What is the difference between visa and discover?
The major difference between Visa and Discover is that Visa is accepted in more places. They are both credit cards, both with their own perks.
There is not much difference and there is a LOT of difference! A visa number is assigned to a person entering the USA. It later can become his/her Resident Alien number if alien status is granted. An alien number (usually from your visa number) is assigned to you when you have been granted legal Resident Alien status.
Currently, Sam's Club only accepts Discover, Mastercard, and Visa Debit. Visa Credit-only cards are not accepted to to a cost per transaction problem. I personally find this odd when most everyone takes Visa at 55% of the Market share. Discover only seems to have 5% but Sam's Club seems to be quite partial to their partners at GE Money. They do take Visa Credit at there gas pumps.
It depends on your citizenship. If your citizenship required visa for entering Vietnam then you should apply visa for your children if they have their own passport. For Vietnam visa on arrival, children must apply for approved letter to get visa on arrival at Vietnam airport as adults but they will not pay stamp fee if they are in same passport with parents. For any visa related queries, visit Visa-vietnam.org/
Well, i think it is because its the difference =t/3of the space comunity\ so the anser is: Credit visa debit cards are accepted and are easier to transfer amounts from bank to card, or card to card. Mastercard-wich i own, is a little difficult to get transfered with banks. It also is quite a hassle. So, in my opinion, go for visa!
First of all, the term "waiver" comes up in Immigration law more than once and, in more than one case the term is related to a visa. Most commonly, "visa waiver" and "waiver of inadmissibility." There is a difference between a visa waiver and a waiver of inadmissibility. A visa waiver applies when a qualifying alien comes to the United States without formally applying for a waiver at a US consulate.
Both B1 and B2 are visas for temporary stay in US. The B1 visa is business visa and can be used by the applicant to travel to US for business related issues. The B2 visa is tourist visa and the applicant can visit places and must have entered US only for touring purposes. No activities of any financial gain must be carried out during visit by the tourist visa holder. Both B1 and B2 visa…