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The ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation System) for Slovenia is not currently available. It is due to go live in 2022 and will be mandatory from 2023. In the meantime, you can find out all the information you need to apply for yours with Byevisa as soon as the system goes live!

All About the ETIAS Slovenia

Planning a trip to beautiful Slovenia? You may need to apply for the ETIAS authorisation before you go. In order to visit the sunny side of the Alps, citizens of certain countries must apply for this pass. This policy applies to those nationals who were previously exempt from needing authorisation to visit this Baltic state including Americans, Canadians, Australians and British citizens.

The good news is that the application process can be done entirely online and the e-forms are quick and easy to complete. You can apply at any time of day wherever you are on your mobile, computer or tablet. Just enter your passport details and some other personal information and we will do the rest.

Once you have secured your Slovenia tourist visa you can visit the country for 90 days during any 180-day period. As it’s a Multiple Entry pass, you can travel to and leave the country as many times as you like over a 3-year period so if you fall in love with Lake Bled you can come back again the following summer.

This travel authorisation not only gives you access to the wellness spas of Slovenia but authorises you to visit the 25 other nations that make up the Schengen Area including nearby Italy. Please note that if you apply for the Slovenia ETIAS, you must first enter the Schengen zone in Slovenia.

What is the Difference Between the Slovenia ETIAS and a Slovenia Visa?

One of the key differences is how you apply for the authorisation. The ETIAS is an electronic system that links your authorisation to your passport so that immigration officials can easily scan it on arrival into the country.

Citizens of those nations that aren’t currently eligible to apply for the ETIAS pass, including India, China and South Africa, may be able to apply for a Schengen Visa Slovenia instead. Discover more here.

Please note, citizens of Schengen Member States or those with an EU passport do not require authorisation to visit a fellow Member State. Read a full list of these countries here.

ETIAS Application Process for Slovenia

Acquiring all the documents you need ahead of your trip to stunning Slovenia is quick and easy with Byevisa.

First, confirm that you are eligible for the pass by selecting your nationality from the drop-down menu and setting the destination country as Slovenia.

Then complete the following steps using using any internet-connected electronic device:

  1. Click ‘Apply Now’ and enter all required information carefully, double checking everything including your passport number and dates. You can find more detailed information about the different elements of the form in the ‘Form and Documents’ section below.
  2. Choose your Byevisa processing speed from our 3 swift options. The options are Standard service (X days), Rapid (X days) and Highly Rapid (X days).
  3. Pay for your travel pass by debit or credit card, or using your PayPal account. The amount due will vary depending on which processing speed you choose.
  4. Once you’ve completed all these steps, press ‘Submit’ and you’re done! Your authorisation will glide into your email inbox in the coming days (according to the specified timeframe).

Once processed, the ETIAS is electronically linked to your I.D when your passport is scanned by an official at border control. To give yourself an extra feeling of security, have a printed copy to hand too.

Slovenia ETIAS Requirements for Eligible Countries

You no longer have to trawl through dense text on government websites to find the visa information you need; the Byevisa experts have researched everything for you!

Take advantage of our handy visa checker tool to check if you’re eligible for the ETIAS.

Click below to see if you require an ETIAS to visit this destination, a Schengen Visa or another type of visa from the embassy.

Citizens of the following countries can apply for the Slovenia ETIAS authorisation:

Albania
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Australia
Bahamas
Barbados
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Brunei Darussalam
Canada
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominica
El Salvador
Federated States of Micronesia
Georgia
Grenada
Guatemala
Honduras

Hong Kong
Israel
Japan
Kiribati
Macau
Malaysia
Marshall Islands
Mauritius
Mexico
Moldova
Montenegro
Nauru
New Zealand
Nicaragua
North Macedonia
Palau
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Samoa
Serbia
Seychelles
Singapore
Solomon Islands
South Korea
Taiwan
Timor Leste
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Uruguay
Vanuatu
Venezuela

Once you’ve confirmed that you’re eligible for this travel pass, you need to gather together the relevant documentation. You can apply for others in your party too providing that they have given you all their key information.

To manage your application on your behalf we require:

  • A valid email address to send your travel pass to.
  • A current passport (it should be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the day you will enter Slovenia).
  • Passport details and some other personal information for all members of your party.
  • Answers to some standard medical and security questions for the EU’s security databases such as Europol.
  • A valid card or PayPal account to process the final fee.

ETIAS – Form and Documents to Visit Slovenia

Make sure to complete all the sections of the electronic form carefully so we can get your authorisation processed for you as quickly as possible.

Byevisa requires the following details in order to handle your request:

  • A contact email address.
  • Your full name (including any middle names).
  • Your nationality.
  • Your date of birth and country of birth.
  • Your current place of residence.
  • Your passport number.
  • Issue and expiry dates for your identification.
  • The visa you’re applying for.
  • Which Schengen country you’re visiting first (Slovenia in this case).
  • Date you will enter the destination country.
  • Medical history and security information for the European Union databases.

To apply for a friend or family member simply press ‘Add Applicant.’

You then need to decide how quickly you want to receive the documentation in your inbox. This depends on if you are applying plenty of time in advance or are booking a last-minute getaway.

Byevisa offers 3 different processing speeds to suit all types of travellers:

  • Standard speed – receive your pass in X days for X USD.
  • Rapid delivery in X days for a X USD processing fee.
  • In a rush? Highly Rapid express service in X days for a X USD charge.

How Can I Check the Current Status of My ETIAS Slovenia?

Once you’ve applied for the ETIAS, keep a close eye on your inbox. You will receive your authorisation to the given email address in the chosen timeframe.

If you don’t receive your authorisation by this date, then you can check your application status on our website. To view this information, simply navigate to the Status option in the main menu. You then need to enter your details into the contact form so our customer service team can look into this for you.

You can also get in touch if you have any other questions regarding your application.

In the case, for example, that you realise after submitting your application that you made an error, it is important to get in touch as soon as possible so we can try to rectify this. Providing the application hasn’t already been processed, we will amend it for you free of charge.

If we have already started the process however you must reapply and pay the corresponding fees. For this reason, it is important to triple check all the information you provide!

How Much Does the ETIAS for Slovenia Cost?

The EU charge per application for this pass is X USD. This fee is waived for children under 18 or adults over 70, so applicants that fall into this category only need to pay Byevisa’s processing fee.

The charge to process your application depends on how quickly you need your paperwork. Regardless of whether you need an express option or have more time to play with, Byevisa fees are economical, leaving you with more money to spend on your trip.

To give you an example, if you were to pick our Standard service you’d be charged X USD in total (X USD European Union cost + X USD Byevisa processing cost).

ETIAS Slovenia FAQs

To ensure a tranquil trip to ‘the green piece of Europe’ there are some things you should know beforehand. Read on for more information for travellers planning a Baltic adventure.

Yes, you can visit any of the 25 other countries in the Schengen Zone. Slovenia is bordered by Austria to the north and Hungary to the far northeast and both are also excellent countries to explore.
Yes, it is a Multiple Entry Pass. What this means, in essence, is that you can enter and leave the country as you please during any 180-day period provided no single trip lasts longer than 90 days.
We recommend printing out your ETIAS before you travel even though strictly this isn't necessary. It is always better to have a printed copy of all important travel documents just in case.
You will be able to apply in late 2022 once the EU’s online system is implemented. From 2023 onwards, applying from this pass will be obligatory. In the meantime, we have compiled all the information you need to help you get your head around the new system.
Applying to renew your ETIAS is easy with Byevisa. You can do this up to 120 days before your current pass runs out. This applies whether you are travelling to Slovenia or another Schengen country.
If your passport expires, your ETIAS authorisation will no longer be valid. You must apply for a new I.D and then once you have this, you can apply for a new ETIAS.
If you hold dual citizenship then you will follow the same process as other applicants in order to obtain your pass. Have a read through the rest of our FAQs if you have any other questions.
t takes between X and X days to get your ETIAS paperwork depending on which Byevisa processing speed you choose. If you don’t have much time left until your trip, we recommend going for the Highly Rapid option to ensure you receive your documentation as soon as possible.
The official website is one of many sources offering in-depth information about this travel pass. For more concise information, read through our FAQs and other travel information specific to this country.
Your documentation is valid for 3 years or until the day that your passport expires if that is sooner. During this time period, you can visit the country for up to 90 days in any given 180-day period.
You can get it for free if you are over 70 years of age. The EU also waivers the fee for children under 18. However, both adults over 70 and children will need to pay Byevisa’s processing charge to manage the paperwork for them.
If your application is denied, our customer support team will contact you via email to let you know and tell you the reason that it has been denied. To reduce the likelihood of this happening, please enter your details exactly as they appear on your passport.
If you hold dual citizenship then you will follow the same process as other applicants in order to obtain your pass. Have a read through the rest of our FAQs if you have any other questions.
You can expect your final approved travel document to look similar to this:
Want to discover more about this beautiful Baltic state ahead of your trip? Here are some useful links to whet your appetite.