However, the Aragonese has many proposals on the table. Among his suitors are also the Leganes and the Eintracht, who trust to convince him. Vallejo is still in Wolverhampton waiting for his future to be resolved and, after his failed assignment in the Premier, he does not want to rush into the decision. He will study all the proposals and go hand in hand with Madrid, as he has done in his previous assignments. What is totally decided is that will not follow in the Premier: change club in this market and only shuffle play in Spain or Germany.Until 2025Madrid, meanwhile, put on the table the option of breaking the transfer so that the player has minutes because They believe a lot in their potential. A confidence they showed last summer, when they extended the contract of the Aragonese power station until 2025 before assigning it. They believe that in the future they will be an important player in the first white team (they have just turned 23) and that is why they want to succeed in this new assignment so as not to stop their formation. Granada is the best placed club to get the assignment of Jesús Vallejo for the remaining six months of the season. As AS advanced on December 30, Madrid will break its current assignment at Wolverhampton after the little prominence that Nuno has given him in the first leg of the season (he has not played for more than two months). The Wolves coach himself confirmed the news shortly after: “Vallejo can leave in January, this has not worked,” he said.In Granada they are optimistic because They can guarantee the player the minutes he does not have in England. In addition, they consider that their adaptation would be immediate, something fundamental for the player, who does not want to miss the train of the Olympic Games (he will be the captain of La Rojita in Tokyo). These factors place him, today, as the best placed club to get the loan.
Indian travelers planning to visit the United States this summer should apply early for U.S. visa, the U.S. embassy in New Delhi said on April 17, citing heavy demand for visas currently.Applicants across India may now have to wait for 30 days or more for a visa interview appointment to become available. The embassy said that it expected the wait time to continue to be long for the next few months.“The Indian mission’s non immigrant visa workload is one of the largest in the world, processing over a million visas a year. In the last five years, the demand for visas to travel to the United States has increased by over 60 percent,” the embassy said in the statement.The U.S. embassy and its consulates in Indian cities like Hyderabad, Chennai, and Mumbai are constantly working to improve service and meet demand, it added, saying that applicants should be aware of the fact that summer is a peak travel season and there will be delays in getting visa appointments. It advised travelers to apply early to avoid potential delays.“Applicants are also reminded to beware of scams and fraud. The only way to get a visa is through official channels. Someone can either apply and have an interview at a U.S. embassy or consulate, or if they have had a visa before and meet certain criteria, they may qualify to have their visa renewed,” the statement said.Anyone claiming to guarantee a visa in exchange for a fee is attempting to defraud an applicant, it warned, asking applicants to apply in the right manner. Currently, the consular sections in India are only able to expedite visa appointments for emergencies.The U.S. embassy also took to the social media to ask Indian travelers not to wait for the last minute to apply for visas.Visiting the U.S.? Visa interview wait times are 30 days or more. Don’t wait until the last minute. Apply early! https://t.co/7M8Nz7XECr pic.twitter.com/9ty2Og45X5— U.S. Embassy India (@USAndIndia) April 18, 2018In November last year, Indian tourists were ranked sixth when it came to spending time and money in the United States. Indian tourists spent more time during their stay in America as compared to U.S. citizens visiting India.“India ranks 11th in the United States in terms of number of visitors but in terms of tourism export market, it ranks 6th because there is a trend of Indian visitors staying much longer duration there,” Jonathan Ward, Principal Commercial Officer at the U.S. Consulate General in Kolkata, said at the 6th edition of Travel East conference organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Nov. 23, 2017. “So, an average Indian tourist tends to spend more during his or her trip to the United States,” Ward added. Related ItemsTourismUnited States