Schenghen Tourist Visa


  • Valid International Passport

  • Visa Application Form

  • Recent Passport-Sized Photos

  • Proof of Travel Arrangements/Itinery

  • Proof of Accommodation

  • Travel Insurance

  • Sponsorship/Invitation Letter

  • Proof of Financial Means

For Minors: Consent letter from parents or legal guardians, as well as their own valid passports. For Non-Employed or Self-Employed: Additional financial documentation to establish stability..

EU tourist visas, also known as Schengen visas, are travel documents that allow non-EU citizens to enter and travel within the Schengen Area for tourism or leisure purposes. The Schengen Area comprises 26 European countries, including popular destinations like France, Italy, Spain, and Germany.

Duration of Stay:

Schengen tourist visas typically allow visitors to stay in the Schengen Area for up to 90 days within a 180-day period. This means you have a total of 90 days to explore the Schengen countries, but you must be mindful of not exceeding this limit within a rolling 180-day window.

Multiple or Single Entry:

Schengen tourSchengen tourist visas can be issued as either single-entry or multiple-entry. A single-entry visa allows one entry and exit within the specified period. A multiple-entry visa allows for multiple entries and exits during the visa's validity.

Visa Processing Time

The processing time for a Schengen tourist visa can vary depending on the consulate or embassy, the applicant's nationality, and the time of year. It's advisable to apply well in advance of your intended travel dates, as processing times may take several weeks

Visa Validity Period

The validity period of a Schengen tourist visa begins from the date of issuance, not from the date of entry. It's crucial to plan your travel accordingly to ensure you use the visa within its specified validity period.

Travel Insurance Requirements

Travel insurance is a mandatory requirement for Schengen tourist visas. The insurance should cover medical emergencies, hospitalization, and repatriation for a minimum coverage of €30,000.

Extension of Stay

Extending a Schengen tourist visa is usually not possible. Once the 90-day limit is reached, you must leave the Schengen Area and remain outside for at least 90 days before re-entering. It's important to remember that specific requirements and procedures may vary between Schengen countries. Therefore, it's highly recommended to consult the official website of the consulate or embassy of the country you intend to visit for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding visa application procedures and requirements.

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