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Europe Tourist/Visitor Visa Consultants: Auscanz Overseas Education Pvt Ltd Chandigarh is confidently sitting at the top of the rankings in the field of education and immigration. We have experience in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, US visas of all sorts. It is important to keep challenging ourselves to remain leaders in this area.
We have set ourselves the challenge of providing expert assistance to all Schengen countries for our clients seeking visas. In our already crowded hat, this is another feather. We will provide you with all the assistance you need within the shortest possible period for all the Schengen countries.
Why Schengen Visa?
The Schengen Area includes the area where 26 European countries have abolished their internal borders in order to ensure the free and unrestricted movement of citizens, in accordance with the international rules for the control of external borders and the fight against crime by improving the common judicial system and police cooperation.
The Schengen Region includes most of the Europe nations, with the exception of Ireland and the countries of which Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Cyprus will soon be part. Countries such as Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Lichtenstein, while not members of the EU, are also part of the Schengen region. Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Spain, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Spain, the 26 Schengen nations.
Schengen Visa Duration
A Schengen visa is a short-stay visa which enables an individual to travel for tourism or business purposes for up to 90 days with any member of the Schengen Region. The most prevalent visa for Europe is the Schengen visa. It allows the holder to join, move freely inside and exit any of the Schengen Member States in the Schengen region.
Within the Schengen Region, no border controls exist. However, if you are intending to spend more than 90 days studying, working or living in one of the Schengen countries, you must apply for the national visa of that European country, rather than the Schengen visa. In 2019, more than 14 million people have used their Schengen visa to fly across Europe.
The Uniform Schengen Visa (USV) is an authorization granted by one of the Member States of the Schengen Area to transit or live in the desired territory for a period of up to a maximum of 90 days and may be sought every six months, starting from the date of entry into the Schengen Area. In simpler terms, you will remain in the Schengen area for 90 days every 180 days and the count of the 180 days begins from the day you reach the Schengen area.
Schengen Visas purposes?
Schengen Visas are based on travel purposes. When an applicant fills out the application form for the Schengen Visa, he or she will also have to choose the reason why he or she is applying for admission into the Schengen region. The typical purposes for travel are below, with a description of what each of them stands for:
This entry is intended for individuals who need to fly without entering the Schengen Country via the international zone of the Schengen Airport. A very narrow list of countries whose citizens must be in possession of this visa has been drawn up by the Schengen states. Some member states, on the other hand, have added other countries to their list.
This is quite close to the purpose of travel explained earlier. For the most part, international seafarers, who only need to stop at the seaport of one of the Member States for very short periods of time, verify this intent of travel in their application form.
This is one of the most popular destinations for visiting the Schengen region. For sightseeing and experiencing their culture, architecture, food and much more, people who intend to visit any of the countries in this territory should choose this intention of traveling in their application form.
If they wish to visit them, people who have family members or friends legally residing in the Schengen region can apply for this visa. There are also special conditions for this visa that the applicant must meet, such as a letter of invitation, in order for the application to be successful.
For business purposes, many individuals also fly to and from the Schengen countries. There are also benefits of applying for such a visa, as being able to get a faster appointment while there is a large number of people applying during the peak season of visa applications.
If you are travelling on an official duty to the Schengen Area, you will have to tick "Official visit" in your application form. Even if you are traveling together with a large delegation with the same travel dates and official intent, you will have to verify this visa purpose.
If you are traveling to any of the Schengen territory Member States to seek medical attention, in your application form, you can pick 'medical reasons'. This visa allows patients to get the medical treatment they need within 180 days for a duration of three months at any medical clinic or hospital.
Students can apply for a Schengen study visa and should tick this visa purpose if they want to pursue some form of study
This is a visa created for individuals living outside the Schengen region who wish to travel to Europe to participate in a cultural/sports/religious event and for a film crew. As a performer at a festival, or a writer introducing their book at a book fair, and not an audience, the applicant should be part of the case.
If your intention of admission to the Schengen Area does not conform to any of the above-mentioned reasons, in the application form you will have to tick the option "Other". You will still need to define the reason for the trip, though. You may write "Religious Visit" or "Religious Purposes" in a brief, simple sentence to attend a religious event or anything similar.
It is an insight into the Schengen Visa and the basics of it. If you think it’s too difficult and confusing to handle, we are just a call away at AuscanzEducationals Immigration Consultants and we will handle it all for you while you enjoy our hospitality and our highly skilled staff’s expertise. Rest assured of our advice, encouragement and clarity from our experts and see your dream of getting a Schengen Visa come true and with so much ease.
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