What are Cookies?

Like other professional web platforms, our website uses “cookies,” or small bits of data. Cookies access the user’s device when he or she enters a given web page. The objective of cookies is to provide a record of the user’s behavior, including preferences and patterns, so that the website is able to offer more relative, personalized information to each user.

Cookies play a significant role in the user experience of a site. There are many reasons why cookies are used. We use cookies to learn about how a user behaves on our website helping us spot aspects that can be improved. Cookies allow our website to remember information about your visit that may make your next visit easier.

Cookies on this Website

The services offered by our website require our users to fill out an eVISA application form. Cookies then save your profile’s information so that you won’t have to reenter anything that has already been submitted, which saves you time and increases accuracy.
For an enhanced user experience, we let you choose the language in which you’d like to complete the application. We use cookies to save your preferences so that the website will always see our website in your preferred language.

Some of the cookies we use include technical cookies, personalization cookies, and analytical cookies. What is the difference? A technical cookie is the kind that allows you to navigate through a web page. A personalization cookie, on the other hand, lets you access our service based on predefined criteria in your terminal. An analytical cookie has more to do with the impact users have on our site. These kind of cookies allow us to measure how users behave on our webpage and obtain analytical data about this behaviour.

Third-party cookies

We sometimes use cookies that have been provided to us by secure third parties. One example is Google Analytics, one of the most trusted analytical solutions available online. This third-party cookie helps us get a better grasp as to how users use our website, which in turn allows us to think of new ways to improve your user experience. Cookies also keep track of how long you spend on specific page(s) and provide information regarding the pages you visit, links you follow, etc. These analytics then allow us to write more relevant, helpful content for our clients., uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. with headquarters in the United States, located at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043. For the provision of these services, they use cookies that collect information, including the user’s IP address, which will be transmitted, processed and stored by Google in the terms set forth on the website. Including the possible transmission of such information to third parties for reasons of legal requirement or when said third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Through Google Analytics we are able to identify how much time you spend on the site and other aspects that can help us improve our service.

Disabling Cookies

If you disable cookies, this means that you will also turn off many features of the website. Because of this we recommend that you do not disable cookies. But if you wish to disable cookies anyway, you can do so by accessing your browser’s settings menu.

NOTE: If you disable cookies, this will have an effect on the experience you have on this website as well as in terms of its functionality.