Dental and eye care, in particular, are highly expensive in other countries. Getting a comprehensive body checkup before leaving is a good idea. Also, make sure you meet the country’s vaccine requirements, which you may find out about, and begin early. You can bring certain basic medicines with you that are pricey in other countries.
Learn how to prepare staples like dal, rice, and veggies. You can bring a 3 to 7 liters pressure cooker, as well as some traditional masala and spices. However, many of these items are readily available worldwide.
- Photocopy of your passport
- Photocopy of your VISA
- Plane tickets
- ID card (citizenship original)
- Valid Driving license (Original and copies)
- Passport size photos (for future use)
- Original copy of Academic documents
- Original Marksheets of SEE, +2, Graduation level
- Letters of Recommendations
- Experience letters, if any.
- Marksheets for the PTE and IELTS tests
- Immunization records
- Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination
- Recent RT-PCR test report (not more than 24 hours early)
Each check-in bag’s overall linear dimensions should not exceed 158 cm. The total weight must be between 20 and 25 kg. This, too, varies depending on the flight. You are only allowed to bring one handbag with you. Hand luggage should not exceed a certain weight limit, which is normally 5 to 10 kg. You can share your luggage with someone under the limit if you’re traveling with a group of pals. Locks approved by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are required.
- Confirmation of Enrollment (COE) and other university documents
- Transcripts of the Original