduct Designer, That Biz
“i was traveling abroad for the first time. Contacting FlyingHelpline was the best option. They obtained the visa on time and also their boarding pass. Air tickets were also cheap. i received good service.Jack GrahamCo founder, Coffee Inc
Thanks for an amazing experience!”
“I received the wrong information from some local visa agencies about the Turkey visa process. A FlyingHelpline company helped me understand the process and got my visa quickly and easily. Will work on them again for sure.”MANOJ GURANGInstructor, Skate Nao
Once a booking is confirmed, we will send the application to embassy as per your departure date (30 days before departure). – Embassy usually takes 3-5 working days to approve visa, in case additional documents are not required.Visa will be shared across on mail.
Cancellation can only be done till the time documents are not submitted to embassy. Post submission there is no cancellation and refund.
No, confirmed flight tickets are required for visa processing.
If the application is not submitted to embassy and cancellation is done, we will only refund visa embassy fee.
Below are the list of documents required at immigration:
Print out of your e-visa.
Onward and return air tickets.
Accommodation proof (hotel vouchers or residential proof).
Passport front & back is required for Sri lanka visa processing
No, original passport is not required for processing. Upload only soft copies of the documents and get your visa.
No, Flyinghelpline acts as a facilitator and does not guarantee the outcome of the visa. The ultimate authority to grant/refuse a visa rests with the respective embassy/consulate