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WHAT YOU NEED IN ORDER TO

visit the European Union and Slovenia

To visit the European Union and Slovenia, you need a valid passport and, in most cases, a visa as well.

If you are visiting Slovenia on a visa, you will be allowed to move freely around Slovenia and other EU countries that are the signatories to the Schengen Agreement for up to 90 days.

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VALID PASSPORT

In order to enter the European Union, certain countries only require a valid passport, issued in the last 10 years in the country of origin, which is valid for three more months after your departure from Slovenia. Below, you find the countries whose citizens need only a passport to arrive in the Republic of Slovenia.

Albania – up to 90 days

Israel – up to 90 days

Romania – up to 90 days

Andorra – up to 90 days

Japan – up to 90 days

Samoa – up to 90 days

Antigua and Barbuda – up to 90 days

Canada – up to 90 days

Seychelles – up to 90 days

Aruba – up to 90 days

Colombia – up to 90 days

San Marino – up to 90 days

Australia – up to 90 days

Costa Rica – up to 90 days

Serbia – up to 90 days

The Bahamas – up to 90 days

Macedonia – up to 90 days

St. Kitts and Nevis – up to 90 days

Bulgaria – up to 90 days

Malaysia – up to 90 days

St. Vincent and the Grenadines – up to 90 days

Bosnia and Herzegovina – up to
90 days

Mexico – tourists up to 90 days,
business travel up to 30 days

St. Lucia – up to 90 days

Brazil – up to 90 days

Malaysia – up to 90 days

Timor – Leste – up to 90 days

Chile – up to 90 days

Mauritius – up to 90 days

Tonga – up to 90 days

Montenegro – up to 90 days

Moldova – up to 90 days

Trinidad and Tobago – up to 90 days

Dominica – up to 90 days

Monaco – up to 90 days

Uruguay – up to 90 days

Grenada – up to 90 days

Nicaragua – up to 90 days

Vanuatu – up to 90 days

Georgia – up to 90 days (applies only to
holders of biometric passports)

Netherlands Antilles – up to 90 days

Ukraine – up to 90 days (applies only to
holders of biometric passports)

As the list of the countries is changing, we also provide you with a link , where you can promptly find out whether you are on the list of countries whose citizens can enter the European Union only with a valid passport.

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VISA

A visa is a document that you need as a citizen of a non-EU country in order to enter Slovenia or one of the EU countries that does not have a signed agreement with the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union that you can stay in the European Union and Slovenia without a visa. If you are not on the above list, you need a visa. Since the list of the countries is changing, we also provide you with a link, where you can promptly find out whether you are on the list of countries whose citizens can enter the European Union only with a valid passport or whether you also need a visa.

With a valid passport and visa, you can enter the European Union and Slovenia. The question is how to obtain a visa. Visas are issued by embassies and consulates of the Republic of Slovenia. In most cases, they are arranged by travel agencies for the travels of their guests (tourist visa). If you authorize us to establish a company in Slovenia on your behalf, we will check whether you need a visa to arrive to Slovenia and, if necessary, we will provide you with appropriate “letters of guarantee” so that you can obtain a visa at the appropriate consulate for your arrival in the European Union and Slovenia.

1. Airport Transit SCHENGEN VISA A

Visa A is used for airport transit. It allows the holder to travel through the international airport area of a Schengen country without entering the Schengen area. The airport transit visa is mandatory for citizens traveling from one “non-Schengen” country to another “non-Schengen” country by changing flights at an airport of a Schengen country.

2. Short-stay SCHENGEN VISA C for staying in Slovenia for up to 90 days

Visa C is a permit for entry and a short stay in a country (up to 90 days). The application for the visa is to be submitted to that Schengen country which is the main destination of the travel (at its embassy or consulate). In case of exceptional circumstances preventing the holder from returning to the country of origin, the visa C may also be extended. In the given cases, we are talking about a business visa and a tourist visa. See the following link for the exact terms for obtaining a visa..

3. Long-stay NATIONAL VISA D for staying in Slovenia from 90 days to 1 year

Visa D is a permit to enter and stay in the country for no less than 90 days and no more than one year. Third-country nationals who belong to one of the categories defined in Article 20 of the Aliens Act (family members of the citizens of Slovenia, students, athletes ...) can apply for it.

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