Schengen Visit Visa
In June 1985, seven EU countries signed the Schengen Agreement. The agreement enabled -removal of internal border controls between the Schengen member states, - allowing easy movement within the European Schengen area. It also harmonized the visa obligations between all Schengen member states, - making it - much easier for tourists, students or travelers or businessmen to visit - European countries for a period of less than three months.
As of date, there are 25 member countries such as Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
About The Schengen Visa
The Schengen Visa is issued to any foreign citizen who resides is outside Europe. Schengen enables the passport holder to enter freely into any of the 25 member countries without obtaining a separate visa for each country.
However, if you are willing to reside for a period of longer than three months, the Schengen visa will no longer applies.
Types of Schengen Visa
Regarding the nature/purpose of the travel, there are several types of a Schengen visa issued by the designated embassy/consulate.
1. Types of Schengen Visa 1. Uniform Schengen Visas (USV)
2. Limited Territorial Validity Visas (LTV)
3. National Visas
Schengen Visa Application Steps
Applying for a Schengen Visa:
First Identify the country or countries you will be travelling to. It is particularly important to know which countries you are travelling because it determines where and how you are going to lodge your application.
Second: Appling for a Schengen Visa
Third : Prepare all the requirements for your
Schengen Visa Application. Depending on the consulate or embassy, you may be
required to show the following documents:
A valid national passport
Evidence showing the purpose of your trip (e.g. hotel reservations)
Proof of medical insurance
A round-trip travel ticket
Proof of funds
When applying for a Schengen Visa, the embassy or
consulate requires you to provide current bank statements amongst other
documents. They need to assess whether you have sufficient financial funds to
support you during the duration of your stay.
Fourth: Check the processing time to ensure that you get your Schengen visa on time. The processing time varies depending on embassies, so it is important to take the processing time into account when planning your trip.
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