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As a country within the Schengen zone since 2007, Slovenia allows comfortable travel opportunities to Schengen Visa holders and to EU/EEA citizens. EU/EEA citizens do not need a passport to enter Slovenia, only a valid identity card. For Non-EU/EEA citizens, you can find below a link to the list of countries with information on visa requirements for entering Slovenia: https://www.gov.si/en/registries/countries/
More information on how to obtain a visa is available at the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia: http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/entry_and_residence/entry_into_slovenia/

The 20th FEBS Young Scientists’ Forum will be organized in Lovran, Opatija Riviera, Croatia. Croatia is a member of EU, but not in Schengen zone. You can find below a link to the list of countries with information on visa requirements for entering Croatia: http://www.mvep.hr/en/consular-information/visas/visa-requirements-overview/

Young Scientists’ Forum participants who will attend FEBS 2021Congress in Ljubljana should check at
https://www.gov.si/en/registries/countries/  whether they need Schengen visa to enter Slovenia.

If you need a Schengen visa to enter Slovenia, the Congress Secretariat can provide you with the approved Letter of Guarantee which is obligatory to obtain the visa. The letter can be provided you after registering to FEBS 2021 and completing your registration payment. Please note that each approved Letter of Guarantee costs 55 Euro. You may apply for Schengen visa at any other EU country.

Please click on to obtain  Letter of Guarantee. Fill the sections marked in yellow and send it to the Congress Secretariat at febs2021@dekongroup.com

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