Posted on July 20 2022
Individuals belonging to non-EU countries will not be able to get Schengen visa appointments as they are canceled due to high demand. When the European Union and Schengen Area countries have uplifted the COVID restrictions for the summer, individuals belonging to third- countries applied for the Schengen visas.
Because of such a high demand, individuals who have not applied for the visa will not be able to get a slot till mid-September 2022. The executives of the travel industry told that no slots for July and August are available for the 26 Schengen Area countries.
It has also been revealed that there are a few countries for which some slots may be available in August. But no slots are available for most of the Schengen Area countries in September. This situation has occurred because embassies are unable to meet the high demand for Schengen visas. This happened because the number of Schengen visas is fixed.
Because of the unavailability of the slot, individuals from third countries are going to other countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, Egypt, Thailand, and many more. As there is an unavailability of the slots, low number of tourists will come to visit Europe.
In the previous months, embassies took a lot of time to process the visas. Now additional staff has been hired to speed up the process the visas. Generally, it takes 15 days to process the visa application.
The Schengen visa is a short-term visa whose validity is 90 days. Candidates having this visa can enter any Schengen country for business or tourism purposes. There are many countries that do not have any agreement with the Schengen countries. Candidates belonging to these countries must have a visa to visit the Schengen countries.
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