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LOW COST: German National, Tourist Visas Get Cheaper


German national, tourist visas get cheaper

The German Embassy has announced a reduction in prices that will take effect immediately for both short-term tourist visas and long-term national visas.

The national visa is valid for longer than 90 days and permits the bearer to enter Germany for a defined reason, usually to work or study. The holder of a Schengen Visa is entitled to travel anywhere in the Schengen Area for a brief period of time. You are allowed to visit any Schengen country for up to 90 days in total over a 180-day period.

GERMAN VISA: ASSOCIATED COST

For adults, the national costs are now Rs 6,000, and for children, Rs 3,000. (up to 17 years). On the other side, the cost of a Schengen visa has been lowered to Rs 3,200 for children and Rs 6,400 for adults.

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“Important message from our visa section: the Visa Fees for Schengen and National Visa have changed. For further queries check our website and contact visa@mumb.diplo.de,” the German Consulate in Mumbai said in a tweet.

What is the National Visa?

The national visa is valid for longer than 90 days and permits the bearer to enter Germany for a defined reason, usually to work or study.

Another recent modification required that before applying for student visas, Indian students in Germany must have the Academic Evaluation Centre (APS) evaluate their academic records and provide authenticity certificates.

What is the Schengen Visa?

The holder of a Schengen Visa is entitled to travel anywhere in the Schengen Area for a brief period of time. You are allowed to visit any Schengen country for up to 90 days in total over a 180-day period.

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What are the 26 Schengen Area countries?

The Schengen area includes Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

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