Student Visa

Your Visa Solution:

As you have stated that you are from a EU or EEA country (or Switzerland) and your lenght of stay is shorter than 3 months, you don’t need a visa to enter Austria and you enjoy freedom of domicile. The only thing you need is a valid travel document (passport) or identity card.

However, what you need to do is to register at the registry office. (Meldeamt)

When: Within the first 3 days of arrival
Where: At registry office –> See “Links” for registration offices in Vienna. You can register at any of the listed registration offices. It does not need to be in the same district you are going to live.

Things to bring:

  • Valid Passport or ID
  • Meldezettel (Registry form) –> Find at “Downloads”
    –> Signed by landlord and tenant
  • Birth certificate

Costs: Free

In case you stay at a hotel/hostel, the reception will register you so you don’t need to go to the registry office. However, as soon as you move to a private place you have to register within the first 3 days.

Please note: FeelsLikeHome is not legally in the position to give any immigration advice on applying for visa! The information given is collected by to the best of knowledge but we don’t take any guarantee for them and assume no liability or responsibility. Please confirm the information given with the Austrian Consulate i.e. the embassy that serves your region.

We try our best to provide correct and up-do-date information. In case you come across a mistake or a change in law – please inform us so we can update the information given. (office@stepbystepguide.eu)
Thank you!

Your FeelsLikeHome Team! 

Visa Solution:

According to your information given – Citizenship and length of stay longer than 6 months – you need a Student Residence Permit. (see Download Forms)

When: Min. 3 months ahead!
Where: IN YOUR HOME COUNTRY at the Austrian Embassy

Register:

Costs:  approx. 100 Euros
Renewal:  Min. 1 month before expiration. Costs: €100
Additional Information: When residence is granted – student has to apply for D-Visa within 3 months. Residence has to be collected in Austria within 6 months.
You need to register IN AUSTRIA as soon as you arrive (Meldeamt)

When: Within the first 3 days of arrival
Where: At registry office –> See here for a list of registration offices in Vienna. You can register at any of the listed registration offices. It does not need to be in the same district you are going to live.

Things to bring:
Meldezettel (Registry form) –> Find at “Downloads”
–> Signed by landlord and tenant

In case you stay at a hotel/hostel, the reception will register you so you don’t need to go to the registry office. However, as soon as you move to a private place you have to register within the first 3 days.

Please note: FeelsLikeHome is not legally in the position to give any immigration advice on applying for visa! The information given is collected by to the best of knowledge but we don’t take any guarantee for them and assume no liability or responsibility. Please confirm the information given with the Austrian Consulate i.e. the embassy that serves your region.
We try our best to provide correct and up-do-date information. In case you come across a mistake or a change in law – please inform us so we can update the information given. (office@stepbystepguide.eu)
Thank you!
Your FeelsLikeHome Team!

Yor visa solution:

According to your information given – Citizenship and length of stay shorter than 3 months – you need a C-Visa. (see Download Forms)
The C-Visa entitles you to stay in Austria up to 90 days and also to enter and residence in all Schengen countries (see Download Form) within the 90 days.

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When: Min. 3 months ahead!
Where: IN HOMECOUNTRY at the Austrian Embassy
Things to bring:

  • Filled form
  • Passport or ID
  • 2 color Photographs ICAO conform between 3.5 x 4.5 and 4×5
  • University confirmation
  • Proof of financial means (under 24: €450, over 24: €815) – includes rent up to 260 – if rent higher – amount higher.
  • Proof of Accommodation in Austria
  • Proof of health insurance (covering min. €30.000)
  • Proof of family and/or economic bonds in home country. (employment, studies, family bonds)

Costs:  90-100 Euros

Furthermore you need to register IN AUSTRIA as soon as you arrive (Meldeamt)

When: Within the first 3 days of arrival
Where: At registry office –> See “Links” for registration offices in Vienna. You can register at any of the listed registration offices. It does not need to be in the same district you are going to live.

Things to bring:

  • Valid Passport or ID
  • Meldezettel (Registry form) –> Find at “Downloads”
    –> Signed by landlord and tenant
  • Birth certificate

Costs: Free

In case you stay at a hotel/hostel, the reception will register you so you don’t need to go to the registry office. However, as soon as you move to a private place you have to register within the first 3 days.

Please note: FeelsLikeHome is not legally in the position to give any immigration advice on applying for visa! The information given is collected by to the best of knowledge but we don’t take any guarantee for them and assume no liability or responsibility. Please confirm the information given with the Austrian Consulate i.e. the embassy that serves your region.
We try our best to provide correct and up-do-date information. In case you come across a mistake or a change in law – please inform us so we can update the information given. (office@stepbystepguide.eu)
Thank you!

Your FeelsLikeHome Team!

Your visa solution

According to your information given – Citizenship and length of stay shorterthan 6 months – you need a D-Visa. (see Download Forms)
The D-Visa entitles you to entry and residence in Austria and travel to otherSchengen (see Download Form) countries for up to 90 days.

When: Min. 3months ahead!
Where: IN HOMECOUNTRY at the Austrian Embassy
Things to bring:

  • Filled form
  • Passport or ID
  • 2 color Photographs ICAO conform between 3.5 x 4.5 and 4×5
  • University confirmation
  • Proof of financial means (under 24: €450, over 24: €815) – includes rent up to 260 – if rent higher – amount higher.
  • Proof of Accommodation in Austria
  • Proof of health insurance (covering min. €30.000)
  • Proof of family and/or economic bonds in home country. (employment, studies, family bonds)

Furthermore you need to register IN AUSTRIA as soon as you arrive (Meldeamt)

Costs:  90-100 Euros

When: Withinthe first 3 days of arrival
Where: At registry office –> See “Links” for registrationoffices in Vienna. You can register at any of the listed registration offices.It does not need to be in the same district you are going to live.

Things to bring:

  • Valid Passport or ID
  • Meldezettel (Registry form) –> Find at “Downloads”
    –> Signed by landlord and tenant
  • Birth certificate

Costs: Free

In case you stay at a hotel/hostel, the reception will register you soyou don’t need to go to the registry office. However, as soon as you move to aprivate place you have to register within the first 3 days.

Your visa solution

According to your information given – Citizenship and length of stay longer than 6 months – you need a Student Residence Permit. (see Download Forms)

When: Min. 3 months ahead!
Where: IN YOUR HOME COUNTRY at the Austrian Embassy
Things to bring:

  • Filled form
  • Passport or ID
  • Birth certificate
  • Police clearance (if exists)
  • 2 color Photographs ICAO conform between 3.5 x 4.5 and 4×5
  • University confirmation
  • Proof of financial means (under 24: €450, over 24: €815) –includes rent up to 260 – if rent higher – amount higher.
  • Proof of Accommodation in Austria
  • Proof of health insurance (covering min. €30.000)

    Register: Costs:  approx. 100 Euros
    Renewal:  Min. 1 month before expiration. Costs: €100
    Additional Information: When residence is granted – student has to apply for D-Visa within 3 months.

Residence has to be collected in Austria within 6 months.

Register

You need to register IN AUSTRIA as soon as you arrive (Meldeamt)

When: Within the first 3 days of arrival
Where: At registry office –> See “Links” for registration offices in Vienna. You can register at any of the listed registration offices. It does not need to be in the same district you are going to live.

Things to bring:

Meldezettel (Registry form) –> Find at “Downloads”
–> Signed by landlord and tenant

In case you stay at a hotel/hostel, the reception will register you so you don’t need to go to the registry office. However, as soon as you move to a private place you have to register within the first 3 days.

Please note: FeelsLikeHome is not legally in the position to give any immigration advice on applying for visa! The information given is collected by to the best of knowledge but we don’t take any guarantee for them and assume no liability or responsibility. Please confirm the information given with the Austrian Consulate i.e. the embassy that serves your region.
We try our best to provide correct and up-do-date information. In case you come across a mistake or a change in law – please inform us so we can update the information given. (office@stepbystepguide.eu)
Thank you!
Your FeelsLikeHome Team!