Important Travel Document Information – Please Read
If you are wishing to gain a visa to Liechtenstein you will be pleased to know that the Liechtenstein embassies have reopened for business and are now processing Liechtenstein visas. The processing of Liechtenstein visas can take up to 12 weeks. You can select ‘express processing’ from the drop down menu on the application for a quicker response.
We strongly advise to apply as soon as possible to ensure that you are approved for a Liechtenstein Visa in time for your trip. You will not be allowed on your flight without a valid visa document.
There are various sorts of visas that will apply to your trip to Liechtenstein, depending on the reason for your visit. Whether you intend to visit, study, or work in Greece and live there permanently, you will need to apply for a Schengen to Greece visa.
A visa to Liechtenstein can be applied for up to 90 days before your trip.
- A passport or other travel document that is valid. Issued within the last ten years and valid for at least three months beyond the day you plan to depart Belgium (and the Schengen zone).
- If you are subject to the Belgian visa regime, you will need a visa.
- Other supporting documents, such as an invitation letter from a Belgian host, proof of housing, or a round-trip ticket, may be requested.
Please select one of the following options when applying for your Liechtenstein Visa:
Fill out your application completely and truthfully. Your responses will be used during your Embassy interview. Any differences will complicate your approval process.
You must apply for a residency permit, rather than a Liechtenstein Visa if you plan to stay in France for more than 90 days.
A Schengen Visa is a short-term European visa. This type of Visa enables the holder to travel freely throughout the Schengen area. The visa, itself is issued by one of the Schengen nations. That is to say, you can visit any of the Schengen countries for up to 90 days during a 180-day period.
The Schengen Visa is the most common visa in Europe. In order words, it entitles the holder to enter, travel freely within, and exit the Schengen area from any Schengen member country. There are no border controls within the Schengen zone.
There are various types of visas, each describing your territorial access to the Schengen area, i.e. whether you are permitted to travel to all, part, or none of the 26 Schengen Member States.
The Uniform Schengen Visa (USV) gives you access to the whole Schengen area, including all of the member states. There are two types of Schengen Visas (which are identical), each detailing the length of your stay in the Schengen area. Both are acceptable for Schengen Visas (USVs).
Type A (Airport Transit): Valid just for passing through Schengen airports; it does not grant entry to any areas outside of the airport.
Short-stay (Type C): A stay of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. Type C can be found as follows:
- Only one entry
- Multiple Entry
- Double Entry
Each one specifies the number of times you are permitted to enter the Schengen zone.
LTV (Limited Territorial Visa): A visa that allows you to visit only one or a few Schengen nations, but not the full Schengen area.
A long-stay visa (Type D) that allows admission to a single Schengen country rather than the entire Schengen area and is valid for more than 90 days.
A Schengen Visa is an official travel document. It allows the holder to visit any Schengen countries. This can be for tourist or business reasons. For up to 90 days.
The Schengen Zone is made up of 26 European nations. At their shared borders, they have agreed to eliminate all passports and other forms of border control. In terms of international travel, the region primarily functions as a single jurisdiction with a uniform visa policy.
All third-country nationals who have not yet signed a liberalization agreement with Schengen member states must get this travel authorization before to traveling in Europe. To determine if you need a Schengen visa to visit a Schengen member country
A national visa is a sort of visa that allows you to enter a single country.
Schengen visas are not national visas.
National Visas are classified as “long stay” (Type D) visas, as opposed to “short stay” Schengen visas (Type-C).
Schengen Visas vs. National Visas: A Schengen visa and a National visa differ primarily in two ways:
1) A Schengen visa gives you entrance to the Schengen area and can be used in any of the Schengen countries. A national visa, on the other hand, grants you exclusive access to a single country.
2) The duration of a Schengen visa is restricted to 90 days, whereas a National Visa might be valid for considerably longer.
No such thing as a Schengen national visa exists. National visas and Schengen visas are two different types of visas.
Liechtenstein, for example, is a Schengen country, but if you want to remain longer than 90 days, youll need a national visa rather than a Schengen visa.
Please keep in mind that national visa charges vary per country. Your visa fees should be available at the consulate of the country to which you are applying for a national visa.
When is the ideal time to submit my Liechtenstein visa application?
The optimal time to apply for a Liechtenstein visa is 1-2 months prior to your intended departure date. However, if you are in a hurry, we may be able to expedite your visa processing at the Embassys discretion.
Is it necessary for me to send you my passport in order to obtain a Liechtenstein visa?
Yes. You must give your original passport rather than a copy. Your passport will be stamped with the Liechtenstein visa, which will become one of your passport pages. Without your original passport, your visa request cannot be processed. Because your passport is so valuable, we strongly advise you to send it via a secure way such as a guaranteed postal service or courier.
Youll also need two passport-style photos taken lately, as well as your passport or other travel documents that are no more than ten years old and valid for at least three months after your departure date from the Schengen Area. Youll also need travel and medical insurance that covers you up to €30,000, a cover letter outlining your itinerary and the purpose of your visit, as well as a flight itinerary and proof of lodging, proof of your civil status, such as a marriage certificate, and proof that youll be able to support yourself during your stay. From country to country, the quantity you must show will differ. You will need additional documentation if you plan to work or study. The Liechtenstein government does not specify proof of sufficient financial means, and it is handled on a case-by-case basis. Show bank documents, hotel reservations, and proof that your income or investments are sufficient to sustain you throughout your vacation.