Visa Cover Letter

Embassy Detail
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Select your country!
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Select your mission office!
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Address of the embassy or consulate is required!
Personal Detail
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The full name is required!
The contact number is required!
The email is required!
Departure date
The departure date is required!
Return date
The return date is required!
Visiting attractions/places are required!
List of Attached Documents
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Respected Sir/Madam,

I, would like to apply for the tourist visa to spend a vacation in from to , particularly . I am also looking forward to experience the culture, taste the cosine, meet the locals and to experience everything the country has to offer.

Please find the following document to support the legitimacy of the facts as outlined in this letter:

Please do not hesitate to contact me if any further information is required. You may please reach me at contact details as below:




Frequently Asked Questions

The Cover Letter for a Schengen Visa is a necessary part of your visa application because it is a way to introduce yourself, the reason why you want to travel to that specific country, as well as to communicate with the visa officers who are handling your application. Please note that the Cover Letter should be addressed to the Embassy or Consulate of the country you will visit, even if you are applying through a visa application center, such as VFS Global. In the Cover Letter for a Schengen Visa, you have to convince the Consular staff that you are suitable to receive a visa for the country you intend to visit.

The country name is the name of your destination where you wish to visit or applying Visa for.

Embassy is always established in the capital city of the receiving country. On the other hand, consular offices are usually located in large, populated cities that are mostly tourist attractions and economically developed. So, if you need an embassy, always check the capital city of the country you are visiting, and for a consulate search the popular cities.
Embassy generally refers to the diplomatic delegation of a country to another while High Commission is used for diplomatic delegates of a Commonwealth member country to another member country.

The departure date is the date that the traveling party is scheduled to leave their home and begin the trip, and Scheduled Return Date means the date on which You are originally scheduled to return to the point of origin or the original final destination of Your Trip.

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