Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street

London EC2N 1HN

MONDAY - FRIDAY - 9am to 6pm

Portugal Schengen Visa                                   

         Tourism / Business / Family Member EEA/EU 

Appointments in 2-3 days!

Processing time: 5-7 working days for most nationals.

Biometrics (fingerprints) are required every time.

Multi Travel Visas Ltd is a specialist travel visa company with 15 years of experience in working with Embassies and visa centres. It is a sister company of 1st 4Immigration, an acclaimed UK immigration law firm that was featured in BBC documentary. We have worked with Spanish Consulate since 2007 before the submission process was outsourced to various visa centres. We have a wealth of knowledge and will guide you with meticulous attention to details.

The Portuguese consulate usually take 5-7 working days to issue a visa, some nationalities can take longer up to 15 working days.

Please check your jurisdiction before applying, we can assist you if you live in one of the below counties: 

Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, City of London, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset East, Suffolk, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdon and Peterborough, Huntingdonshire, Isles of Bermudas, Isles of Canal (Jersey e Guernsey), Isle of Ely, Isle of Scilly, Isle of Wight, Kent, Middlesex, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Soke of Peterborough, Somerset, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, West Suffolk, West Sussex, Wiltshire

What clients love about us!

1. Appointments within 2-3 working days.

2. Tailored list of documents for your situation - make use of our 10 years of experience!

3. We guide you on the minefield of Schengen visas: who is fast, who issues multiple entry visas

4. We prepare the form, check documents and guide your throughout the whole process

5. Open 9.00 - 18.00 Monday to Friday: come to our office in the City, phone, text or email

6. We reply emails on same day!

LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF APPLIATIONS

Tourist Visa


1. Visa application form (original) (download here). Signed by the applicant. 2. Passport (s) (original). Signed passport, at least 2 blank pages for visa purposes, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area and has to be issued within the last 10 years on the day of leaving the Schengen Area. Extended passport may still be valid, but when older than 10 years the passport is no longer acceptable; in that case applicant first needs to apply for a new passport. 3. Passport with your latest schengen visa. 4. UK Residence permit (BRP card) original. UK Residence permit, endorsed in the passport or issued as a Biometrics card, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area; C type visitor visa is also acceptable, however the minimum processing time may be considerably longer than the regular 2-weeks minimum processing time.. 5. 2 Photographs (original) (see here), full face needs to be visable. 6. Employer letter. Original, recent (less than 1 month old), signed, headed letter (addressed to the Mission, name and position of the signee and confirming applicant’s employment), see template here. 7. Last 3 months payslips. 8. Student letter. Original, recent (less than 1 month old), signed, UK school/college/university letter (addressed to the Mission, name and position of the signee and confirming applicant’s enrolment). 9. Self- employment letter. Original, recent (less than 1 month old), signed, headed letter (addressed to the Mission, name and position of the signee and confirming applicant’s self-employment) and obtained from (if applicable): - applicant’s accountant: when applicant’s company’s accountancy is done by an external/independent accountant - solicitor: when applicant’s company has been registered by a solicitor bank manager: when applicant’s company has a business bank account -Companies House: Certificate of Incorporation received upon registering business: if applicant’s name is not mentioned on certificate, then additional proof demonstrating connection applicant – company should be provided 10. Unemployed/retired. - Receiving Benefits: recent original letter obtained from local Jobcentre or Pension Service - Not receiving Benefits: cover letter explaining applicant’s financial situation - Housewife/man (only applicable to married couples): applicant’s may be sponsored by their spouse/registered partner; in these cases the following needs to be provided: - marriage certificate (original + copy): when this document was issued outside the EU and is not in English or Portuguese, then it should be translated by a certified translator in the UK - spouse/registered partner’s passport (original + copy) - spouse/registered partner’s proof of occupation - spouse/registered partner’s proof of funds - spouse/registered partner’s cover letter (signed & dated) confirming sponsorship 11. Latest 3 months UK current account bank statements. Showing applicant’s name, address and an end balance dated within the last month on the visa application submission date; balance needs to show a minimum amount of £ 50.00/day of stay in the Schengen Area + outstanding accommodation and travel fees (alternatively online bank account printouts are also accepted) or Travellers’ cheques in Euros covering the same amount as explained above. 12. Proof of travel. Airplane, train, boat, coach, (hired) car. Confirmed return travel tickets: mentioning applicant’s name and travel dates to & from the Schengen Area When travelling by car: car registration, car insurance, return travel tickets (ferry or Eurotunnel) mentioning the car’s registration number and driver’s driving licence. If applicant is not the driver, then driver’s cover letter (signed & dated) confirming joint travel with applicant and travel dates need to be provided too. When travel tickets have been paid through travel agency, then a receipt, an invoice or a payment confirmation is also required. 13. Proof of accommodation. Confirmed accommodation (hotel, hostel, camping,…) reservation mentioning applicant’s name, travel dates and accommodation address details. If the applicant’s name is not mentioned on the accommodation reservation, then a joint travel confirmation letter, signed and dated by the person whose name is on the reservation, must also be provided along with a photocopy of that same person’s passport/ID card + passport signature page, if signature is not on passport’s bio page. When accommodation is reserved for a group, then a list with the names of the group members will also be required; alternatively the group members their names may also be mentioned on the travel ticket. 14. Travel insurance (all-risk medical travel insurance) The travel insurance – clearly showing the applicant’s name - has to be valid throughout the complete territory of the Schengen Area and must cover the entire period of the applicant’s intended stay in the Schengen Area; the minimum coverage for medical emergency and repatriation (in case of death clause included) must be 30.000 €. 15. Authorisation form, download here. If traveling with a minor or domestic worker please contact us.




Family Member EU Visa


1. Visa application form. Original, (download here), signed only by the applicant only. 2. Passport (s) (original). Signed passport, at least 2 blank pages for visa purposes, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area and has to be issued within the last 10 years on the day of leaving the Schengen Area. Extended passport may still be valid, but when older than 10 years the passport is no longer acceptable; in that case applicant first needs to apply for a new passport. 3. Passport with your latest schengen visa. 4. UK Residence permit (BRP card) original. UK Residence permit, endorsed in the passport or issued as a Biometrics card, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area; C type visitor visa is also acceptable, however the minimum processing time may be considerably longer than the regular 2-weeks minimum processing time.. 5. 2 Photographs. Originas, ( see here), full face needs to be visable. 6. EEA/EU and Swiss national’s passport or ID card (original). 7. Marriage/birth certificate (original). If not in English or Portuguese, then translation by a certified translator in the UK. If an EEA/EU family member is Portuguese National and applicant is holding marriage certificate/birth certificate not issued in Portugal, then the marriage/birth needs to be registered in Portugal. If not registered in Portugal, then the applicant needs to apply under Tourist category. 8. Proof of joint travel. Confirmed return travel tickets: mentioning both applicant’s and EEA/EU and Swiss national family member’s names and travel dates to & from the Schengen Area When travelling by car: car registration, car insurance, return travel tickets (ferry or Eurotunnel) mentioning the car’s registration number and driver’s driving licence. If applicant is not the driver, then driver’s cover letter (signed & dated) confirming joint travel with applicant and travel dates need to be provided too. When travel tickets have been paid through travel agency, then a receipt, an invoice or a payment confirmation is also required.




Business Visa


1. Visa application form. Original, ( download here). Signed by the applicant. 2. Passport (s) (original). Signed passport, at least 2 blank pages for visa purposes, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area and has to be issued within the last 10 years on the day of leaving the Schengen Area. Extended passport may still be valid, but when older than 10 years the passport is no longer acceptable; in that case applicant first needs to apply for a new passport. 3. Passport with your latest schengen visa. 4. UK Residence permit (BRP card) original. UK Residence permit, endorsed in the passport or issued as a Biometrics card, must be valid for at least 90 days beyond the return date of the trip to the Schengen Area; C type visitor visa is also acceptable, however the minimum processing time may be considerably longer than the regular 2-weeks minimum processing time.. 5. 2 Photographs. Originals, ( see here), full face needs to be visable. 6. Employer letter. Original, recent (less than 1 month old), signed, headed letter (addressed to the Mission, name and position of the signee and confirming applicant’s employment), see template here. 7. Last 3 months payslips. 8. Self- employment letter. Original, recent (less than 1 month old), signed, headed letter (addressed to the Mission, name and position of the signee and confirming applicant’s self-employment) and obtained from (if applicable): - applicant’s accountant: when applicant’s company’s accountancy is done by an external/independent accountant - solicitor: when applicant’s company has been registered by a solicitor bank manager: when applicant’s company has a business bank account -Companies House: Certificate of Incorporation received upon registering business: if applicant’s name is not mentioned on certificate, then additional proof demonstrating connection applicant – company should be provided 9. Business invitation form the portugese company. Original (preferably) cover letter from inviting company/organisation in Portugal confirming applicant’s name, purpose of visit, period of visit, confirmation arrangement details for travel and/or accommodation 11. Latest 3 months UK current account bank statements. Showing applicant’s name, address and an end balance dated within the last month on the visa application submission date; balance needs to show a minimum amount of £ 50.00/day of stay in the Schengen Area + outstanding accommodation and travel fees (alternatively online bank account printouts are also accepted) or Travellers’ cheques in Euros covering the same amount as explained above. 12. Proof of travel. Airplane, train, boat, coach, (hired) car. Confirmed return travel tickets: mentioning applicant’s name and travel dates to & from the Schengen Area When travelling by car: car registration, car insurance, return travel tickets (ferry or Eurotunnel) mentioning the car’s registration number and driver’s driving licence. If applicant is not the driver, then driver’s cover letter (signed & dated) confirming joint travel with applicant and travel dates need to be provided too. When travel tickets have been paid through travel agency, then a receipt, an invoice or a payment confirmation is also required. 13. Proof of accommodation. Confirmed accommodation (hotel, hostel, camping,…) reservation mentioning applicant’s name, travel dates and accommodation address details. If the applicant’s name is not mentioned on the accommodation reservation, then a joint travel confirmation letter, signed and dated by the person whose name is on the reservation, must also be provided along with a photocopy of that same person’s passport/ID card + passport signature page, if signature is not on passport’s bio page. When accommodation is reserved for a group, then a list with the names of the group members will also be required; alternatively the group members their names may also be mentioned on the travel ticket. 14. Travel insurance (all-risk medical travel insurance). The travel insurance – clearly showing the applicant’s name - has to be valid throughout the complete territory of the Schengen Area and must cover the entire period of the applicant’s intended stay in the Schengen Area; the minimum coverage for medical emergency and repatriation (in case of death clause included) must be 30.000 €. 15. Authorisation letter, download here.





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Our London Office

Location

Multi Travel Visas
Tower 42
25 Old Broad Street 
City of London
London
EC2N 1HN

Underground


Liverpool Street, Bank

Hours

Monday -Friday
9:00 – 18:00

Contacts

Phone :
0871 472 1468
Calls cost £0.13 per minute plus your company’s access charge.

Mobile: 0779 5471 483

We reply quickly and always on same business day

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