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Visa requirement for entering Slovenia
Visa is required.
- for holders of diplomatic, special and offical passports visa is not required up to 90 days (Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Goverment of the Republic of Turkey concerning the mutual abolition of visas for holders of diplomatic, special or service passports (OJ, No. 110/1999, 30. 12. 1999))
Foreign citizens can apply at the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Ankara or at the VFS Visa Application Centre.
Consulate General of the Republic of Hungary
Kağıthane Polat Ofis
İmrahor Caddesi No:23 B Blok
Tel.: +90 212 317-9214, 9215, 9216, 9217
Fax: +90 212 317-9218, 9219
In certain cases of visa procedure additional documentation may be requested by the consulate.
Transboundary passenger transport and freight transport drivers; crews of sea-going ships, inland vessels, and aircrafts
Since 6 December 2011, the Republic of Slovenia has been represented by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in the issue of Schengen visas for Turkish nationals seeking to stay in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany for a period not exceeding two months, with their primary residence in Turkey, provided that the purpose of their stay is a temporary service as employees of an employer with the seat in Turkey.
The established practice of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ankara requires first-time applicants to be interviewed. The interview may be scheduled with the IKS call centre at telephone number (0090 212) 34 04 900.
Visa applications and information regarding the required documents and administrative taxes are available at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ankara and at www.ankara.diplo.de.
Address of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ankara (Visa Department)
Paris Caddesi 29
Honorary consular officers (in most cases foreign nationals) have no direct consular competences. They complement the Slovenian diplomatic network, but cannot replace it. Their role is limited to advising and offering useful information. They offer their services without remuneration, on their own and for their own account.