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Visa regime

Nationals of Andorra, Australia, Israel, the Republic of Iceland, Canada, the Republic of Korea, Lichtenstein, the Principality of Monaco, the Kingdom of Norway, New Zealand, the Republic of San Marino, The republic of Singapore, the United States of America, Swiss Confederation, as well as the Holy See Representatives may enter and stay in Montenegro up to 90 days, and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit, based on a valid travel document (passport).

Nationals of the Republic of Austria, the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Greece, the Kingdom of Denmark, Estonia, the Republic of Italy, the Republic of Ireland, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Lethonia, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Hungary, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Poland, Portuguese Republic, Slovak Republic, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of Finland, French Republic, the Kingdom of Holland, Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of Sweden, the Unoited kingdom of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland may enter and stay in Montenegro up to 90 days, and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit, based on a valid travel document (passport).

Nationals of the Republic of Albania, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Ukraine may enter and stay in Montenegro for tourism purposes either in individual or organized group arrangements, based on valid travel documents and without a visa, whereas upon the issued tourism passes. The tourism pass is issued by the administrative authority in charge of the State border crossing control, without any fee therefore and with the validity period of up to 30 days.

 

Nationals of the Republic of Serbia may enter and stay in Montenegro under as same conditions as Montenegrin nationals (identity card or passport is required).

Nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Macedonia and the Republic of Croatia may enter and stay in the Montenegro up to 90 days and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit, based on a valid travel document.

Any bearer of the travel document issued either by the Organization of the United Nations or by their specialized agencies may enter or stay in the Montenegro up to 90 days and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit.

Members of the Maltese Knightly Order may enter and stay in Montenegro without visas up to 90 days, and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit, based on valid travel documents.

A bearer of a special refugee travel document issued by a signatory country of the 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention, as well as of a travel document intended for stateless persons issued by a signatory country of the 1954 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of  Stateless Persons or of a travel document for foreigners, or of their equivalents,may enter and stay in the Montenegro up to 90 days and they may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit, provided that such travel document include appropriate visa or residence permit.

Pursuant to the bilateral agreements entered into for the purpose of abolition of visa requirements for the holders of diplomatic and official passports or personal passports, as well as of entering the “Official” clause theirin and of prescribing the requirements for traveling of nationals, the nationals of such countries may enter and stay in Montenegro and use the territory of Montenegro as transit in harmony with such agreements. 
 
Nationals of the Republic of Albania, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Turkey and the Republic of Ukraine having the residence permits valid in the European Union member countries and in the Schengen Agreement and the Swiss Confederation countries may use the territory of Montenegro as a transit over the 5-day period as of the moment of their entrance.

A holder of valid diplomatic and official passport or personal passport, being accredited with the former Diplomatic Protocol of the Ministry of External Affairs of Montenegro or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro or whose passport bears the imprint of the former Ministry of External Affairs of Montenegro seal or to whom a special Identity Card was issued, may enter Montenegro without a visa. Visas issued by diplomatic or Consular Missions in Montenegro are valid until the expiration of their respective validity periods.

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