Visa application requirements for Croatia
Many citizens of other countries like the United States, most of Europe and some countries in Latin America and Asia are not required to apply for a visa when visiting the country. But for those who are required to have a travel visa, they must fill up and signed the application form and enclosed a passport, whose validity should exceed the visa by three months, a 35 x 45 mm colored photo, other supporting documents that will prove the reason for entering the country, proof of accommodations, proof of financial means to use while staying and return tickets or any papers that will indicate the visa applicant’s intention to return to their country of origin or go to another third country.
For those who are in private visit and invited by person living in the country, they need to enclose an additional letter of guarantee filled out by the guarantor or natural person from Croatia. If it is a business visit upon the invitation of legal person or company, same letter of guarantee is needed only this time the legal person will fill in the letter. Applicants must also submit proof of health insurance as well as the appropriate and valid health travel insurance while staying inside the country. The visa once granted is valid up to 90 days.
For those who want to go to Croatia for the purpose of studying or working must contact the nearest embassy or consulate for guidance on this matter. As per government regulation no foreigner can work inside the republic on the basis of a visa alone.