Select Your Austria Visa Type Below
- General Information and Eligibility
- Austria Airport Transit Visa Requirements (A)
- Austria Schengen Visa Requirements (C): Stays between 1 and 90 days for Tourists, Business Travelers, Family Visits, Attendance of Cultural Events, Congress, Seminar or Trade Visitors/Exhibitors, etc.
- Austrian National Visa Requirements (D): Stays between 91 and 180 days for Students, Temporary Employees, Interns, Researchers, etc.
- Austrian Residence Permit Requirements: Stays for more than 181 days, Residence Permits can be applied for different purposes. A good link to the Austria Work Visa process is here.
Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Austria Visas
- Like most of the members of the EU, Austria has pretty clear websites with good visa information.
- Questions like how to get student visa for Austria, how to get a work visa for Austria, or how to get Permanent Residence for Austria are answered pretty easily at the Consulate websites.
- Austria is a member of the Schengen Agreement, so Schengen visa rules will apply.
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