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Schengen Visa Application

The Schengen Visa Application Guide is a step-by-step guide to help you file your own Schengen Visa application without the use of a travel agent or immigration lawyer. Every important aspect of the Schengen Visa process is included in the application guide.

Schengen Visa Application Procedure

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  1. Read the instructions carefully
  2. Check if you meet the requirements
  3. Gather the required documents
  4. Submit the application to the appropriate Embassy or Consulate
  5. If your application is approved, the visa will be issued by Embassy or Consulate where you applied
  6. If your application is not approved, please attached additional documentation and re-submit your Schengen application
  7. Travel to Europe with you Schengen Visa

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Schengen Visa Facts

The Schengen Visa covers visits of up to 90 days in any 180-day period, enabling visitors to travel freely between its member countries for visits, tourism and business. It is currently only applicable in full for the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, but changes are likely in the near future.

Applicants are not automatically granted a Schengen Visa. If an application is denied, the applicant will be notified of the reason on a standard form. It will explain why the visa application was denied, along with the procedures and deadlines that need to be met should an appeal be considered appropriate.

Any Schengen Visa application must be made to the embassy of the country that will be your main destination, i.e. the country you will spend the most time in. If you are spending the same number of days in more than one country, you should apply for a Schengen Visa for the first country you will visit, as explained in the Schengen Application Guide.

Reasons for the initial refusal of a visa may be that additional documents are required, or, depending on the reason for your visit, you may need to send in different documentation. In some cases, additional permits are required as well as the Schengen Visa. As each case is different, it is advisable to get additional information directly from the appropriate Embassy where the visa application will be processed. Generally, visa applications are processed within 15 days, but for some nationalities it can take up to 30 days.

The Schengen Visa covers short visits, tourism and business trips but if you need other types of visa, such as student, transit, working, residency or longer business trips, these still remain subject to the immigration legislation of the country you are visiting. is an information website not affiliated with any Consulate, Embassy or the European Union.