National R.O.S.E. Month on June, 2018: What countries can someone with a Seychelles national passport, visit without a visa?
June, 2018 is National R.O.S.E. Month 2018. June Events June is National Rose Month
Visa-free tourist travel for passport holders of the Seychelles [d=days; m=month(s)]:
Algeria (3m); Andorra¹ (90d); Anguilla (3m); Antigua & Barbuda (1m); Aruba (30d);
Austria¹ (3m); Bahamas (3m); Bangladesh (90d); Barbados (6m); Belgium¹ (3m);
Belize (1m); Bermuda (6m); Botswana (90d); Bulgaria (90d); Cayman Islands (6m);
Cook Island (31d); Costa Rica (30d); Cote d’Ivore (3m); Croatia (90d); Curacao (3m);
Cyprus (90d); Czech Republic¹ (3m); Denmark¹ (3m); Dominica (6m); Ecuador (90d);
Estonia¹ (3m); Fiji (4m); Finland¹ (3m); France¹ (3m); French Guiana (3m);
French Polynesia (3m); French West Indies (3m); F.Y.R.o.M. (90d); Georgia (360d);
Germany¹ (3m); Gibraltar (90d); Greece¹ (3m); Grenada (3m); Haiti (3m); Hong Kong (3m);
Hungary¹ (3m); Iceland¹ (3m); Ireland (90d); Italy¹ (3m); Jamaica (6m); Kenya (3m);
Kiribati (30d); Korea [South] (30d); Latvia¹ (3m); Lesotho (90d); Liechtenstein¹ (3m);
Lithuania¹ (3m); Luxembourg¹ (3m); Macao SAR (30d); Malawi (90d); Malaysia (1m);
Malta¹ (3m); Mauritius (60d); Mayotte (3m); Micronesia (30d); Monaco¹ (3m);
Montenegro (90d); Montserrat (3m); Mozambique (30d); Netherlands¹ (3m);
New Caledonia (3m); Nigeria (90d); Niue (30d); Norway¹ (3m); Philippines (21d);
Poland¹ (3m); Portugal¹ (3m); Reunion (3m); Romania (90d); San Marino¹ (90d);
Serbia (90d); Singapore (30d); Slovakia¹ (3m); Slovenia¹ (3m); South Africa (30d);
Spain¹ (3m); St. Kitts & Nevis (3m); St. Lucia (6w); St. Vincent & the Grenadines (1m);
Swaziland (30d); Sweden¹ (3m); Switzerland¹ (3m); Trinidad & Tobago (3m); Tunisia (3m);
Turks & Caicos Islands (30d); Uganda (6m); United Kingdom (6m); Uruguay (3m);
Vanuatu (30d); Vatican City¹ (3m); Zambia (90d)
[¹ = the stay of 3 months per semester applies to the entire Schengen area (25 European countries and 5 micro-states surrounded by Schengen countries)]
Visa issue on arrival without prior formalities required:
Bolivia (30d, US$52); Burundi (1m, US$90); Cambodia (30d, $20); Cape Verde (€25);
Central African Republic (XAF 20,000 – 30,000); Comores, Cuba (tourist card required);
Djibuti (1m, DJF 10,000); Dominican Republic (Tourist Card, 30d, $15); Egypt (30d, $15);
Gambia; Jordan (JOD 20); Laos (30d, $30); Madagascar (90d, MGA 140,000);
Maldives (30d); Nauru (free); Nepal (90d, $25-$100); Oman (1m, OMR20);
Palau (30d, $50); Samoa (60d); Sri Lanka (30d); Tanzania; Timor Leste (1m, $30);
Togo (7d, extensible); Tonga (31d, free); Tuvalu (1m); Zimbabwe (3m)
Why is "Black History Month such a big deal?
Who is they? I mean this quite seriously.
The pronoun "they" when unattributed is a red flag that someone thinks of themselves as a powerless victim of the system.
In the case of Black History Month, the "they" is a "he": Carter G. Woodson.
"What we now call Black History Month was originated in 1926 by Carter Godwin Woodson as Negro History Week. The month of February was selected in deference to Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln who were both born in that month.
The son of a slave, Carter G. Woodson was born in New Canton, Virginia on December 19, 1875. He began high school at the age of 20 and then proceeded to study at Berea College, the University of Chicago, the Sorbonne, and Harvard University, where he earned a Ph.D. in 1912.
Carter G. Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History in 1915 to train Black historians and to collect, preserve, and publish documents on Black life and Black people. He also founded the Journal of Negro History (1916), Associated Publishers (1922), and the Negro Bulletin (1937). Woodson spent his life working to educate all people about the vast contributions made by Black men and women throughout history. Mr. Woodson died on April 3, 1950 and Black History Month is his legacy.
Carter G. Woodson, however, would be sad to know that out of all the hundreds of Black men and women who produced so many substantial inventions (from the development of crop rotation, the traffic light, the mail box, gas mask, fountain pen, typewriter, telegraph, golf tee, automatic gear shift, commode toilet--- to the method of dry cleaning clothes, the electric lamp, and the automatic car coupler and air brake for the railroad) benefiting this country, only four Black inventors have been inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio. "
Text By Frankie Cox for the United States Patent and Trademark Office
BTW the **** word is historical word " N E G R O "
I AM SLOVENIA NATIONAL HAVING UAE RESIDANCE VISA WANT TO GO TO OMAN DO I NEED OMAN VISA?
You can get an Entry Visa for Foreigners Residing in the G.C.C. Countries on arrival; fee R.O. 5.
This is issued to residents of any GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Countries, valid for 28 days. Passengers must arrive directly from any GCC county. Restrictions apply to non-degree related professions e.g. (labourers, carpenters).
Should you hold a non-degree related profession Residence Visa you can still get a 1 month tourist visa on arrival based on your Slovenian passport; fee R.O. 20.