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Austria Schengen Visa for Dominican Republican citizens: Application guide for 2023
9 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Austria, the land of snow-capped mountains, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine, is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. However, if you're a citizen of the Dominican Republic, you must apply for the Austria Schengen Visa to visit the country.

The Austria Schengen Visa allows you to visit the Schengen Area for up to 90 days Per Entry. In this guide, we'll provide you with all the information you need to know about the Austria Schengen visa application process, required documents, and visa fees.

We're here to help make your visa application process as smooth as possible!

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Do Dominican Republicans need the Austrian Schengen Visa?

In short, yes! Austria requires citizens of more than 100 countries, including the Dominican Republic, to have this visa before visiting.

Children and minors from the Dominican Republic also need an Austrian Schengen Visa. The process is super easy for families, as they can apply together by simply clicking 'Add another person' during the iVisa application process.

Everything you need to know about the Austria Schengen Visa

The Austria Schengen Visa offers more than just an opportunity to explore Austria; it also grants access to 26 other countries within the Schengen Zone and the European Union.

These countries include Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

For citizens of the Dominican Republic, this short-term visa presents several purposes:

  • Enjoy a vacation in Austria and the Schengen Area/European countries.

  • Visit family and friends residing in Austria or the Schengen Zone.

  • Conduct business or scientific research.

  • Travel for medical purposes.

  • Attend short courses, training placements, and cultural events.

  • Participate in sports events.

It's important to note that the Schengen Visa does not permit individuals to work, receive payments, or live in Austria. For those purposes, a valid visa or residence permit application will be necessary.

Find more info about the work visa and other travel documents on the Austrian government website.

How long is the Austria Schengen Visa valid for Dominican Republicans?

When your application is approved, you'll usually receive a valid Multiple Entry visa that allows for a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry within a 180-day period. This means that within the 90-day period, you can enter and exit Austria as often as you wish, making it easy to explore other countries within the Schengen Zone.

However, it's important to note that the Austrian consulate or embassy has the final say in granting you a multiple-entry, double-entry, or single-entry visa based on your individual circumstances.

Can I extend my Schengen Visa to Austria?

The Schengen Visa cannot be extended while you're in Austria. Only in extreme circumstances, can you stay longer in the country than your visa allows.

If you don't think your visa allows enough time in the country or the Schengen Zone, simply leave before your visa expires and reapply again from the Dominican Republic. The expiry date is decided based on your travel purpose, plans, and financial situation, for example.

Austria Schengen Visa Fee: Cost and processing time for Dominican Republicans

Applying for an Austria Schengen Visa with us usually takes around 30 days and incurs a fee of USD $199.99.

This fee excludes the government visa fee of approximately US$84.85, a separate cost that must be paid during your visa appointment. Keep in mind that the government can take up to 60 days to process your application once your iVisa Expert has submitted it.

Children between 6 and 12 years old qualify for a half-price government fee, and those under 6 are exempt from paying the fee.

When applying with us, the following benefits are included in the processing fee:

  • 100% government-compliant: Our team of iVisa Experts will review your information and ensure it's 100% compliant with government requirements.

  • Unlimited access to your iVisa Expert: We assign you a personal iVisa Expert to guide you through the entire application process, from start to finish.

  • Simplified application form: Instead of answering over 60 confusing and tedious questions on the government website, you'll have to answer 50% of the questions, like a short survey.

  • Fill out the form at your own pace: Make changes whenever you want, and save your progress if you need a break.

  • *Step-by-step PDF Manual: By applying with us, you'll receive a complete guide with all the tips you need to answer difficult questions and how to prepare for your interview.

Austria Schengen Visa for Dominican Republic citizens: Document requirements

To apply for an Austria Visa from the Dominican Republic, we only require your passport details and photos.

However, during your appointment, you must bring certain documents to meet the requirements for Dominican Republic citizens. Here's a list of the supporting documents you need to prepare:

  • Your valid Dominican Republic passport, should have been issued in the past 10 years and be valid for at least 3 months after you leave the Schengen Area.

  • Two recent passport photos, which you can conveniently get using our affordable [digital photo service].

  • The printed and signed application form, which you'll receive during the application process.

  • Approved payment method for the Schengen Visa fee.

  • Copies of previous Schengen Visas (if applicable).

  • Proof of enough funds to cover your trip expenses. You can provide bank statements from the last 3 months, an employment contract, or an income statement.

  • Proof of accommodation, such as an invitation letter from your friend or family member about where you'll be staying or hotel bookings.

  • Proof that you intend to return to the Dominican Republic, such as documents that show you are currently working or studying, have family ties, or own property.

  • Travel insurance that covers hospitalization, emergencies, urgent medical treatment, and related expenses of at least 30,000 euros.

Austria Schengen Visa requirements for children

Children or minors traveling alone must provide a certified power of attorney signed by their parents or legal guardians to get a Schengen Visa approved.

Austria Schengen Visa photo requirements

Here are the specific criteria set by the government that your passport photos should follow when applying for an Austria Schengen Visa:

  • Two identical photos must be provided.

  • The photos should have been taken within the last six months.

  • They should measure 35 mm x 45 mm.

  • The photos must be in color.

  • The applicant's head should take up 70-80% of the photo. *The minimum resolution of the photo should be 400 dpi.

To ensure compliance with these requirements or if you don't have a passport photo yet, use our [hassle-free digital photo service]! This service enables you to obtain 100% compliant photos from the comfort of your own home, saving you time and effort.

Austria Schengen Visa passport requirements

To be eligible to apply for an Austria Schengen Visa, it is crucial to have a valid passport.

Check that your passport meets the following criteria:

  • Your passport should have been issued within the last 10 years.

  • It should be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your planned arrival in the Schengen Zone.

  • It must have at least two blank pages for visa stamps.

Ensuring your passport meets these requirements is essential for a hassle-free and successful visa application process!

Austria Schengen Visa application: How to apply from the Dominican Republic

For a fast and hassle-free Austria Schengen Visa application process, simply follow these three easy steps online through our website or by downloading the iVisa app.

  • Step 1: Begin by providing your personal details and travel information. It's imperative to verify all the information you've entered before submitting the form to avoid errors.

  • Step 2: Pay the iVisa fee using your credit/debit card or PayPal account.

Once payment is complete, you'll receive a comprehensive guide via email from an iVisa Expert. It contains all the info on how to fill out the application form, what documents to collect, and how to schedule an appointment at the Austrian embassy, consulate, or Visa Application Center.

  • Step 3: Finally, on the day of your appointment, bring all the necessary documents with you.

We'll provide professional tips to help you prepare for your interview and improve your chances of a successful outcome!

Our streamlined process guarantees that you can effortlessly apply for an Austria Schengen Visa, have it approved, plan your journey, and enjoy your travels!

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My Austria Schengen Visa application was denied. What should I do?

Receiving a rejection for your Austria Schengen Visa application can be a disappointing setback, but it's not the end of the road. Here's what to do:

  • Appeal the decision: You have the right to appeal the visa decision within a specific timeframe. To appeal, you must provide new evidence to support your application and address the reasons for the rejection.

  • Reapply for your visa: By choosing to reapply for your visa using our services, you'll get the added security of an iVisa Expert reviewing your application and documents to ensure they're complete and meet the requirements.

It's important to note that we currently cannot offer refunds for Schengen Visa rejections. However, we provide recommendations and tips to increase your chances of approval, which gives you peace of mind.

  • Seek professional assistance: If you are unsure of what steps to take, seek professional help from our experts. They can advise you on the best action to take and help you prepare a stronger visa application.

The Schengen Visa application may seem daunting, but we're here to simplify the process for you and help you navigate the process with ease!

How to prepare for the Austria Schengen Visa interview in the Dominican Republic?

Proper planning and preparation for your Austria Schengen Visa interview can significantly affect the outcome of your application. When applying for your visa with us, we provide a comprehensive guide on how to schedule an appointment and how to prepare for the interview.

To help you feel more confident during the appointment, here are some essential tips to keep in mind:

  1. Collect the necessary documents: Ensure you have all the required documents and information for your visa application.

A sample list is provided in this article, and we offer a detailed list of the required documents during the application process.

  1. Practice for the interview: The interview allows the consular officer to learn more about your travel plans and intentions. Prepare to answer questions about your itinerary, accommodation, purpose of travel, and ties to your home country. Be honest and concise in your responses.

  2. Dress appropriately: It is essential to dress appropriately for the interview. Avoid wearing anything too casual or revealing. Smart casual attire, such as a neat shirt and jeans will suffice.

  3. Arrive early: It is always better to arrive at the embassy or consulate early to avoid unexpected delays. Being late for your appointment may negatively impact your application.

  4. Be respectful: The interview is formal, and it's essential to be courteous to the consular officer. Answer questions clearly and honestly and avoid becoming angry or raising your voice.

For more tips and information, read our ultimate Schengen Visa interview preparation guide!

COVID-19 entry requirements and restrictions in Austria

Travelers from the Dominican Republic are not required to undergo COVID-19 testing, vaccinations, or quarantine to visit the Schengen Zone and Austria.

Always check the latest entry requirements before flying, as information can change quickly.

Need more info about the Austria Schengen Visa?

If you have another question about the Austrian Schengen Visa process but can't find the answers on this page, our expert customer service team is here for you! They can be contacted via online chat or email at [email protected].

The information in this article is gathered from reputable sources: iVisa Experts, the Austria Embassy, and the Austrian government.

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