Estonia family Visa

You must apply for an Estonia family visa as well as a temporary residence permit if you want to join your family or partner who is already residing in Estonia. It enables you to live and work in Estonia and to have the same residency rights as a member of your family.

Documents required to apply for your Estonia Family visa are listed below

  • Genuine passport: The passport needs to be current and have at least two empty pages. You must also include a copy of your previous visa (if any).
  • two images: Two colour photos the size of a passport that were taken against a white background. Images must be from the past six months.
  • A request form: The application must be completed online, printed, and delivered to the nearest embassy in your country of residence. Make careful to correctly complete the application form, then sign it at the bottom.
  • Payment of fees: When presenting the required paperwork, you can pay for your visa application at the embassy or consulate. Make sure you include the payment recipe along with any other needed documentation.
  • Invitation letter: A letter of invitation from a member of your family who resides in Estonia stating that they will pay for your travel and lodging costs while you are there.
  • Financial statement: This is a document that your bank has issued that includes your bank statement for the previous six months. This document must attest to your financial stability and ability to support yourself while visiting Estonia.
  • Health protection: Show confirmation of your current health insurance coverage throughout the entire Schengen region. You must have a €30,000 health insurance policy that covers any medical issues you may experience while visiting Estonia.
  • Health report: You must be in good health and be able to live in Estonia, according to the medical report.
  • Criminal history: A police record from your home country that attests to your lack of risk to the Republic of Estonia is called a criminal record.
  • A copy of your temporary resident's card (if applicable): Document proving that your family member who is residing in Estonia is issued with a temporary residence permit or another sort of document, enabling them legal residence.
  • If you are the spouse or partner of someone living in Estonia:
  • civil status records. confirmation of your legal status, in writing. It could be a birth certificate if you have a child, a marriage certificate if you are married, etc.
  • Proof that you reside together. It might be a co-signed lease or shared bank account, for example.
  • Birth certificate is required if you are a minor or an adult child of a resident of Estonia. The birth certificate needs to have been issued within the previous six months.
  • identity document True ID (if applicable).
  • Identity cards issued to your parents. a passport photocopy for your parents.
  • Documents demonstrating your kinship are required if you are the parent or grandparent of someone who resides in Estonia. It might be a birth certificate or another type of legal record.
  • Health report. document issued by your native country's medical facility. Your good health must be attested to in this document.

Process- Estonia Family Visa

  • On your smartphone, be sure to first visit the visit visa website (iOS, Android).
  • Select your destination as Estonia.
  • Select the country from where you are travelling from.
  • Click on the search option.
  • After that click on the apply now option and select the visa for which you want to apply.
  • Fill all your application form details and passport details.
  • After that the payable amount for the particular visa will be generated on our screen
  • Then you have to pay the fees which will be displayed on the screen.
  • Once the application has been accepted and validated, the applicant will soon receive an application number so they may continue with the fee payment. The applicant will be informed of any missing documents if there are any.