One thing humanitarians know from working abroad is how complicated bureaucracy can be. Traveling from one place to another requires a whole lot of paperwork and proper preparation. Waiting in an immigration line can be frustrating at best, but when you are a humanitarian aid worker on a tourist visa, there’s also always the risk that a vigilant immigration officer starts wondering why you have been visiting the country so often lately.Travel Tips For Obtaining The Right DocumentsTo gain entry into a foreign country, the government issues a travel visa that provides permission for you. Not every country requires a travel visa, and it is your responsibility as a humanitarian aid worker to determine whether or not a travel visa is needed for your upcoming humanitarian trip. Try this quick check to see the travel visa requirements for a particular location.