After completing the Schengen visa application procedure and finally getting the visa, the last thing you want to see is a spelling or other mistake. But these things happen, so please make sure your visa information is correct.
We recently discussed the situation when the Schengen embassy made a mistake on the client's visa sticker. Both the visa applicant and the Schengen Consulate are required to verify that all data issued in the Visa Method correspond to passport-type data contained in the bio page.
We recommend that you carefully check your entire Schengen visa when you return your passport. Do it there and then before leaving the visa center where the visa application was processed. If you order a special order, you must make sure that the information entered in the entire visa is correct. What do you really need to check? Your passport number, your first / first name and last name. Check also the dates for issuing the visa. If this is a one-way visa, make sure it's valid on the date your holiday begins. The second thing to be checked is how many days you are allowed to stay in the Schengen area – this must include the number of days you reserve your vacation
One-day Schengen visa is usually issued for 30 days. This allows one entry to the owner and covers you for only one trip.
If you find a mistake in one of these entries, you must contact the Visa Center immediately by e-mail or telephone. The best way is to have them directly with your passport. Ask them to solve the problem as soon as possible.
If this problem was found to another client, the consulate did not have time to correct the mistake in the surname, as their holiday should begin three days after the visa was issued. Improving your mistake will take at least five days if you do this through a visa center, as they usually take the passport to the consulate the next day, the second day they issue a new visa, and on the third day it will be returned to the visa center.
What you can do even if you have time, you can go straight to the consulate. They can issue a new visa for you and then on the same day.
So what happens if you do not make mistakes in correcting your visa? Well, it depends on a few things. For example, if the consulate says your name or surname is misspelled – one or two false stars, this may not be a big deal, and it's likely to be normal (if you have time, contact the consulate and get the visa changed!) But if you see that the visa is showing a completely different name or passport number, you will certainly not be able to travel such a visa. The same applies to false dates: the customs officer of a Schengen State does not want to hear his explanations as to why the dates printed do not match the actual dates.
Also keep in mind that spelling cards will definitely make a customs officer questioning you as an error, usually showing false documents.