listen to the pronunciation of visa
Englisch - Türkisch

Bizim Fransa'ya gitmemiz için bir vizeye ihtiyacımız yoktur. - We don't need a visa to go to France.

Bir vize için başvuruda bulundum. - I applied for a visa.

{i} visa [fin.]
{i} onay
vize etmek
tasdik imzası
{f} vize vermek
{f} onaylamak
vize ver

Lütfen bana vize verin. - I beg you, give me a visa.

visa application
vize başvurusu
visa application for
vize başvurusu için
visa expiration date
vize zamanı
visa waiver
Vize uygulamayan

Croatia is a visa waiver country for Turkish Republic.

visa duration
vize süresi
visa information system
(Politika, Siyaset) vize bilgi sistemi
visa interview
(Politika, Siyaset) vize görüşmesi
visa period
(Politika, Siyaset) vize süresi
visa process
vize işlemi
visa processes
vize işleri
visa support
viza desteği
visa support
(fiil)za desteği
visa validity
vize süresi
extend one's visa
(Politika, Siyaset) vizesinin süresini uzatmak
extend one's visa
(Politika, Siyaset) vizesini uzatmak
extend the visa
vizeyi uzatmak
extend the visa
vize uzatmak
issue a visa
(Politika, Siyaset) vize vermek
multiple entry visa
çoklu giriş vizesi
receive visa
vize almak
request for visa
vize talebinde bulunmak
student visa
öğrenci vizesi
entry visa
giriş vizesi
exit visa
çıkış vizesi
transit visa
transit vize
apply for visa
vizeye başvurmak
apply for visa
vize başvurusu yapmak
derivative visa
(Kanun) aile birleşimi vizesi
here's my visa
buyurun vizam
put it on my visa
visa kartıma koyun
put it on my visa
(fiil)sa kartıma koyun
round trip transit visa
(Turizm) gidiş-dönüş transit vizesi
temporary visa
geçici vize
to visa
(Hukuk) vize vermek
transit visa
transit vizesi
transit visa
geçiş vizesi
(Ticaret) vize edilmiş
Englisch - Englisch
a credit card company
A permit to enter and leave a country, normally issued by the authorities of the country to be visited
MasterCard, Europay and Switch are the main providers of credit and debit card systems in the United Kingdom
may refer to a visitor visa or other non-immigrant visa allowing holder to remain (and usually work or study) in the USA for a specific period of time
Formal authorization to enter a country
an endorsement made in a passport that allows the bearer to enter the country issuing it
To indorse, after examination, with the word visé, as a passport; to visé
A term used almost always incorrectly Correctly, a security-printed label or "foil" applied by the State Department to the page of a passport belonging to someone who wishes to enter the US for a particular purpose identified by an alphanumeric code (e g H-1) We use the term "entry visa" to distinguish this item from the conventional usage, which (incorrectly, now) refers to almost anything the speaker wants it to mean This can include the I-797 Notice of Action/Approval, an I-94 card or the status an individual claims for him/herself, rightly or wrongly See also "Entry Visa "
The term visa is used in different ways It is sometimes used to describe the immigration status that a foreign visitor has while in the U S , such as F-1 or J-1 We generally refer to this as your visa status Sometimes, visa is used to describe the large sticker that the U S consulate puts into your passport We refer to this sticker as your visa stamp Your visa stamp will usually indicate the visa status that you will have when you begin your stay in the United States The visa stamp will also have an expiration date Depending on the rules of your visa status, you may stay in the U S beyond the expiration date on the visa stamp However, if you leave the U S and wish to return after the visa stamp has expired, then you must obtain a new visa stamp
an endorsement made in a passport that allows the bearer to enter the country issuing it approve officially; "The list of speakers must be visaed" provide (a passport) with a visa
A type of credit card accepted worldwide
an endorsement made in a passport that allows the bearer to enter the country issuing it approve officially; "The list of speakers must be visaed"
{i} permit for entering into a country
A validating document placed in a passport by a foreign government, indicating that the traveler's passport has been examined and the passport holder may travel to that specific country Not all countries require visas
Visa International Service Association and all of its subsidiaries and affiliates
An official stamp in a traveler's passport granting entry into a country
{f} issue a visa, authorize entry into a country or passage across a border
The legal authority granted by the Australian government for non-citizens to enter, remain in and re-enter Australia •Commonwealth Offences
An association of banks that governs the issuing and acquiring of Visa credit card transactions
Stamp in passport obtained from United States Embassy or Consulate giving you permission to come to the United States These are only issued outside of the United States and may expire, without penalty, so long as you remain in the U S and maintain your status
A stamp on a passport that shows a traveler has the legal right to enter a country
VISA cards, a product of VISA USA, are distributed by financial institutions around the world Nearly 600 million cards carry one of the Visa brands and more than 14 million locations worldwide accept Visa cards
Stamp in the passport issued by the American Embassy or Consulate abroad allowing the bearer to get on the plane to the U S and request entry to the U S Length of visa does not affect the length of stay permitted in the U S The visa can expire while you are in the U S without affecting your status
A visa is an official document, or a stamp put in your passport, which allows you to enter or leave a particular country. His visitor's visa expired. an exit visa. a tightening of U.S. visa requirements. an official mark put on your passport that gives you permission to temporarily enter or leave a foreign country (, from visus; VISION)
A document or, more frequently, a stamp in a passport authorizing the bearer to visit a country for specific purposes and for a specific length of time
An authorization issued by a US consul permitting a person to come to a US port or inspection point to apply to be admitted to the US for the purpose of the particular visa A visa does NOT give the bearer the right to enter the US but only the right to apply to be admitted at an inspection point Visa also refers to the stamp or seal placed in a passport indicating the issuance of a visa See multiple entry visa, non-immigrant, immigrant visa
An official endorsement on a document or passport denoting that the bearer may proceed
approve officially; "The list of speakers must be visaed"
VISA cards, a product of VISA USA, are distributed by financial institutions around the world A VISA card holder borrows money against a credit line and repays those funds with interest if the balance is carried over from month to month in a revolving line of credit Nearly 600 million cards carry one of the Visa brands, and more than 14 million locations accept Visa cards
provide (a passport) with a visa
A visa is a stamp placed in your passport by a U S consulate outside of the U S All visas serve as U S entry documents Visas can be designated as either immigrant or nonimmigrant Immigrant visas are issued to those who will live in the U S permanently and get green cards Everyone else gets nonimmigrant visas Except for a few types of visa renewals, visas cannot be issued inside American borders, and so you must be outside the U S to get a visa
The contractor for UW business travel charge accounts
Permission to present oneself at a U S border to ask for entry The decision to let a foreign visitor entered is made by the immigration officer at the point of entry
An invoice properly validated by the Minister of Trade in regard to quota entries
Don't leave home without it, since it's what gives you written permission to travel in someone else's country
a document or stamp which indicates the terms of your entry into another country eg , a student visa allows you to enter the country as a student
Visa card
A credit card by the credit card company Visa
Visa cards
plural form of Visa card
visa run
A brief trip across a visited country's border in order to "restart the clock" on one's visa upon returning, where it would otherwise have expired

there are even travel agents who specialise in arranging visa runs.

visa versa
Common misspelling of vice versa
Visa card
a type of credit card (=plastic card used to obtain goods and services, which the buyer pays for later) which can be used all over the world
tourist visa
A document that allows a limited period of leisure travel within a country, but no business activity
entrance visa
endorsement on a passport permitting entrance to a country
entry visa
endorsement on a passport permitting entrance to a country
exit visa
An exit visa is an official stamp in someone's passport, or an official document, which allows them to leave the country that they are visiting or living in
exit visa
authorization on a passport permitting the bearer to leave a country
return visa
permission to return
transit visa
a visa (=special document) that allows someone to pass through one country on their way to another
plural of visa
Türkisch - Englisch
visa d
d visa
visa kartıma koyun
Put it on my Visa



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈvēzə/ /ˈviːzə/


    () From 1831, "official signature or endorsement on a passport," from French visa, from Latin charta visa (meaning "paper that has been seen") from feminine perfect passive of Latin videre ("to see").


    visas, visaing, visaed

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    visa versa

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