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Visa D

II VISA D (Long-term visa)

Long-term visa is a permission to enter and stay in the territory of the Republic of Serbia between 90 and 180 days.  Visa D is issued to a foreigner who, in accordance with the visa regime for entry into the Republic of Serbia requires a visa, and who in the Republic of Serbia intends to apply for a temporary stay.
U.S. citizens who intend to apply for temporary stay in the Republic of Serbia do not need to apply for a D visa (long-term visa) but need to apply for a temporary stay directly upon arrival in the Republic of Serbia. Details regarding the temporary stay can be found here. This also applies to citizens of other countries who do not require a visa to enter the Republic of Serbia.

A foreigner who enters the Republic of Serbia without a visa on the basis of permanent residence in the United States (green card) or on the basis of a valid U.S. visa, can not apply for temporary stay; it is necessary to first apply for a D visa (long-term visa) which allows for the regulation of temporary stay upon arrival in the Republic of Serbia.

Required documents for visa D:

Valid passport (passport must be valid for a minimum of three months after the intended date of departure from the Republic of Serbia, with at least two consecutive blank pages).
Completed Visa Application Form (Form must be filled out clearly, in printed letters; the applicant must fill all columns/questions and state correct residential address in USA – no P.O. Box is acceptable.  For minor children the form is filled and signed by their parents).
Photo (Size 3,5 cm x 4,5 cm)
Proof of residence in the USA (photocopy of Green Card, Working Permit, Student’s Visa);  Entry visa to the country to which you are traveling. If visa is not required for that country, other proof of stay in said country is required.
Proof of the purpose and reasons for staying in the Republic of Serbia (see below which documents need to be submitted depending on the basis on which the temporary stay is required).
Health insurance for the period of stay in Serbia.
Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia (50 euros per day in Serbia). It is considered to be cash, an extract from a bank account or a bank receipt on account transactions for the last three months.
Stamped, self-addressed return envelope with pre-paid return postage (envelope is not required if applying in person at the Consulate General).
Reasons for stay in Serbia and required documents:

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