Bosnia-and-Herzegovina visa

General Conditions for the Issuance of Visas As an attachment to the visa application, an alien must submit:

  1. a) A travel document,
  2. b) A color photograph, size 35 x 45 mm, showing faithfully the holder of the travel document of the photographed person,
  3. c) Documentation which verifies the purpose of their stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina, secured accommodations and funds for living expenses in Bosnia and Herzegovina, their means of travel, intention to return to their country of origin or the ability to enter a third country,
  4. d) Proof of payment of consular fees.

Minors and other persons not of working age:

(1) A legal representative or guardian shall submit an application for the issuance of a visa in the case of individuals who are under age or not of the working age, and they shall attach the following to the application: – a birth certificate or any other appropriate document for the underage alien, provided that his/her parents are the legal representatives, or – the decision of a competent authority on adoption or guardianship.

(2) For aliens described in Paragraph 1 of this Article traveling without the accompaniment of their legal representative, a certified consent from the legal representative or guardian must be attached to the visa application and it must contain the following: – personal information about the legal representative or guardian, – the purpose of their stay, – the period for which the consent is issued, – the signature of the legal representative or guardian.

With Bosnia and Herzegovina Visa, please feel free to contact for:

+ Consulting all visa requirements, condition, the duration of visa

+ Collecting and assessing all documents to apply

+ Performing all application form, administrative procedures on behalf of client

+ Supporting notarization and translation

+ Representing client to submit documents to competent authority

+ Following and informing the result to client

+ Representing client to get visa at Embassy/Consulate.


Bosnia & Herzegovina

Holders of passports of the following jurisdictions including resident stateless persons and refugees, may enter and stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina for up to 90 days within 180 days without a visa (unless otherwise noted)


All EU citizens1 Iceland Qatar
Albania1 Israel Russia (30 days)
Andorra Japan Saint Kitts and Nevis
Antigua and Barbuda Kiribati Saint Lucia
Argentina Kuwait Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Azerbaijan Liechtenstein1 Samoa
Australia Macau San Marino1
Bahamas Macedonia Serbia1
Bahrain Malaysia Seychelles
Barbados Marshall Islands Singapore
Brazil Mauritius Solomon Islands
Brunei Mexico South Korea
Canada Micronesia Switzerland1
Chile Moldova Taiwan
China Monaco1 Timor-Leste
Colombia Montenegro1 Tonga
Costa Rica New Zealand Trinidad and Tobago
Dominica Nicaragua Turkey
EL Salvador Norway Tuvalu
Georgia Oman Ukraine (30 days)
Grenada Palau United Arab Emirates
Guatemala Panama United States
Holy See Paraguay Uruguay
Honduras Peru Vanuatu
Hong Kong Venezuela


1 – May enter using a national ID Card (including Irish passport card) for a stay of up to 90 days per 180 day period

The maximum stay is granted within 6months (2 months to citizens of Russia and Ukraine)

Substitute visas

Valid multiple entry visa holders and residents of the European Union, Schengen Area member states, and United States of America can enter Bosnia and Herzegovina without a visa for a maximum stay of 30 days.  This is not applicable to holders of Kosovan passport.