A smooth Schengen visa application process requires clear understanding of the step-by-step lodging procedure as well as the necessary set of the documents. Using our 10 years’ experience, iAdventure Escape Travel ensures that all your forms are in the right order and completed in accordance with the standards of The European Embassy, which minimizes the processing time and possibility of visa rejection.
We advise you to apply for a visa approximately 1 month in advance, but not earlier than 3 months. Usually, a visa is issued for a period of 3 months. However, for some types of Schengen visa its validity can be 1 month or less; in this case it would be advisable to apply 1 month prior to your trip.
We offers assistance with the application process for the following categories of visas to Schengen:
Type of visa
Tourist VisaA temporary visitor visa to Schengen Countries is granted to passengers who are travelling for short-term stay for the purpose of tourism or business medical check-up and medical treatment.
Business VisaA business multiple-entry visa granted to applicants travelling to Schengen Countries for business purposes such as business talks, contract signing, after-sales service for machinery or other import/export.
Transit VisaA transit visa is granted to applicants who are travelling to the 3rd country through Schengen zone. Transit visa can be with a single or double entry, where each entry cannot exceed 15 days.
In order to apply for a Schengen visa you will need to go through a few steps
Check if you are required to obtain a visa to Schengen or whether your nationality falls into one of the Who Needs and Who Doesn’t Need a Schengen Visa to Travel to Europe?
Please check whether you have at least two empty pages in your passport and it is valid for at least 6 months from the date of exiting Schengen.
Submit all the documents to our office at Kuala Lumpur, so we can process your visa through the selected European Embassy.
The European Embassy accepts applications from Malaysia passport holders or foreigners who are holding a long-term residence in Malaysia (Dependent Pass, Student Pass, Employment Pass, Work Permit and Long-Term Visit Pass).
Short-term residents, tourists and temporary visitors have to apply for a visa in European Consulate or Embassy of their home countries.