GREECE Visa Documents Required

Common Documents for GREECE Visa
  • Passport
  • Validity - Six months
  • A photocopy of duly filled visa application form
  • Two colour photographs
  • Covering letter from the applicant stating the purpose and duration of the visit
  • Original confirmed return/onward air ticket
  • Proof of hotel reservation
  • Original and photocopy of Income Tax Returns and photocopy of pan card
  • Original and photocopy of Investment documents
Documents for Tourist -GREECE Visa
  • All specified documents
  • Old passports and visa
  • Copy of leave letters from employer, school or college
  • Proof of accommodation during entire stay in Schengen countries
  • Salary slip for last 6 months
  • Income tax returns for last 3 years
  • Travel insurance
  • Retirement proof/company registration proof/school college ID and copy
Documents for Business - GREECE Visa
  • All specified documents
  • Business registration proof
  • Taxation proof
  • Copy of the invitation from the company
  • Conference/event registration details

GREECE Visa Types

  • Tourist/visitor visa

    A Greece tourist visa will be given to people who wish to travel and explore the country for tourism purpose. The single entry visa will be valid only for 60 days from the day of issued.
  • Business visa

    Business visa is allotted to people who want to travel temporarily for business purpose.
  • Transit Visa

    Greece transit visa is provided to the people who wish to stay in the country for a shorter period of time and want to also visit other countries.
  • Work visa

    A Greece work visa will only be allotted if people wish to travel the country for the work purpose on the temporary basis
  • Family/Friend visa

    A Greece visa is allotted to people who visit the country to meet their family, relatives or friends for the shorter period of time

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GREECE Visa FAQs

Is there any age criterion to apply for Greece Tourist visa?
Anyone can apply for a Greece tourist Visa but those under 18 will need to show a NOC from their parents. Book Greece Visa
Is biometric data mandatory for the travellers visiting Greece?
All Diplomatic and Consular Schengen Missions in India have introduced Visa Information System (VIS). Applicants applying for a Greece visa will need to appear in person in order to provide biometric data (fingerprints and photograph). This biometric data will be valid for 5 years and the travellers, who have already given their biometric once, will not need to come personally for biometric/submission for next 5 years. Children under age of 12 are exempted from this process. Book Now
Can a third party collect my visa from Greece Consulate?
Greece Consulate doesn’t allow third parties to collect Visa. However, there are certain exemptions like an immediate family member like parents or children or a group collection for entire group can feel free to visit the office and get their visa done. Book Greece Visa
Are the visa requirements different for different categories of visa?
Yes, requirements for work, study, business and tourist visa are different. You have to buy Visa as per the agenda of the visit. Book Greece Visa
Do I need to carry forex in Greece?
It is recommended to convert your country’s currency to Euro. You can buy Forex online with Thomas Cook and get it delivered at your home or office address.
What is the visa rule for the retired people?
They are needed to show the proof of retirement along with other documents. Book Greece Visa
What if I don't receive my visa in the given time?
If you don't get your visa under time specified, you should hurry and track the status on thomascook.in. You can also get in touch with the visa experts who can communicate with the said authorities for Greece Visa status.
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