Understanding The Factors That Influence The Visa Fees For Italy Visa

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When you are visiting the country of Italy, you will need to apply for an Italian visa. Like another other visa application process, you will need to pay Italian visa fees. However, certain factors influence the structure of the Visa fees Italy. Here we give you a detailed description of how the Italy visa fees are paid.
The Italy visa fees are based on two aspects of:


1. Type of visa
2. Additional services


Types of fees

The Italian visas are divided into Type C and Type D. Type A and Type B are currently removed and combined with the Type C and D.  The Italian Visa Fees is further divided into:


• Type C visa includes Business visa, Tourism visa, Invitation visa, Sport competition visa, Medical treatment visa, Religious Purposes visa, Transit visa and Airport Transit visa. This is also known as the short term visa and valid less than 90 days. Adults have to pay an amount of RS. 4835 where children at the age of 6 to 12 have a free visa. Children of age below 6 do not require a visa.


• Type D visa includes Family Reunion visa, Employment visa, Self-Employment visa and Re-Entry visa. This is also known as long term visa and is valid for more than 90 days. Adults have to pay an amount of RS. 9349 and children between the age of 6 to 12 have to pay 2820. Children of the age 6 and below need not require a visa.


• Visa exception for certain individuals include Dependant family  which include spouse, parents and children of Italian or European citizens, Students attending Universities or some specific training with their teachers, Representatives of non-profit organisations aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organized by non-profit organisations, Researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research and Family members of EU and Swiss citizens


Additional fees for Italy visa Fees
These are additional services with a fee along with the Italian Visa Fees. These services are optional and need not be taken. They include:


• Overseas-Medical insurance with minimum coverage of Euro 30,000- with the inclusion of a repatriation flight if required. This mandatory for senior citizens and those with medical conditions


• Visa application centers with additional services of Value added services, like SMS and email tracking, premium lounger service, photocopying service, photographer service, courier service and point of purchase services.


• Some visa application centers do charge additional fees as service charge along with the Visa Fees Italy

Author's Profile

Nayan Joshi is an employee of Cox and Kings Global Services. Nayan likes to contribute information on visa and visa related services. He explains in detail the international standards of Italian Visa Fees, Italy visa Fees and Visa Fees that are needed for visiting Italy.


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