The Schengen visa for the country of Poland is used by travelers who are traveling to Poland or are simply in-transit passengers while in Poland. This visa allows its holders to traverse across 26 different countries that exist within the Schengen zone.
Citizens of Armenia are invited to apply for the Poland (Schengen) Visa. Before you begin the application process, you will need to make sure that your passport will be valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date and that your passport has at least 3 blank pages. As of right now, the Poland (Schengen) visa is not accepted via online submission. However, iVisa is here to support you through the application process.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How do I submit my application?
To submit your application first fill it out online. Once you have finished filling out the application, you will need to set up an appointment at the embassy in Yerevan. This appointment will involve an interview as well as documentation of your biometrics. It is at this appointment that you will be able to file your application and pay the application fee.
Are application fees refundable if my application is rejected?
Application fees are paid to the embassy and are nonrefundable. Please keep in mind that any fees paid do not guarantee that your application will be approved.
How much are the application fees?
The amount you pay to submit your application will vary depending on your reasons for visiting the country, your connections within the country, and/or the passport that you hold. Certain people are not required to pay an application fee. For instance, applications for minors under the age of 6 are not subject to the same fees.
What are the documents that I will need to provide when I submit my application?
The required documents for this application are as follows:
- Printed confirmation of your scheduled interview appointment.
- Current valid passport.
- 2 recent photos. Photos must be taken with a white background and can have no obstructions (glasses, hats, etc.) covering your face or ears. Additionally, the photos cannot be more than 6 months old and must be 5x5 inches.
- Bank statements for the last 3 months to show that you have more than enough money to cover the expenses of your trip (unless you are being sponsored by a company/institution).
- Accommodation details (hotel reservation or invitation letter).
- Medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros.
Additional documents may be required depending on the visa that you apply for, your reasons for traveling to Poland/Schengen, whether or not you have relatives who are permanent citizens of Schengen, and so on. For instance, those who are traveling to Schengen for the purposes of study and research are required to submit two application forms instead of one and a letter of acceptance at an EU university/college/school.
Does the Poland Schengen visa allow multiple entry?
Certain Schengen visas do allow multiple entry. Your eligibility for a multiple entry visa is determined based on your reason for traveling to Schengen.