San Marino Visa – How Do I Get An San Marino Visa?

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Are you considering a visit to San Marino? San Marino does not require a visa for stays of up to three months. When traveling to San Marino, you must present a valid United States passport. Your US passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your expected stay in San Marino.

Under the Schengen Agreement’s rules, a United States passport valid for at least three months after departure from Italy is sufficient. If you do not adhere to this rule, your trip may be cut short or you may be denied entry to Italy.

It is recommended that your passport has six months validity after your expected stay in a country when you depart. While San Marino requires only a three-month validity period, other countries that border San Marino may require six months. Ensure that you are aware of these requirements before traveling to any of San Marino’s bordering countries.

Additionally, it is necessary to keep blank visa pages in your passport book when traveling abroad. The optimal number of visa pages to leave blank in your passport book is (2).

Finally, in some cases, travelers connecting flights in another country before arriving in San Marino will require a transit visa. Countries may require transit visas for those connecting flights in their territory. Confirm the details of your flight with your airline provider.

Information on San Marino Embassies and Consulates

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of San Marino 
1711 N St NW 2nd fl
Washington, DC 20036
United States
Phone
1.202.223.2418
Fax
1.202.223.2748
Consulate General of San Marino

 

 

1685 Big-Beaver Rd
Detroit, MI 48083
United States
Phone
1.248.528.1190
Fax
1.248.528.0357
Consulate General of San Marino

 

 

4615 kahala Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816
United States
 
Phone
1.808.923.2468
Fax
1.808.926.5678
Consulate General of San Marino

 

 

186, Lehrer Ave
Elmont, NY 11003
United States
Phone
1.516.437.4699
Fax
1.516.775.5897
Consulate General of San Marino

 

 

888 17th St, NW
Ste 1200
Washington, D.C. 20006
United States
Phone
1.202.337.2260
Fax
1.202.452.8938

More information about San Marino

Capital City of San Marino
Currency EURO (EUR)
Language Italian
Electricity Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type F / L
Country Code +378
Time Zone CET (UTC+1)

If you choose to visit a regional Passport agency, make sure you are aware of the requirements and schedule an appointment with the national Passport scheduling service by calling 1-877-487-2778. You can do so at any time of day or night. Security is strictly enforced in most Wyoming passport offices. Metal detection devices are used by federal agencies.

If you live in Gillette, Wyoming, for example, you can apply for a passport at the Campbell County District Court or the US Post Office – Gillette. Before visiting, you should call to see if an appointment is required. Check a neighboring town or city if you can’t find an acceptance facility where you live.

When applying for a passport in Wyoming, you have two options: regular passport services, which take 4 to 6 weeks, or expedited passport services, which can take 2 or 3 weeks.

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