Schengen Visa

tepen

11-26-2005, 09:18 PM

Hi to all Timog Forum members! isa pong requirements sa pagapply ng Schengen visa ay Recent Bank Statement and Bank book. Tanong? meron po ba may alam/idea kung magkano dapat ang deposit(or minimum deposit) para tangapin nila ang application? baka po meron TF member na nakapagapply o nabigyan na ng ganitong klaseng visa I need some info. Thanks in advace to all!

andres

11-26-2005, 10:15 PM

Hi tepen,

Ayon sa aking pag-google, kailangan mo daw approx. $150 per day that you intend to stay in Europe (at least for France). But I think it also depends on the country you’re planning to visit. It’s probably safer to check directly with the embassy/consulate.

fremsite

11-26-2005, 10:19 PM

Tanong? meron po ba may alam/idea kung magkano dapat ang deposit(or minimum deposit) para tangapin nila ang application? baka po meron TF member na nakapagapply o nabigyan na ng ganitong klaseng visa I need some info. Thanks in advace to all!

hello… just applied a Schengen Visa last summer this year . Ang alam kong minimum deposit is
100 lapads …kung complete ang mga papers mo , madali mo sigurong makukuha ang visa .
for me , after 3-4 days lang natanggap ko na thru mail . :slight_smile: goodluck !

tepen

11-27-2005, 03:28 AM

Sorry for the very late replly, but thank you very much andres and Fremsite for the info.

pointblank

11-27-2005, 11:07 PM

It depends on which embassy you apply to. Kahit na isa na (at least in theory) ang European Union, the embassy of each nation imposes their own standards.

Mukhang mas maluwag ng kaunti ang French embassy - hindi sila ma-quieme, at mabilis pa mag-trabaho. Yung Italian embassy - forget it - no wonder sila ang latak ng Europe. Kung anu-ano ang hinihingi na paiba-iba everytime you go there, pagkatapos aabutin ng one month bago lumabas ang visa mo - all that time, nasa kanila ang passport mo. Di naman madami ang nag-aapply sa Italian embassy kung ikumpara sa French embassy - tamad lang talaga ang mga Italyano.

Meron akong kilala na milyon milyon ang sweldo kada buwan mula sa multinational company - nakatatak sa bank passbook niya ang record, pero ayaw bigyan ng visa ng Italian embassy, dahil daw masyado siyang magastos (nakatatak din sa passbook siyempre yung lumalabas na pera pambayad sa credit card, kuryente, tubig, withdrawals, atbp.). Wala raw siyang financial stability. Pati ba naman yung personal life ng tao ay kailangan nilang pakialaman? Sira ang ulo talaga ng mga Italyanong yan. As if naman ipagpapalit mo ang buhay mo dito sa Japan bilang well-compensated employee para mag-TNT sa Italy na mapra-praning ka pa sa mga snatcher na gypsy.

tepen

11-28-2005, 04:04 PM

hi! pointblank just read your post salamat sa info. actually plano ko aplayan yung German embassy may sister kasi ko dun na german citizen at ang purpose ko lang magreunion kami ng mga kapatid ko at mga cousin ko.
Do you have an idea in German embassy kung maluwag din?
Thanks again!

betong

11-28-2005, 04:11 PM

…As if naman ipagpapalit mo ang buhay mo dito sa Japan bilang well-compensated employee para mag-TNT sa Italy na mapra-praning ka pa sa mga snatcher na gypsy…
Why the hell not, the bohemian life could be quite appealing.

I agree with Pointblank about the French. Their embassies usually are the most efficient in giving out visa’s. And yes, the Italians can be more troublesome when it comes to administrative work. Or any kind of work. Unless ofcourse you want someone to ‘disappear’. But if you do, I know this guy in Palermo…

tepen

11-28-2005, 04:21 PM

salamat betong kung mas ok pala talaga sa French embassy ang problema ko lang wala kong relatives dun and one of the requirements is guarantee letter nong nagiinvite.

betong

11-28-2005, 07:02 PM

That’s kinda stupid and maybe racist to ask for (or maybe just elitist). Why don’t they ask Americans for a guarantee letter from their French relatives? Does it not suffice to have a sizable bank account to spend tons of dough on Louis Vuitton and Cartier products?
Tell them that they are ‘une poignée d’élitistes coincés du cul’ (would rather not translate that… ok it means they are a bunch of elitists, stuck up in their derrières).

betong

11-28-2005, 07:17 PM

And you can add: ‘Allez vous faire enfoncer une baguette dans votre cul!’ - which translates to - why don’t you shove a baguette up your arse.

Joke lang po. I suggest you not say this, unless you want to impress them (or impress upon them how unreasonable that is to ask - having a letter of guarantee when you just want to spend your hard earned yen from the second most important economy in their flagging economy).

pointblank

11-29-2005, 07:49 PM

salamat betong kung mas ok pala talaga sa French embassy ang problema ko lang wala kong relatives dun and one of the requirements is guarantee letter nong nagiinvite.

I do not know about the German embassy dahil wala akong experience na mag-apply doon.

You do not need an invitation letter kung pupunta bilang tourist. You just need to show an itinerary which contains your plane reservations and your hotel bookings, at siyempre, yung limpak-limpak na salapi mo para bumili ng Louis Vuitton na maleta.

If you are applying in the French embassy, obviously ay dapat sa France ang plane & hotel mo. You can do this by reserving with a travel agency or even on the Internet, i-cancel mo na lang pag nakuha mo na ang visa mo. O pwede ka ring pumunta ng Germany via transiting in Paris using Air France (which I think is cheaper than going straight via Lufthansa). Once nakapasok ka na ng Schengen, di na nila malalaman kung saan ka nagpunta dahil wala nang tatak sa passport mo beyond your first airport of landing.

Pag nag-apply ka “to visit a relative”, talagang hihinginin nila ang papeles galing sa relative mo.

mikkie

02-08-2007, 04:47 PM

hello… just applied a Schengen Visa last summer this year . Ang alam kong minimum deposit is
100 lapads …kung complete ang mga papers mo , madali mo sigurong makukuha ang visa .
for me , after 3-4 days lang natanggap ko na thru mail . :slight_smile: goodluck !

Fremsite,

Paano po ba ang procedures and documents required for Schengen Visa application?, Saang embassy po kayo nag apply? Planning po sanang pumunta ng Italy and other places in Europe for Tourism, pero based don sa ibang post reply eh bulok ang sistema ng Italian Embassy. I’ve checked their website already,baka may mas specific pang info from you who had already an experience of obtaining schengen visa. appreciate your response in advance.:slight_smile:

mavs

02-08-2007, 06:10 PM

Naku jama pala mag aply nang visa sa Italian Embassy, dying pa naman akong marating at makita ang Venice the city of waters. It should be on every travelers “Life List” daw. Kahit siguro maasar tayo sa mga Italian some point in our life we still patronizing some stuff from them naman di ba, :food:
Kung may nakakuha na ng Visa from Italian Embassy can you please share, good and ____ it’s highly appreciated.:slight_smile:

fleurdelis

05-13-2008, 10:44 PM

meron po ba senyo na nakakuha na ng schengen visa na in-issue ng spanish embassy? nagsesearch po ako eh parang walang website yung embassy nila dito sa tokyo??
nagpaplano rin po kasi ko na punta europa, mostly sa madrid ang stay. siguro nga kapareho lang ng requirements nung ibang schengen countries pero kung alam nyo po website nung embassy dito sa tokyo or better yet kung may experience kayo ng pag-apply ng visa sa kanila pashare naman po.
Gracias!!

antigojp

06-13-2008, 01:19 AM

http://www.travelpaperwork. com/schengen.php

Where should I apply ?

If you intend to visit only one Schengen country, you must apply at the Embassy or Consulate of that particular country. You apply at the Embassy or Consulate in whose jurisdiction you are a permanent resident.
If you intend to visit several Schengen countries, you must apply for a visa at the Embassy or Consulate of the country which is your main destination.
If you intend to visit several Schengen countries but do not have a main destination, you should apply for a visa at the Embassy or Consulate of the country which is your first point of entry.
If you do not need a visa for the Schengen country which is your main destination or first point of entry, please note that you may require a visa for other Schengen countries you wish to visit. You should then apply at the Embassy or Consulate of the first Schengen country which does require you to have a visa.http://www.realestate-tokyo.com/info/embassy/image/title.gif

http://www.realestate-tokyo.com/info/embassy/

Hindi naman po mahirap kumuha ng Visa.

Several times na kong nakakuha and you can choose single or multiple.

GOOD LUCK!!:dowave:

kokorokara

10-19-2009, 10:31 AM

My husband and I are planning to travel to Europian countries maybe 6 countries,early next year,i am just curious is England not included of the schengen visa? I actually read some of the infos,I maybe missed out reading about the England country? Anyway,thanks for this helpful infos. Goodluck to all traveller`s.

katek

10-19-2009, 10:41 AM

tanda ko hindi kasali ang england sa schengen…you have to apply a separate visa for that. i’m not sure how long the process will take. i was in france then i tried applying dun mismo for a visa. sabi nila matagal daw… :scratch: ewan ko lang ngayon kung mas mabilis…

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