Travel to Europe?

Travel to Europe? Shengen Visa?

Schengen Visa allows free traveling between most European countries, 22 member countries of the European Union and 3 No- members.

Traveling to Europe with a Schengen Visa allows the visa holder to visit any or all member countries of the Schengen alliance using a single visa.

Carrying a Schengen Visa, offers benefits to those who wish to visit several European countries in one trip by avoiding additional costs and paperwork that might arise in trying to obtain individual visas for each of the countries under the Schengen treaty.

The Schengen visa is a visitor visa, the purpose of the visit to any of the participating countries must be leisure, tourism or business.

The Schengen Visa allows a maximum stay of 90 days within a period of 6 months within the participating countries. It is strongly recommended to plan your trip according to the time-based because extensions can be difficult to obtain.

Before processing the Schengen Visa, confirm whether your country of citizenship requires a visa to travel to countries member of the European Union.

The traveler must comply with the requirements established by the embassy to the country for which the visitor will enter the Schengen area.

Some of the requirements for the Schengen Visa include:

  • Schengen Visa Application Form (refer to the requirements of each embassy).
  • Valid Passport. Expiration day must exceed 90 day of traveling period.
  • Travel Assistance plan (minimum coverage of € 30,000).

Schengen Travel Insurance

To obtain a visa, it is necessary to have an ASSISTANCE PLAN OR TRAVEL INSURANCE covering repatriation expenses and emergency medical expenses, for a minimum of 30,000 Euros. Most BMI Travel Assist plans meet the requirements for obtaining a Schengen visa.

The purchase voucher must be presented at the time of visa issuance.