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Cuba Embassy FAQ
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1.What is the process for obtaining a visa to visit Cuba
The process for obtaining a visa to visit Cuba is to apply for a tourist card through a Cuban embassy or consulate.
2.What are the requirements for obtaining a visa
There are many requirements for obtaining a visa, including proving that you have a reason to travel to the country, having a passport that is valid for at least six months, and having enough money to support yourself during your stay.
3.What are the fees associated with obtaining a visa
There are a variety of fees associated with obtaining a visa. These fees can vary depending on the type of visa you are applying for, as well as the country you are applying from.
4.How long is the visa valid for
The visa is valid for 90 days.
5.Can the visa be extended
Yes, the visa can be extended.
6.What is the process for renewing a visa
The process for renewing a visa is to submit an application for a new visa before the current visa expires.
7.What are the requirements for renewing a visa
The requirements for renewing a visa vary depending on the type of visa you have. However, all visa holders must submit a new application, pay the application fee, and provide updated supporting documents.
8.What are the fees associated with renewing a visa
There are a few different types of fees associated with renewing a visa. These include the application fee, the biometrics fee, and the processing fee.
9.Is there a limit on the number of times a visa can be renewed
There is no limit on the number of times a visa can be renewed.
10.What happens if a visa is not renewed
If a visa is not renewed, the individual will have to leave the country.