What is the difference between a visa and a residence permit?
Read that borawak & 8271; this is a long-term visa, not a residence permit. Tell me, is it possible to obtain a residence permit in Serbia, and how? & # 187;
Answer: A visa is an authorization document granting the right to enter, stay in, or transit through the territory of the country. A visa for long-term stay (“D & # 58; visa”) is a permission for departure and long-term stay (more than 90 days, but not more than 1 year) in the territory of Serbia. A D-type visa is issued before entering Serbia.
A visa for long-term stay is issued on the same terms as are provided for obtaining a temporary residence permit.
Visa type D & # 8212; single, its validity can not be extended.
Permission for temporary residence – residence permit & # 8212; can be granted to a foreigner who plans to stay in Serbia for more than 90 days on one of the following grounds:
1) the performance of work, employment, commercial activities or other professional activities;
2) education – in school, higher education institution, postgraduate study; Participation in research work, the passage of practice, participation in the program of international exchange of students or students; participation in other scientific and educational projects;
3) family reunion;
4) in other justified cases in accordance with the law and international treaty.
Documents required for application:
1. valid passport.
2. proof of financial solvency.
3. medical insurance.
4. documents for the substantiation of the application (documents on the registration of a commercial firm, documents on employment, documents from the university, etc.)
The permit for temporary residence (residence permit) is issued in the territory of Serbia and can be extended. The residence permit is a prerequisite for the subsequent receipt of permanent residence.
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Thank you very much for your good advice. Do you need a visa to travel to Serbia for Russian citizens? Thanks in advance.
Vladimir, citizens of the Russian Federation do not need a visa to travel to Serbia.
Citizens of the Russian Federation have the right to stay in the territory of Serbia for no longer than 30 days from the date of entry. Number of entries during the year & # 8212; not limited.
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at 00:00 hours – FESTIVE SALUTE !!
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Kerber / Kragujevac – 13. Januar 2018.
January 13, 2018, 8:00 pm – January 14, 2018, 3: 00dep.
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Novogodisnje fotografisanje dece 🙂
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Nema svirki, samo hrana na popustu 20%
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What is the difference between a visa and a residence permit?