Tourist visa application is applicable in case you are travelling for tourism purposes. This visa is given for travel period not exceeding 90 days.
- All the applications shall be submitted by the applicants only.
|Duration||Visa Fees in INR|
|Short Stay||INR 6350|
|Children between 6-12 years||INR 3180|
The above mentioned Visa Fee is to be paid in cash only.
Note: Exemption of Visa Fee
- A child is applicable only in the case of Short Term category, if the child's age is less than 6 years at the date of submission.
- Diplomatic passport holder.
- Immediate Family members of EU nationals.
The Visa Fee is subject to change without notice'
All VFS’s service charges are inclusive of Goods & Service Tax –SGST @9% and CGST@9%
VFS Service charge
Applicants applying at the Slovenian visa application Centre shall be levied a service charge of INR 1746 ( inclusive of Goods & Service Tax –SGST @9% and CGST@9%) payable in cash.
Please note Applicants applying at Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad Centre need to pay additional courier charge which will include two way courier charges pertaining to the transfer of visa applications to New Delhi and sending back to regional VFS Visa Application Centres. Please make a note of the courier charges as applicable.
INR 600 (inclusive of Goods & Service Tax –SGST @9% and CGST@9%)
- The applicable Visa Fee is in Indian Rupees and as per the exchange rate. It is subject to change without notice
- The fee is non-refundable.
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- Filled out application form signed by the applicant;
- Valid travel document with its validity of at least three months after the last intended date of departure from the territory of the Member States; with at least two blank visa pages; it shall have been issued within the previous 10 years;
- Copy of relevant passport pages, including all visas of last three years;
- One recent passport size photo of the applicant 3,5x4 cm;
Original and copy of international insurance for the period of intended stay, covering all expenses for up to 30.000 EUR that might occur in connection with: (1) repatriation because of health reasons, (2) first medical aid or (3) hospitalization;
list of approved Indian insurances companies with effect from 01 February 2018 click here
- Proof of means of transport - Flight reservation of return or round ticket. If the applicant is travelling to several Schengen States, proof of domestic flight reservation, train itinerary or car rental.
Proof of lodging
Hotel reservations, rental of holiday home or campus residence reservation. If the applicant stays with a family member or a friend, proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation from the host. Individual Schengen States may require applicant to present a proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation by completing a form drawn up by the Schengen State’s competent authority (referred hereafter as national form FOR SLOVENIA; AUTHENTICATED GUARANTEE LETTER) If applicant is travelling to several Schengen States, proof of lodging in each of them.
Proof of financial means
- Original private bank account statement showing the turnover during the last three months, duly stamped and signed by the bank;
- Indian income tax return acknowledgment for the last two assessment years
If the applicant is employed:
- payslips for the last three months;
- employment contract;
- employer's statement on approval for holidays;
If the applicant is a company owner or self-employed:
- certificate of registration of the company;
- If the applicant is sponsored:
- proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation by completing a national form of the Schengen State concerned ( FOR SLOVENIA; AUTHENTICATED GUARANTEE LETTER)
- If the applicant is retired:
- pension statements for the last three months;
- Regular income generated by ownership of property or business.
If the applicant is a minor:
- If the minor travels with one parent only, written consent certified by public notary of the other parent or guardian, except in cases of a parent having the care or custody alone;
- If the minor travels alone (without parents), written consent certified by public notary of both parents or guardians having the care and custody of the applicant;
- Copies of the passport of the parents. If not applicable, birth certificate of the applicant and copies of the ID cards of the parents.
Journeys undertaken for the purpose of tourism
- Certificate of the travel agency confirming the booking of an organised trip or any other appropriate document indicating the envisaged travel plans;
- marriage certificate, if applicant is married and cannot provide evidence of marital status in the passport; copy of the ration card, if applicable;
- Original guarantee letter authenticated by the Administrative Unit in Slovenia.
Additional Information In Visa Procedures At The Embassy/Vfs Of The Republic Of Slovenia In New Delhi From 31 July 2017
Internet/on-line bookings for the accommodation (booking.com, hotels.com and other) are not acceptable for first time travellers to Schengen. Applicants have to make the reservation for the accommodation in the Republic of Slovenia directly through the hotel in Slovenia by credit card or by payment through a registered travel agency in India or Slovenia. The mentioned travel agency has to provide a written confirmation of the accommodation reservation from Slovenia to the visa applicant (via fax or E-mail).
All accommodations have to be confirmed with full name (name and surname) and contact number (phone number) of the person confirming the house/apartment/room reservation in Slovenia.
Please note: The photograph should have a White background.
close up of your head and top of your shoulders so that your face takes up 70–80% of the photograph
in sharp focus and clear
of high quality with no ink marks or creases
|The photographs must: show you looking directly at the camera
show your skin tones naturally
have appropriate brightness and contrast
be printed on high quality paper, and at high resolution
Photographs taken with a digital camera must be high quality colour and printed on photo-quality paper.
|Style and lighting The photographs must:
be colour neutral
show your eyes open and clearly visible—no hair across your eyes
show you facing square on to the camera, not looking over one shoulder (portrait style) or tilted, and showing both edges of your face clearly
be taken with a plain light-coloured background
be taken with uniform lighting and not show shadows or flash reflections on your face and no red eye
|Glasses and head covers If you wear glasses:
the photograph must show your eyes clearly with no flash reflection off the glasses, and no tinted lenses (if possible, avoid heavy frames— wear lighter framed glasses if you have them)
make sure that the frames do not cover any part of your eyes.
are not permitted except for religious reasons, but your facial features from bottom of chin to top of forehead and both edges of your face must be clearly shown.
Expression and frame: Your photographs must:
show you alone (no chair backs, toys or other people visible), looking at the camera with a neutral expression and your mouth closed.
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. It is the applicant's responsibility to take the necessary precautions to respect the deadlines where an appointment system is in place.
An application lodged less than 15 calendar days before the intended departure may be accepted, but applicants should be informed that the processing time may be up to 15 calendar days. If the applicant insists on making the application, he or she should be informed that the final decision might be taken after the intended date of departure.
Example: A Turkish national decides to book a special last-minute offer for a skiing vacation in Austria with a departure within two days, and only the day before departure realizes that he needs a visa to enter Austria. In this case, the Austrian diplomatic mission or consular post could refuse to deal with the application.
A holder of a multiple-entry visa may apply for a new visa before the expiry of the validity of the visa currently held. However, the validity of the new visa must complement the current visa, i.e. a person cannot hold two uniform visas valid for the same period of time.
Example: A Moroccan lawyer representing a gender equality NGO who frequently participates in meetings in various EU Member States holds a multiple-entry visa which expires on 31 May. She applies for a new visa on 15 April.
If a new visa is issued, it should be valid from 1 June, and in such a case, the visa holder would be entitled to enter the territory of the EU Member States on the basis of the first visa that will expire during the stay and leave on the basis of the new visa.
|Visa Application Form|
To Download a Form:
- Click on the form link.
- When the form opens, save the form on your computer.
- Press the right button on your mouse on the required link.
- Select Save Target As from the list.
- Save the form on your computer.
Please note that Visa Application Form needs to be filled in English or Slovenian language only.