Buy real multi entry German VISA. Non-EU nationals, when showing up at the Austrian port of entry, will have to present some travel and identification documents to the Germany border officer. These documents are as follows:
A valid passport or travel document. Issued in the last 10 years and it should be valid for at least 3 months after your date of departure.
A visa – if you are subject to visit Germany.
If everything looks okay, you will be allowed to enter Germany, and thus the Schengen Area.
What type of Visa do you need to enter Germany?
If you are planning to visit Germany for a short stay trip (up to 90 days), then you have to apply for a Schengen short stay visa to Germany, known also as a C-type visa.
Depending on your purpose of entry to Germany, you can get one of the following Schengen visa types for Germany:
German Airport Visa – for those who need to transit through one of the German airports, to reach their travel destination country, outside the Schengen Area.
German Tourist Visa – for those wishing to visit Germany for holidays or sightseeing.
German Visitor Visa – for travelers who want to visit friends or family members residing in Germany.
German Business Visa – for business people who need to attend business-related activities in Germany.
German Visa for Official Visit – for Official Delegations coming to Germany on an official trip.
German Study Visa –for students that wish to attend a course for up to three months at an educational institution in Germany.
German Visa for Cultural, Sports and Film Crews – for people wishing to attend an activity in Germany that belongs this nature.
How long does it take to get an German Visa?
The processing time for an German Schengen visa may take up to 5 days, in a normal situation. In some cases, this period may be extended up to 7 days due to the number of applications the embassy/consulate of Germany is receiving, or the uniqueness of your case.