About Schengen visa:

It is an authorization issued by one of the Member States of the Schengen Area. It is a mutual border between European countries. The Schengen visa stays for up to 90 days within 180 days. A Schengen visa is an official meeting between you and the visa official.

Questions asked in an interview:

Marital status:

In the interview, you will be asked whether you are married. If married you must give information about your spouse like work type, European citizen, and so on…  for how long you are married. Is your spouse traveling along with you?

Income tax:

They may ask you “Do you pay income tax” If yes you have to provide the required documents of income tax and they may ask what was the last time you paid income tax. It is asked to check your financial background.


You will be asked about the nation, state, or political entity which means sovereign state. The interviewer may ask you about the countries to know your honesty and to know if you are not engaging in any fraud.

How much do you earn:

The interviewer wants to know your salary or because they want to know if you can afford the travel. You have to give information about your salary and work type of the business.

Where you are going to stay:

The interviewer wants to know about the stay in the Schengen country where you want to stay and how long you want to stay. If you have visited Schengen countries before they will call you only for information.


They will inquire about your qualifications. You have to give your highest degree certificate and proof. You need to mention your school, university, and board from which you have studied.

With whom do you live:

You have to give the details of with whom do you live with and the relationship between you and them. Where do you live and what is the temporary and permanent address?

About traveling:

You will be asked if this is your first time traveling to Schengen country. Is this a study tour or a tourist tour?  Which Schengen country are you planning to travel to? What do you know about the country you are traveling to?

Tips to keep in mind while attending an interview

  • You have to be calm and composed.
  • Keep recalling the answers that can be asked in an interview.
  • Take a deep breath and stay relaxed.
  • Give the answers with honesty.
  • Dress yourself well and formally
  • Arrive at the interview early on time.
  • Keep extra documents
  • Understand visa requirements and conditions
  • Keep in mind that you are providing these answers for the information.
  • Last but least, keep smiling.

Required documents for Schengen visa

  • Valid passport: Check your passport validity which should be valid for 3 months after getting a visa for the traveling
  • Application form: You can usually get this form from the embassy or consulate website. You have to fill the form correctly and submit the original document.
  • Passport-size photos: Get some recent photos taken where your face can be seen clearly, and the background must be white.
  • Proof of accommodation: You need to show them the bookings or a letter from your host if you’re staying with friends or family.
  • Proof of funds: You should have to prove you have enough money to cover your expenses while you’re in the Schengen countries. This could be through bank statements, proof of income, or letters from sponsors.
  • Letter of employment: If you going for the job, you must take a letter from the employer which is important for the confirmation that you are going for the job purpose in Schengen countries.
  • Purpose of visit: Depending on why you’re visiting—like for business tourism, or to see family—you might need extra documents like invitation letters or proof of your relationship with the person you’re visiting.
  • Additional documents: Sometimes, you might need to provide more stuff, like showing where you’ve travelled before or explaining why you’re visiting.
  • Travel insurance: You’ll also need travel insurance that covers medical emergencies during your trip, with at least €30,000 in coverage.

Application fees for visa

  • Children below the age of 6 have no fees.
  • Adults have to pay 80€ for the visa.

For children above 6 40€ are the fees applicable.

Note- The amount you are paying for a visa can be non-refundable. The fees can be increased according to the application process.

Schengen countries to visit


Austria is famous for its castles, buildings, palaces, and architectural work. The Schengen visa allows you to stay in the country for tourism, business, or study. Austria is one of the Schengen countries. The rejection rate for Schengen visas is less than 6%. Requirements of employment like accountants, nurses, tradesmen, restaurant chefs, florists, etc.


Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as the headquarters of the European Union and NATO. Belgium is famous for Belgian beers, fries, chocolates and waffles. This country is rich in paintings and architecture.


Croatia is famous for its beaches with 2500 miles of coastline between the mainland and the island. Football is a famous game played here. Most of the people in Croatia speak the Croatian language. The Loapar peninsula is one of the best beaches to visit with a half-moon-shaped paradise sandy beach.

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Czech is famous for its international companies like Bata and Zara. The famous tourist places to visit are Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Prague’s astronomical clock. The Czech Republic is known for its unique culture, beer, stunning castles and so much more.


Denmark is a Nordic country in the south-central portion of Northern Europe. Denmark is known as the happiest country in the world as declared by the UN Happiness Report. The people of Denmark are known as Deans. In this country health and education are free.

This country is well known for its food, design, leggo, culture, hygiene, and many more. Denmark is a natural beauty consisting of beautiful landscapes.


Estonia is a country in northern Europe at the borders of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. It has more than 1500 islands with rocky beaches, old-growth forests, and many lakes. It has churches, castles, and hilltop forts. It has a 314-meter height Tallinn TV tower in Tallinn which is known for its preserved old town.


Finland is a Northern European nation bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. Finland covers 75% of the forest and it has the world’s biggest archipelago, as well as Europe’s largest lake district and last untamed wilderness, Lapland. In Finland education is free of cost from primary to higher classes in some cases fees are applicable.


France is in Western Europe. It has medieval cities, alpine villages, and Mediterranean beaches. Paris is the capital of France. It is a fashion house, classical art museums in the Louvre, and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. It is rich in wines and cuisines. Euro is the currency of France.it is a beautiful country with glittering coastlines of the French Riviera, the patchwork fields of the Loire valley, the snow-capped Alps, and centuries-old Harbour towns of Normandy.


Germany is located in a western European country. It is surrounded by landscapes of forests, rivers, mountains, and sea beaches. Berlin is the capital of Germany. It is famous for its art and rich in architecture and nightlife scenes. Beer is a huge part of German culture, it has a fairy tale castle. Rhine, Elbe, Main, and Danube are the rivers in Germany.


Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas in ancient times. Athens is the capital city of Greece. It is well known for its beaches like Santorini with black sands. Greece is the birthplace of its ancient philosophers like Aristotle, Socrates, Plato, and Pythagoras. There are temples built by the ancients. They built theaters and the Olympics.


Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Budapest is the capital of Hungary. The Danube has divided the country. You can see architectural landmarks from Budas medieval castle hill and buildings along Pests Andrassy Avenue to the 19th-century chain bridge. This country is a treasure of history, culture, and natural beauty. It is known for architecture, relaxing thermal baths, and flavorful cuisine.


Iceland is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights. Iceland is magnificent with its unique landscapes and natural wonders. It has climatic landscapes like black sand beaches, towering cliffs, beautiful mountains, and volcanos. There are stunning waterfalls like Gullfoss,  Haifoss, Glymur, Selfoss, and many more. In the summer, You’ll find geysers, the Midnight Sun barely sets, giving a golden glow all night long.


Italy is a European country with a long Mediterranean coastline. It is a powerful mark on Western culture and cuisine. Rome is the capital of Italy. It is known for its landmark art and ancient ruins. Italy is a fashion capital. Italian is the official language of Italy. Italy is famous for its tourism, unique scenery, and art cities. Italy is known for its football team.


Latvia is a country on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia. Latvia is known for its UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Riga’s old city centre. Latvia is also famous for its beer, lakes, waterfalls, and buildings in Riga. in this country, the climate is humid and mild. During winter you can enjoy snowfall.


Liechtenstein is a landlocked German-speaking microstate located in the Alps between Austria and Switzerland. It is one of the world’s richest countries per capita. The Swiss franc is the currency of Liechtenstein. German is the official language of this country. You can go to the Kunstmuseum, Burg Gutenberg, and Vadu are some places to visit


Luxembourg is a small European country, surrounded by Belgium, France, and Germany. It is surrounded by dense Ardennes forest and nature parks, rocky gorges of the Mullerthal region, and the Moselle River valley, Luxembourg City is the capital city. It is known for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs.


Tourism has grown in importance, and popular attractions in Lithuania include the Baroque Renaissance, and Gothic-style mansions and castles in the historic centers of Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, and Kėdainiai, which are the capitals of Kernavė and Trakai. You can visit national parks like the Lakes of Aukštaitija.


Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It has historic sites like Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French, and British. Malta is famous for its film location. It has cliffs, and stunning landscapes, olds buildings that are famous for filmmaking.


The Netherlands, a country in northwestern Europe, is known for its flat landscape of canals, tulip fields, windmills, and cycling routes. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. You can explore the Rijksmuseum and  Van Gogh Museum. King Willem-Alexander is the reigning monarch.


Norway is like a dreamland filled with stunning beauty that will give you an amazing life experience. You can see towering mountains covered in snow,  huge lakes with cliffs called fjords, and colorful lights dancing in the sky known as the Northern Lights. You can go fishing on the coast, on beautiful islands, and on rocky shores. Norway gives beauty with colorful houses, coastal culture, fishing boats, paintings, and old lighthouses.


Poland is one of the most populated countries in the European Union. This is the fifty Schengen to visit. Polish is the official and main language of Poland. Poland is known for its rich heritage, It is well known for its music and literature. You can enjoy delicious traditional food which is taken through generations. Poland’s natural beauty is breathtaking with the stunning beauty of the Tatra mountains, water destinations like Picturesque Lake with forests, and the Baltic Sea which gives you water experiences like hiking, and water sports.


Portugal is a southern European country on the Iberian Peninsula with Spain’s border. The Atlantic Ocean has influenced many aspects of its culture: salt cod and grilled sardines are national dishes, the Algarve’s beaches are a major destination, and much of the nation’s architecture is old which was built when Portugal had a powerful maritime empire.


Slovakia, officially the Slovak Republic, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is bordered by Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east, Hungary to the south, Austria to the west, and the Czech Republic to the northwest. You can explore unique castles,  caves, hot springs, folk architecture, and the European Dead Sea.


It is a country in Central Europe and is known for its mountains, ski resorts, and lakes. On Lake Bled, a glacial lake fed by hot springs, the town of Bled contains a church-topped islet and a cliffside medieval castle.


Spain is a Europe’s Iberian peninsula with 17 autonomous regions with diverse geography and cultures. Madrid is the capital city which has the Royal Palace and Prado Museum.


Sweden is a Scandinavian nation with thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes, along with vast boreal forests and glaciated mountains.  Stockholm is built on 14 islands. It has more than 50 bridges, as well as the medieval old town, Gamla Stan, royal palaces and museums such as the open-air Skansen.


Switzerland is also one of the Schengen countries. Switzerland is famous for its literature, art and architecture, music, and science. There are 1000 museums to visit in Switzerland. In Switzerland.  You can see the beauty of calm lakes, big cities, tall castles, and stunning mountains. You can enjoy tasting some wine, chocolates, and cheese.

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