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Planning on following your favorite band across Europe on their tour, but can’t get appointment dates for your Poland Schengen Visa to catch the first performance? Normally, people would say it’s your fault that you don’t have an appointment date yet. But honestly, considering that Polish consulates handle over a million visa applications a year, it is quite commonplace to have trouble booking an appointment.
Don’t panic though, we’ll guide you through the steps involved in getting an appointment for your Poland Schengen Visa. We’ll also tell you what to do if no dates are open anytime soon.
How to get a Poland Schengen Visa appointment
To get a Schengen visa, you’ll have to book an appointment with the consulate. No walk-ins are allowed. This can be booked from one of the two:
- Directly through the consulate
- Through authorized third-party agents like VFSGlobal
The appointment is subject to availability in both these options. VFSGlobal supports around a 100 applications a day which is usually enough to take care of your needs. The handling fee charged by VFSGlobal is approximately $25, but it may change based on the availability of slots.
Depending on which countries you plan on visiting, you need to make sure you are applying at the right consulate.
When applying for a Schengen Visa, you need to get your country and your jurisdiction right. We have several articles on our website to help you find the right jurisdiction to apply in. Click here for help in finding the right jurisdiction.
Having trouble getting a Poland Schengen visa appointment?
In case you don’t get a Poland Schengen Visa appointment, there are several alternatives you can try.
Try changing your jurisdiction.
It is not guaranteed that you will always get an appointment in your jurisdiction. Changing your jurisdiction is a possible alternative you could try. It does not guarantee success though, as other consulates are also usually booked up well in advance.
Change your main Schengen Visa Consulate.
A major occurrence while booking Schengen Visa is that the consulate of your choice is booked out. You can deal with this issue by changing your primary consulate to a different country. Countries like Luxembourg, Malta, and Iceland don’t handle as many visa requests and so should suit your purpose.
While applying for Schengen Visa in the mentioned countries you would need to show a preliminary travel itinerary. We can help you prepare a temporary itinerary for that country. Once you get your visa, change your plans as you wish.
Once you get a Schengen Visa you may travel to any Schengen country of your choice. Upon your arrival, you would have to show proof of accommodation and your travel itinerary. For the sake of the interview, you could say that you intend to spend a few days in Poland and the rest of your vacation in Iceland.
You could land in Iceland, enjoy the sights for a day or two, and then head over to Poland if you have to change your consulate out of necessity.
Wait till an appointment date opens up after someone cancels.
Though this is not a recommended alternative, there have been occasions where an individual has obtained an appointment after someone has canceled theirs. As long as you are patient and vigilant enough to spot the opening on all available consulate tabs, you could get an appointment.
Or you could entrust our dedicated team at travelvisabookings to do the same for you. All you have to do is fill our Schengen Visa Appointment form.
Can you get me an appointment for my Poland Schengen Visa?
Currently, our services are available in the following countries:
- United Kingdom
- The United States of America
We are adding more countries to this list every month.
Primarily, our services can be availed by corporate employees seeking a Schengen Visa on short notice. Even though we will try our best in all available consulates, getting an appointment is entirely dependent on the availability of slots in the consulate.
The charges for the appointment are fixed by the consulate. For our services, we charge $35 along with the price set by the consulate. You will need to pay an initial advance of $10. You can pay the balance once we get you an appointment date.
Follow these steps:
- Fill the form shown above and pay the initial amount through your preferred method (PayPal/Bank Transfer).
- Once the payment is confirmed, we will send you a mail explaining our procedures.
- We will send you a mail containing the appointment details within 8 hours of receiving the payment.
- Once you send us your confirmation we will send you your appointment and reference number.
Click here, to know more about getting your Poland Schengen visa appointment date.
You can attend your Poland Schengen visa appointment once you are done with this.
FAQs on Poland Schengen visa appointment
We have attempted to answer any questions you may still have regarding Schengen visa appointments.
Can I complete my verification on the government website?
You can verify your appointment either on the government website or through VFS global.
How long will I have to wait till you get an appointment date?
It will take approximately 8-10 hours for us to check with all available consulates and get you an appointment.
In how much time do I have to pay you after I get an appointment date?
It is recommended that you confirm the appointment with us within the hour. A large number of people are usually after the same appointment slot and if you take too long to respond, we’ll be forced allot the appointment to someone else.
Will paying you more increase my chances of getting an appointment
No, we work only on a first come first serve basis.
What modes of payment do you accept?
We accept PayPal, Bank transfer, and Western Union.
In which countries can I avail of your services?
As of right now, we operate in the following countries
- United Kingdome
- United States of America
Can you help me make Schengen visa appointments for multiple applicants?
Since it can be difficult to arrange multiple dates on the same day, for 3-4 people you would probably get appointments
Will you refund me, if I decide I do not want the appointment?
on different dates or consulates.
We will refund you the full amount only if we cannot arrange an appointment date for you. If you back out of an already arranged appointment it will not be possible for us to repay you as we would have already payed the consulate fees and commission.
What documents will be required during the appointment procedure?
Generally, the only documents required are your name, passport number, expiry date, and date of issue. A scanned copy of the documents or an email with the requisite details will serve the purpose. If we require any other documents, we will contact you via email.
What is the cost involved in getting an appointment?
The cost involved in getting an appointment depends on the consulate and the date on which the appointment is required. An appointment date a month away would be cheaper than an appointment date within the next 10 days. On top of the consulate fees, we charge an additional $35.
How much is the time involved in processing a visa application?
On average it takes 5 working days to process one application.
How long do I wait before I can reapply, if my visa is refused?
If your application is rejected you can appeal against it free of charge. The details on the procedure to reapply will be available on your rejection letter.
Do I need to have a travel insurance for my Schengen visa?
According to the EU charter, you must prove you have valid travel medical insurance to cover for any emergencies.
How many days before my planned vacation should I apply for a Schengen Visa?
We recommend applying for it at least a month in advance as if you wait too long you might not get an appointment.
Do I need to have a travel insurance for my Schengen visa?
According to the EU charter, applicants must prove they have valid travel medical insurance to cover any expenses that may arise during their stay. For more information about it click here.
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