Would you be planning to travel to Montenegro in the future? To visit Montenegro for up to three months, you will not need to obtain a Montenegrin visa. Although a visa is not required, you must register with the Montenegrin police department when you arrive. You will be automatically registered with the Montenegrin police station if you plan on staying in a hotel. Otherwise, you must make it your responsibility to register with the Montenegrin police department. You will face a fine or be barred from the country, in some cases, you could be arrested if you do not register.
You should have a valid and up-to-date passport when it comes to your passport. After you leave Montenegro, your passport should be valid for at least three months. We recommend leaving a minimum of 6 months validity on your passport to help avoid any problems.
If you intend to travel internationally, it is highly recommended that you get enough blank visa pages in your passport book before you leave. This allows Montenegro immigration to stamp your passport book with the necessary stamps for the duration of your trip. The minimum number of pages that should be left blank is (2).
Finally, you should consult with your airline company about the specific details of the flight to Montenegro before you depart. If you plan on staying in a country for an extended period while waiting for your connecting flight, you may be required to obtain a transit visa.
Information on Montenegro Embassies and Consulates
|Embassy & Consulate||Address||Phone Number|
|Embassy of Montenegro||
1610 New Hampshire Avenue NW
|Consulate General of Montenegro
801 2nd Avenue 7th Floor
More information about Montenegro
|Language||Serbian, Bosniak, Albanian, Croatian|
|Electricity||Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type F
|Time Zone||CET (UTC+1)|
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