Andorra is the sixth smallest nation in Europe, it shares boarder with Spain and France. It’s capital city is Andorra la Vella. This country has a rich historical culture and sites that attracts tourists. Nigerians who intend to visit Andorra for whatever purpose has a visa that suites their purpose of visiting Andorra. Below are the types of Visas and other necessary information you will need before, during and after applying for an Andorra visa.
Citizens of Nigeria holding a valid multiple entry Schengen visa type "C" or "D" can enter and stay in this country without a visa, within the validity of their Schengen visa.
See list of countries under Schengen below
Austria, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland
4. Andorra business visa: Andorra business is issued for a limited period of time to conduct business pursuits such as consulting with associates, participation in conferences or seminars of any kind, settle or negotiate a contract in Andorra. A stamp or sticker is placed on the Andorra visa that allows one to visit the country for purely business purposes. This visa is usually granted by the Andorra consulate in Abuja, you will have to provide a reason for visiting the country whenever you are submitting this application.
I. Fully completed Andorra visa form and all necessary declaration
II. Passport size photographs
III. Copy of a valid national passport and one copy
IV. Original of valid visa and one copy
V. Updated bank account statement and one copy
VI. Letter of confirmation from a travel health insurance in Andorra stating the insurance policy coverage and one copy.
VII. Letter of reference from your educational establishment or employer
VIII. Proof of hotel reservation, air ticket reservation for Andorra and one copy
IX. Visa fee for Andorra visa
Note: This visa can either be a holiday visa or visitor visa.
Other requirements: Individual travelers may be asked for additional paper work.
Visa processing period takes between 2 to 14 days. It can also take up to two months depending on the nature of your application.
having a visa is not a guarantee of entry to Andorra and visa must have at least 6 months expiration from the entry date. Obtaining the right visa for your travel to Andorra is your sole responsibility to avoid regrets.
Research date: 23/02/2016
Publisher: Obi Justin
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