Italy Visa Process

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What is Italy Visa or Schengen Visa? Italy visa or Schengen visa is granted to individuals planning for a pleasure trip to the country or visit friend...

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What is Italy Visa or Schengen Visa?
Italy visa or Schengen visa is granted to individuals planning for a pleasure trip to the country or visit friends and family members staying there. People traveling strictly for tourism must select tourist category while applying for the visa. Travelers intending to visit their relatives must choose to visit as their visa category during the application process. Italy tourist visa is commonly referred to as Schengen short-stay visa categorized under Type C. The Schengen short-stay visas can be issued by the Italian Embassy in India for a maximum span of 90 days.
Italy Visa Document Requirements
Assuming that you have an idea about the Italy Schengen visa, here we will present a short guide to the list of documents required for Italy visa application. Schengen visa documents are especially known for its complexities. Spare sufficient time to collect the documents and verify them thoroughly. We will quickly run through the documents requirements in this section before moving on to the visa process.
• Current Passport with a validity of minimum 6 months along with all previous passports if any
• 3 Photographs 35–45 mm in width, 70–80% of the face visible in white background
• Overseas travel medical insurance valid for all Schengen-countries. The insurance has to cover travel period + 2 additional days with coverage of Euros 30000 inclusive of a repatriation clause. Minimum 10 days insurance is mandatory from the travel date.
• Pay stubs
• Leave approval letter on company letterhead authenticated by the HR with stamp and signature
• Tax statements for the last 3 years
• Original bank statement for 3 months with stamp and signature. The statement must be provided in A4 size
• Accommodation proof covering the whole duration of the intended stay
• Return flight ticket itinerary
• Marriage Certificate copy if married
• In case of Minor traveling with anyone parent or with a third party: Affidavit from the parent/s stating that he/she has no objection to the travel of the minor. The affidavit has to be notarized and legalized by the competent Home Department of the State of Residence. The parent/s resident in Italy can make a similar self-declaration with a copy of his/her stay permit and passport.
• In case of invitation and sponsorship: Invitation letter from Italy (Lettera d’invito) accompanied by a copy of identification along with Passport first, last and visa pages and resident permit card copy.
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