Frustrated & Stressed with your Complicated Schengen Visa? This is for you. Did you know that…

Submitting the exact documents based on your personal situation is the key to getting a Schengen visa.

And it’s attainable through the proprietary “Schengen Embassy Requirements Report (SERR)”

We evaluate your personal situation by asking you 7 specific questions: then we provide you a list of requirement documents the Embassy expects based on your situation.

The number one reason your Schengen Visa is refused is due to missing or incorrect requirements documents.

All you need is an expert to review your situation and give you a list of exactly what to include

And today, you get the opportunity for us to review your situation and provide a unique “Schengen Embassy Requirements Report™” (SERR) that is specific to you and at a heavily discounted price.

The process used to create your report was created by an official “Embassy Requirements Reviewer” and has never been made available to the public before… until now.

How Can the “SERR” Help You?

  • Removes the chance of failure due to submitting the incorrect documents, as you get told what documents to submit based on your personal situation

  • No more wasting time or being anxious with trying to become a master of the Schengen Visa

  • Receive the “3-Step Schengen Visa Submission Guide“ FREE

  • Having a Schengen Visa export tell you the exact documents to submit based on your unique situation is the greatest way to increase your chance of Visa approval

The “SERR” Is Different From Everything Else You’ve Seen Before

Unlike all of the generic website information that you have already spent hours reading, watching, making notes on, etc – the “Schengen Embassy Requirements Report™” is unique and tailored specifically for your personal situation.

Yes, we actually ask you questions

Yes, we review your answers

Yes, we tell you EXACTLY what documents you need to submit for your Schengen Visa

Yes, this is not offered anywhere else on the internet

The “SERR” Report is the ONLY affordable service that analyses your situation and gives you a personalized list of requirements documents that is unique to you.

There are over 49 ‘personal variables’ that can influence the documents you need to submit with your Schengen Visa – this means that there are over 5,040 combinations and permutations…

And your Schengen Visa submission needs to match the EXACT ONE (1).

How do you know which “ONE” to submit?

Well, you need to master all of the ‘Personal Variables’ – which include everything from: Visa Class (single entry, multiple, etc), Visa Type (tourist, work, etc), Financial (self, sponsored, etc), Monetary validation, Travel length, Country of Entry, etc, etc

Then, you need to know which requirements to submit that validate each of the ‘Personal Variables’

Then you need to master what to include in each of those documents.

Sound complex?

It can be!

So, why take the chance?

The “SERR” Report removes this confusion, stress and time-wasting because it provides you with the list of requirements and documents based on YOUR PERSONAL SITUATION, not some generic statements.

Imagine being told the answers to an exam or test BEFORE you walk in to take it?

The “SERR” Report is the most affordable way for you to save your time, remove your frustration and finally feel confident with your Schengen Visa application.

Apply for your Schengen Visa without frustration, confusion or wasting time searching the internet.

Get a personalised “Schengen Visa Requirements Report” that Follows the Same Method Embassies Use When Reviewing Your Visa Application

This is a “LIMITED TIME” offer that we regularly turn-off due to our team creating too many personalised SERR reports – so get it while it is available.

Normal Visa consultation to build your “SERR” will cost $97
But today, we have dropped the price (to only $7) and we will create your requirements

Why Do You Need To Use These Schengen Visa Documents and Templates?

Think of your Schengen Visa application as a mathematics test, you would never pass the test unless your teacher spent weeks and months teaching you the principles, calculations, formulas, etc that you need to apply in the test. Then, you go home, read more, practice more, get your teacher to review your answers, and continually improve until you can answer the questions correctly. You are becoming an expert in the field. A Schengen visa application is the same. Unfortunately, you do not have a mathematics teacher to tell you when you are wrong or re-guide you. You are becoming a Schengen Visa expert by reading generic information, making notes, writing documents you have never seen before, reviewing them yourself and then just submitting them… hoping for approval. What if there was a shortcut to becoming an expert.

What if, in the same situation, your mathematics teacher just gave you the questions and answers for the test before you even started – they even gave you all the formulas for you to learn it (if you really want to). Do you think you will pass with a score of 100%? Do you think you will save a lot of time and frustration? And the outcome is still the same: you being successful in your test. Well… this is the same as you getting the “Schengen Visa Documents Pack” We have had thousands of successful Schengen Visa applicants and used all of the documents we wrote to build the perfect set of templates for you to download, put your details into and submit in your Schengen Visa application. No more searching the internet. No more copying and pasting from the internet No more stress asking yourself: “is this even correct?” Just enter your personal details and submit them. Fast, simple and easy!

What is Different About These Templates?

You are right, there are a lot of free templates available on the internet and you are more than welcome to use them.

But how do you know they are going to work? Are you willing to risk your entire trip that costs thousands of dollars to use a template by someone who is not an expert?

If you are not willing to take these chances and want a set of document templates that come with a money back guarantee, purchasing these are right for you.

Just ask yourself the following questions about the other templates you have seen:

  • Are they created manually by a Visa Specialist team?
  • Have they been proven to work for thousands of approved Schengen Visa Applications?
  • Are they based on the same “Systematic Logic Tests (SLT)” that the Embassies and Consulates use to assess your application?
  • Are they tailored specifically for you and your unique need – no matter if you are applying as a child, sponsor, tourism travel, work travel, etc or the country you are applying from?
  • Do they save you from frustration and anxiety of not knowing if your visa will be rejected?
  • Do they GUARANTEE you have the latest and most up to date documents that will lead your successful application?


  • Do they include a 100% Money Back Guarantee if you use their documents in your Schengen Visa application and you were unsuccessful?

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Why Are You Stopping Your Own Visa Application?

Have you been spending weeks already on your Schengen Visa application and not any closer to knowing what to submit? This is extremely common and you are not alone. You, along with most applicants, find yourself in one of four stages of your application, where each stage is holding you back from a successful Schengen Visa application.

Scenario 1 - Confusion & Frustration

You (and probably your travel companions) decided to have a trip to Europe and have probably booked one-way flights, which triggered the need to apply for a Schengen Visa.

All perfect steps so far.

Then, you found out that the internet is full of people sharing their Schengen Visa Application experiences but none of their stories match your situation. Or they seem to share the same story but the documents that recommend you to submit are different and you are no closer to knowing what documents are the right ones for your Schengen Visa Application.

Day after day you feel that your enthusiasm is disappearing and the confusion comes to take its place.

You are waiting for a miracle set of requirements because you feel you cannot trust anybody.

Or, you are a bit further on in your journey…

Scenario 2 - Loneliness & Despair

You never traveled abroad to Europe before and you would like to see the wonderful sites and scenes.

After weeks of research, you have built your list of requirements and think you have it right.

You are confident that you have put together a set of documents for your application.

But, you start asking yourself “Who can I get to check these before I submit them?”

“How do I know if they even look right?”

So, you do what every traveler does and go back to Google looking for any form of validation you can find that says you are right – which unfortunately leads you back to scenario 1 again.

Scenario 3 - Scared & Concerned

You are weeks into your research, your documents, and you feel you have had to spend more time on a Visa than you will actually spend on your trip.

Next up, you need to submit your documents to the Schengen Embassy.

You feel you only have one shot at the Schengen Visa otherwise your travel plans will be ruined and you may lose all the money you spent on flights, hotels, documents, etc.

“What if I get rejected?” you ask yourself.

“I will need to either cancel my trip or rebook and redo all of my documents again”.

You are at a stage where you have hunted the internet to find information, you have built the requirement without any guidance and you have entrusted the success of your Schengen Visa to Google.

This is where you get very scared of the likelihood of rejection.

Or, you have gone through the steps and ended up at a dead end…

Scenario 4 - Disappointment & Rejection

You have done it, you have submitted all the documents that you felt were right (or that random websites that Google suggested were right).

It is now 4 weeks after your application and you get contacted about your Schengen Visa application from the Embassy.

“We regret to inform you that your Schengen visa application has been refused”

You are depleted, devastated and disappointed.

You found out you submitted the wrong documents and you didn’t follow the right steps.

But, you took all the templates from the Internet.

“How could they be wrong?” you keep asking yourself.

You felt the taste of disappointment and even though you still wish for a holiday in Europe, you are afraid to go through that process again.

But, like with many travelers before you, you start from Scenario 1 again.

Fortunately, you now have a secret weapon – the “Schengen Visa Requirement Documents”.

No Matter What Stage You Are At, The Visa Documents Pack Will Help

Use the “Schengen Visa Requirement Documents” to Skip Your Research, Validate Your Documents and even Appeal Your Rejection.

What Will You Receive In Your Schengen VISA Documents Pack?

Schengen VISA Documents

  • Schengen Visa Application Form (Template)
  • Schengen Visa Application Form (How to Guide)
  • Full Checklist of Schengen VISA Requirements (Template)
  • ​​Book Embassy Interview (How to Guide)

Travel Documents

  • Travel Itinerary (Template)
  • Travel Itinerary (How to Guide)
  • ​Flight Reservation (How to Guide)
  • Accommodation Reservation (How to Guide)
  • Medical Insurance (How to Guide)

Step-by-Step Guides

  • How to Apply for a ​​​Schengen VISA Step-by-Step (How to Guide)
  • Schengen VISA Cover Letter (Template)
  • Schengen VISA Cover Letter (How to Guide)
  • Schengen VISA Tips and Tricks (How to Guide)

Copy & Paste Templates

  • NOC – Leave Permission – Employee or Student (Template)
  • NOC – Leave Permission – Employee or Student (How to Guide)
  • Contract or Certificate – Employee or Student (How to Guide)
  • ​Bank Statement – Personal or Company (How to Guide)
  • Income Tax Return (ITR) (How to Guide)

What Will You Receive In Your Schengen VISA Documents Pack?

Schengen VISA Documents

  • Schengen Visa Application Form (Template)
  • Schengen Visa Application Form (How to Guide)
  • Full Checklist of Schengen VISA Requirements (Template)
  • ​​Book Embassy Interview (How to Guide)

Travel Documents

  • Travel Itinerary (Template)
  • Travel Itinerary (How to Guide)
  • ​Flight Reservation (How to Guide)
  • Accommodation Reservation (How to Guide)
  • Medical Insurance (How to Guide)

Step-by-Step Guides

  • How to Apply for a ​​​Schengen VISA Step-by-Step (How to Guide)
  • Schengen VISA Cover Letter (Template)
  • Schengen VISA Cover Letter (How to Guide)
  • Schengen VISA Tips and Tricks (How to Guide)

Copy & Paste Templates

  • NOC – Leave Permission – Employee or Student (Template)
  • NOC – Leave Permission – Employee or Student (How to Guide)
  • Contract or Certificate – Employee or Student (How to Guide)
  • ​Bank Statement – Personal or Company (How to Guide)
  • Income Tax Return (ITR) (How to Guide)

Why Should You Choose the Visas Association?

Beside how we have helped thousands of Schengen Visa applications be successful in the process, there are a lot of other reasons that set us apart from the rest of the industry.

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Is There Really Nowhere To Get Official Templates?

Unfortunately, the only official document you can get for your Schengen Visa application from a formal Government or Embassy website is the official form – all of the other documents you have to create yourself.

Below are just a few examples from Embassy websites where they outline requirements such as “NOC letters”, “Cover Letters”, etc without actually informing you of what they look like or how to fill them in.

 These Documents are Mandatory Requirements for A Schengen Visa

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Still Need a Visa? What Options Do You Have?

As with most situations in life, those who take action experience the greatest rewards and the same statement is true for traveling to Europe – the only hurdle in front of you is the Schengen Visa.

Understanding this, there are a few options available to you.

Become An Expert (Do It All Yourself)

You continue to research the internet in the hunt to find the perfect ‘free’ templates and documents that you believe will make you successful.

The cost is nothing besides weeks of your time but just be cautious that you will not have anybody to review your documents before submitting your visa application.

Hire An Expert (Hire an Immigration Lawyer)

There are plenty of amazing Schengen Visa lawyers who will have a face-to-face consultation with you, map out a plan, provide templates, and review your documents.

Just note that you still need to fill out the templates they provide and do the leg work on getting certified copies – there is no way around this.

This costs you a lot of money because they are a ‘lawyer’ (some upwards of $1,000 USD) but you will save a lot of time by only needing to fill out their documents.


Leverage Experts (Get Templates)

You could use a proven team of Schengen Visa Specialists who will provide you with all of the same templates that an immigration lawyer will – usually with better examples, how-to-complete guides, online videos, etc.

You will also be able to see what a complete Schengen Visa application looks like before you start filling out templates.

This costs you less than a nice dinner with your partner or friends and saves you the same amount of time as using an immigration lawyer.

At the end of the day… …

…the choice is completely yours and depends on your financial situation and the risk you are willing to take for your Schengen Visa submission.

And, if you do choose to use us, let’s show you the next steps.


How Can You Get Started?

Our role is to make your Schengen Visa application as simple as possible and we have done this by making it an easy process to purchase and access your documents.

Step 1

Purchase the Full Schengen Visa Documents Package today

Step 2

Access to all of your documents, how-to- guides, etc is sent to your email, immediately!

Step 3

Download the files to your computer, edit, sign, and take them to your Schengen VISA appointment/interview.

Step 4

Successfully receive your Schengen VISA and enjoy your holiday

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As we recommend all of our customers to follow the requirements as outlined by the Schengen region to apply to the Schengen Embassy where you are either first landing or spending the longest amount of time. However, based on the percent of successful applications, below are the ‘easiest’ to apply to:

  • Lithuania: rejected only 1,3% from visas application in 2018
  • Finland” rejected about 1,7 % in 2018
  • Iceland: also, 1,7 % of rejections
  • Latvia: rejected in 2018 only 2,1%
  • Poland: had a rate of 3% rejection in 2018

The processing time for a Schengen visa can be somewhere between 2 weeks and 2 months, depending on the Embassy requirements of the State you are applying to and the volume of applications that are coming through at that time.

There is no Schengen country that provides a longer visa than another one. It actually depends on the type of Visa you are applying to determine the length of the visa that you are staying in the region for. The longest Schengen visa is the multiple entry visa, which entitles you to stay within the Schengen region for a total of 90 days over a 180 day period.

There is no Schengen country that provides a longer visa than another one. It actually depends on the type of Visa you are applying to determine the length of the visa that you are staying in the region for. The longest Schengen visa is the multiple entry visa, which entitles you to stay within the Schengen region for a total of 90 days over a 180 day period.

The general recommendation is to apply for a Visa well ahead of the time you are planning to leave, this is because you need to get your documents ready, schedule an appointment at the Embassy and then await the decision. The shortest period this can typically occur is at minimum, 2 weeks before you are planning to leave. This is the shortest time the Embassy can process your application but the ideal time is between 1 month and 2 months.

There are a lot of reasons for a Schengen Visa to be rejected but two of the most common is that you have submitted incorrect documents or that you do not have enough evidence to show to the Embassy you have sufficient financial means for the duration of your trip in the Schengen Region. In an example such as these, the Embassy could conclude that you have no intention to return back to your country of residence, thus leading to the refusal of your application.

As long as you are filling with the correct information, of course, you can fill it by hand also. But don’t forget: in case that somebody else will fill it out for you, such as a visa or immigration specialist, only you can put your own signature on the application and get copies of original documents certified.

There are 26 countries that they are part of the Schengen Agreement: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

The Airport Transit Visa type doesn’t allow the traveler to leave the Schengen Country Airport area. The holder of the transit Visa has the possibility to stay in the Schengen country for up to 5 days.

As we help thousands of travellers with their Schengen VISA applications, we know exactly what is required to ensure a successful application. Our process has been refined over many years and what you are receiving is the exact Online VISA Management Portal we use for our consultation clients as well as the exact flight and accommodation reservations and medical insurance.

With a Limited Territorial Visa you are allowed to travel only in one or more specific Schengen States which is specified in your Schengen Visa. 

Some countries must get a Schengen Visa before travelling to the Schengen Area because the Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs of the European Commission is responsible for controlling immigration and crime. Visa applications in advance of arrival give countries a chance to consider the applicant’s circumstances and background and avoid irregular migrants entering the Schengen Area.

You are allowed to make small changes to your travel plans after you apply for a Schengen Visa. However, the travel purpose and destination should remain the ones you described in the application. 

Yes. You have to leave your original passport at the Embassy or Consulate to apply for a Visa. Otherwise, your Schengen Visa application will not be considered valid.

You can apply for a Schengen Visa from a country that is not your country of citizenship, but you must reside legally in that country. The Embassy officers will ask you to present a residency permit if needed. 

With a single-entry Schengen Visa, you can enter the Schengen Area once. With a double-entry Schengen Visa, you can enter it twice, and with a short-stay multiple-entry Visa, you can enter it as many times as you want, as long as you don’t break the 90/180 rule. 

Only type D National Visas allow individuals coming to one of the Schengen countries to stay longer than 90 days, for reasons like working or studying. You can get a type-D National Visa for studies, work, or family reunion. 

Short-stay Schengen visa extensions are permitted under the European Parliament’s regulation and of the Council (EC) No. 810/2009 of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community Code on Visas (Journal of Laws of the EU of 2009 L243/1). You can extend your short-stay Schengen Visa only if you have a valid reason to do that, such as receiving medical treatment, important personal reasons, force majeure, or humanitarian reasons. Please note that you can extend your current Visa only if it has not expired.  

If you overstay in Europe, you risk being banned from entering the Schengen Area for a specific period, or even forever. You will first be deported to your country. You can also get a fine for overstaying in the Schengen Area.

No, you cannot convert a type C short-stay Schengen Visa into a type-D National Visa. To get a type-D National Visa, you must apply at a Schengen Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence.

ETIAS stands for European Travel Information and Authorization System. ETIAS is a Visa waiver program (an electronic system that keeps track of travellers from countries who do not need a Visa to enter the Schengen Area). ETIAS is considered a bilateral agreement with some specific countries to strengthen security in the EU. 


As a general rule, when travelling to Europe, non-EU citizens have to apply for either the ETIAS EU visa waiver or the Schengen Visa. According to the ETIAS Visa waiver agreements, individuals eligible for the ETIAS EU Visa waiver are not required to apply for the Schengen Visa (because ETIAS only applies to citizens of countries that do not need a Visa to access the Schengen Area).

Local border traffic permits allow regular and frequent crossing of the EU’s external border by nationals of neighbouring non-EU countries resident in the border areas of the EU for legitimate reasons. 

Border residents can cross the external land border of an EU country provided if:

  • They hold a local border traffic permit (and a passport, if required in the bilateral agreement).
  • They are not individuals in respect of whom the Schengen Information System has been alerted.
  • They are not considered to be a threat to public order.

Local border traffic permits are valid for a period that can vary between 1 and 5 years.