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Decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on visa exemption for the nationals of the Islamic Republic of Iran, holding ordinary passports

The Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Decision on visa exemption for the nationals of the Islamic Republic of Iran, holding ordinary passports.
Under the Decision, the nationals of the Islamic Republic of Iran can enter, transit through and stay in the territory of the Republic of Serbia without a visa, during a period not exceeding 30 days from the date of entry, within period of one year. The Decision entered into force on 2 September 2017.
 


RELAXATION OF THE MONTENEGRO VISA REGIME

(Commencing on 18. March 2015.)

1. According to the latest relaxation of the Montenegro Visa Regime all foreign nationals, including Iranian citizens, bearers of valid national passports may enter, transit and reside in the Montenegro WITHOUT PREVIOUSLY OBTAINING AN ENTRY VISA under the condition that they posses:
a) valid SCHENGEN VISA
b) valid UNITED STATES OF AMERICA visa
c) valid UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND
    NORTHERN IRELAND visa
d) valid IRISH REPUBLIC visa

Period of stay: up to 30 days within a period of six (6) months or within the validity period of visas mentioned under a), b), c) and d).

Applicants holding SINGLE ENTRY VISAS may enter Montenegro ONLY ON THEIR WAY to the a), b), c), or d) visa issuing country.

2. According to the latest relaxation of the Montenegro Visa Regime bearers of valid AZERBAIJAN national passports may enter, transit and reside in Montenegro WITHOUT PREVIOUSLY OBTAINING AN ENTRY VISA.

Period of stay: up to 90 days within a period of six (6) months.

EXEMPTIONS: Relaxation of the Montenegro Visa Regime DOES NOT APPLY to foreign nationals, bearers of Laissez-Passe (Emergency Travel Document) or other travel documents issued in accordance with international conventions.

It is recommendable to contact the Embassy if in doubt or to ascertain the level or Serbian Visa Regime relaxation applicable in each individual case.   
 

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RELAXATION OF THE SERBIAN VISA REGIME

(Commencing on 8. November 2014.)

1. According to the latest relaxation of the Serbian Visa Regime all foreign nationals, including Iranian citizens, bearers of valid national passports may enter, transit and reside in the Republic of Serbia WITHOUT PREVIOUSLY OBTAINING AN ENTRY VISA under the condition that they posses:
a) a valid SCHENGEN VISA
b) a valid national visa of any EU member state
c) a valid UNITED KINGDOM visa
d) a valid UNITED STATES OF AMERICA visa

Period of stay in Serbia: up to 90 days within a period of six (6) months or within the validity period of visas mentioned under a), b), c) and d).

Applicants holding SINGLE ENTRY VISAS may enter Serbia ONLY ON THEIR WAY to the a), b), c), or d) visa issuing country.

2. According to the latest relaxation of the Serbian Visa Regime all foreign nationals, including Iranian citizens, bearers of valid national passports may enter, transit and reside in the Republic of Serbia WITHOUT PREVIOUSLY OBTAINING AN ENTRY VISA under the condition that they posses A VALID RESIDENCE PERMIT in:
a) any member country within the SCHENGEN ZONE
b) any member state of the EUROPEAN UNION
c) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Period of stay in Serbia: up to 90 days within a period of six (6) months.

EXEMPTIONS: Relaxation of the Serbian Visa Regime DOES NOT APPLY to foreign nationals, bearers of Laissez-Passe (Emergency Travel Document) or other travel documents issued in accordance with international conventions.

It is recommendable to contact the Embassy if in doubt or to ascertain the level or Serbian Visa Regime relaxation applicable in each individual case.   


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