New Policy and Fees for Schengen Visa Applicants (Spain)

Aguaita29

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Jul 27, 2011
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You can now apply for a Schengen visa within the six months before the intended date of your trip, as opposed to three months.

Visas will also be granted for a longer period of time, with the posibility of 1 to 5 years.
Fees have also increased.

The following info is from from BLS Global, the visa application Center from Spain in Santo Domingo:

"As of 2nd February’ 2020
The deadline for submitting a visa application is extended to 6 months instead of 3 months. In case of Seafarers they may be presented with a maximum advance of 9 months.
Visa application form has been changed.
Visa Fee increases from February from February 2nd
Above 12 years : 80 Euros
6 to 11 years: 40 Euros"
https://do.blsspainvisa.com/
 

Riva_31

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San Pedro de Macoris
You can now apply for a Schengen visa within the six months before the intended date of your trip, as opposed to three months.

Visas will also be granted for a longer period of time, with the posibility of 1 to 5 years.
Fees have also increased.

The following info is from from BLS Global, the visa application Center from Spain in Santo Domingo:

"As of 2nd February’ 2020
The deadline for submitting a visa application is extended to 6 months instead of 3 months. In case of Seafarers they may be presented with a maximum advance of 9 months.
Visa application form has been changed.
Visa Fee increases from February from February 2nd
Above 12 years : 80 Euros
6 to 11 years: 40 Euros"
https://do.blsspainvisa.com/

Great news, even I think they should let do it with more time, in case the visa is dinied will let people to make a plan B for vacations, its they way I plan my vacations in case I need to apply for a visa.