Each country sets its own rules for staying in a country with a tourist visa. However, there are common features.
Firstly, you can not violate the terms of stay. If a tourist was allowed to stay in the state for 15 days, then it is advisable to fly back on the 14th day.
Secondly, the tourist must strictly comply with local laws. Therefore, you should familiarize yourself with it in advance. Ignorance of the law is not an excuse. For violation of the laws, a tourist may face a fine or deportation with a subsequent ban on entry.
Thirdly, a visa can be cancelled upon detection of the fact of providing false data. If the tourist deceived the consulate when applying, and the information was found out a little later, then Russian citizens can be deported and banned from entering the selected country for life.
Fourth, attempts to find a job or get an education with only a tourist visa are strictly punished by foreign states. For such an offence, you can lose your right to cross the border with this country for life.
Remember! The spoiled reputation in one country threatens with problems with obtaining visas to other states.
What are the requirements for applying for a short stay visa?
The rules have not changed. In order to apply for a short stay visa to the EU, applicants must present:
- A filled in and signed visa application form;
- A passport issued in the last 10 years and valid for at least 3 months after the end of the stay;
- An identity photograph;
- Proof of possession of adequate and valid travel medical insurance;
- Supporting documents relating to the purpose of the stay, evidence of means of support during the stay and accommodation.
Applicants must also pay the visa fee and, where applicable, have their fingerprints collected.