Today’s post will present an overview of the application process for the Schengen Visa from the UK. If you are an international student studying in the UK and have not yet visited Europe, then you might be planning to visit there someday during your stay in the UK. The majority of the European nations only permit nationals of some specific states to enter without a visa. However, if you’re an international student who is planning to travel to France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Germany, or any of the 26 listed nations that comprise the Schengen zone, you will have to apply for this Schengen Visa, if not you are from a nation that has visa-free accessibility to these Schengen listed areas.
Continue watching this vlog to know in detail the simple steps to apply for a Schengen Visa.
Highlights of the steps for applying for a Schengen Visa
First Step: Check whether you need a Schengen Visa
International students studying in the UK frequently ask whether they are eligible to apply for a Schengen Visa. The answer to this question is YES. Certainly, you can. If you are studying in the UK and if you don’t belong to the Schengen zone, you will have to apply for this Schengen Visa to travel to any of the nations in that zone.
If you are expecting to travel to Europe this summer, first check whether you’re from a nation with an easy visa-free accessibility permit to the Schengen zone. Click here to check the list of nations whose citizens need a Schengen Visa to travel to the zone. If you are a national from one of these nations mentioned in the list, you will certainly have to apply for this Schengen Visa from the UK.
Second step: What is the right time for you to apply for Schengen Visa?
International students in the UK need to apply at least three weeks in advance (since the processing time for the Schengen Visa is usually two weeks).
Third step: What category of the Schengen Visa do you need?
In this stage, you, as an international student, need to find out the specific type of Schengen visa that you will need. The choice of the type of this visa will most precisely explain the reason for your visit. For instance, international students in the UK seeking to visit the Schengen zone for educational purposes need to apply for an Educational Schengen Visa. However, the ones intending to go for tourism must apply for Schengen Tourist Visa. Likewise, if you have relatives staying there in those countries and you’re planning to visit them, then you will have to opt for Schengen Visa for Visiting Family and Friends/Relatives.
Fourth Step: Need to know the type of Entry Category of Schengen Visa required
As a foreign student staying in the UK, you might require the flexibility of traveling to and fro from the Schengen area at a regular interval. Let’s say, you might seek to travel to the Schengen zone on weekends. In this case, whether you’ll be able to do this will depend on the entry category of the Schengen Visa you get: single entry, double entry, and multiple entry categories.
Just because a Schengen Visa is usable and remains valid for a period of 90 days, a foreign student staying in the UK can theoretically visit the Schengen area, until and unless the total number of days adds up to 90 days in the Schengen area. So, you can do this only when you choose the multiple-entry Schengen Visa that will permit you unlimited entries and exits. On the other hand, a single entry Schengen Visa will just permit you to one single entry into the Schengen zone. Again, a double entry Schengen Visa will permit you two entries, implying that a holder of double entry can enter, leave, and then re-arrive for one last time, even though they had time left on their visa.
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