We'll try to collect the information about visas for Yugoslavia here. If you discover anything about visas for your country that is not here, please send the info to firstname.lastname@example.org so that everybody can profit from it.
The general situation seems to be that visas are required by all except the following:
If you do need a real visa, you will need an "invitation letter". This letter is available by email attachment. If you haven't received one, contact email@example.com as soon as you can. Boban - our local wizz - will receive it and will arrange for the acceptance letter to get to you.
- nationals of Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania for stays of up to 30 days.
- nationals of EU, USA, Switzerland, Norway for stays of up to 30 days during summer 2001. A pseudo-visa will be given to you at the border crossing. You will be requested to pay something, apparently around 10 dollars.
- nationals of Algeria, Argentina, Bolivia, Botswana, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus,
Iraq, Japan, Mexico, Niger, San Marino, Seychelles, Tunisia, Zambia and Zimbabwe for stays of up to 3 months
Please do that ONLY if you are sure you need such a letter. Boban is overloaded and works for free.
- Sasha Woodward reports that "the Yugoslav embassy here in Budapest issues visas for us Americans in a matter of hours (after they see your invitation letter)"