Aerionian visas

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Aerionian Visas are issued by the local consulate or in absent of one by the Bureau of Consular Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Bureau of Consular Affairs has a website that visas may be ordered on, but the citizen must have valid electronic proof of identity and all documentation ready. It is most likely that some forms will need faxed as well. The citizen must also have obtained an passport from their government prior to applying for the visa, and submit proof of that.


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Page 1 of the Basic Non-Immigrant Visa Application


Aerionian Visas contain a thin secure chip that will contain your information submitted for the duration of your stay. This is to confirm your identity and prevent falsification of papers.

A-1 Visas are Diplomatic Visas usually entailing Diplomatic immunity. They are also the visa issued to Heads of State while in Aerion.

Visa Classifications

A-1 Foreign government officials and families: ambassadors, public ministers, career diplomats, or consular officers
A-2 Foreign government officials and families: other foreign government officials or employees
A-3 Foreign government officials and families: attendants, servants, or personal employees of A-1 and A-2 classes
B-1 Temporary visitors: for business
B-2 Temporary visitors: for pleasure
C-1 Transit aliens: aliens in transit
C-2 Transit aliens: foreign government officials and families in transit
E-1 Treaty traders and investors
F-1 Students and exchange visitors: academic students
F-2 Students and exchange visitors: spouses and children of academic students
G-1 Temporary workers and trainees: specialty occupations
H-1 Temporary workers and trainees: seasonal agricultural workers
H-2 Temporary workers and trainees: seasonal nonagricultural workers
H-3 Temporary workers and trainees: industrial trainees
H-4 Temporary workers and trainees: spouses and children of H-1, H-2, and H-3 workers
I-1 Representatives of foreign information media (Political)
I-2 Representatives of foreign information media
I-3 Families of I-1 and I-2
J-1 Students and exchange visitors: exchange visitors
J-2 Students and exchange visitors: spouses and children of exchange visitors
K-1 fiances(ees) of Aerion citizens
K-2 children of fiances(ees) of Aerion citizens
K-3 spouses Aerion citizens, visa pending
K-4 children of Aerion citizens, visa pending
L-1 Intracompany transferees: principals
L-2 Intracompany transferees: spouses and children of intracompany transferees
M-1 Students and exchange visitors: vocational students
M-2 Students and exchange visitors: spouses and children of vocational students
O-1 Temporary workers and trainees: extraordinary ability or achievement
O-2 Temporary workers and trainees: accompanying and assisting in performance of O-1 workers
O-3 Temporary workers and trainees: spouses and children of O-1 and O-2 workers
P-1 Temporary workers and trainees: internationally recognized athletes or entertainers
P-2 Temporary workers and trainees: artists or entertainers in reciprocal exchange programs
P-3 Temporary workers and trainees: artists or entertainers in culturally unique programs
P-4 Temporary workers and trainees: spouses and children of P-1, P-2, and P-3 workers
Q-1 Temporary workers and trainees: workers in international cultural exchange programs
R-1 spouses of permanent residents, visa pending
R-2 children of permanent residents, visa pending
R-3 dependents of V-1 and V-2, visa pending
WB Temporary visitors: visa waiver, business
WT Temporary visitors: visa waiver, pleasure