A Schengen visa is a short stay visa allowing its holder to travel freely in the Schengen area. The Schengen area covers 26 countries ("Schengen States") without border controls between them.
A Schengen visa is an authorisation issued by a Schengen State with a view to:
- transit through or an intended stay in the territory of the Schengen States of a duration of no more than 90 days in any 180 days period ("short stay visa"),
- transit through the international transit areas of airports of the Schengen States ("airport transit visa").
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|Dummy Hotel and Flight booking for Visa Application.||Translations and attestations (if any)|
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- Valid Passport & UAE visa
- A copy of your Emirates ID
- A copy of your bank statement (6 months)
- Copy of Trade License (if Business Owner/Partner)
- Invitation Letter (If Applicable)
- Hotel and Flight booking
- Travel Insurance
- 2 Recent Photograph with White Background (3.5*4.5 CM)
Frequently Asked Questions
Usual processing for a Schengen visa in UAE is 10-14 days, however a few factors do influence the timeline.
1. Organise the required documents, and send the same to us for visa processing. 2. We will print and fill the visa application form and prepare additional documents if required. 3. Once ready, the application will have to be submitted in person by the ap
All Schengen countries have similar criteria to issue a visa. However, we do help you in choosing and making a travel plan which would make the process easier.
Yes, to apply for a Schengen visa in Dubai or Abu Dhabi, you need a UAE residence visa valid for more than 90 days from your intended date of return from the Schengen zone.
There is no minimum amount of money that would guarantee a visa. However, you should have enough money to afford the trip.
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No, the visa application fee is non-refundable in all cases, including if the visa application is rejected.
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Disclamier: The customer is obliged to provide accurate and true information to EZVISAS.com while filling my application. The Embassy / High Commission / Consulate reserves the right to ask for further documentation if required. All applicable Consular/Embassy fee, EZVISAS.com service charges and travel insurance amounts are non-refundable. Visa fee is subject to change without prior notice due to policy changes & foreign exchange fluctuation. Approval of the requested visas is solely at the discretion of the concerned Consulate / Embassy and EZVISAS.com will not be held liable for any delays or rejections after submission. Processing time is not guaranteed and may vary from case to case. The processing will be calculated from the time the Embassy/ consulate has received the application. Applicants are advised to plan their travel well in advance and complete visa formalities up to 30 days prior to their intended date of travel to avoid delays.