Bosnia & Herzegovina Visa – Visa & Passport Requirements for U.S. Citizens

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Before traveling to any other country in the world, you should always double-check that you have all of the appropriate paperwork. Though a Bosnia and Herzegovina visa (tourist visa, business visa, or visitor visa) is not necessary for all US citizens visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina, you will be needed to present a landing card if arriving via an international airport. The airline that you are flying with will issue you with this card.

Passport Validity

Additionally, you’ll want to check that your official United States passport is valid for at least 90 days after your journey begins. Additionally, ensure that your passport contains sufficient blank visa pages to accommodate any stamps or stickers that may be required upon your arrival. The majority of experts advocate keeping at least two completely blank pages for this purpose.

Finally, you’ll want to carefully review your trip plan to ensure that any countries you’ll be visiting before arriving in Bosnia Herzegovina do not require a new passport or visa.

You can easily apply for a new passport, renew an existing one, receive additional visa blank pages, or complete any other important activity by using expedited passport services in your area.

Information on Bosnia & Herzegovina Embassies and Consulates

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of Bosnia & Herzegovina in Washington DC
2109 E Street NW
District of Columbia, 20037
United States
Consulate General of Bosnia & Herzegovina in
500 North Michigan Ave, Suite 750
Chicago,  IL 60611
United States

More information about Bosnia & Herzegovina

Capital Sarajevo
Currency Convertible mark(BAM)
Language Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian
Electricity Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type F
Country Code 1+387
Time Zone


Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
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