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2nd SEE SDEWES Conference will be held in Piran, Slovenia. Slovenia is a part of the Schengen area, for more information on the visa policy of the Schengen Area see here.
The Slovenian authorities may issue three types of visa. The visa type is indicated on the visa sticker in a special section and marked with the letters A, C or D. For coming to the conference, you will need a type C multientry visa. A uniform visa (type C) entitles its holder to free movement throughout the entire territory of EU Member States.
In principle, a visa application should be lodged at least 15 calendar days before the intended visit (as this is the normal processing time) and cannot be lodged earlier than three months before the start of the intended visit.
Who does not need a visa?
A short-stay visa (stay in the Schengen area of up to 90 days) is not required by:
If you are not sure whether you need a visa for coming to Slovenia, please contact your nearest Slovenian consulate/embassy.
Where to apply?
Information on the diplomatic missions and consular posts of the Republic of Slovenia where you can submit your visa application is available here. Following its entry into the Schengen area, the Republic of Slovenia is also represented in the visa procedure by some other Schengen States. Thus, at locations where Slovenia does not have a diplomatic mission or consular post authorised for conducting visa procedures, you may apply at the representations of Schengen States entered in the List of Member States' consular presence, representation arrangements.
How to apply?
On Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs web pages you will find online visa applications, a detailed description of the circumstances under which a visa is required, and a description of different visa types. For additional information on visas, please contact them via e-mail or telephone +386 1 478 2305. Application Form for Short-stay (Schengen) visa are available here.
The Conference will issue a certified Letter of Guarantee, necessary to apply for a visa, only to registered participants with accepted papers, due to significant cost of such a Letter to the Conference. The participants may only request certified Letter of Guarantee as part of the registration procedure. The Participants are advised to start the visa procedure latest by end of March.
For visa issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a visa to come to Slovenia, please send to the same email address the following information: Name and Surname, Date of birth, Nationality, Name and address of the legal entity/company where you are employed and in which embassy (Slovenian or representation of Schengen state) and city will you apply for visa.
Full fee paying participants will receive their Letter of Guarantee on request free of additional charge. For participants paying reduced fee issuing Letter of Guarantee will incur additional fee of €30.