Business Visas

Welcome to TTK Visas, your trusted partner for securing business visas to facilitate your professional endeavors abroad. We understand the importance of seamless business travel and international opportunities, and we are here to guide you through the process of obtaining the right business visa, ensuring your international business plans thrive.

Business Visa

Types of Business Visas

Business Visitor Visa:

For entrepreneurs, professionals, and business travelers seeking meetings, conferences, or exploration of business opportunities abroad.

Investor Visa:

For individuals looking to invest in foreign businesses or startups, with the goal of contributing to the economy of the host country.

Work Permit Visa:

For employees transferred to international branches or companies, allowing them to work legally in their host country.

Business Owner Visa:

For entrepreneurs looking to establish and manage their own businesses in foreign countries.

Our Services

Visa Consultation:

We provide comprehensive consultations to assess your eligibility and recommend the most suitable business visa type for your international business travel needs.

Document Preparation:

Our experts assist in preparing all necessary business documents, ensuring they meet the specific requirements of your chosen destination.

Visa Application Assistance:

We guide you through the business visa application process, helping you complete forms accurately and assemble the required supporting materials.

Visa Extensions:

If you wish to extend your stay for business-related purposes, we assist you in renewing or extending your business visa.

Why Choose Us

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Pursuing Business Opportunities Abroad

International business travel offers unparalleled opportunities for networking, market expansion, and cross-cultural collaboration. It allows you to tap into new markets, explore partnerships, and advance your career or business goals on a global scale.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


A business visa is a type of visa that allows individuals to travel to a foreign country for business-related activities, such as meetings, negotiations, conferences, and training, without engaging in actual employment.

The need for a business visa depends on your nationality and the specific visa policies of the country you plan to visit.

Generally, no. Business visas are not intended for gainful employment but for business-related activities. Different countries have specific rules regarding work permissions.

The duration of stay on a business visa varies by country and the specific type of visa issued, but it's usually limited to the duration of your business activities.

Generally No. Attending business meetings or conferences may be allowed on a tourist visa in some cases. However, it's essential to check the visa regulations of the host country for specific details.

Business visas are typically issued for the individual traveler. If family members plan to accompany you, they may need separate visas, such as tourist or dependent visas.

Some countries require proof of health insurance for business visa applicants. It's advisable to check the specific requirements of the host country. It is generally recommended that you have international health insurance coverage during your overseas travel for any purpose.

Some countries allow extensions for business visas, but it usually involves additional documentation and fees. It is recommended to have a consultation with the host country's immigration authorities or service partner for more details.

If your application is rejected, consult with the embassy or consulate for the specific reason for rejection. You may need to reapply with improved documentation or address the issue mentioned.

Business visas are meant for business-related activities. Engaging in tourism or leisure activities on a business visa may not be permitted in some countries, and it's essential to adhere to the visa's intended purpose.

Changing your visa type while in the host country may not be possible in many cases. You may need to leave the country and apply for a work visa from your home country. Check the host country's regulations or consult with a service partner for more information.