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Visas fees

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    VISA FEES  III° QUARTER 2023
    (01 July- 30 September)
     CURRENCY EXCHANGE: EURO 1,00 = SGD 1.4576 (SGD 1.00 = Euro 0,68605928)
    SCHENGEN  VISAS
    VOCE IN EURO   IN SGD
    Visa €  80,00 S$ 116.70
    Visa for minors (6-12 anni) €  40,00 S$   58.40
    €  35,00 S$   51.10
    (Ucraina, Macedonia, Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Serbia, Azerbaigian)
    NATIONAL VISA
    Vsa € 116,00 S$ 169.10
    Study Visa €   50,00 S$   72.90

The payment of consular fees can be made in SGD by cash or via NETS. The sum must be paid on the spot at the time of issue.

These fees must be collected at the moment of submitting the application, regardless of whether the procedure ends with the issue of the visa or with a refusal (so-called frais de dossier). As a general rule, these fees are not refundable, except in the cases, after the fees have been collected, it is established that the application cannot be accepted (Art. 19 of the Code) or that there is no competence to process the request (Art. 18 of the Code); in such cases, the consular fee is refunded to the applicant via a transfer.

Those who are exempt from the payment of Visa fees:

 

  • Children under 6 years old;
  • Pupils, students, graduates and accompanying teachers undertaking stays for study purposes or pedagogical training;
  • Researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research according to the Recommendation 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005;
  • Representatives of non-profit organisations, aged 25 years or less, participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organised by non-profit organisations;
  • The following family members of EU/EEA citizens, when accompanying or joining the EU/EEA citizen, as identified by Directive 2004/38/EC and Legislative Decree 30/2007:
  • The spouse;
  • The partner who has contracted a registered partnership with the EU citizen on the basis of the legislation of a Member State, if the legislation of the host Member State treats the registered partnership as equivalent to marriage and in accordance with the conditions provided for by the relevant legislation of the host Member State;
  • The direct descendants who are under 21 years old or dependent and those of the spouse or partner;
  • The dependent direct ascendants and those of the spouse or partner;
  • The holders of diplomatic passports are also exempt