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How Does This Process Work?
1. Apply Online
Place the online order for service using the link on this page
2. Submit Your Details
Submit details via an online form
3. Few Calls And Discussions
Discuss Appointment Date with our expert
4. On Time Delivery
Visa Appointment conformation will be delivered to you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
All foreigners who want to study or work in Germany will need to obtain a visa before entering Germany. EU citizens as well as citizens of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland citizens have the right to live and work in Germany without a visa.
Yes, you can! According to the Schengen agreement you are allowed to visit all the states in the Schengen area, including: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
Please note that you have to apply at the consulate of that country which you are travelling to or if you are visiting several countries, then apply at the consulate of the country which will be your first point of entry.
Yes, you do. You need to provide proof that you have travel insurance during you travel before applying for any kind of German visa, expect the Airport transit visa.
The visa fee since 2008 is €60. Just remember that visa fees are subject to change so consult the German embassy website where you plan to apply for the visa for up-to date information. Remember that you will not get re-reimbursed if you don’t get a visa.
You are free to apply 90 days before the date of your travel for a German visa. It is recommended that you apply 3-6 weeks in advance before you travel to avoid any visa processing delay issues interfere with your travel itinerary.
|German Short-Term Visa Category||Fee in EUR|
|Airport Transit visa||60€|
|Short stay visa (Adults)||60€|
|Children between 6-12 years of age||35€|
|Children younger than 6 years of age||Free|
|Nationals from, Georgia, Kosovo, Russia, and Ukraine||35€|
Since May 2008, the fee for all types of German short-term visas, known also as the Schengen visas, is 60 euro. Nevertheless, in many cases you do not have to pay for a visa or can get a visa at a reduced price, depending on your nationality or status.
As of September 1, 2017, the fee for all types of German long-stay visas, known also as the National (D) visa, is 75 euro. However, some specific categories are waived from paying the National Visa fee, whereas some other categories need to pay a lower visa fee, due to bilateral agreements and facilitations for special categories of visa candidates.
Please keep in mind that Germany does not reimburse visa fees, in case your visa application is rejected. In addition, if you decide to withdraw your application, you will not receive a reimbursement either. Once you pay the fee, you can no longer go back and withdraw your money, no matter what your reason for wishing to do that is.