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The Netherlands is renowned for its landscapes of canals, extensive cycling routes, impressive windmills. tourists can find pleasure in exploring the waterways, museums. One notable spot not to be missed is the Keukenhof known as the Garden of Europe which has over 700 varieties of tulips, and the largest public garden in the world.  

The Netherlands translates to 'lower countries' as a reference to its low and flat topography. the country is the second-largest exporter of food in the world owing to its rich soil and mild climate. 

Tourism in The Netherlands has been steadily on the rise compared to other European countries with the number of foreign tourists growing at a rate of 5.5 percent yearly. 


Basic Travel Requirements for Equatorial Guineans visiting Netherlands

  • Applicants completed and signed the application form

  • Applicants passport with a 3 months minimum validity.

  • Minimum of two blank pages on the passport for visa stamp.

  • Two 35 x 45 mm passport photographs that meet the visa application requirement.

  • Travel insurance of a minimum value of 30,000 euros.

  • Proof of incentive of returning to the home country.

  • Travel itinerary.

  • Proof of hotel reservation or accommodation.

  • Proof of financial capacity that covers the duration of stay.

  • Parent or guardian letter of consent in case of minors.

Types of Netherlands Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Visitor Visa 10-15 working days 180 days
Student Visa 10-15 working days maximum of 4 years
Medical Visa 10-15 working days 90 days

Visas of Netherlands Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Visitor Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Student Visa 90.00 (EUR)
Medical Visa 60.00 (EUR)

FAQs about Visas of Netherlands

When is the best time to visit the Netherlands ?

The best time to visit the Netherlands is between April to October, the weather is usually fine around this period and you have a lot of tourist visiting within that period.

What is the official language spoken in the Netherlands ?

Dutch is the official language spoken in Holland, although a majority of the population also understand a little bit of English.

Is it expensive to live in Netherlands ?

Cost of  living is relatively high in Netherlands. the capital Amsterdam is ranked the 50th most expensive city to live in as at 2018.

What is the population of the Netherlands ?

The Netherlands has a population of about 18 million people,  majority of them being women accounting for about 58% of their population.

3 Visas of Netherlands found

Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands

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The Netherlands visitor's visa is issued to foreigners visiting the country for a short visit. The purpose of the visit can either be for vacation, sightseeing, business, conference or to attend an event. This visa also known as a Type-C Schengen visa. The visitor's visa is issued as a single, double or multiple entry visa. This visa allows the holder to remain in the Netherlands for a maximum period of three months (90 days) within six months (180 days) from the entry date into the Schengen area.  The visa application form must be completed and signed by the applicant before submission. If the purpose of your visit is to see a friend or relative You are required to submit a letter of invitation from the person you are going to visit. The letter should contain the full contact address of your host.  Applicants travel itinerary should be submitted. Proof of hotel reservation or accommodation should be submitted. Proof of financial sufficiency that covers the applicant’s entire duration of stay should be submitted. Proof of incentive of returning to home country at the expiration of your visa should be submitted. Minors travelling without their parents are to submit their birth certificate alongside a letter of consent from one or both parents The visa application must be done at the embassy. All documents must be written in Dutch, English, French or Spanish.    

Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands

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The Netherlands students visa is issued to Equatorians travelling for study purposes. The Students visa is also referred to as a Schengen Type-D visa and the purpose of the visit (study) is always appended on it. Before applying for this visa, one should be sure he or she has been offered admission into an educational institution in the Netherlands. Applicants letter of admission from the institution should be sent to the embassy. Applicants must also apply for a residential permit which would cover their duration of studies. The applicant will be issued a  Provisional residence permit(MVV).  It is an entry visa that allows you to enter the Netherlands at any point within six months. This is to show that you are not a tourist in the country. Students are advised to apply for the MVV at least 3 months before their intended arrival date in the Netherlands.  if you have been accepted into a Dutch institution and offered an MVV, your host institution is obliged to apply for a residence permit on your behalf. This will be done within 5 days of your arrival.  Applicants are to submit transcripts and certificates from previously attended institutions that qualifies them for the course of study in which they have been given admission You should note that your student visa can be withdrawn if you do not maintain sufficient progress in regards to your academic performance (at least 50 per cent of the required credits each academic year). Proof of financial sufficiency should be submitted. A minimum of 850 euros per month is required by the applicant. Applicants may be asked to take some civic integration test at the embassy Applicants are to submit a proof of medical fitness. Proof that the applicant is free from tuberculosis and yellow fever should be submitted. Applicants are allowed to work part-time as long as it does not affect their studies Applicants can apply for an extension of the visa to cover their duration of study.

Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands
Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Netherlands

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The medical is issued to Equatorial Guineans travelling to seek medical treatment. Applicants coming to the Netherlands for medical treatment must apply for a residence permit.  A letter to the Medical Advice Bureau in the Netherlands is needed. This letter should clearly state the nature of the illness, Why treatment elsewhere will be inappropriate and If you are capable of financing the treatment. A letter from your doctor in Equatorial Guinea should be submitted to the embassy. The letter should state the type of ailment and why treatment would be best gotten in the Netherlands. The hospital or doctor in the Netherlands will also need to send a medical attestation confirming the date of appointment as well as their knowledge of your medical situation. Applicants who are employed are to submit a letter from their employer stating the awareness of your leave and duration. Proof of financial sufficiency that covers the medical bills and duration of stay should be submitted. Proof of full or part payment of medical bills should be submitted. If the applicant is a minor, the original birth certificate along with a consent letter from one or both parents should be submitted. Equatorial Guineans on a medical visa are not allowed to work while they are in the country. Visa holders are not allowed to take up permanent residence in the country, but temporary residence is allowed. The applicant has to sign a medical declaration. By signing this declaration, the applicant consents to being involved in any medical research, if necessary. Applicants are expected to leave the country at the expiration of their or completion of their medical treatment.