Planning a family holiday to one of the Schengen countries? Here's the easiest way to get your Schengen Visa. You can now begin your application for a Schengen Tourist Visa online.
This visa includes of following things and read terms and conditions.
Any person with all the required documentations and adequate bank balance to cover the stay expenses can apply for a Schengen visa.
A single-entry visa allows you to enter the Schengen area only once and is valid for a particular period of time. As soon as you exit the Schengen area, the visa expires. A multiple-entry visa allows you to travel in and out of the Schengen area until the visa expires.
Yes. You can travel within the Schengen area, as long as you don’t exceed the time frame mentioned in your visa.
It takes around 10 - 15 working days for processing a visa under regular circumstances.
Yes. Both parents/guardians have to sign the application form. In case they are divorced/separated, and they share custody of the child, then both the parents have to sign. In case, only one parent has custody of the child, that parent will have to sign on the application form.
Minors will require the following documents:
1. Birth certificate
2. Application form duly signed by both the parents
3. In a situation where one parent has the child’s custody, a family court order has to be attached
4. If the minor is travelling alone, a notarised parental authorisation has to be signed either by both the parents or the legal guardians
No. This is a non-refundable administration fee.