Are you looking to apply for your child’s Schengen Visa? Or, do you want to travel alone or with friends to Europe, but you’re still a minor? In that case, you need additional supporting documents to submit with your Schengen Visa application. In this post, we share everything you need
Before applying for a Schengen Visa, many readers contact us asking, “Do I need to submit the original copies of the documents to the Embassy?”. There’s a cloud of confusion around the Schengen Visa certified vs. original documents, particularly because the Embassies and Consulates do not provide any information on
If you need to apply for a Schengen Visa before travelling to Europe, it can be difficult to know how far in advance you have to prepare and submit your application. In fact, one of the most important questions that we always get is “How long does the Schengen Visa
In recent years, medical tourism in Europe has experienced exponential growth. In fact, research reveals that health tourism comprises around 5% of all tourism in Europe. If you’re travelling to Europe to seek medical care but aren’t sure whether you need to apply for a Schengen Visa beforehand, or what
Are you travelling to the Schengen Area as the spouse or core family member of an EU citizen? In that case, you might have lots of questions concerning the Schengen Visa requirements for spouses or family members. You might even ask yourself, “Do I actually need a Visa to travel
As Schengen Visa experts, readers often ask us questions such as, “What are the hardest countries to get a Schengen Visa?” or “What embassies should I avoid submitting my application to?”. So, we decided to write this post because we want to clear up an important point and bring a
So you’ve decided to travel to Europe, but don’t know what Schengen countries are the easiest to apply for a Schengen Visa. First, the basics: when applying for a Schengen Visa, the requirements are roughly the same, whichever Embassy you use. However, the rejection rates differ from country to country.
One of the most common questions we get from our readers is, “Can I apply for a Schengen Visa if I am unemployed?”. The short answer is that it’s possible. You can apply for a Schengen Visa even if you are unemployed. Schengen Visas are not exclusively for employed applicants
Collecting the required documents and applying for a Schengen Visa are the most stressful parts of travelling to Europe. From figuring out what type of Visa you should apply for to identifying the right documents to submit based on your personal situation, the Schengen Visa application can become a long,
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