How to get a Visa to Croatia: Tips & Advice
The nationality of the traveler determines whether or not a visa is required. Croatia has joined the EU and as of 1.1.2023 a Schengen visa is required to enter the country. Click here to check if you need a visa for entering Croatia here: https://mvep.gov.hr/services-for-citizens/consular-information-22802/visas-22807/visa-requirements-overview-22879/22879
Marija, our Network Manager, will be able to supply you with accompanying (supporting) documentation when you apply for the visa prior to commencing your application.
Accompanying (supporting) documents that will support your visa application will be:
- Flight Itinerary
- Hotel Confirmation
- Invitation letters by:
Local Patient organisation – Croatian Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (HULL)
MPN Advocates Network – LePAF that will confirm that all costs including travel, hotel food will be covered by LePAF
On average, Croatian visas are processed in more than two weeks and it may take longer in some cases. The processing time may be longer if you are missing any documents or if it is a busy time of year. For this reason, you should contact Marija before applying.
We would like to remind you that you need to make sure you have valid travel documents with a valid passport for at least six months, and if you need help, please do not hesitate to contact Marija at firstname.lastname@example.org or on mobile: +389 77859659 (available on; WhatsApp / Viber & Telegram)
Giora & Marija
MPN Advocates Network