Select a visa category below to find the visa issuance fee, number of entries, and validity period for visas issued to applicants from this country*/area of authority.
Visa Classification: The type of nonimmigrant visa you are applying for.
Fee: The reciprocity fee, also known as the visa issuance fee, you must pay. This fee is in addition to the nonimmigrant visa application fee (MRV fee).
Number of Entries: The number of times you may seek entry into the United States with that visa. "M" means multiple times. If there is a number, such as "One", you may apply for entry one time with that visa.
Validity Period: This generally means the visa is valid, or can be used, from the date it is issued until the date it expires, for travel with that visa. If your Validity Period is 60 months, your visa will be valid for 60 months from the date it is issued.
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Available. Birth (Izpisek iz maticnega registra o rojstvu) and Death Certificates (Izpisek iz maticnega registra o smrti) are available from the civil registrar (Maticar) at any of Administrative Unit (Upravna Enota) office in the country. The first certificate of birth or death is free, but subsequent copies require payment of a small fee. Individuals may also request the international version of the certificate which is issued in Slovene, English and six other languages. Applicants and their authorized representatives may apply for all certificates in person or by mail, or online, if no fee is required.
Available. Marriage (Izpisek iz maticnega registra o sklenjeni zakonski zvezi) certificates are available from the civil registrar (Maticar) at any of Administrative Unit (Upravna Enota) office in the country. The first certificate of marriage is free, but subsequent copies require payment of a small fee. Individuals may also request the international version of the certificate which is issued in Slovene, English and six other languages. Applicants and their authorized representatives may apply for all certificates in person or by mail, or online, if no fee is required. For marriages, only civil marriages are legal and marriage by proxy is not permitted.
Same-sex marriage is not legally recognized in Slovenia.
Available. The civil registrar of any Administrative Unit will issue a certificate (Samski List) stating that the applicant is free to marry and that there are no legal impediments to the marriage.
Available. Copies of divorce judgments are available from the Family Law Division of the District Court (Družinski oddelek okrožnega sodišca) which decided the case. Only a divorce certificate obtained through a civil court is a legal document.
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Available. While Slovenes are not required by law to carry the identity card, the cards are proof of citizenship and permanent residence, so most Slovenes have one. The identity card contains the applicant's photograph, date and place of birth, permanent address, personal identification number, registry number, and signature. Applicants must apply in person for an identity card at any Administrative Unit (Upravna Enota) office in the country. In emergency cases, such as an urgent business trip, personal medical treatment, or the death or illness of a close relative, one can also apply for an identity card at the Ministry of Interior.
Available. Individuals may obtain a Certificate of No Criminal Record (Potrdilo o nekaznovanosti) from the Criminal Records Office (Kazenska evidenca) within the Ministry of Justice (Ministrstvo za Pravosodje), Zupanciceva 3, 1000 Ljubljana. Individuals may also obtain a Certificate of No Current Penal Proceedings (Potrdilo da oseba ni v kazenskem postopku) issued by the County Court (Okrajno sodišce) with jurisdiction over their place of residence. Immigrant visa applicants should request both documents along with certified English translations.
Available. A statement of the time spent in a criminal institution and the relevant charges can be obtained from the Department for the Execution of Penal Sanctions (Služba za izvrševanje kazenskih sankcij) within the Ministry of Justice (Ministrstvo za Pravosodje).
Available. The branch office of the Department of Defense (Uprava za Obrambo) located in the applicant's municipality will issue a Certificate of Military Service (Potrdilo o služenju vojaškega roka). Applicants must apply in person.
Slovenia started to issue machine-readable passports with digital photos and dark red covers on March 1, 2001. In August 2006, Slovenia began issuing an e-passport with a chip that contains the biographic data as well as the digital image of the bearer. The biometric passports bear a red cover, but are distinguishable from non-biometric passports by the ICAO-mandated e-passport symbol on the front. Slovenia also issues dual-language passports in both Hungarian and Italian to its citizens who are members of those ethnic minorities. The format and security features of these documents are identical to the non-dual-language versions, except that all text, including that on the cover, is written in both Slovene and the other language.
Nonimmigrant and Immigrant visas for all of Slovenia. Residents of Slovenia may also apply for NIVs in Zagreb, if physically present in Croatia.