A Schengen visa is an authorization that permits travelers to enter the Schengen area for short-term stays or transit, as long as they do not exceed 90 days within a 180-day period.

The visa is issued by the embassy or consulate of one of the countries in the Schengen area. To be eligible for a Schengen visa, you must demonstrate sufficient financial resources to travel and stay in the Schengen zone. Additionally, you must not pose a threat to public order, national security, or public health in any of the Schengen zone countries. The Schengen visa permits free entry and passage through Schengen member countries without border control or customs requirements.

However, it does not allow any work activities.

A Schengen visa is an authorization that permits travelers to enter the Schengen area for short-term stays or transit, as long as they do not exceed 90 days within a 180-day period.

The visa is issued by the embassy or consulate of one of the countries in the Schengen area. To be eligible for a Schengen visa, you must demonstrate sufficient financial resources to travel and stay in the Schengen zone. Additionally, you must not pose a threat to public order, national security, or public health in any of the Schengen zone countries. The Schengen visa permits free entry and passage through Schengen member countries without border control or customs requirements.

However, it does not allow any work activities.