Dutch Visa


Dutch VISA online. Validation period is 1 year. Depending on the purpose of your travel to the Netherlands, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occasion.


Netherlands Visa Application: Types, Requirements, Application & Guidelines

Certainly, The Netherlands is one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide. If you want to travel there, make sure you understand the Dutch visa requirements and apply for it well ahead of your trip.

In addition to the standard Schengen visas, the Dutch government issues several types of Dutch visas for tourists. These include multiple entry visas, single entry visas, transit visas(short-stay visa) and working visas.

Multiple Entry Visas

Firstly, a multiple entry visa allows you to enter the Netherlands up to three times within a six month period. You must obtain a separate visa for each entry into the country. This type of visa is valid for 90 days.

Single Entry Visas

Secondly, if you plan to spend less than 30 days in the Netherlands, you can apply for a single entry visa. This type of visa allows you to enter once during the validity period. Single entry visas are valid for 60 days.

Transit Visas

Finally the VISA is valid for a period of 3 months from the date of issue and can be used in any country where Visa is accepted. The cardholder must present his/her passport at the time of application to obtain the visa.

Meanwhile Visa on Arrival (VOA) is an apply electronic travel document that allows holders to enter countries without having to for a visa beforehand

The Dutch visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows you to stay in the Netherlands for up to three months. The Dutch visa can be applied for at any Dutch consulate or embassy abroad, and it’s valid for one year.

You need to apply for this type of visa if you are planning on staying in the Netherlands for more

Application & Guidelines(Dutch Visa)

The Dutch government announced it will grant Dutch visas to people traveling to the Netherlands from eight countries where there are no visa requirements. These include Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey and North Macedonia. People from these countries will now be able to travel to the Netherlands without needing a visa.

Meanwhile, people from the following countries will still require a Schengen visa: Algeria, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Vietnam and Yemen.

What do I need to do?

Meanwhile, you can apply for your visa online by clicking here. Or you must have an appointment with us by contacting us. The application process takes about three weeks.

Can I bring my child/children?

Certainly yes! under 18 years old may also travel with their parents or guardians if  hold a valid passport and a return ticket. They will not need a visa.

How much does it cost(Application Fee)?

It depends on how long you plan to stay in the Netherlands(Time Frame). If you’re planning to visit for less than 90 days, you’ll pay €650 visa fee. For longer stays of up to six months, you’ll pay €1,050.

Moreover if you want to work or study in the Netherlands, you’ll  need to apply for a residence permit. You can find out more information about that here.

However, in order to begin with your Dutch Visa, contact us at info@originaldocumentservices.com to proceed with your order.