Passport and Visa
A passport is a document issued by a sovereign state to its citizens that allows them to leave and enter the country, and certifies their nationality and identity when traveling abroad.The personal identity information in the passport must be fully consistent with the contents of the holder's ID card or household register. Holders must ensure that the information in their passport is true and accurate in order for their trip to run smoothly.
Children and infants under two years of age are also required to show their passport.
Some countries or regions require the traveler's passport to have three months to six months of validity beyond the date of travel.
A visa is a permit issued by the authorized agencies of a government, in accordance with the host country's laws and regulations, to foreign citizens applying to enter, exit from or transit through the host country's territory.Based on the principles of international law, any sovereign state is entitled to decide on whether or not to allow a foreign citizen to enter or exit from its territory, and whether to issue a visa, decline a visa application or cancel an issued visa in accordance with its national laws.
Visa information by country: