Germany relaxes Schengen visa rules for Indian tourists

Germany relaxes Schengen visa rules for Indian tourists

Good News for Indian tourists who intend to visit Germany. Some of the requirements for obtaining a schengen visa for tourists from India have been eased. According to the authorities at the German embassy in India, Indian citizens may now schedule a visa appointment at any of the country’s major cities. It can be done through VFS worldwide Visa Application Centres.

Germany relaxes Schengen visa rules for Indian tourists
Germany relaxes Schengen visa rules for Indian tourists

Schengen visa for Germany

The Schengen visa can be applied for three months before the departure date. However, the D-visa category is exempt from this modification (for example student, employment, and family reunion visa among others). Travelers with a Schengen visa may legally remain in any Schengen member state for up to 90 days within any 180-day period.

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The Schengen region is comprised of the following 26 member countries. These are- Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Germany is one of the most frequently visited Schengen nations, and for visitors to Germany. Traveling to Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands is made simple. You won’t even need to take aircraft to go to the majority of these locations. An enjoyable vacation sounds a lot like short train travel or a nice road trip.

In case you are wondering, a German Schengen Visa will cost you 80 Euros per adult and 40 Euros for minors. There is no visa fee for children under the age of six years.

The visa application must be submitted by those requesting a student visa for Germany. This has to include a current passport, two recent photographs, and current information. This must be valid for three additional months after the intended Schengen stay.

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