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I was issued a Schengen visa for 90 days validity with multiple entry. Initially I planned for tourism to France and Switzerland and accordingly I have written the purpose as tourism only and I will be travelling as well for a week and coming back to India. First I am using for tourism for one week and travelling back to India.

Now, I also need to travel again to Schengen area to the same countries for business purpose for one week again. Can I use the same visa or do I need to get a new one?

marked as duplicate by Henning Makholm, David Richerby, Willeke Jun 29 at 14:27

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  • Why would you need to reapply if you have a multiple entry visa that you have / will have used for the originally stated purpose and that is valid for all your intended travel dates? – Traveller Jun 29 at 9:19
  • @Traveller OP's originally stated purpose was tourism, they now want to make a second trip for a different purpose - business. OP is concerned that the visa may be valid for tourism only. – RedGrittyBrick Jun 29 at 10:17
  • Connected question, seems asked by the same person.travel.stackexchange.com/questions/141192/… – Willeke Jun 29 at 11:49
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    Note that "visa" is just an ordinary word and doesn't need to be written all in caps. – David Richerby Jun 29 at 14:19