How to Apply for Montenegro Visa from London, UK

Procedure to apply for a Montenegro visa

To ensure that your passport and other travel documents satisfy their standards, check with your travel company.

  • Without a visa, visitors can enter Montenegro for up to 90 days. According to Montenegrin legislation, “stays of 90 days” are defined as 90 consecutive days within a 180-day period beginning on the date of the first admission.
  • Make sure the border guards stamp your passport with an entry stamp when you enter Montenegro. This assists in avoiding issues with confirming the duration of your stay in the nation.
  • You must apply for a temporary residence permit if you want to stay longer in Montenegro and a week before the 90-day period is up, at the latest.
  • Unless you are staying in a hotel or other commercial lodging where you will be registered immediately upon checking in, you are required by law to register with the local police or tourism organization in the town or city where you are staying within 24 hours of your arrival in Montenegro.

Document Required

  • If you are traveling to Montenegro, your passport must have been issued within the last ten years and should still be valid at least three months after the day you intend to leave the country.
  • Passport size photo
  • One fully completed and signed application form.
  • Address proof in Montenegro.
  • If you have dual citizenship, Montenegrin authorities will see you as a citizen of the country represented on the passport you used to enter the country.

What is the processing time?

  • It generally takes 3-10 working days.

What is the cost?

  • It will cost €35

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