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Finland lies in Northern Europe, surrounded by Russia, Norway and Sweden. It is famous for its untouched nature, as well as the much-coveted Northern Lights. You can check out its Midnight Sunrise, have a good ski session, tour the artistic streets of Helsinki, or visit the 18th century sea fortress Suomenlinna.

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Finland

Visa Type

Tourist

Business

Transit

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Finland lies in Northern Europe, surrounded by Russia, Norway and Sweden. It is famous for its untouched nature, as well as the much-coveted Northern Lights. You can check out its Midnight Sunrise, have a good ski session, tour the artistic streets of Helsinki, or visit the 18th century sea fortress Suomenlinna.

Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
7 Days to 8 Days
Category:
Sticker
Stay period:
As per itinerary
Validity:
As per Embassy
Entry:
Multiple Entry
Fees:
INR 8857

Process For Finland Visa Online

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Document Validation

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Visa Processing

We schedule documents submission, biometric / Interview.

Visa at doorstep

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Booking Online

Select Your Visa And Pay Online

Document Validation

Our visa expert will verify & collect your document.

Visa Processing

We schedule documents submission, biometric / Interview.

Visa at doorstep

Passport gets delivered at your doorstep.

TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR FINLAND

Application Form

You will need to complete the application form for a Finland visa, with the date and your signature. It should be printed and returned in original form when the application is filed.

Residence Permit

If you are not a resident of India at the time of application, you will need to submit a valid residence permit as well. It must be valid for at least 3 months after the departure from the Schengen states.

Flight Reservations

You will need to show a roundtrip flight reservation that includes any third country. This does not need to be a confirmed flight ticket, a reservation is enough.

Proof of Funding

You will need to show that your personal income is enough to fund your trip to Finland, through submitting supporting documents. These could be a copy of bank statements of the last 3 months.

Proof of Enrolment

For students, a proof of enrolment in your school/institute is necessary.

Application Form

You will need to complete the application form for a Finland visa, with the date and your signature. It should be printed and returned in original form when the application is filed.

Photograph

You will need to provide a passport-size coloured ID photograph, according to the biometric specifications. Please make sure that your photo is taken within the last 6 months.

Travel Document/Passport

A travel document should be submitted as well. It must be issued less than 10 years ago, with at least two blank pages present. It should be valid for at least 3 months longer than the date on which you intend to leave the Schengen Area. You will need to submit the original as well as one photocopy.

Residence Permit

If you are not a resident of India at the time of application, you will need to submit a valid residence permit as well. It must be valid for at least 3 months after the departure from the Schengen states.

Health Insurance

Proof of health insurance must also be submitted to obtain your visa. This should be a copy of the applicant’s health insurance policy, with a coverage of not less than 30,000 euros. It should cover medical, hospitalisation expenses for the entire period of valid stay, as well as repatriation costs.

Itinerary

You will need to show proof of your reasons for travel. This is in the form of a travel plan/ itinerary for your entire duration of stay.

Flight Reservations

You will need to show a roundtrip flight reservation that includes any third country. This does not need to be a confirmed flight ticket, a reservation is enough.

Hotel Accommodation

You will need to show proof of accommodation as well. This could be in the form of all hotel reservations for your entire stay (in the Schengen area).

Socio-Professional Situation

You will need to show proof of your socio-professional situation. This is whether you are employed, working, studying, or retired. An appropriate document detailing the same must be shown (check FAQ’s below).

Proof of Funding

You will need to show that your personal income is enough to fund your trip to Finland, through submitting supporting documents. These could be a copy of bank statements of the last 3 months.

ITR

The past two years’ ITR-V forms must be submitted.

Cover Letter

You will need to submit a free-form cover letter detailing why you wish to travel to Finland and what you will be doing there.

Proof of Enrolment

For students, a proof of enrolment in your school/institute is necessary.

For Minors

Minor applicants will need to submit 3 more documents. The passport and ID copies of both parents are required, along with a notarized birth certificate of the minor. If the parents/ a parent is not travelling with the child, a notarized letter stating the parents’ consent to this decision and permission to travel is given.

IMPORTANT VISA INFORMATION FOR Finland

  • All Indian passport holders require a valid visa to enter Finland.
  • Applicant must have all the mandatory documents while applying for Finland Visa online as mentioned in requirement tabs below
  • In addition to the documents mentioned, our visa experts or the concerned embassy may require you to furnish additional documents to process your visa. Your cooperation in furnishing any such additional documents is essential for a positive outcome.
  • If all the documents are not ready at the time of agent visit then additional charges levied when agent visits your residence again
  • The fee may vary for the country if the rate of the embassy fluctuates.
  • FAQ's

    This can be done by submitting a variety of documents. For those who are employed or studying, you will need to submit a letter. This letter should state the name and position of the applicant, the salary, number of years being employed/studying and approval of absence/position after leave. It must be on the official letterhead, and stamped and dated. The name, position and signature of the countersigning officer must be there, as well as contact details of the applicant (phone number, email, address). For those who are retired/unemployed, a proof of pension or other regular income (for elderly), a marriage certificate with employment certificate of spouse (for married persons), unemployment certificate can be submitted.

    Finland visa applications can be submitted upto 3 months before the trip, however, you must apply at least 1 month before.

    Yes, you can - applying for another Schengen state’s visa means you can still visit all Schengen states. However, if Finland is your main destination and you are going to spend most of your time here, you will need to apply for a Finland Schengen visa only. If you plan to visit any other Schengen states during your visit to Finland, this needs to be specified too.

    Although all documents have been submitted, the Embassy may require you to further prove your case. In the event of this, you may be called for an interview - which can prolong the processing time. This is not usually the case, but is a possibility.

    No, as of date all Indian nationals must apply for a visa before entering Finland and/or other countries under the Schengen agreement.

    Yes. All applicants must submit biometric data - 10 fingerprints and a photo. This data is stored in the Visa Information System (VIS), an IT system allowing data exchange between the Schengen States.

    All Schengen visas (including Finland) should be applied for at the respective Embassy/Consulate of the country of your main destination. This means that if Finland is your main destination (i.e. you are spending the most number of days here), you must apply in the Finnish Embassy. If you need help with Embassy visa processing, Visa2Fly is here to help - we will assist you with doorstep visa consultation and delivery.

    Unless stated differently on the stamp, short-stay visas such as business and tourist visas are valid for all Schengen states. This includes the following countries:Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden, and Switzerland.

    All short-stay visas can be used for a stay of 90 or less days in Finland. Tourist and business visas fall under the Short Stay category - however, rest assured that your visa will reflect your intent to travel for business purposes, as you will need to state this when you apply.

    All appendices (e.g. invitation letter or letter of employment) should be presented in English or Finnish. Kindly translate the copy and attach a translated page of this along with a photocopy of the original.

    Yes. All applicants must submit biometric data - 10 fingerprints and a photo. This data is stored in the Visa Information System (VIS), an IT system allowing data exchange between the Schengen States.

    All Schengen visas (including Finland) should be applied for at the respective Embassy/Consulate of the country of your main destination. This means that if Finland is your main destination (i.e. you are spending the most number of days here), you must apply in the Finnish Embassy. If you need help with Embassy visa processing, Visa2Fly is here to help - we will assist you with doorstep visa consultation and delivery.

    Once you are outside the ‘international zone’ of the airport, you will need a short-stay visa (i.e. tourist visa). This visa will help if you need to change airports within Finland to continue your travel, or are waiting for the transfer flight at a hotel/accommodation outside the airport.

    No, Indian citizens do not. This policy was implemented in July 2018.

    No, you cannot. Some Schengen countries require Indians to have a transit visa, such as Germany and Czech Republic. Please check if you are transiting through more than one Schengen country before you book your tickets. If you are transiting through more than 1 Schengen country, the transit visa for Country A is not valid to transit through Country B (eg. transiting through Germany and Denmark in the same trip means that you need a separate Denmark transit visa and a separate Germany transit visa).

    In Finland, Indian citizens do not need a transit visa to transit. However, for other Schengen countries, if you wish to transit without a visa, there are some exceptions. If you hold a diplomatic passport, or are a family member of a citizen of the EU or have a residency permit in EU, you can transit without a visa. If you hold a valid Schengen visa for another Schengen state (eg. are in Finland but have a Germany Schengen visa), you may be allowed to leave the airport during transit.

    The time taken to process both tourist and transit visas are the same: 15 days approx. It may take up to 30-45 days in special circumstances based on the individual applicant and the documents they submit.

    Although all documents have been submitted, the Embassy may require you to further prove your case. In the event of this, you may be called for an interview - which can prolong the processing time. This is not usually the case, but is a possibility.

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