Switzerland has been a member of the Schengen Area since 12 December 2008. Applicable to all Schengen member states, the Schengen Association Agreement stipulates that short stays may not exceed 90 days in any 180-day period.
This agreement is specifically intended to facilitate the travel of tourists, visitors and business travellers for these brief periods of stay. The agreement also stipulates that all Schengen member states shall apply a common visa policy for short stays.
For the short-term stays of up to 90 days in any 180-day period, for nationals of Pakistan a Type C visa is required. Type C visas are valid for the entire Schengen area, which is why they are commonly referred to as Schengen visas.
Documents Required for Switzerland Visit Visa
The fee for the visa is due at the time the application is submitted and is not refundable. If you withdraw the application or it is rejected the fee will not be reimbursed.
The fee for an adult for the Schengen visa for Switzerland is Rs27,000.
The applicant is required to submit proof of sufficient funds for duration of stay, e.g.: (min. amount required is different in each country). Bank and credit statements for last 6 months in addition to previous year.
Following is the minimum daily required amount for bearing expense of stay in Switzerland. An applicant is required to show the amount which is enough for the days he/she intends to spend there:
As of December 4, 2023, one CHF is equal to 327.65. It means you need to have around Rs982,950 in your bank account if your stay is for 30 days in Switzerland.