SCHENGEN VISA FOR NON-PORTUGUESE NATIONALS
PLEASE NOTE, AS A MATTER OF PRUDENCE, THAT TRAVEL RESERVATIONS SHOULD ONLY BE MADE AFTER OBTAINING A VISA APPOINTMENT AT THE CONSULAR SECTION
Q: How do I apply for a visa?
A: As of July 1th 2017 applications and appointments for Visas can only be made through the following VISA REQUEST LINK – It might take a few minutes to open.
Please note that all other requests (e.g. power of attorney, birth registration, passport renewal, citizen card) are subject to prior appointment.
Any queries can be made by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Which documents do I need to apply for a Schengen Visa (short-term stay)?
. Fill out the Schengen Visa Form – download it here Schengen Visa Form
. Please consult the list of documents by clicking on this link.
Q: How much does it cost to apply?
A: The processing fee for a Schengen Visa is €60 payable in cash, which is non-refundable, in case of refusal.
Q: How long does the visa take to be issued?
A: After obtaining an appointment at the Consulate, the processing time is up to three weeks, counting from the day of application. This period can be extended if additional information is required by the Schengen member states.
VALIDITY OF PASSPORT FOR TRAVEL TO PORTUGAL
Q: Does the passport have to be valid for a minimum period for purposes of travel to Portugal?
A: For EU passport holders the passport has to be valid for the entire duration of the stay, with no minimum period required. e.g: if you are travelling to Portugal from the 15th to 18th May, your passport must be valid at least up to the 19th May.
We suggest, nevertheless, that the passport is valid for a longer period, bearing in mind the possibility of unforeseen circumstances.
Non-EU passport holders need to have a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of their return.
TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS INTO PORTUGUESE
Q: Does the Embassy provide a translation service?
A: No. The Embassy accepts translations provided by certified translation companies in Ireland.