What are the different visas in Serbia you should know about if you plan on coming to this Balkan country?

Serbia is an amazing country to move to if you are looking for a change in your life. Serbia has many things to offer and is situated in a very attractive part of Europe, that many people do not think about. When thinking about immigration, Serbia mostly does not come in the top 5 countries to consider, however, there are many opportunities to explore, and obtaining a visa is fairly easy. Let’s find out whats are types of visas in Serbia.

In 2014, the Republic of Serbia adopted a new law on visa-free entry to the Republic of Serbia. The holders of passports from countries in the Schengen zone, the UK, or from the EU can stay to Serbia visa-free for up to 90 days during six months.

And for those who are not from the countries cited above, easy solutions to enquire about visas exist.

There are multiple visas in Serbia you can ask for:

  • Visa C, for a short, stay of up to 90 days.

There are ideal visas for tourism purposes, school trips or business meetings. They cost 60 Euros. If the Serbian administration issues your short-stay visa, you must pay an extra €2 for your visa sticker.

  • Visa D for a long-term stay between 90 and 180 days.

They generally serve as a working visa or study visas. They cost 30 Euros. If the authorities of Serbia issue your visa, you must make the payment of €2 for your visa sticker.

Application can be done online. Issuing the D visa takes up to from 5 to 25 working days.

Here are some steps to ask for the visa of your preference:

You will need:

– A valid passport (must be valid at least 90 days from the issue date of visa)

– A letter of invitation for a private or business visit that you can find online, as well as a letter for a tourist trip if you are concerned. 

– a completed visa application form you can find online. 

– a photo (size 35cm x 45 cm)

– a return ticket or itinerary if you travel by plane.

– proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia 

– any international health insurance 

– visa fee.

– for Indian passport holders a PCC (if possible)

bank account balance

– a return ticket

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