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The Portuguese Embassy in Russia has Simplified the Procedure for Issuing Schengen Visas
13.04.2018 12:05
The Portuguese Embassy in Russia has Simplified the Procedure for Issuing Schengen Visas

The Portuguese Embassy in Russia has simplified the procedure for issuing Schengen visas from April 1, now the Russians will be able to receive annual multiple entry visas, as the Interfax-Tourism portal reported to the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) on Monday. “A number of visa allowances for Russian citizens came into effect on April 1. One of the main innovations was the increase in the period for visa issuance. Earlier Portugal used to give a maximum of a half-year Schengen, and more often a visa was meant for the dates of the trip, now Russian applicants can receive an annual multiple entry visa” – the representatives of ATOR told.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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