Places in Visas of Austria





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Facts about Austria

Austria has a very mountainous terrain with only 32% of the country below 500m. The country is very rich in ancient history and is the birthplace of legends such as Mozart, Strauss, and Freud. The country is well known for its elegant coffee houses as well as its world-famous delicacy “Wiener Schnitzel”.
The capital city of Austria, Vienna, attracts a lot of tourist presence both in the summer and winter. This is a testament to the unending fun on offer in the city. Austria ranked 12th in international tourist arrival with visits of over 20.8 million tourists.

There are intense consequences for driving under the influence of alcohol. Drivers are advised to drive with their headlights at night or risked being pulled over by the authorities.

Basic Travel Requirements for Indians visiting Austria

  • International passport valid for three months from return date with blank pages for visa stamps.
  • Copies of previous passports and photocopy of the data page of the current passport.
  • Two colored passport photographs.
  • Completed and signed visa application form.
  • Travel insurance confirmation worth €30,000.
  • Sufficient funds for the duration of stay.
  • Proof of civil status.
  • Return-trip ticket.
  • Cover letter.
  • Hotel reservation.
  • Flight itinerary.
  • Visa fees.

Types of Austria Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 15 working days 90 days
Business Visa 15 working days 90 days
Student Visa 15 working days more than 90 days

Places in Visas of Austria Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Business Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Student Visa 60.00 (EUR)

FAQs about Places in Visas of Austria

Where is Austria located ?

Austria is a landlocked country in Central Europe, bordered by Germany and Czech Republic to the North, Slovenia and Italy to the South, Slovakia and Hungary to the East and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the West.

Why is Austria called the winter sports capital of Europe ?

Second to Switzerland, Austria is the home of lots of amazing winter sports in Europe. Due to the country's love for skiing and hockey, it offers high-density sports. This has generated billions as tourists travel to enjoy the best of these sports.

Are Austrians friendly people ?

The culture of Austria is greatly influenced due to its position at Europe's crossroads. However, the average Austrian is usually friendly, yet reserved, polite, well educated and most likely with a sarcastic sense of humor. Austrians, do love to have a good time with friends and families and this can make them very hospitable people.

Which religion is practiced in Austria ?

Locals of Austria are predominantly Christians, Roman Catholic Christians (64%). The country is also made up of Protestant Christians 5%, Agnostics and Atheists 21%, Muslims and others 10%.

3 Visas of Austria found

Tourist Visa from India to Austria
Tourist Visa from India to Austria

Tourist Visa from India to Austria

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The Austrian tourist visa is issued to Indians traveling to Austria for tourism and visitation purposes. Austria is a Schengen country so you can apply for a Schengen Type C visa. This visa is valid for 90 days. Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, introducing themselves, stating place(s) to be visited during the trip and the duration of the trip. Proof of sufficient funds must be provided. This should come in the form of a bank statement. If you are a minor, travelling alone, you shall provide an Original notarized NOC by both parents / legal guardians, plus copies of parent's passports or ID. Minors travelling with one parent should provide an Original notarized NOC by the other parent, plus copies of parents passports or ID. Proof of accommodation must be provided by the applicant. Individuals travelling for visitation purposes are to submit a letter of invitation from their host. This letter should state the relationship between the applicant and host and should contain contact details of the host.  Employed persons are required to submit their salary certificate of the last three (3) months, employment contract and company NOC to leave. The official email address of the HR department should also be included. Travel medical insurance worth a minimum of 30,000 euro valid through Schengen member states must be provided. The insurance should cover the entire trip. A return-flight ticket is required as proof that the applicant intends to return to India at the expiration of the visa.

Business Visa from India to Austria
Business Visa from India to Austria

Business Visa from India to Austria

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Austria business visa is issued to Indians traveling to Austria for business purposes. It is also a type C short-stay visa valid for 90 days and allows multiple entries into Austria. Valid Indian Residency Permit or return visa to India for citizens of Bangladesh / Bhutan / India / Maldives / Nepal / Sri Lanka is required when travelling on a business visa to Austria. For Tibetans travelling on Indian IC (yellow Identity Certificate) it is mandatory to hold a Return Visa (valid until at least three months after your intended return to India) apart from the stamped entry “No objection to return to India” (NORI) in the IC. Self-employed applicants are to submit one of the following: GST certificate/ Udhyog Aadhar Memorandum/ Import Export Certificate/ Certificate of Incorporation. If you are travelling for other purposes such as training, voluntary or project work, Permission by the Austrian Labor Market Authority “AMS”(Entsendebewilligung, Anzeigebestätigung) is to be obtained by the inviting Austrian company. An invitation letter from the Austrian company / Business Operation is required. It should state the nature of the business to be conducted, sponsor of the business and previous deals. Applicants are required to have a hotel reservation or host in Austria. If you have a host, the person is required to send you an invitation letter. If the applicant intends to stay longer than 6 (six) months, Residence Permit (“Aufenthaltstitel”) has to be applied for. Visa “C” can be applied for with validity of up to 90 days, Visa "D" between 91 and 180 days. Visa in both categories cannot be extended or renewed in Austria. The Consul reserves the right to request additional documents and applicants would be called for an interview if necessary.

Student Visa from India to Austria
Student Visa from India to Austria

Student Visa from India to Austria

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Indians can apply for the Austrian student visa if they wish to study in the country. The Austria student visa (Type D visa) is issued to non-immigrant visas for individuals who intend to study in an Austrian institute, college or university for a short period of 6 months. If studying for a period of more than six months, you will require a student residence permit alongside your student visa. Proof of sufficient funds in the form of bank statement, confirmation issued by a sponsor, a bank account that can be assessed when in Austria, travelers’ cheque or scholarship grants issued by a sponsor must be provided. The required amount deemed sufficient as the cost of living is €487.53 per month for students aged 24 and below, and €882.78 per month for students aged 24 and above. Police clearance certificate indicating that you have no prior convictions and are a model citizen must be provided. Proof of health insurance must be provided. This insurance must cover all the days of your stay in Austria, with medical costs of up to €30,000. If you are a non-EU/EEA student, federal/public universities in Austria only charge about 363.36-726.72 Euros per semester for tuition fees plus 19.20 Euros for student union membership fee “ÖH-Beitrag” and the student accident insurance fee. To study in Austria, the first thing that counts is the requirement of English. Some universities ask for English proficiency tests and may ask you to demonstrate proficiency in the language by getting certain bands. Basically you should have enough money to support your self when you are in schengen area.