Schengen Visa2023-07-10T14:59:04+03:00

Introduction of Schengen visa

Schengen visa is a permit to enter many European countries.
The Schengen area is a group of 26 countries in Europe that, through an agreement, decided to remove their internal border restrictions for their citizens and Schengen visa holders in order to facilitate travel. Having a Schengen visa from one of the member countries of this region, you can easily travel to other Schengen member countries.
You can leave 0% of your Schengen tourist visa to UKS Visa.

Procedures for obtaining a Schengen tourist visa

first step

Make your travel plan and contact UKS visa advisors.

Second step

After determining the destination country, you must apply for a visa through the embassy or one of the consulates of the destination country or a visa center affiliated with the embassy of the destination country. If your goal is to travel to more than two European countries, you must apply for a visa from the country where you will spend most of your trip. If the duration of your stay in each country is not specified or equal, you must submit your application to the embassy or visa center of the first country you will enter.

Third step

Due to the time-consuming nature of the interview and obtaining a visa, you should start the visa application process at the right time. Depending on the time of your trip, the best option for obtaining a tourist visa is three months before the start of your trip. Of course, we at UKS can make the interview and visa process much faster.

Fourth step

The next step is to make an appointment with the embassy. This process is done online and is done by UKS professionals.

Fifth step

At this stage, it is time to fill out the visa application form. This form must be filled completely and correctly. UKS consultants will help you at this stage as well.

Sixth step

Now is the time to collect the necessary documents. Some of these documents are: Identification documents, visa application form, valid passport, two 3×4 color photos, travel insurance, round trip ticket, proof of residence and proof of financial support during the trip. Other additional documents will be determined depending on your circumstances.

Seventh step

At this stage, it is the turn of the embassy interview. You must go to the embassy on the set date. On the day of the interview, you must bring the necessary documents with you and present them to the immigration officer who will interview you. During the interview, you will likely be asked questions about your purpose of travel, accommodation, and other details. Don’t forget to answer the questions honestly.

Eighth step

Now it’s time to pay the visa fee. When applying for a Schengen visa, the necessary fee will be paid by UKS. This fee is approved by member states and cannot be changed or returned. It should be noted that the cost varies according to the age and status of the applicant.

Last step

The last step, the hardest step, is waiting. Of course, if you have entrusted your visa application to UKS, this is a sweet expectation! It usually takes 15 days for the embassy to review your application. Of course, according to the applicant, this time is variable and may be longer. Finally, the result of your application will be announced within a period of 15 to 30 days.

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Frequently asked questions about obtaining a Schengen visa

Currently, which country gives the best Schengen visa?2022-08-24T13:54:04+03:00

Currently, according to the political and economic conditions of our country, only two countries, Italy and Spain, offer Schengen visas to Iranian applicants better than other countries in the Schengen area.

Does the age of the Schengen visa applicant have an effect on obtaining a Schengen visa?2022-08-24T13:52:56+03:00

Yes, certainly people who are younger have less chance than older people.

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