The processing time for a Portugal visa varies depending on the nationality and type of visa you are applying for. Short-stay visas usually take 7-8 working days, while long-stay Schengen visas can take 8-15 days. For some nationalities, it may take around 15 days. Contact us for detailed information.
Yes, the Non-EU nation need to pay the visa fees at the time of Portugal visa application. However, if you are married to EU national and present the original marriage certificate at the time of document verification along with other documents, then in such case, your visa fee will not be charged.
Yes, you may always apply for a multiple entry visa for Schengen countries that will allow you to travel to the country on multiple occasions within a specific period. However, suppose you want to apply for a multi-entry Schengen Visa. In that case, you will need to show multiple ITINERARIES for different countries at the VFS centre, for which we can help you with the dummy hotel and flight bookings. Get in touch with us to know more about it in detail.
All visa applicants, except children under 12 years, must provide biometric data for a Portugal visa in person. Minors under 12 years can have their documents submitted by a legal guardian at the VFS visa centre.
To apply for Portugal visas, you have to follow a simple four-step process: