Participants in Erasmus+ projects may need to obtain a visa for staying abroad in the Programme or Partner Country hostingthe activity. It is a responsibility of all the participating organisations to ensure that the authorisations required (short orlong-term stay visas or residence permits) are in order before the planned activity takes place. It is strongly recommendedthat the authorisations are requested from the competent authorities well in advance, since the process may take severalweeks. National Agencies and the Executive Agency may give further advice and support concerning visas, residencepermits, social security, etc. The EU Immigration Portal contains general information on visa and residence permits, for bothshort-term and long-term stays.
Modified on: Wed, 13 Jun, 2018 at 12:42 PM
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