The Royal Mount Vema Department of Foreign Affairs, also known as the Royal Department announced today that as of March 1st 2019, it will issue regular travel advice to be made available to Mount Vema citizens and companies on every country and territory.
The travel advice is to help Mount Vema nationals make their own informed decisions about overseas travel, as more citizens overseas are expected to travel on regular basis each year visiting or seeking investment opportunities. The information will be provided on neutral basis to advise against travel to countries or regions where risks of civil unrest, natural disasters, diseases and terrorism are high.
Another issue is the Mount Vema passport which is already widely accepted as a valid government issued identification, especially by a growing number of businesses across the world, however travel is not as simple yet. Although the Foreign Department sees this as a temporary issue, Mount Vema nationals must be aware that because Mount Vema is not yet listed as an ISO listed country, citizens are advised to check first before travelling on Mount Vema passports to some destinations.
Every country has a different entry requirement. In countries where visa is required, Mount Vema nationals must get a valid visa and/or work permit before travelling, and should apply several weeks before the intended travel date. However, in some countries Mount Vema passport holders don’t need a visa to enter as a tourist. On presentation of a valid Mount Vema passport you will normally be granted a 90-day stay in the country, as long as the passport is valid for the proposed duration of stay, but the Foreign Department advises citizens to always have a proof of return travel.
Rules for Entry
The authorities in the country or territory you’re travelling to are responsible for setting and enforcing the rules for entry. If you’re unclear about any aspect of the entry requirements, or you need further reassurance, you’ll need to contact the embassy or consulate of the country or territory you’re travelling to. You should also consider checking with your transport provider or travel company to make sure your passport and other travel documents meet their requirements.
General Travel Advice
The advice according to the Royal Department will include countries where consular support is not available, but it is safe to travel, as well as countries where the department will advise against all travel. This is because the level of consular assistance which can be provided is extremely limited including health insurance cover. In these countries the Diplomatic and Consular services will not be able to accept registrations from Mount Vema nationals or monitor their safety. Some of these countries also have a high threat of kidnapping, and it is not His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government policy to pay ransoms to anyone, so these countries must be avoided.