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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    Your definition of good is not quite the same as other peoples.
    However you missed out this bit:

    Unfortunately, there is no fixed answer to this particular question due to different time-frame policies of the embassies/consulates in different parts of the world. Nevertheless, it’s highly recommended to apply for a Schengen visa around six weeks prior to one’s departure, in order to make your trip as planned.

    Although it takes no more than 72 hours for processing a visa in general, there are times when this process takes quite much longer, for 14 up to 21 days in some countries concerning some citizens.

    In some embassies, you are able to walk in at any time and submit the documentation meanwhile in some other you MUST make an appointment prior. If you are planning to travel on a short-term, the appointment must be made no more than 6 weeks in advance. This rule doesn’t apply to the applicants who are applying for a long-term visa.
    Daily Mail school of reporting. Most of the people I know who have applied for a Schengen visa have done it within a couple of weeks of their trip and receiving it less than a week later. I would suspect with the EU's mooted plan of an ESTA type online system it'll probably be 24 - 48 hours turnaround
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    However you missed out this bit:



    Daily Mail school of reporting. Most of the people I know who have applied for a Schengen visa have done it within a couple of weeks of their trip and receiving it less than a week later. I would suspect with the EU's mooted plan of an ESTA type online system it'll probably be 24 - 48 hours turnaround
    and again from the horses mouth (not it's other parts )

    it’s highly recommended to apply for a Schengen visa around six weeks prior to one’s departure
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    it’s highly recommended to apply for a Schengen visa around six weeks prior to one’s departure

    ]and again from the horses mouth (not it's other parts )
    And again, from the horses mouth:

    Although it takes no more than 72 hours for processing a visa in general, there are times when this process takes quite much longer, for 14 up to 21 days in some countries concerning some citizens.
    In fact if you go to the various websites of EU countries Embassies, you'll find that for most people of many countries it actually only takes a day. YMMV
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