Schengen Visa Waiver To Grenada
Citizens of Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago are allowed to travel to the Schengen territory without a Schengen visa from 28th May 2015.
Q: I don’t need a Schengen visa for my trip, but are there other things I should bear in mind?
- You can only enter the Schengen territory if you have a valid passport. On the planned date of departure from the Schengen area, your passport has to be valid at least for another three months and it has to be issued within the last 10 years.
- In certain cases, documents have to be presented that prove the purpose and circumstances of the visit.
- Similarly, proof may also have to be provided that you have sufficient funds to maintain yourself during your stay and to finance the return trip. The amount of funding depends on the type and length of stay. There are no fixed daily rates.
- You are advised to take out a health insurance before your trip which would also cover repatriation expenses to your home country.
This visa waiver does not create the right to enter the Schengen territory. By Schengen law, Border Police Authorities make the last decision after having checked the particulars of your means of living in a Schengen country and/or purpose of visit. You are therefore requested to keep with you, on arrival, the relevant documents related to the above.
In cases of repeated entries or a longer duration of stay foreigners have to bear in mind that visits to the Schengen territory are restricted to 90 days in any period of 180 days.
If you are travelling to Germany with the purpose of carrying out employment, any paid activity or for permanent residency a visa is still needed.
Please contact the German Embassy in these circumstances.