What is understood as Cookies
We confirm this is a website that is using cookies, similar to the majority of professional web platforms, to enhance the user experience while browsing this website.
“Cookies” is normally known as small pieces of data. When an user is entering to one specific website, cookies are allowing to access the user’s device. The aim of these pieces, or cookies, is to record the user behavior during the browsing on the given web page, such as preferences and patterns, so that the site is able to offer more specific and personalized relative information to each user.
Cookies are nowadays playing a significant role in the user experience of a website. One of the most important reasons for using cookies is to learn about how a user behaves on one website helping us to identify new parts of the website that should be improved. Cookies are allowing our website to remember information about your visit that may make your next visit easier.
Cookies on this web
The main service we are offering in our website is requiring to fill out a Visa application form. Cookies will be able to save the information of your browsing so your profile will not have to reenter anything that has already been submitted. Thanks to the Cookies this process is allowing to save time and provides accuracy.
Furthermore, for achieving a better user experience we can provide you the option of choosing the preferred language in which you are most interested to complete the final application. In order keep having your browsing preferences displayed, so that you always see the web in your preferred language, we are using cookies.
Most of the cookies we are using include analytical cookies, technical cookies, and personalization cookies. In order to identify them properly, we will explain here the difference. A technical cookie is the kind of cookie that allows you to navigate through a web page. A personalization cookie is the one that is letting you access our service based on predefined criteria in your terminal. Finally, an analytical cookie has more to do with the impact users have on our site and is allowing us to measure this impact. These kind of cookies allow us to measure how users behave on our webpage and obtain analytical data about this behaviour.
Third party cookies
We are also confirming that we will use third party cookies. An example of such use is the Google Analytics cookies, that are useful to have some feedback about how users are browsing our website and is helping us to improve the user experience.
Cookies are tracking many different values of the user browsing as the average time you have spent on a specific page(s), the pages they have visited, the images they have zoomed, links you have clicked on, etc. Such analytics allow us to produce more relevant and helpful content for our users.
If you want to disable your cookies you should know that this is meaning you will disable many important website features too. For this reason, we strongly recommend not to disable the cookies.
However, should you wish to proceed forward and disable your cookies, you can do so from the settings menu of your browser.
Note: Disabling the cookies will have an effect on your on-site experience as well as the site’s functionality.