Visa Interview Experiences
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Visa Interview Questions
You can submit the visa application to the German Consulate/VFS Global Office. But before this, please check as to which of these jurisdictions your current address belongs to. Find your consulate here.
No, visa applications will not be prepared by The German Visa Application Center. But it only accepts and processes the applications as per Embassy’s instructions.
Applicants can apply for German visa 90 days before their actual date of travel to Germany.
No, it can’t be processed on the same day unless it is authorized by the Embassy. Even if you request them for emergency visa processing, still it can’t be done. This is only possible if there is extreme medical circumstance.
No, you must get it before leaving your country.
Certainly not. If your sponsorship letter is expired, it can’t be accepted. Remember, more than six months old sponsorship letters will not be accepted.
You can’t. In order get the visa, your passport must be valid for at least next 6 months.
The VFS authority only extends the documentation and application process. The issuing of visas is solely at the discretion of the Embassy / Consulate. So Revealing the reason for refusal will be decided by consulate. The refusal letter which is given by consulate, normally states the reason for refusal.
A few weeks after your Visa Interview, you will get an email saying your passport is ready for collection. Once you get this notice from VSC, visit the consulate and collect your passport.
No. If you are unable submit it in person, submit it through authorized travel agent.
Probably one of these reasons:
1. Non payment of fees
2. Improper paper work
3. Verification of documentation and data
4. Unexpected inadmissibility