It depends a great deal on nationality in this aspect. The process may take longer for those holding passports from developing countries – between three and four weeks from the date of acceptance of your application.Reason Four: Implementation at the wrong facility. You need to reserve an appointment at that country’s consulate/application centre after you have defined your main destination. But be careful and book an appointment at the facility that serves YOUR region. For example, if you live closer to Manchester than London and you do not have the possibility to apply for a Spanish Schengen visa in London, you have to apply in Manchester. Study the websites of embassies to find out which areas they serve and where your application should be lodged. Reason Five: Old or incorrect application forms submitted. Make sure you fill out the correct and up-to-date form for your visa application. The forms can be found on the official websites of the embassies. Click more info here.
In Europe, travelling has never been easier. Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Austria, Greece, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia will have access to a single visa through the Schengen Agreement (pronounced SHEN-ghen) for the 25 members of the Schengen Area (and includes by default, the micro states of Monaco, San Marino, and Vatican City). Not everyone requires a Schengen visa to travel throughout Europe (see this map of exempted countries to find out if you are required to have one). You will need to apply to the embassy or consulate of the country where you will spend most of your time) or to the point of entry for your visit if you require a Schengen visa. Here is the list of requirements for the Schengen visa that you will need when applying: Two completed and signed application forms with photographs of the passport size (separate applications, photos, and birth certificates are required for children).