Estonia Schengen tourist visa for Nepalese


Estonia Schengen tourist visa for citizens of Nepal

Maximum stay: 90 days



All visa applicants aged from 12-70 are required to submit their fingerprints and a photo. Biometrics are valid for all Schengen countries for five years.

Processing time

15 business days after your biometrics appointment


Our fee: £68.05

Documents Required

  1. Application form
  2. After you have placed an order with us we will prepare it and send it to you

  3. Passport (Original and photocopy)
  4. It must have at least 2 empty visa pages
    It must be issued within the last 10 years
    It must be valid for at least 3 months from the date on which you will leave the Schengen area

  5. Photo
  6. Recent 35mmx45mm passport photo against a plain white background

  7. UK residence permit (Original and photocopy)
  8. UK residence permit/visa/ILR/BRP valid for at least 30 days after your trip

  9. Previous Schengen visas
  10. Previous Schengen visas from the last 3 years (Originals and photocopies)

  11. Travel tickets
  12. Confirmed round trip travel tickets

  13. Accommodation
  14. Confirmed hotel/hostel/Airbnb booking
    If you’re staying in private accommodation you have to provide a signed invitation letter and a copy of passport from the host

  15. Travel insurance certificate (issued in UK)
  16. Travel insurance that covers all Schengen countries and medical expenses, repatriation for at least 30000 euros.
    Applicants insured through a bank, must obtain a letter from the bank that confirms cover

  17. Proof of funds available for the trip
  18. Certified last 3 months UK bank statements showing sufficient funds. The last balance must be dated within 30 days from the date of your appointment at the visa application centre

  19. Proof of occupation
  20. If you’re employed you have to provide your last 3 months payslips and a recent letter from your employer (original) confirming your employment start date, job tittle and annual salary.
    If you’re a student you have to provide a letter from your school/university (original) confirming your student status, type of studies, number of lessons (in hours) per week and attendance record
    If you’re self-employed you have to provide a recent accountant letter (original) and your latest tax return
    If you’re unemployed and receiving benefits you have to provide a recent letter from the Jobcentre
    If you’re retired you have to provide a recent letter from DWP

  21. Children (under 18)
  22. Birth certificate (Original and photocopy)
    Both parents’ passports (Original and photocopy)
    Letter of parental consent duly signed by both parents

All documents must show your name as in your passport
All documents must be in English or Estonian