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Comandante N'Zaji 25/27, Alvalade
LUANDA
REPUBLICA DE ANGOLA

 
Phone: (+244) 222321421, 222327240, 222320393 Directions/Map
Fax:     (+244) 222321724 Jurisdiction
E-mail:srb.emb.angola@mfa.rs Honorary Consuls
web:  http://www.luanda.mfa.gov.rs  

 


 
TRAVEL TO SERBIA

 

 

The exemption of visa requirements for holders of foreign passports with the valid Schengen visa, visa of the Great Britain, as well as the visas of other countries members of European Union, or with the valid visa of USA


Holders of foreign passports with the valid Schengen visa, visa of the Great Britain, as well as the visas of other countries members of European Union, or with the valid visa of  USA, can travel to the Republic of Serbia without a visa, and stay in Serbia 90 days in the period of 6 months. Furthermore, holders of foreign passports who have residence permit in the countries of Schengen zone, countries members of European Union, or USA can travel in the Republic of Serbia without a visa, and stay in Serbia 90 days in the period of 6 months.

Visa application processing times

Visa applications may be submitted to the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia, in person or by mail, up to 3 (three) months before travel and no later than 4 (four) weeks before travel.

 

TYPES OF VISAS
1) Short-Term Visa (Category C Visa)
2) Long-Term Visa (Category D Visa)

VISA C – Transit and short stay in Serbia up to 90 days

Visa C is issued for transit and short stay purposes, including tourism, business or other travel needs, and may be valid for a single, double or multiple entries into Serbia.

The duration of an uninterrupted stay, and/or the total duration of successive visits of a foreigner with a short stay visa cannot exceed 90 days within a period of six months (180 days), which begins on the day of the first entry.

VISA C REQUIREMENTS:

1.    Valid passport (passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the intended date of departure from the Republic of Serbia, contain at least two consecutive blank pages and be issued in the last 10 years);

2.    Invitation letter:

o   for a private visit – invitation letter from a relative or a friend from Serbia, certified by the relevant authority of the Republic of Serbia;

o   for a business visit – invitation letter from the company in Serbia, stating nature of the business, expected duration of the visit and the name and address of the company or institution you are visiting, as well as a letter from an Australian company which you are representing;

o   for tourism – proof of payment for the trip/organised tour, issued by a travel agent. 

o   for transit – entry visa/entry permit for your next destination country. If visa for that country is not required, other supporting documents relating to the purpose of visit.

3.    Completed visa application form (PDF) (form must be filled out clearly, in printed letters; the applicant must fill all columns/questions and state correct residential address – no P.O. Box is acceptable);

4.    Photo (size 3.5x4.5cm);

5.    Return ticket or Itinerary (copy of Driver License and Insurance if travelling by car);

6.    Proof of residence in Angola (if you are not a citizen, eg. visa grant letter);

7.    Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia (eg. Bank statement, Credit Card statement, Traveller Cheques. Allow 50.00 EUROS per day);

8.    Health insurance;

9.    Visa fee its 62 €;

10.  Self-addressed return envelope with pre-paid return postage.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia reserves the right to request additional documentation, as required.

VISA D – Extended stay from 90 to 180 days

For travel longer than 90 days and up to 180 days, an extended stay visa D is required. Visa D may be issued under the following categories, and must be supported by documentary evidence, including:

  • EMPLOYMENT: (a) business registration; (b) employment contract, business agreement, sporting engagement or other documents as proof of work engagement of the visa applicant.
  • EDUCATION, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, SPECIALISATION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: (a) proof of enrolment in an accredited educational institution; (b) registration certificate; (c) confirmation letter of professional development/specialisation; (d) registration certificate and agreement with scientific-research organisation; etc.
  • FAMILY REUNION (where one spouse is a citizen of the Republic of Serbia): (a) Marriage certificate, not older than 6 months; (b) in case of de-facto relationships, single status certificate and statutory declarations of partners and two witnesses regarding their marriage like relationship, proof of same address; relationship registration certificate, birth certificate of mutual children if any; etc.
  • RELIGIOUS WORKER: (a) church/religious community registration certificate; (b) employment agreement or letter from the religious institution; etc.
  • MEDICAL TREATMENT: (a) health institution/hospital registration; (b) health institution letter stipulating place, type and period of treatment; (c) health insurance provider letter; etc.
  • REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP: (a) Certificate of Title; (b) signed Contract of Sale; (c) Deed of gift; (d) Inheritance court decision; etc.

VISA D REQUIREMENTS:

1.    Valid passport (passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the intended date of departure from the Republic of Serbia, contain at least two consecutive blank pages and be issued in the last 10 years);

2.    Completed visa application form (PDF) (form must be filled out clearly, in printed letters; the applicant must fill all columns/questions and state correct residential address – no P.O. Box is acceptable);

3.    2 photos (size 3.5x4.5cm);

4.    Return ticket or Itinerary (copy of International Driving License, Title and  Insurance if you travel by car);

5.    Supporting documents for extended stay in Serbia (as per the list above);

6.    Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia;

7.    Proof of accommodation in Serbia (eg. Bank statement, Credit Card statement, Traveller Cheques. Allow 50.00 EUROS per day);

8.    Health insurance;

9.    Visa fee its 32 €;

10.  Self-addressed return envelope with pre-paid return postage.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia reserves the right to request additional documentation, as required.

Important information:

• For visa processing time allow a minimum of four weeks as all visa applications are assessed and approved by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Serbia.
• Travellers who are citizens of the Republic Serbia are advised to enter Serbia with a valid Serbian passport.
• Minor children travelling with one parent requires the written and certified consent of the non travelling parent. In the case of a minors travelling with third parties, written consent of both parents is required.
• Foreign nationals are required to register their place of stay (with their hosts) at the local Police Station (Ministry of Internal Affairs) within 24 hours upon arrival in Serbia. 
• Foreigners may bring in an unlimited amount of foreign currency to Serbia, however all amounts over 10.000 EUROS must be declared at the border and a receipt issued. Upon leaving the country, the amount of cash they carry out cannot exceed the amount on the receipt.

For further information on travel to Serbia, please refer to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia website

You can pay the consular fee for all types of services in cash at the Embassy counter, by bank check or money order with an indication for "the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia", as well as to the bank account of the Embassy.

 

Embassy`s bank account details:

Bank:BCI - BANCO DE COMERCIO E INDUSTRIA, LUANDA

Account title: Embassy of the Republic of Serbia

 

Account number: 8148 11 5002

 

SWIFT CODE: BCIDAOLU or BCIDAOLUXXX

VISA Applications

For Gabonese citizens, a visa costs 102

For citizens of Equatorial Guinea, a visa costs 62

 


 
 
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