Get Your Slovenia Schengen Visa in 7 Days

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Slovenia is a fantastic destination in Europe offering great value for your money. It shares a border with Switzerland and boasts stunning landscapes, but before you embark on your journey, it’s crucial to obtain a Slovenia Schengen visa.

If you are a citizen of a country that need to get a Slovenia Schengen visa, then this article is for you.

In short, the easiest way to get your Slovenia visa approved is to follow the below steps in order:


At any point if you need help, then you can use our Slovenia visa consultation service to help you.

Since we give advice on Schengen visas every day, we are always up-to-date on the visa process. This gives us the unique benefit of knowing the latest visa process, which will make it much faster and less likely to have mistakes that cause the visa to be rejected.

Are you sure you need a Schengen visa from the Slovenia Consulate?

No this is not a silly question. If you are visiting Slovenia, Spain & Italy all of them are Schengen countries, so where will you apply for your Schengen visa ?. The answer would be :

  • Which country are you spending most of your trip in ?
  • If equal number of days, then which country are you entering first ?


If the answer to any of the above is Slovenia, then you need to get an Slovenia Schengen visa.

What are the types of Slovenia Schengen visa that I need to apply for ?

The type of visa you need depends on your purpose of travel & duration. These can be categorized as :

  • Slovenia Transit Visa : If you are having a layover in one of the airports of Slovenia, then you may need to get a transit visa.
  • Slovenia Tourist Visa : Want to backpack across the Alps of Slovenia? Then you can get a tourist visa for a maximum period of 90 days.
  • Slovenia Visitor visa : This visa if for those who have a relative or friend who is living in Slovenia.
  • Slovenia Business visa : If you are attending any trade fair, meeting clients or engaging in any business related activity you need a business visa.
  • Slovenia Diplomat visa : for official visits of national delegations or government officials.
  • Slovenia Medical visa : If you want to get some surgery or medical treatment in Slovenia.
  • Slovenia Student Visa : Enrolling in a university in Slovenia. Then you can get a student visa or study visa.
  • Slovenia visa for Sports, Film Crew : If you are attending any football event or shooting a movie ? then you need to get a culture visa.
  • Slovenia Spouse Visa : If you want to join your spouse who either is a citizen or has a work permit in Slovenia.

So look at the list and determine the type of Slovenia Schengen visa you must get . The next section we will book a Schengen visa appointment, so keep yours and your co-applicants passports ready.

How do I book an appointment for Slovenia Schengen Visa?

It is very important that you book your visa appointment ASAP as without this step your whole travel plan can be ruined.

Without an appointment, All your flight, hotel and travel itinerary is going to be useless when you are planning a trip and then you hear no appointment slots are currently available VFSGlobal.

The consulate releases appointments for the next 3 months at a time, you can schedule your appointment at that time. Also, you need to get a separate appointment for each co-applicant, so better keep their details ready.

If there are no Schengen visa appointments available, then get in touch with us and we will help you with alternative methods.

Where to book an appointment for Slovenia Schengen visa ?

You can get an appointment for your visa online. But because the link to get an appointment depends on your location, we cannot share a common link and you need to check yourself.

You will need to get an appointment with either the Schengen consulate or with any of the third party visa processing companies such as VFSGlobal or BLSS Spain. Or you can use other 3rd party services to get appointments for you.

Can I get one appointment for my whole family ?

No, Each individual applicant must have one single appointment for each family member . On the VFSGlobal portal, one account can book upto 5 Schengen visa Appointments. But dates for everyone to get the appointment on the same day might not be possible.

What details should I enter book the appointment?

We will need your name, passport number, expiration date passport issue date, etc. You can either type this information in or send us a photo of your passport, and we will take care of that for you.

From one country to the next, the consulate requires different information. So we will be in touch with you for additional information.

When you book an appointment you will get an ARN (appointment reference number ) take a printout of it to submit it as part of your visa documentation.

To know more about Schengen visa appointments, visit here.

Documents needed for Slovenia Schengen visa

The next step is to prepare the documents required for your Slovenia visa and there depend on several factors such as type of visa, age of the applicant & work status.

In summary the minimum documents you need for Schengen visa are:

Additionally, the documents needed depends on an applicants work status so these documents may need to be provided as well.

  • Employment contract
  • Copy of latest bank statements of atleast 6 months. These needs to be signed by the bank.
  • Leave approval letter from your company.
  • Income tax Returns (ITR ) forms.
  • A copy of your business registration like Tax or Company TIN or PAN
  • Copy of latest bank statements of atleast 6 months. These needs to be signed by the bank
  • Latest Income tax Proofs (ITR)
  •  Proof of Enrollment
  • No objection certificate from School or college.
  • A copy of your pension order for last 6 months
  •  Bank statements signed by the bank.

Birth certificate of the minor travelling to Slovenia.
Slovenia Visa application form signed by both parents.
Family court order. In cases where only one parent has full custody of the child.
Certified copies of ID/passport of both parents
Consent from the Guardianship Authority. If the minor will be travelling with only one parent, or alone with another person

  • Any other proof of regular income such as rental certificate.

You will also need to submit additional documents based on the type of visa that you are applying for.

Additional Documents for Slovenia Tourist Visa

Additional Documents for Slovenia Business Visa

  • An invitation letter from the company that is inviting you to Europe.
  • A leave approval letter from your current employer stating both the approval of your leave/travel as well as reason for your travel.
  • Business Bank Statement of the last 6 months.
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA) copy of the original certificate.
  • Trade licensing Approval (if any)
  • Proof of Trip Sustenance : A clear letter from the employer stating who is responsible of the expenses of the trip. If the payment is done to the employee and the employee will be reimbursed later. It needs to be mentioned in the letter.

Additional documents for Slovenia Medical Visa

  • Evidence of payment for therapy (if any)
  • A letter from your own nation’s hospital declaring the necessity for treatment in the visiting country.
  • Letter of support for the treatment (if any)
  • Appointment with a hospital in a foreign country (if any)
  • A letter from the Ministry of Health indicating that they would cover your costs (if any)

Additional documents for Slovenia Student Visa

  • Evidence of enrollment in the institution
  • Certificate of no objection from your current college

Additional Documents for Slovenia Visitor Visa

The visitor visa format will be as follows:

  • An invitation letter is now required in the visa requirements section.
  • If visiting and staying with friends or family in Slovenia (without financial sponsorship):Invitation letter from the host, the letter must clearly identify the host and the invitee (name, address, birth date, official identification number, occupations and permanent residence); the purpose of the visit; length of stay and accommodation status (where the invitee stays and who pays for it). Copy of the host’s passport and proof of residence.
  • If visiting and staying with friends or family in Slovenia (with financial sponsorship):If your visit is supported and paid for by a sponsor residing in Slovenia, an electronic affidavit which can be obtained by the host from the nearest aliens police in Slovenia is required.
  •  In some cases you might be asked to provide an “Electronic Guarantee Letter“. This service is free of charge and provided by the local aliens police. The authority dealing with your EVE will forward the information to the Slovenia Embassy within 48 hours. You will receive an ID-number which the visa applicant should provide at the interview.

Additional Documents for Slovenia Transit Visa

  • Flight ticket to the ultimate destination.
  • A visa to the target country is necessary (if required)

Additional Documents for Slovenia Sports, Culture Visa

  • Event Information. As:
    • Invitation letter from the relevant body in Slovenia with details upon the nature of events or activities that are to be held in Slovenia.
    • Entry tickets to the event.
    • Enrolment conditions.
    • Detailed program of the event in Slovenia.
    • Other documents that present the Names of the applicants (crew members) and other relevant information about the event.
  • Proof of previous performances. Participation in previous festivals and ceremonies (cultural, religious), sports competitions, winners certificates, proof of world/international ranking (sports).

Additional Documents for Slovenia Spouse Visa

When applying to get an Slovenia visa as the spouse of Slovenia citizen, you must provide the following additional documents:

  • Proof of Slovenia citizenship (ID card or consular card or certification of Slovenia nationality or naturalization order).
  • Slovenia marriage certificate.
  • Slovenia family record book.

You must include the following information in the visa requirements part of the letter:

  • There are two application forms.
  • Marriage certificate copy
  • Copy of Spouse’s Passport and Residence Permit

Do you need a flight ticket to apply for Slovenia Visa ? Can you use a flight itinerary ?

When applying for Slovenia Schengen visa, it is not safe to have a fully paid flight ticket, you can have a temporary booking or use a flight itinerary for visa purposes. Once your visa is approved, you can book your flight ticket.

The way we create flight itinerary for our customers is using FlightGen App and you can use the app. To know more about using flight itinerary for visa.

What does a travel itinerary mean when applying for Slovenia visa ?

A travel itinerary is a day-wise plan of what you intend to do in Slovenia if your visa is approved. This information must be included in your cover letter or visa letter which will then be used by the consulate to decide on your visa approval.

Is a cover letter needed when applying for Slovenia visa ?

Yes. A cover letter is a mandatory document when applying for Schengen visa. As per the VFS website you need to bring a cover letter during your Schengen visa appointment.

cover letter for Schengen visa

To know more about creating cover letter or visa letter for Slovenia Schengen visa.

Is the travel insurance mandatory for Schengen visa application ?

Yes. A travel insurance is mandatory for any Schengen visa application including Slovenia Schengen visa and the insurance must cover the whole travel duration.

As of 2022, this insurance must cover COVID and also provide medical coverage of atleast $50,000 & repatriation of about 1 million . Also the insurance must be 0 deductible. You can buy your insurance below.

You can get your travel insurance for less than $1 per day from visitorscoverage.com .

How to apply for Slovenia Schengen visa ?

Once you have booked your appointment and have the documents ready, it is vital that you double check your documents once more. Verify that you have provided all the flight and accommodations to the destinations mentioned in the cover letter.

Also check if the dates mentioned in the Slovenia visa application form matches with the done in your cover letter.

A cover letter is a very important document during the visa process as it is the first document that the visa officer will read and it is the only place where you can personally speak to the visa officer .

You can create cover letter for your visa application for just $5 using BlinkDocs App

Next, take two set of print outs of all the documents that you have created and arrange it in the order mentioned in the checklist.

On the day of the interview, carry with you two blue pens, a soft copy of all the documents , cash (as some visa consulates only accept cash) and be dressed formally.

You will be asked to submit your fingerprints and if any issues are found on your documentation, you will be given a few minutes to fix them and get back so do not be nervous.

If you have taken our consultation service you can ping your assigned visa expert and they will handle your queries for you.

Where to Apply for Slovenia Schengen visa ?

This would depend on your country and jurisdiction, in some countries the Slovenia embassy handles the visa applications whereas in others a third party VAC such as VFS Global , BLSS or TLS Contact may be given the authority to collect the visa application on the Slovenia consulates behalf.

So pay special attention of this fact and make sure you know who handles the visa in your city. Even if there is an embassy of Slovenia in your location they may not handle your visa application.

How long does it take to approve my Slovenia visa Application ?

From the time of your document submission it can take up to 15 working days to approve your visa. But if there are long extended holidays in between, it can take up to 25 days.

Schengen visa appointments are open for 2 months at a time, so you can apply for an Slovenia visa up to 3 months before your trip.

What is the fee for Slovenia Schengen visa ?

The fee for Slovenia Schengen visa is € 80 for adults and €40 for kids over age of 6 . Children below 6 can apply for Schengen visa for free If you are applying with VFS or BLSS, then there is a processing fee of €20 that you will need to pay with VFS or BLSS.

Who requires an Slovenia Schengen visa ?

People from EU member states, the European Economic Area (EEA), and Switzerland can enter the Slovenia without a visa.

People from other countries may need a visa in order to enter the Schengen Area or Slovenia.

Foreigners who are not from an EEA country or Switzerland and want to work or do something close to work for a short time, like an internship, always need a visa (see also “Temporary work visa”).

People from countries where visas are no longer needed because of an EU law can stay in Slovenia without a visa for up to 90 days every 180 days if they are not working.

FAQ:

Is Schengen Visa valid for Slovenia?

If you are traveling to Slovenia, you will need a Schengen Visa if you are a citizen of a non-Schengen country without a visa-free travel agreement with the area, or if you have been refused for visa-free travel.

Related links to Slovenia Schengen Visa

https://www.gov.si/en/search/?q=slovenia+schengen+visa&t=

https://www.gov.si/en/registries/services/e-visa/

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/slovenia/entry-requirements

https://www.eoiljubljana.gov.in/page/tourist-visa/

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