Icelander holiday visa is given for a short period of leisure travel and no business activities allowed. A holiday visa stamp or sticker placed by a Icelander visa official on your passport that allows you to take a trip to Iceland.
Travel visa for Iceland are normally issued from the Icelander consulate in Abuja or in the closest city to your usual residential address. When applying for a Icelander visitor visa, you will be asked to explain the reasons for heading to Iceland.
Please note: In individual cases, you could be asked to provide additional documents. Icelander embassy guidelines and rules can and do, alter over night. We accept no responsibilty for any such changes or any transaction initiated directly between an individual and the Icelander embassy.
In general, you can include dependent children on your visa application if they are travelling with you on your passport. You may not need to submit an application for this particular visa. Learn more
Please notice: Be sure you get the appropriate Icelander visas where necessary which is your duty to get hold of them. In general countries demand passports to be valid for six months right after the expiration of the visa. NB: Having a visa doesn’t guarantee anyone entry on arrival in Iceland.
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