- Italy visa application form: Fully completed with correct information, printed and signed.
- Two recent photos: Taken within the last three months according to the Schengen visa photo
- Valid passport: No older than ten years and with a minimum validity of three months beyond your planned stay in Schengen. It must have at least two blank pages to fix the visa sticker.
- Round-trip reservation or itinerary: A document that includes dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from the Schengen area
- Travel Health Insurance: Proof that you have health insurance for the duration of your stay in Italy, which covers health insurance for at least 30,000 euros.
- Proof of Accommodation: Proof of where you will stay throughout your time in Schengen period. It can be a hotel reservation, rental agreement, etc.
- Proof of financial means: Evidence that shows you have enough money to support yourself throughout your stay in Schengen.
- Proof of civil status: It can be a marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of Spouse, etc.
- Travel Itinerary: A description of your trip to Europe, your purpose, which places you will visit, the time frame, and all the personal data.
Document of Employment Status
In addition to the required documents mentioned above, some requirements differ depending on the purpose of your visit.
- Employment contract,
- Leave permission from the employer,
- Income Tax Return
- A copy of your business license,
- Company’s bank statement for the latest six months
- Income Tax Return
If a student
- Proof of enrolment
- No Objection Certificate from the University
- Pension statement for the latest six months
The travel Insurance must cover the period of your intended stay in the Schengen area. The insurance cover provided by your bank as part of your account with them should be confirmed on the bank’s original letterhead and must not be older than 30 days prior to the date of your application. Travel insurance taken out at the post office must be accompanied by the original receipt and the insurance brochure.
The applicant must present a confirmed return ticket to Croatia when traveling by plane, ferry, train, or bus booked (fully paid for) by the applicant’s travel agencies.
The Croatia Schengen visa application must be accompanied by a rental agreement (if applicable) or the applicant’s confirmed hotel reservations, which include information such as the applicant’s name, hotel address and contact details, and the applicant’s intended dates of stay.
If a resident of Croatia sponsors the applicant’s stay, the sponsor must send an original “Attestation accursed” covering the entire duration of the visit. The same can be obtained at any police station or town hall in Croatia.
Proof of sufficient personal means of substance to support the stay in France should be furnished. Last 3 months’ UK Bank Statements or Travellers Cheque or Scholarship Certificate stating the amount and duration should be furnished.