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Changes Adopted in Regards to the Revised Schengen Visa Code (Acceptance of Visa Applications at the Embassy)

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi announces that  following changes are to be adopted in the connection with the revised Schengen Visa Code coming into force on Febrary 2, 2020:
 

From this date on, no standard short-term Schengen visa applications are going to be accepted at the Embassy as the applicants shall submit their visa applications at  the visa application centres operated by the VFS Global company.

The current e-mail appointment system for visa applicants legally residing in Bangladesh and Nepal (shortterm_bgd.npl@mzv.cz) is therefore not going to be used anymore.

The applicants legally residing in Nepal shall turn themselves to the visa application centre in Kathmandu in order to schedule an appointmnt for submitting their short-term Schengen visa applications. The applicants legally residing in Bangladesh are from February 2, 2020, entitled to lodge their short-term Schengen visa applications at the visa application centre in New Delhi and they can do so every Monday between 10 a.m. to 6  p.m. local Indian time and until the capacity is reached (3 applications per week, out of these 1 with the purpose of short employment).  The legal residents of Bangladesh can also contact the French embassy in Dhaka for submitting their short-term Schengen (Czech) visa application.

 

For more information, kindly check the website of the VFS Global company (https://www.vfsglobal.com)