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Old 25th May 2015, 08:16 PM
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Hi Guys! I hope you can help me. I heard that in order to be issued a Schengen Visa, the tenure on a company must be at least 6 months. Is that true?
A quick background about me, I am a senior accountant in a UK global company in Dubai. I have been with the company for 3 months and I plan on flying to France on October. By the time I apply for the Schengen Visa, I will be more than 5 months in the company. I am 24 years old, Filipino and a woman. My current salary is AED 12,000. I have 3 credit cards that I can show to the officers. I will stay in Paris for approximately 7 Days. With this facts, will my tenure with my company give an adverse effect to my application? I hope to receive sensible feedbacks. This is really my dream since I was a child. Thanks!

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Hi Guys! I hope you can help me. I heard that in order to be issued a Schengen Visa, the tenure on a company must be at least 6 months. Is that true?
A quick background about me, I am a senior accountant in a UK global company in Dubai. I have been with the company for 3 months and I plan on flying to France on October. By the time I apply for the Schengen Visa, I will be more than 5 months in the company. I am 24 years old, Filipino and a woman. My current salary is AED 12,000. I have 3 credit cards that I can show to the officers. I will stay in Paris for approximately 7 Days. With this facts, will my tenure with my company give an adverse effect to my application? I hope to receive sensible feedbacks. This is really my dream since I was a child. Thanks!
If the VFS doesn't mention it, then there is no such explicit rule. This does not stop the embassy from applying this as a criterion (or other criteria) in determining whether you intend to leave the Schengen area or not.

I hope this feedback was "sensible" enough for you.
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Old 26th May 2015, 02:30 PM
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Hi RSinner,

Thank you for your response. I appreciate it!

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Hello,

We are Indian passport holder with UAE residence, We are planing to visit czech republic for 6 days, we have made itinerary including flights , hotel , excursion and transfers with advance payment .However , we stuck with some clause of check list that uae resident should be 3 months valid from the departure date but in my case 2 months 14 days are there, additionally I cannot even renew because as per Dubai labor Law i can renew only 2 months prior to expiry of resident visa. So I m stuck I cannot renew neither VFS czech republic is replying positively. Kindly suggest me any solution to help me out to have schengen visa as I have already spent a lot.
Is there any way to get schengen visa directly from prague travel agencies

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I recommend you phone or email the Czech Embassy in Abu Dhabi and see whether they will accept some sort of letter from your employer that your residence visa will be renewed at the end of the 3 months. If the Czech Embassy agrees to this, then make sure they communicate this to the VFS office so that you do not face any issues when you lodge your application.
Otherwise-rules are rules I'm afraid, and there is always the possibility that VFS will refuse to even accept your application as it would 'incomplete.'

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Hi,

Please help me with NOC sample letter for my wife to present in embassy on behalf of me for schengen visa.

Kindly reply as earliest

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Please help me with NOC sample letter for my wife to present in embassy on behalf of me for schengen visa.

Kindly reply as earliest
She is on my visa i.e. spouse visa

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