I applied for a schengen visa, to attend some interviews in Germany. I am a doctor, and a recruiting agency is arranging all the interviews. They provided me with an invitation letter, stating they would pay for my accommodation and expenses in Germany.
I submitted this letter with other documents; I had hotel confirmation from booked.com.
My visa was rejected due to three reasons.
- Justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not provided
- The information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable
- No proof of accommodation
What does it mean - was my invitation letter not good, or was it that the company just stated they would pay for accommodation and did not actually provide the proof of accommodation?
I can get a detailed invitation letter stating where my interviews will be, and also proof of accommodation. Is there anything else required? I'm sure no company that invites a person would give me their bank statement.
Any input will help me a lot.