Dutch institutions collect all relevant documents from the student/applicant and complete all visa-processing formalities directly. Then the applicant is informed that his/her visa is ready and the applicant should schedule an appointment to collect the visa and get it stamped from the Dutch embassy or their nearest Dutch consulate office. In India, the Dutch embassy is in New Delhi and consulate offices are located in Chennai, Mumbai and Bengaluru. There is no visa interview as such; the passport and identity of the applicant is verified and the visa is given to the student.
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