|Requirements for a Business Visa for Pakistan|
|Passport||Valid for a minimum of six months beyond intended stay and have at least two blank pages.|
|Twelve months validity may be required if you are applying for a 12 month multiple entry visa.|
|We can process routine or urgent Same Day Passport applications directly at Her Majesty's Passport Office.|
|Forms||1 x application form per traveller. Ensure all questions are answered and the form is signed|
|1 x Supplementary form per traveller, available upon request.|
|Photo||2 x Passport sized photos per traveller|
|Other Documents||As advised by the embassy|
|Company Letter||from your U.K. company.
A specimen letter (or the specific information required in the letter) is available following receipt of your order.
|Business Invitation||to you from the Company or Organisation in Pakistan who are inviting you to visit.|
|Itinerary||Evidence of Accommodation: hotel confirmation or written proof of accommodation arrangements in Pakistan.
Return ticket or Official travel Itinerary from carrier or tour company
|Evidence of funds||3 x copies of Current account bank statements from last 3 months|
|Proof of UK residence||in the form of UK driving licence, utility bills, etc|
|Passport||Copy of passport information pages|
|Our Order Form||This also helps our efficiency as it is a check list component for both you and our staff|
|Self-addressed envelope||Self-addressed envelope|
|Payment||Complete the order form and either send the documents to us or bring them into the office. Once we received your paperwork we will email you an invoice that can be paid by direct transfer. To see how the total cost of your visa application is calculated, click here.|
|Travel arrangements should not be confirmed until a visa is obtained. Forms & Requirements for a Visa for Pakistan ~ updated 18th September 2019|
|Visa World use their best efforts to provide correct information but as accuracy and completeness of consular regulations cannot be guaranteed the information that is supplied should not be regarded as authoritative.|