How to get a visa to the Czech Republic?
If you decide to go to a country whose capital is Prague, then get ready for what you need to get a visa. How to get a visa to the Czech Republic? How difficult and time consuming is the process?
As a rule, to obtain a visa, most prefer to use the services of tour operators to save themselves from unnecessary trouble. However, this fact does not give an absolute guarantee that you really get the document you need. In general, getting a visa to the Czech Republic alone is not so difficult. So that you will not be denied a consulate, you need to document that you will find where to stay during your trip, you will not be left without money, and you will leave the country at exactly the designated time.
To get a visa you will need to go through four stages:
- On the website of the consulate, examine what documents you will need to get a tourist visa. Usually we are talking about the application form, passport, confirmation of hotel reservation, civil passport, photo, document about the presence of a certain amount of money, certificate of income,insurance and tickets.
- Now prepare all these documents, and then sign up for their submission to the consulate.
- On the appointed day you will need to come to the consulate. After you accept the documents, you need to pay a fee, which ranges from 35 to 70 euros. Be sure to save your receipt.
- After five working days or later, if the visa is not urgent, come to the consulate with a check for payment. If all your documents are in order and there are no grounds for refusing a visa, the path to the Czech Republic will be open for you!
The reasons for refusal to obtain a visa a little, but, nevertheless, they are. These can be incorrectly filled out documents, violation of your visa regime earlier, false documents, uncertain answers at the interview, inconsistency of information in the documents with the real state of affairs and many others.