Our Service Charges
Additional Cost To Be Paid At The Visa Facilitation Center
Adults INR 6700 /-, Children aged between 6-12 are required to pay INR 4300/-, the fee is a non-transferable and non-refundable visa application fee, before applying for a nonimmigrant visa. The Fee includes courier charges
INR 800/- + taxes for each applicant, if Sanctum or its Vendors are submitting the documents at Visa Facilitation Center in Hyderabad and Additional INR 400/- extra for other Centers.
On Actuals [If services availed] Sanctum Provides Free Service for all the registered customers[Only Actual insurance fee to be paid]. Travel insurance plan covers risks or losses that might occur during the trip.
Frequently Asked Questions – Iceland Visa
Funds required for single applicant should be 2 lakhs approximately and above. However it is recommended to seek expert advice about the funds requirement prior to visa application as there are various factors which have to be considered before deciding the exact amount to be maintained.
The first step is to book an appointment for Iceland Tourist visa. For knowing the availability of appointments, contact us.
If somebody gets 90 days visa they are eligible to stay in Iceland for that particular time duration until their visa is valid.
There are simple documents needed to apply for Iceland tourist visa. To know about the document checklist visit for Iceland visa, contact our consultants.
It solely depends on the purpose of a person’s visit to Iceland. To know about the right category of visa to be applied and how to start Iceland visa application process, contact us.
The application forms, information material and the arrangement of an appointment are free of charge.
Yes. Proof of health insurance has to be submitted along with your visa application. To get more information about Travel Insurance for Schengen visa, contact our visa agents.
Every person is allowed to apply for a Iceland visa as long as they can get all the required documentation in order and possess the financial means to maintain themselves during their stay.