Applying for a Schengen visa for an onsite interview in Amsterdam (Booking.com).

New VDjw37
Jul 11 8 Comments

I am applying for a Schengen visa from India.
From the documents required for the visa, an NOC document from the current employer seems to be important.
How do I obtain an NOC from my current employer without informing them my purpose of visit ?
If I tell them that I am going for travel, they will probably add that to the NOC letter as the reason, which will contradict my invitation letter.

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  • Booking.com wjYH53
    Yups
    No NOC required.
    Jul 12 1
    • New zojw37
      Ok, do I require a formal letter of leave from my current employer, or is even that not needed ?
      Jul 12
  • Deloitte
    bananafone

    Deloitte

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    Deloitte
    bananafonemore
    I mean, is your current employer actually sending you to Amsterdam to work and having you commit to coming back afterwards? If not, they probably won’t because they have exactly zero need to and it’s not their job to facilitate your leaving...?
    Jul 11 0
  • New / IT kbnW66
    Just tell your employer that you are travelling for tourism. That's what I do.
    Jul 11 1
    • New / IT kbnW66
      And ofcourse apply for a tourist visa
      Jul 11
  • Microsoft PHxo87
    Have them send a letter of invitation to the embassy in India where you plan to apply. I remember doing that for my interview with Google in Zurich. This was many many years back though.
    Jul 11 1
    • New zojw37
      I do have a letter of invitation addressed to the embassy in India.
      But from what I have read online for the visa process, I also need an NOC from my current employer, which is where I am facing this issue.
      Jul 11
  • Booking.com / IT
    deVil2104

    Booking.com IT

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    Ola
    deVil2104more
    You don't need that noc. I applied without it
    Jul 12 0