Want to know how to apply for an Estonian startup visa? Read on to know all about moving to Estonia with a startup visa. Estonia may be one of the smaller countries in Europe but for startup founders, it is one of the most lucrative destinations. It is a rising center of innovation and a dynamic environment for growing businesses. The low cost of living and safe community … [Read more...]
Officially referred to as the Republic of Estonia, this nation lies in Northern Europe. The Gulf of Finland and the Baltic Sea borders this country. Estonia has more than 1500 Islands within and this country is surrounded by beautiful beaches all along the coastlines. Estonia is famous for its glorious forests, beautiful lakes, and rocky beaches.
This nation also has fortresses on hills, awe-inspiring castles, and churches that boast of a glorious past. Tallinn, the capital city, is famous for museums and Old Town which was built during the middle ages by crusaders from Germany. No wonder this nation attracts tourists from all over the world.
Being a member of the European Union a tourist requires a Schengen Visa to travel to Estonia. To get a visa you need to submit a duly filled and signed application form along with a valid passport, visa fees, photographs, a letter stating your purpose of visit, a valid bank statement, proof of hotel reservations, travel itinerary and a medical insurance.
To get a student visa in Estonia you need to submit an application along with a letter of acceptance from the University or college, health and character records, proof of financial stability, a no-objection certificate from the University, a valid passport and visa fee.
The Estonian E-Residency Program – Paving the Way to Development
Do you want your company to have a global presence? Ever dreamed of starting a business in the EU? You could consider applying for an Estonian e-residency visa. Over the past couple of years, there has been excitement and confusion regarding the Estonian e-residency scheme. But what exactly is this program? How can someone from a developing country apply for an Estonian … [Read more...]