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The official and most widely spoken language in Austria is German. The unofficial languages spoken here are Alemannic and Austro-Bavarian. From its stunning capital, Vienna, to the beautiful picturesque ski resorts of the Alps, Austria is a wonderful place to visit. To travel to Austria for a short trip lasting fewer than 90 days, you will need an Austrian Schengen Visa, as it is part of the Schengen Area of European countries that have abolished border controls between each other.
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Foreign nationals from the following countries with a valid passport are eligible to apply online for an Austria eVisa:
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Our application service is simple to use, hassle-free with a focus on accuracy. Our advisors check your Austria Application before submission on multiple occasions to ensure no error has been committed for authorisation. In case of information inaccuracy at the point of data entry, an advisor from our follow up team will contact you via email/phone at your convenience, to allocate 24×7 Email updates and support.
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If you do not satisfy the requirements for applying ETA online, please apply through a travel agent, airline, or an Austria visa office. If you are not available for an ETA VISA, you can still apply for another electronic visiting visa.
It is important that you are very careful when you enter your personal details. You will have an opportunity to review all the details you have provided and can change the details at any time until you confirm all details as correct.
If you have made an error, it is important that you correct it before proceeding. Once you have confirmed the details, your credit card will be debited for the non-refundable service charge.
If you find out later that you have made a mistake, you will need to make a new application (and incur another service charge). We cannot change the details on an ETA once it has been issued.
Note: If your ETA details do not match your passport details you might experience delays when boarding your aircraft or be refused entry into Australia.
No. You do not need to arrange your transportation into the country before applying for an ETA. Whether you are traveling by boat or plane, it’s okay to apply for your ETA anytime before or after your confirmed ticket.
You need to apply for an Austrian Schengen Visa if you intend to visit the country for tourism and recreation, business purposes, visiting friends or family, cultural and sporting events, airport and seafaring transit visits, official visits, medical treatment, short-term study, and research purposes. Depending on your reasons for visiting the Schengen Area and the frequency of your visits, the Schengen consulate can issue you a single, double, or a multiple-entry visa valid for 90 days.
However, if you are a frequent traveler, you may apply to obtain a multiple-entry Schengen Visa valid for up to five years. On each visit, you will only be able to stay within the Schengen Area for up to 90 days in a 180-day period.
If you’re applying for a work visa to Austria, you will need to provide the embassy/consulate with documents that prove you meet the Austrian Schengen Visa requirements based on your employment status. If employed, you need an employment contract, a current bank statement, and a no objection letter from your employer giving you leave to travel, and an income tax return. If self-employed, you will need a copy of your business license, company bank statements, and income tax returns. You will also need an invitation letter regardless of whether you are applying for a longer work visa or a short-stay visa for business or study. Student visas require proof of enrolment at an Austrian institution, a no objection letter from your place of study in your homeland, and an invitation letter.
Work out which Austrian Schengen Visa type you need based on the purpose of your travel. Collect the required documents for a visa to Austria. Make a visa appointment with the AustrianEmbassy/Consulate or an accredited visa application center in your home country. Attend the visa interview at the appropriate Austrian Embassy. Wait to see if your visa is approved – you can track your application online.
The Austrian authorities are likely to ask for the following documents when you’re applying for a visa or residence permit:
Receiving a visa rejection letter is disappointing, but it doesn’t mean you have to instantly abandon your study abroad plans. If you made some mistakes in your first application, like failing to attach the required documents, you can make these corrections and apply again.
However, if you believe your initial application was error-free, you can appeal to the Austrian embassy within four weeks. Here’s a breakdown of everything your appeal letter should contain:
You have to apply at an embassy, consulate, or an official representative authority of the Austrian government in your country. The embassies are in charge of issuing any type of Schengen visas. Check here to find your local office.
Yes, you can. The Schengen states have abolished their borders and their residents can move freely within those states. A person who possesses a valid Schengen visa may enter any country in the Schengen Area they wish. But, please make sure to state within your application which countries you’re planning on visiting. You still have to apply at an Austrian representative authority no matter where you plan on going since Austria is your main destination.
You can apply for a visa extension if you need to stay longer. But, you should be aware that you probably won’t get a visa extension without a very good justification.
A Schengen Business Visa can be extended if:
Visa is an authorization issued by the representative of the Government of a country permitting a person, not resident in that country, to enter its boundaries.
Citizens from Canada and the USA do not require a Visa to visit Austria for stays less than 90 days in a 180 day period. For stays longer than 90 days, a Schengen visa is required.
The best time to visit Austria is during the spring and fall (April-May and September-October) when the temperatures are warm and the volume of tourists is lower. This is a perfect time to get out and explore all of the natural beauty Austria has to offer. Temperatures are suitable for hiking, and although the lakes may be on the cooler side, they make for a refreshing dip after a long hike. Thanks to the lack of crowds during this time, the cultural and historical sites will also be less busy.
From its stunning capital, Vienna, to the beautiful picturesque ski resorts of the Alps, Austria is a wonderful place to visit. To travel to Austria for a short trip lasting fewer than 90 days, you will need an Austrian Schengen Visa, as it is part of the Schengen Area of European countries that have abolished border controls between each other. If you plan to stay longer, for work or study reasons, you will require an Austrian work or study visa.
You will need to fill in a Schengen Visa application form and supply the following documents – two recently taken passport-style photos, a passport, or other travel documents that are less than 10 years old and valid for at least three months after your departure date from the Schengen Area.
You will also need travel and medical insurance covering you up to costs of approx. €28,000, a cover letter stating your itinerary and the purpose of your visit, as well as a flight itinerary and proof of accommodation during your stay, proof of your civil status, like a marriage certificate, and proof you have means of subsistence during your stay. The amount you need to show you have will vary from country to country.
Those planning to work or study will need additional documents. Proof of sufficient financial means is not specifically stipulated by the Austrian government and is regulated on a case-by-case basis. You can do this by showing bank statements, hotel bookings, and that your income or investments are enough to support yourself during your stay.
You will need to apply to the Austrian embassy or consulate in your country of residence or a visa application center acting on their behalf.
Even though the business visa application process may seem a little daunting, it’s actually really easy as long as you’ve prepared all of your required documents:
It’s always best to apply for a business visa at least three weeks before your planned visit. Don’t apply three months prior as you will more likely not receive a positive answer.
A business visa is valid for 90 days within a six-month period. That means you can enter the Schengen Area within those six months and stay for a maximum of 90 days. When your 90 days period is over you must go back to your country.
Schengen visas are uniform and with a Schengen Visa, you can stay for the same amount of time either for business purposes or as a tourist within any country in the Schengen Zone. However, you won’t be able to use a tourist visa for business.
Applicants are free to apply up to 90 days prior to their date of travel. The Embassy recommends that you apply at least 3 weeks prior to your date of travel to accommodate any unforeseen processing delays.
Yes, English is widely spoken throughout the country.
Buses and tramways are the most common ways of getting around in Austria. The only city with metro is the capital, Vienna. Something to note is that all tickets for public transit must be purchased in advance. Taxis are widely available in Austria and they are reliable and relatively inexpensive. Cycling is also common. Some major cities have bikes for rent.
In Austria, the currency used is the Euro. Major credit cards, including American Express, Visa, and MasterCard are accepted at major retailers, hotels, and restaurants. ATMs are also widely available in Austria, particularly in major cities such as Salzburg and Vienna.
The official and most widely spoken language in Austria is German. The unofficial languages spoken here are Alemannic and Austro-Bavarian.
Austria offers many attractions that are suitable for both children and adults. When visiting sites in the cities and towns, there are a number of theme parks, interactive museums, zoos, indoor playgrounds, and much more. If your family is interested in exploring the outdoors, Salzburg province is worth visiting for its mountains, waterfalls, and lakes. There are plenty of mountain ranges (all varying in length and steepness), which make for perfect family hiking locations.
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