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I have an Iranian passport and my round trip flight from San Francisco (SFO) to Istanbul (IST) has a stop in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for eight hours.

  1. Do I need a transit visa?
  2. How is the application process and how long it generally takes to get a transit visa?
  3. Do I need to get a separate transit visa for the return flight?

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Quoting the Dutch embassy in Iran, you don't need a transit visa. (Flying out of SFO, I'm assuming you have at least a US tourist visa or a green card)

Airport transit visa:

Besides the visa mentioned above Iranian passport holders should apply for an airport transit visa if they travel via The Netherlands to a country outside the Schengen area.

Some persons are exempted:

  • Holders of a valid Schengen visa
  • Holder of valid permit of stay of a Country member of the European Union
  • Holders of a valid permit of stay issued by Andorra, Canada, Japan, San Marino or the United States
  • Holders diplomatic passports
  • Thank you for your response :) Very helpful and to the point! – user36996 Nov 9 '15 at 20:34

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