A business visa is a visa stamp allowing an individual to perform limited business functions.
This visa can’t be used in a situation that resembles work.
The activities that constitute “business” vary by country and determining the line between business and work requires a professional legal analysis.
Limited business functions include:
> meeting and greeting clients
> attending business meetings
> attending a conference or training session
The destination country and the traveler’s nationality impacts whether the individual is required to obtain an actual stamp in their passport to enter a country for business purposes.
Many countries have a visa waiver program that covers a select list of nationalities. Others may offer a “visa on arrival,” which is generally issued at the airport in a matter of moments for a nominal fee, if any.