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TRAVEL – APPLYING FOR SCHENGEN VISA (SERIES 1) - Price: $0

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AIRWAYS TRAVEL AGENT

TRAVEL – APPLYING FOR SCHENGEN VISA (SERIES 1)
In June 1985 seven countries in Europe signed a treaty to end internal border checkpoints and controls. Since then more countries have joined the treaty. As at the time of writing this article; there are currently 25 Schengen countries and all of them are in Europe.
They are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are all Schengen countries.

Norway and Iceland are not members of the European Union. United Kingdom and Ireland are members of the European Union, but do not belong to the Schengen area. The Schengen visa allows the holder to a total stay of up to 90 days within a period of 6 months for tourist or business purposes. Multiple Schengen visa gives you the privilege to leave and return any number of times within the 180-day period. The combined stay within the region must not be more than 90 days.

- It should be noted that Schengen visa does not guarantee entry into the Schengen countries as the final authorization remains with the immigration officials at the respective borders such as at the port of entry. The purpose of the visit may not be altered after entering the Schengen territory.
- At Schengen border you will most likely be asked to show your passport when you visit different Schengen countries, to verify that you are still within the visa period. Aside showing your passport containing the Schengen visa, you should also bring original letters, sponsorship papers and other documents used to obtain visa to make the border control procedure easier and avoid delays at the border. - It's best to applying for Schengen visa at the embassy of the country you will be spending the majority of your time.
- Border Control Officers may asked you to show your passport when you visit different Schengen countries, to verify that you are still within the visa period. Bring along your passport containing the Schengen visa and original letters sponsorship papers and other documents used to get the visa to avoid delay on your own parts and make border control procedure easier.
- Only one Schengen visa is required to travel to many European countries to visit tourist centers, attend conferences, seminars and other types of business events. You will have free access to travel across all Schengen Countries.
- Also just one Schengen visa can find admission to most parts of European institutions for International students. As international Students, you may move from one European countries to another without restrictions, and keep their documentation and paperwork to the minimum.
For more enquiries contact us via:
AIRWAYS TRAVEL AGENT
Office Address:
7, Ilamoye Street,
Off Adeshina Street,
Ijeshatedo, Surulere,
Lagos.
Tell: 08034491055, 08186125578, 08066996168
Office Hours: Monday – Saturday
9:00am - 5:00pm
Email: airwaystravelsuport@gmail.com
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