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Long term Visa

National visas are issued for the duration of no more than one (1) year.

If an alien had been granted a one (1) year multi-entry national visa, another multi-entry national visa may only be issued if more than 90 days have passed since expiration of the previous visa.

If an alien had been granted a multi-entry national visa and applied for a new multi-entry visa before the expiration of the previous one, he or she may be granted a multi-entry visa with the validity period (as well as the validity period of the held multi-entry national visa) of no more than one (1) year.

If a multi-entry national visa granted to an alien had been revoked and the alien applied for a new multi-entry national visa within 90 days after the decision to revoke the alien’s previous multi-entry national visa had taken legal effect, he or she may be granted a multi-entry visa with the validity period (as well as the validity period of the held multi-entry national visa) of no more than one (1) year;

NOTE. An alien holding a valid national visa (D) may travel the territories of other states of the Schengen Area, but no more than 90 days within any 180-day period.