The Visa Quest
1. An endorsement made in a passport that allows the bearer to enter the country issuing it.
1. The act of searching for something.
Last Wednesday we went to the Consulate of Brazil. We were there for approximately 45 minutes (we arrived 20 minutes early to our appointment) and were turned away with a new list of things to do, the list includes but is not limited to the following:
- Photocopy every page of your passport, including the outside of our passport, get it notarized, then go to the county clerk where that notary is registered and have them confirm that the notary is a legitimate notary. Then proceed to the Post Office and purchase a money order for $20. The passport is now finished, repeat the same steps for every document that must be notarized, four more documents a piece and you are finished with that.