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How to Make the Most of Your Pay As You Go Data SIM with No Expiry
In today’s fast-paced digital world, staying connected is more important than ever. Whether you’re traveling, working remotely, or simply on the go, having a reliable data connection is crucial. Pay as you go (PAYG) data SIM cards with no expiry offer a flexible and cost-effective solution for those who don’t want to be tied down by long-term contracts. In this article, we will explore how you can make the most of your PAYG data SIM with no expiry.
Choose the Right Plan for Your Needs
When it comes to PAYG data SIM cards, there are plenty of options available in the market. To make the most of your SIM card, it’s important to choose a plan that suits your needs and usage patterns. Consider factors such as data allowance, coverage area, and pricing when selecting a plan.
If you’re a light user who mainly uses data for browsing and occasional emails, a lower data allowance may suffice. On the other hand, if you rely heavily on data for streaming videos or online gaming, opting for a higher data allowance will ensure that you don’t run out mid-activity.
Monitor Your Data Usage
To avoid unexpected charges or running out of data prematurely, it’s crucial to monitor your usage regularly. Most mobile devices have built-in settings that allow you to track your data consumption over time.
By keeping an eye on your usage patterns, you can identify any apps or activities that consume excessive amounts of data and adjust accordingly. This will help you optimize your usage and ensure that you make the most out of every megabyte.
Take Advantage of Wi-Fi Hotspots
While PAYG data SIM cards provide convenient access to mobile internet wherever you go, it’s always wise to take advantage of free Wi-Fi hotspots whenever possible. Many cafes, restaurants, airports, and hotels offer complimentary Wi-Fi to their customers.
By connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots, you can save your data allowance for times when you truly need it. Just be cautious when using public Wi-Fi networks and make sure to prioritize security by using a virtual private network (VPN) to protect your personal information.
Keep Your SIM Card Active
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In conclusion, a PAYG data SIM card with no expiry offers flexibility and convenience for those who require mobile internet access without being tied down by long-term contracts. By choosing the right plan, monitoring your data usage, taking advantage of Wi-Fi hotspots, and keeping your SIM card active, you can make the most out of this cost-effective solution. Stay connected wherever you go and enjoy seamless internet access on your terms.
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Schengen Visa Validity, Duration of Stay, and Multiple Entry Visas
Last Updated : Oct 30, 2023
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Schengen Visa validity varies but usually permits a 90-day stay within a 180-day period.
The 90/180 rule means you can't exceed 90 days in the Schengen Area within any 180-day timeframe.
Travelers must exit before the visa's expiration date to avoid legal issues.
Thanks to something called the Schengen Agreement , international tourists, nomads, adventures, and all of the above, can visit any one of the 27 Schengen Member States with a little something called the Schengen Visa.
Understanding the types of Schengen visas and validity period will help you get the most out of your trip to the Schengen Area.
What Is Uniform Schengen Visas (USV)?
A Uniform Schengen Visa is a travel permit that allows you to travel to one of the Schengen Member States for a specific duration and purpose. Furthermore, holders of the USV are only allowed to visit the Schengen Zone for a maximum of 90 days within a 180 day period (6 months) - this is known as the 90/180 day Schengen rule .
The USV is commonly referred to as the Schengen Visa. So, don't get too confused with the formal name.
As I mentioned earlier, you can visit any one of the 27 Schengen Countries with the USV. These Schengen States include:
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Depending on the purpose of your travel, the USV will fall under one of the following categories:
Category A is commonly referred to as an Airport Transit Visa .
A "Catagory A" USV, or Airport Visa, will allow you to travel through an international zone of the Schengen country airport. This type of visa only allows you to pass through the Schengen country airport for connecting flights, layovers, etc. It does not allow you to visit the Schengen Area or the specific Schengen country of your connecting flight.
A "Catagory C" USV, commonly known as the Schengen Visa , will allow you to travel to the Schengen Area for short-term visits for a certain duration. Furthermore, depending on the purpose and frequency of your visits to the Schengen Area, you'll be issued one of the following Schengen entry visas:
A single entry Schengen visa
A double-entry Schengen visa
A multiple-entry Schengen visa
Schengen Visa Type D (Long-Stay Visa), if you intend to study, work, or reside in a Schengen country for an extended period, the Type D visa is your choice.
It allows stays longer than 90 days and often requires additional documentation.
Type D visas are commonly issued for purposes such as employment, education, or family reunification.
What Are The Types Of Schengen Visas?
The purpose of your trip and how frequently you visit the Schengen Area will determine the type of entry visa/permit you'll receive.
In simpler terms, this will determine how often you can enter and exit the Schengen Area. But, with that said, you should always be mindful of the validity of your Schengen visa.
The different types of Schengen visas should not be confused with the total amount of Schengen States you're allowed to visit. You'll find a "Valid for:" within your Schengen Visa sticker. This indicates the Schengen States you're allowed to visit.
The Single Entry Schengen Visa
This type of entry visa will allow you to enter the Schengen countries once within the validity of the Schengen visa. After exiting the Schengen country, you won't be able to return.
The Double-Entry Visa
The double-entry visa will allow you to enter the Schengen countries more than once . This allows you to return to your home country (or another country) and travel back to the Schengen Zone one more time. This also means that you won't be able to return once you exit the country the second time around.
Frequent travelers who have received multiple double-entry visas before will be eligible to obtain a multiple-entry visa.
The Multiple-entry Visa
With a Schengen multiple-entry visa, you can enter and exit the Schengen Area as frequently as you want. However, the 90/180-day Schengen rule still applies (I'll get to this later).
Depending on how frequent you travel to the Schengen Area, you'll receive one of the following multiple-entry visas:
1 year multiple-entry Schengen Visa:
The 1-year multiple-entry visa will allow you to visit the Schengen territory as many times as you like, as long as you don't break the 90/180 day Schengen rule.
You're eligible to receive a 1-year multiple entry visa if you've previously applied for 3 Schengen Visas within the past 2 years .
When applying for a 1-year MEV, you'll need to prove that you've previously applied for 3 separate Schengen Visas. This is easily done by submitting copies of your previous visas alongside your visa application.
3 year multiple-entry Schengen Visa:
Similar to the 1-year MEV, a 3-year MEV will allow you to visit the Schengen Area as many times as you want within 3 years. Once again, the 90/180-day Schengen rule applies.
You're eligible to apply for a 3-year MEV if you've previously obtained a 1-year MEV within the past 2 years.
Before you can obtain a 3-year MEV, your previous MEV must have reached the end of its validity period. This means that you can't apply for a 3-year MEV if your first MEV has not yet expired.
5 year multiple-entry Schengen Visa:
As before, a 5-year MEV will allow you to visit the Schengen States in the EU as many times as you like (within 5 years).
You're eligible for a 5-year MEV if you have obtained and lawfully used a previous multiple-entry visa (valid for at least two years) within the past three years.
Like all multiple entry visas, you're not allowed to stay more than 90 days within 6 months in the Schengen Area.
What Is The Schengen 90/180 Day Rule?
At first glance, the 90/180-day rule might seem pretty straightforward. However, there's more to it than meets the eye.
So let's break it down the 90 days before looking at the 180-day part:
You're allowed to visit the Schengen Area for a maximum of 90 days within every 180 days. So, you have 90 days to visit the Schengen Area (within 6 months).
Now let's take a look at the 180-day part of the rule:
The 180 days are counted backward from the date you leave the Schengen Area and return to your home country. Now, this might mean nothing to you (yet), but here's the cool part about this rule. You could potentially visit the Schengen Area for more than 130 days without breaking any rules .
Just remember, count the 180 days backward from the date you leave (exit date) the Schengen country.
You can use a Schengen calculator to determine the Schengen visa duration you're allowed to stay within the Schengen Zone.
Schengen Visa Types According To Purpose Of Travel
The purpose of your trip will determine if you're eligible to apply for a Schengen Visa and also the type of Schengen Visa you need to apply for. For example, if you plan to live in the Schengen Area, you won't be able to apply for a Schengen Visa. However, if your trip is only for tourism, then the Schengen Visa is for you.
Next, I'll walk you through the different types of travel purposes that will grant you a Schengen Visa:
If you're traveling through the international zone of the Schengen Area, you might need to apply for a Schengen Airport Transit Visa (Type A) . I should mention that this is not a requirement for all nationals.
The Schengen States and European Union have created a specific list of residents that need this type of visa to transit through the Schengen zone. That being said, some Schengen States have their own individual requirements from different countries.
For example, you may be able to travel through France without an Airport Transit Visa, but you might need one to travel through Portugal.
Similar to the Airport Transit Visa, a regular Transit Visa is generally used by seafarers who need to dock at international Schengen ports for a short period.
The Schengen Visa is commonly referred to as a Schengen Tourist Visa. This is because tourism is probably the most common purpose for travel to the Schengen Zone. So, if you plan to visit any of the amazing Schengen Countries to explore the incredible sights, cultures, and destinations, you'll need to apply for a Schengen Visa.
When applying for your Schengen Tourist Visa, you'll need to apply at the country's embassy you plan to visit. For example, you need a France Schengen Visa if you plan to visit France.
Visiting Family Members and Friends
As the title suggests, you can use a Schengen Visa to travel to relatives and friends in the Schengen Area. However, when visiting relatives/friends in the Schengen Area, you'll need to attach an invitation letter alongside your required documents. This basically proves you've been invited to the Schengen Area.
Under certain circumstances, you may need to travel to the Schengen Area for medical purposes. Your medical professional will write a formal letter requesting medical attention in the Schengen Zone.
Once you receive your letter, you must include it with other Schengen-required documents . After submitting your application, your Schengen Visa will be processed as a Medical Schengen Visa.
A Business Schengen Visa will allow you to travel to the Schengen Area for business purposes. In addition, frequent travelers will generally receive a multiple-entry visa to help ease travels to and from the Schengen Zone.
Business purposes include:
Attending business conferences
Attending important business meetings, etc.
When traveling to the Schengen Area for business purposes, it will be beneficial to include an invitation letter from the company abroad or a no-objection letter from your employer . This will help prove the purpose of your travel.
You can use a Schengen Visa to travel to the Schengen Zone for short-term study courses (like language courses). Be sure to include relevant documents that prove you'll be studying abroad.
I should mention that the Study Schengen Visa only allows short stays and can not be used as a long-term study visa (more than 3 months).
When traveling to the Schengen States for official duties, you should check "Official Visit" when completing the Schengen application form. Generally, you'll receive an invitation letter inviting you to visit the Schengen Area.
The following purposes fall under official visits :
other events held in the Schengen Zone by intergovernmental organizations
Culture, Sport, and Film Crew
A Schengen Visa will allow you to travel abroad for culture, sport, and production purposes . Similar to other purposes, you'll need to include relevant documents alongside your application to prove the purpose of your trip.
"I can't find the purpose of my trip mentioned above."
Should you plan to visit the member states for a purpose not mentioned above, you must tick "Other" on your application form. In addition, you must specify the exact reasons for your trip to the Schengen Area.
Suppose you plan to the Schengen Area to attend a religious conference. In that case, you can enter "Religious visit."
Please check out our Schengen Visa guide for more information related to the Schengen Visa.
What Is The Difference Between Schengen Visa Validity And Duration Of Stay?
Here is where things can get a bit confusing.
It's essential to understand the difference between "Schengen visa validity" and "Schengen duration of stay." This will save you from crossing any legal boundaries, as well as help you get the most out of your visa.
What Is Duration Of Stay?
Simply put, the duration of stay for a Schengen visa indicates the maximum amount of days you're allowed to visit the Schengen Area. "Day 1" is counted when you first enter the Schengen countries, and your final day is counted as the day you leave the Schengen Area.
For example: On your visa, the duration of your stay is 20 days.
Let's say you enter the Schengen countries on January 1. As soon as you enter, the first day is counted. On January 20, you need to return to your home country or your next destination (that is not a Schengen Member State).
Let's say you leave the Schengen State on the 10th day. This means you still have 10 days left to visit the Schengen Zone within your visa's validity period.
You mustn't overstay the date mentioned on your visa. Doing this will lead to heavy fines or even a ban from the Schengen Area. It's possible to extend your Schengen Visa . However, you must have a valid reason for doing this. Be mindful that authorities will determine if your motivation is valid for a visa extension. If not, your visa extension request will be denied.
What Is Schengen Visa Validity?
Schengen Visa validity is the period in which you can use your Schengen Visa. It's important not to confuse this with the duration of stay.
Let's use the same example as before:
The Schengen visa duration is 20 days.
The validity period of your visa is January 1, 2022 - February 25, 2022.
You're allowed to visit the Schengen Visa for 20 days between January 1 and February 25. Suppose you enter the Schengen Area on January 20 and leave on January 30. In that case, you still have 10 days left to visit the Schengen Area before February 25.
If the validity of your Schengen Visa expires (February 25), you won't be able to re-enter the Schengen Area.
Remember to check what type of entry visa you've been granted. If you've been granted a single entry visa, you won't be able to re-enter the country after your first visit. On the other hand, if you've been issued a double-entry visa, you can re-enter the Schengen Zone for a second time.
What Is A Limited Territorial Validity Visa (LTV)?
The Limited Territorial Validity Visa (LTV) sounds complicated, but it's pretty simple. An LTV only allows you to visit a specific Schengen country, as specified on your visa sticker.
The key difference between a standard Schengen Visa and an LTV is that an LTV holder cannot transit or visit any Schengen State other than that mentioned on the visa sticker.
If you've been issued an LTV to Portugal, you may only travel to Portugal and no other Schengen Country.
An LTV is generally issued under very specific circumstances, such as humanitarian reasons, emergency travel reasons, or international travel obligations.
What Is A National Visa?
A national visa is a travel authorization document that allows long-term stays within a Schengen Area Country. This is commonly known as the Type D Visa or long-stay visa.
A national visa holder will be allowed to stay in the Schengen territory for more than 90 days. Generally, a national visa enables its holder to apply for a residence permit or any other type of long-term visa.
It's important to understand that this type of visa has its own visa requirements that are different from a Schengen visa type c. These documents include valid insurance policy/travel insurance, a valid travel document, proof of sufficient funds, proof of accommodation, and so on.
How To Read Your Schengen Visa Sticker?
Finally, let's look at the Schengen Visa sticker and how to read it. First, we'll look at some important information on your visa sticker.
VALID FOR : This indicates what Schengen Member Countries you're allowed to visit. If you see "SCHENGEN STATES," you're allowed to travel to any of the 26 Schengen Countries within Europe. Otherwise, you'll find the country codes you're allowed to visit with your specific Schengen Visa. For example: If you see B , F , and I . You're only allowed to visit Belgium (B), France (F), and Italy (I).
FROM : This indicates the first day you're allowed to enter the Schengen Area. Be mindful that you're not allowed to enter the Schengen Zone before the specified dates.
UNTIL : This indicates the last day you're allowed to visit the Schengen Area. Never overstay the specified date, which could lead to a heavy fine or even a ban to the Schengen Area.
TYPE OF VISA : As the name suggests, this indicates the type of visa you've been issued. Here you should see C, which is known as a short-term visa (the Schengen Visa). A is for a transit visa, and D is for long-term stays.
NUMBER OF ENTRIES : This indicates the number of times you're allowed to enter the Schengen Area. As previously discussed, 1 means a single entry, 2 means double entry, and M means multiple entries.
DURATION OF STAY : The Schengen visa duration indicates the number of days you're permitted to stay within the Schengen Area. Remember that you're only allowed to visit the states within the validity period of your Schengen Visa. You'll find the validity period of your visa under FROM and UNTIL.
ISSUED IN : The city of the Consulate or Embassy that issued your visa.
ON : The date your visa was issued.
NUMBER OF PASSPORT : Your passport number.
SURNAME, NAME : Your name and surname.
Here's an example Schengen Visa sticker:
From here, we can see that:
Joyce Joja is allowed to travel to any Schengen country for a duration of 90 days starting from 01-04-10 to 31-03-11 .
Joyce Joja has obtained a Schengen visa type c multiple entry (M) valid for 1 year.
Joyce Joja's visa was issued in Abuja.
You now know everything about the Schengen Visa types, validity, and purposes. Furthermore, once you receive your next Schengen Visa, you'll be able to confidently understand your visa sticker; and ensure that you don't cross any legal boundaries.
Our information is sourced directly from government authorities, ensuring reliability. We utilize AI to simplify complex concepts for clarity, and our dedicated team rigorously verifies all details for accuracy. Rest assured, the information you discover here is dependable, as we exclusively rely on trusted sources.
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A Schengen visa is valid for multiple-entry for six months to five years, but the duration of stay is limited to 90 days within a 180-day validity period. This means you can use the visa for the duration indicated, but you can only spend a total of 90 days in the Schengen Area within that period.
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Schengen visa validity.
The validity of a Schengen visa
One Schengen visa about this short stay is valid for a maximum of 90 days. You will receive the visa for the number of days you indicated in the application.
On the Visa Short Stay (type C) state:
- From which date the visa is valid (from that day you can travel into the Schengen area).
- How many days you in it Schengen area may be.
- From which date the visa is no longer valid (you must then be out of the Schengen area).
- Whether you can enter the Schengen area once (single entry) or several times (multiple entry) with the valid visa.
Length of stay in the Netherlands or other Schengen countries
There are two types of short stay visa:
- Having an single entry visa with a validity of up to 90 days. This allows you to stay in the Netherlands/Schengen area for a maximum of 1 days once.
- Having an multiple entry visa with a validity period of up to 5 years. This allows you to stay in the Netherlands/Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days per 180 days. This does not have to be consecutive. You may also spread this, but you may never stay in the Netherlands/Schengen area for more than 90 days out of 180 days.
The following applies to both visas: if you have stayed in the Netherlands or one of the Schengen countries for 90 consecutive days, you must wait at least 1 days before you can travel to the Schengen area again.
With the short stay calculator (in the text under 'Harmonising rules and procedures') on the website of the European Commission you can calculate yourself how many days you may stay in the Schengen area after your entry. You can use this tool to plan your trip.
Extend short stay visa
You can only use one in very special situations Extend Schengen visa or free term . For example, if you are unable to leave the Netherlands due to serious illness or force majeure. However, your total stay may not exceed 90 days. You also need to have enough money to support yourself. Before submitting the request, you must make an appointment with a IND desk .
Visa extension above 90 days for Surinamese aged 60 or older
Do you have the Surinamese nationality and are you 60 years or older? Then you can extend the visa above 90 days once per stay. You do not need a special reason for this extension. The visa can be extended by a maximum of 90 days and is only valid for the Benelux countries. To submit the request, you must make an appointment at an IND desk. You must be able to prove that you have a medical travel insurance have closed.
Change single entry to multiple entry
Have you traveled to the Netherlands with single-entry visa and want to change it to a multiple-entry visa ? This is only possible in situations of force majeure, humanitarian reasons, serious professional reasons or personal circumstances that have changed after you traveled to the Netherlands. To submit the request, you must make an appointment at an IND desk.
Overstay? You risk an entry ban!
It is very important that you return to your country of origin or residence in time. If you stay in the Netherlands longer than your visa is valid, we call this an overstay. The consequences of this can be serious. With an overstay of more than 3 days you already risk a entry ban of a 1 year. If you are unable to leave the Netherlands in time due to force majeure, please contact the IND immediately.
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When does Schengen visa expire: Details about Schengen visa
To travel within a country in the Schengen area, you may need to have a visa. There are three types of Schengen visas and all have a validity period. So, if you are getting your hands on any one of them then make sure that you are aware of its validity period. Schengen visas are needed for eligible travelers to the Schengen countries. To apply, go to iVisa.com and find out about the visa application process and how to get your visa easily.
With iVisa.com it becomes easier for you to apply for a visa just by sitting at home and getting your hands on whichever visa you need. The visa validity is one important point that needs to be taken care of. To learn more about When does Schengen visa expires you can either go to iVisa.com for assistance or can contact iVisa.com’s customer care portal . The Schengen visa validity needs to be taken care of to avoid facing any sort of legal problems afterward. To know about the visa application process you can read the following.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the mandatory documents needed for applying for a visa.
To discover When does Schengen visa expire you can go to iVisa.com . When you are applying for a visa, there are a few mandatory documents that you need.
- Firstly, you need to fill the visa form accurately.
- Then you need a valid passport that has two extra pages and is valid for the next 6 months
- Then a professional passport size photograph is needed that should not be more than 6 months old.
- Your payment details are needed next, such as a credit or debit card or a valid PayPal Wallet .
- A bank statement is also required.
- Lastly, valid travel insurance is required to fulfill all the criteria of the Schengen visa application form of iVisa.com .
How long will the processing of the visa take?
The processing time and the price for each visa application depends on the plan chosen. Also, to find out When does Schengen visa expire you need to know your visa validity period. The options available are:
- Standard processing service time : With this plan, the visa will take standard time to get processed. A nominal fee is charged for the same.
- Rush processing service : With this plan, your visa will be processed a bit faster. The fee charged is also higher.
- Super rush processing service : If you want to get your via within the shortest period then this plan is the best for you. The bigger fee worth the service provided.
Where can I find more information related to applying for a visa?
To find more information about When does Schengen visa expire and the visa application process , you can either go to iVisa.com and get the answers for all the queries or can simply contact iVisa.com’s customer care team .
Is it safe to apply for a Schengen Visa with iVisa.com?
To know When does Schengen visa expire and to apply for a visa, iVisa.com provides you a very safe platform. To know more you can visit our website iVisa.com or can also read our customers reviews .
What are the steps to apply for a visa?
To know about When does Schengen visa expire and how to apply for visa through iVisa.com , you can fill the visa application form and you will be guided to the further steps. You can also contact iVisa.com and get all the relevant information from there.
When does my Schengen visa expire?
To know When does Schengen visa expire you need to go to iVisa.com and find out the validity period for your Schengen visa or else you can contact iVisa.com’s customer care portal to solve all the queries.
What are the charges for applying for a Schengen visa?
To find all the information about the charges for a Schengen visa, you can go to iVisa.com and you will easily get answers to all your questions.
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if I have a schengen visa till the 10th of October 2018 for a duration of stay up to 90 days, can I travel on the 9th of October and come back 1 week after?
What is your nationality? What kind of Schengen visa do you hold?
your visa has to be valid the day you leave. so you can't enter on the 9th and exit a week later. You can exit on the 90th day.
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