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A foreigner coming to Montenegro for a private or business visit shall enclose to the visa application the letter of guarantee by a physical person or letter of invitation by a legal entity, state authority in Montenegro or organizer of an international conference or event as a proof of the purpose of his/her visit and possible readiness of the person or legal entity to cover the costs of the stay and return upon the expiry of the visa. 

When submitting an application for a visa to stay in Montenegro, depending on whether he is coming for a private or official visit, the foreigner must attach a letter of guarantee from a natural person or an invitation letter from a legal entity, state authority in Montenegro or the organizer of an international gathering or manifestation, which the justification of his arrival in Montenegro, eventual bearing of the costs of his stay and return to his home country after the expiry of the visa period is guaranteed.

The content of the guarantee or invitation letter is prescribed by the provisions of Article 5 of the Rulebook on visas and visa forms

Letter of Guarantee form (from persons)

Invitation letter form (from Business entity)

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Letter of Guarantee / Invitation Letter

A foreigner coming to Montenegro for a private or business visit shall enclose to the visa application the letter of guarantee by a physical person or letter



1. Citizens of the following countries may enter Montenegro and stay for up to 30 days, without a visa, with a valid identity card of that country:


Citizens of the following countries may enter Montenegro with a valid travel document (passport) without a visa, based on international agreements on mutual travel of citizens, for up to 30 days:

Citizens of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Ecuador, the Republic of Cuba, the Republic of Peru and the Russian Federation.

Citizens of the following countries may enter Montenegro with a valid travel document (passport) without a visa and stay for up to 90 days:



2. If you are a citizen of one of the following countries, you can enter Montenegro visa-free and stay up to 90 days. This also means you can have multiple entries, for which stays in total must not exceed 90 days during a 180 days period.

Citizens of the Republic of Albania, the Principality of Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, the Argentine Republic, Aruba, Azerbaijan, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Republic of Austria, the Bahamas, Barbados, the Kingdom of Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Federal Republic of Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Republic Chile, the Kingdom of Denmark, Dominica, the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Finland, the French Republic, Grenada, Georgia, the Republic of Guatemala, the Greek Republic, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles, the Republic of Honduras, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Ireland, the Republic of Iceland, the Republic of Italy, the State of Israel, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Republic of Cyprus, Kiribati, Colombia, Republic of Korea, Republic of Kosovo, Republic of Costa Rica, Kuwait,

Republic of Latvia, Principality of Liechtenstein, Republic of Lithuania, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Hungary, Republic of North Macedonia, Malaysia, Republic of Malta, Mauritius, Republic of Marshall Islands, Micronesia, United Mexican States, R Republic of Moldova, Principality of Monaco, Republic of Nicaragua, Kingdom of Norway, New Zealand, Federal Republic of Germany, Republic of Palau, Republic of Panama, Republic of Paraguay, Republic of Poland, Republic of Portugal, Romania, Republic of El Salvador, Samoa, Republic of San Marino, Seychelles Islands, Republic Singapore, United States of America, Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Republic of Serbia,

Saint Lucia, Saint Christopher and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Holy See, Kingdom of Spain, Kingdom of Sweden, Swiss Confederation, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Kingdom Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Republic of Turkey, Tuvalu, United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ukraine, Eastern Republic of Uruguay and Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as well as holders of valid travel documents issued in British Overseas Territories: Anguilla, Bermuda , British Antarctic Territory, British Territory In Indian Ocean, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, Pitcairn Island, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan de Cunjom, South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region People's Republic of China and Macao of the People's Republic of China.



3. Visa required countries

Citizens of some countries will need to obtain a visa to enter or stay in Montenegro. However, if you come from one of these countries, but hold a Schengen, USA, or UK visa, you probably won't need an additional visa for Montenegro. For additional information, you can contact us or find the nearest Embassy of Montenegro.

For China, Montenegro has a special visa regime. Tourist groups (basically a minimum of two people), can enter Montenegro visa-free, but with an invitation letter from a licensed travel agency from Montenegro. In addition, Chinese citizens who have a Schengen, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, or Japan visa can also enter visa-free in Montenegro.

Angola, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belize, Benin, Bolivia, Botswana, Cambodia, China*, Congo Democratic Republic, Congo Republic, Comoros, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Malawi, Maldives, Morocco, Mauritania, Myanmar, Mongolia, Namibia, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Palestine, Philipines, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zimbabwe 

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Visa types for digital nomads

If you are in the group of countries under the ordinal number three, then you need Visa C or Visa D

Short stay visa (C) may be issued for one, two or multiple entries into Montenegro for tourist, business, personal or other purposes. Continuous stay or total duration of consecutive stays may not exceed 90 days in the period of 6 months, counting from the date of first entry. Validity period of Visa C for multiple entries is up to one year. Exceptionally this type of visa may be issued for a longer period of validity, but no longer than five year. Short stay visa may be issued to a group of foreigners (collective visa). The validity period of collective visa cannot exceed 30 days and it may be affixed to a group passport.

Long stay visa (D) may be issued to an foreigner for one, two or multiple entries into Montenegro, intending to stay in the territory of Montenegro over 90 days, but no longer than 6 months in the period of one year, counting from the date of first entry. This type of visa may be granted to a foreigner: 

In certain cases, a permission for temporary residence in Montenegro may be considered a Long stay visa D (Digital Nomad visa), which may be granted to a foreigner intending to stay longer than 90 days in Montenegro, for the purpose of:

1) employment and work, performing economic or business activity;

2) seasonal work;

3) secondary education and studies

4) participation in student exchange programmes or other youth programmes;

5) specialisation or professional training and acquisition of practical skills;

6) scientific-research work;

7) medical treatment;

8) family reunification;

9) humanitarian reasons;

10) other justified reasons specified by law or international agreement

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What is a Visa? Visa is a permission to enter, stay and transit through the territory of Montenegro.Mere possession of a visa does not grant the entry to Montenegro. Other legal requirements for granting a foreigner the entry and stay to Montenegro m

If you are in the group of countries under the ordinal number three, then you need a Letter of Guarantee or Invitation Letter to be able to apply for Visa C or Visa D

A foreigner coming to Montenegro for a private or business visit shall enclose to the visa application the letter of guarantee by a physical person or letter of invitation by a legal entity, state authority in Montenegro or organizer of an international conference or event as a proof of the purpose of his/her visit and possible readiness of the person or legal entity to cover the costs of the stay and return upon the expiry of the visa.

When submitting an application for a visa to stay in Montenegro, depending on whether he is coming for a private or official visit, the foreigner must attach a letter of guarantee from a natural person or an invitation letter from a legal entity, state authority in Montenegro or the organizer of an international gathering or manifestation, which the justification of his arrival in Montenegro, eventual bearing of the costs of his stay and return to his home country after the expiry of the visa period is guaranteed.

The content of the guarantee or invitation letter is prescribed by the provisions of Article 5 of the Rulebook on visas and visa forms

Invitation letter form (for legal entities)
Letter of Guarantee form (for natural persons)


Visa Invitation Letter for Business Purposes to Montenegro


The business visa invitation letter is a formal letter which must be written by a business or a group or an individual who is based in Montenegro to invite you to go to the company's or the group's function or to explore business endeavors.

A business trip invitation letter with your business visa application can easily serve as evidence of your journey to Montenegro as mainly for the purpose of business activity.

The visa invitation letter for business visa should specify the business association you have with the person you are seeing and what you will be doing during the time you remain in Montenegro.

As part of business visa invitation letter, you should attach a travel plan of business activities to the invitation letter so you can show what you have planned to work on throughout your time at Montenegro. 


How to write a Montenegrin business visa invitation letter?

Composing a business visa invite letter to invite you to attend the company's or the group's occasion or function or to explore business ventures in Montenegro is not a very complicated task, if you know how to. Not to worry– we have actually listed below what you have to consist of in a business visa invitation letter.

As long as the visa invitation letter consists of all the necessary details, you or the person inviting you will not have difficulty composing it.

There are individuals who specialise in writing visa invitation letters, such as a visa specialist or legal professional.

To be able to write a good business visa invitation letter, you can follow the suggestions below.


Compose all the required information

The needed information depending on your purpose of check out can include:

  • The date that the letter was composed.
  • The Company name.
  • Company contact details (phone number and address).
  • Opening salutations and statements.
  • Inviting individual's complete name.
  • Inviting person's residential status in Montenegro (eg: citizen or permanent resident).
  • Inviting individual's contact details (phone number, address, and email).
  • Applicant's full name (as shown in the passport).
  • Applicant's passport number.
  • Intention of travel.
  • Dates of travel.
  • Plan of travel.
  • Closing salutations.
  • Inviting person's signature.
  • Required file attachments or enclosures.

Visa invitation letter example from Montenegro Government


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Letter of guarantee to Invite a Friend for Tourism Purposes to Montenegro


One of the main reasons people travel to Montenegro is to see pals in Montenegro.

Despite the fact that, your main intention of your traveling is to visit your pals, the Montenegrin visa officers usually tend to see this under vacation visa requirements. This type of visa invitation letter must be composed by your pal who lives in Montenegro.

On the visa invitation letter to invite a good friend, your friend in Montenegro needs to clearly mention that you are his or her pal, for for how long you have actually been friends and that you are going to visit Montenegro for a specific amount of time. It is also a good idea to present from your trip start date to end date. 

Provided that, the visa invitation letter includes all the essential information, you or the person inviting you will not have problem composing it.There are people who specialise in composing visa invitation letters, such as a visa expert or legal professional. To be able to compose a good invitation letter, you can follow the pointers listed below.


Write all the required information

The needed information depending upon your function of check out can consist of:

  • The date that the letter was written.
  • The Embassy name.
  • Embassy contact info (contact number and address).
  • Opening salutations and declarations.
  • Inviting individual's full name.
  • Inviting person's residential status in Montenegro (eg: citizen or permanent resident).
  • Inviting person's contact details (phone number, address, and email).
  • Applicant's full name (as displayed in the passport).
  • Candidate's passport number.
  • Purpose of travel.
  • Period of association or for how long you have actually been friends.
  • Dates of travel.
  • Itinerary of travel.
  • Closing salutations.
  • Inviting individual's signature.
  • Essential file attachments or enclosures.

letter of guarantee 
example from Montenegro Government
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Summary

Therefore, if you are in the group of countries "3. Visa required countries", you should apply for Visa C or Visa D with an invitation letter or letter of guarantee, sent by a company or person from Montenegro .

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