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If you are looking to travel to Europe but are worried about the long wait times for a visa, our priority Schengen visa appointment service is exactly what you require. It allows you to submit your documents within just 7 days and have your visa stamped after the following 2 weeks.
With a Schengen visa, you have the freedom to visit any of the 27 member countries, from Austria to Switzerland, without the need for individual visas for each country.
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Our visa specialists will guide you on which country to apply to, considering the purpose of your trip, potential success rates, and other individual factors, making your visa application experience as seamless as possible.
We will discuss with you all the details of your inquiry and provide the full outline of the process, making sure your information and documents are up-to-date
This includes the cost of the assistance provided by The Visa Services during your visa application journey
Including your passport, current residence visa, and a filled-in questionnaire. Our case officer might require further documents or data to ensure a smooth application process
We will get your set of documents ready and schedule an appointment for you
On the day of your scheduled appointment, you will need to go to the Visa Center with the prepared application packet
You can keep track of your application’s status with our regular updates
Either by picking it up from the Visa Center or via delivery services to the provided address (on request)
The processing time for the visa will typically be around 14 working days from the date of your documents submission.
Our experienced consultants will help you make sure that all the requirements are met and all the necessary documentation is in order.
Don’t let the hassle of paperwork hold you back from your dream trip to the Schengen countries. Trust our expertise to increase your chances of a fast and successful visa application. Contact us today to start planning your next adventure in Europe!
A: The Schengen Information System (SIS) is a large-scale database that supports external border control and law enforcement cooperation in the Schengen States. It includes data about individuals who may have been involved in serious crime or may not have the right to enter or stay in the Schengen area. If your data is recorded in the SIS, it may impact your visa application.
A: A multiple-entry Schengen Visa allows its holder to go in and out of the Schengen Area as many times as they want. As long as they do not remain there longer than 90 days within a 180-day period and the visa remains valid.
A: No, a Schengen Visa allows you to travel freely within all 27 countries of the Schengen Area, if the provided stay does not exceed the duration allowed on your visa.
A: If your Schengen visa application is denied, you will receive a formal letter from the consulate or embassy explaining the reason for the denial. You may have the right to appeal the decision or you can correct the issue and reapply.
A: The standard Schengen Visa does not give you the right to work or engage in any business activities in the Schengen area. If you plan to work, you will need a specific visa or permit that authorizes you to do so.
A: As a general rule, you cannot extend your stay beyond your visa’s validity period. Exceptions can be made in cases of force majeure, for humanitarian reasons, or for serious personal reasons, and should be discussed with the relevant authorities in the Schengen area country where you’re staying.
A: With a Schengen tourist visa, you are permitted to stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days within any given 180-day period. This allows for flexibility and prolonged stays, supporting both short visits and extended trips.
A: We offer a money-back guarantee in case we fail to schedule your appointment within the agreed time frame or if, for some reason, the appointment isn’t made at all. This is part of our commitment to provide reliable and punctual services.