Montenegro Visa Fees
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Enjoy the convenience of an e-Visa with fees this low. With plenty of cash left over, you can use it to explore everything Montenegro has to offer. If you need your visa faster, select a rush or super-rush service when submitting your application.
Apply for a Montenegro e-Visa online in just 3 easy steps and pay with a credit or debit card. No need to visit an embassy, just fill out our application form, upload the required documents and pay for your new visa!
Check the Montenegro e-visa fees and other details:
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Types of E-visa fees:
There are 2 types of visa fees are applicable:
- E Visa Service Fees: E-visa service fees are typically charged by visa processing service to handle the application. These fees can vary depending on the services offered. It's important to note the additional fee is application in some urgent/emergency situations..
- The Government Fees: The e-visa fees charged by the government are typically the application fee and issuance fee. The application fee is charged to process the e-visa application and the issuance fee is charged to issue the e-visa once the application has been approved.
Note: It's important to note that the fees and regulations may change over time, so it's always best to check the official website of the Montenegro government or the embassy of the country for the most up-to-date information on e-visa fees for Montenegro.
Additional Fees applicable in the case of some Urgent eVisa:
If you need an eVisa urgently, your Montenegro eVisa will cost more, as the visa is processed as quickly as possible. The faster-processing First Priority Visa is available for this purpose. To process your application quickly, you must submit an application that contains only the basic requirements. Simply select the required processing time for your visa and we'll do our best to make it happen.
How do I pay the visa fees for Montenegro?
You must choose an option to pay after completing the e visa registration form (Debit or Credit card, PayPal, Amex or MasterCard). You'll then be sent to the usual payment interface for that method. There are no additional fees for the payment option you select. You only have to pay the visa fee listed on this site, and your e visa request will be handled immediately upon submission of that fee.
Things to be Notice:
- Cash payments are not allowed.
- A visa service fee will be non-refundable no matter if your visa is approved by the government of Montenegro or not.
- You can pay the visa service fee with a debit or credit card, PayPal or UnionPay.
- If you provide inaccurate information on the visa application form or fail to submit all supporting documents, your application will be rejected and no fee refunded. You will have to reapply for the visa if necessary and pay another service charge.
- The Visa Service Fee must be paid prior to the submission of the Visa Application Form.
Montenegro eVisa Status Check
You can check the status of your Montenegro e-Visa application by visiting the official government website for e-Visas. On the website, you will need to provide your passport number and the reference number of your application to check the status.
Alternatively, you can check the status of your e-Visa by contacting the Montenegrin consulate or embassy where you submitted your application. They will be able to provide you with information on the status of your application and any further steps you need to take.
You can also check the status of your e-Visa by sending an email to the address provided by the Montenegrin consulate or embassy.
It's important to note that the process of eVisa can take a while and it's best to check the status of your application well before your travel date.
It's also worth noting that the e-Visa status check process may vary depending on your country of origin, therefore it's best to check the specific requirements and instructions for your country on the website of the nearest Montenegrin embassy or consulate in your country.
Frequently asked questions
The cost for a Montenegro E Visa depends on a number of factors, including nationality and duration of stay. Therefore it is important that travelers check with their country’s embassy prior to making any payments.
It is not necessary to print your Montenegro e-Visa. The e-Visa is electronically linked to your passport, so you can simply present the passport at the border control when entering the country. Border control officials will have access to your e-Visa information and will be able to verify it electronically.
However, it's always a good idea to have a printout of the e-Visa with you, just in case there are any issues or technical difficulties with the electronic verification system. It's also a good idea to keep a copy of your e-Visa with you during your stay in Montenegro in case you need to prove your immigration status to authorities.
It's important to note that visa policies and regulations are subject to change, and it's best to check the specific requirements and instructions for your country on the Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, as well as on the website of the nearest Montenegrin embassy or consulate in your country to confirm the current rules and regulations.
If your Montenegro visa application is denied, you will receive an email notification with the reason for the denial. Common reasons for denial include incorrect or incomplete information on the application form, missing required documents, or insufficient proof of financial means.
If your application is denied, you have the option to reapply. Before reapplying, you should carefully review the reason for denial and take steps to address any issues with your application. If you are unsure of the reason for denial, you can contact the Montenegrin consulate or embassy for clarification.
When reapplying, it is important to ensure that all information on your application form is correct and complete, and that you have submitted all the required documents. You may also want to consider providing additional documentation or information to support your application.
It's important to note that if you're not sure about the reason for denial, it's best to contact the consulate or embassy for further information and if you want to reapply, you should do it as soon as possible to avoid any delays in your travel plans.