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The Consular Section is open to the public:

Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.

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12, Trelawney Street,                              Woollahra, N.S.W.2025

P.O.Box 190 Edgecliff, N.S.W.2027
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

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Phone:  + 612 / 9362-4637 Directions/Map
            + 612 / 9362-4638 Jurisdiction

Fax:      + 612 / 9362-4555

Honorary Consulates

Е-mail: gkrssid@optusnet.com.au    

web: http://www.sydney.mfa.gov.rs

 


 
 
 
Temporary passport application procedures for citizens of the Republic of Serbia in New Zealand

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic and associated travel restrictions, which have impacted the regular passport application processes, we inform that the following procedure will be implemented until the end of the current pandemic:

  1. Persons whose passports will expire within one year, are about to expire or have expired, may send an email request to the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Sydney (rsinfo@optusnet.com.au), for an off-line passport application and acquisition of biometrics form, which will be forwarded to the applicant by email;
  2. Completed application form, with requested data (fingerprint, signature and passport photo of the applicant), must be certified by a Notary Public in New Zealand;
  3. Certified true copy of the passport which is expiring or has expired, by a registered Justice of the Peace (JP) in New Zealand;
  4. Application fee, in the amount of $116.00 AUD, is transferred to the nominated bank account of the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia (details of the account will be provided on request);
  5. Certified application form, high resolution passport photo, certified true copy of the passport and proof of payment, must be sent to the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Sydney by post.

Please note that regular passport application procedures will be resumed after the Covid-19 pandemic.


Visa applications – 23.05.2020.

Following the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, regarding possible entry of foreigners in the Republic of Serbia, without a permit, visa applications for entry of foreigners into Serbia may now be submitted, with preventative measures against the spread of Covid-19 disease (wearing of masks and gloves, social distancing, scheduling appointments, etc.)


Notification on the current regime of entry of domestic and foreign citizens into the Republic of Serbia –22.05.2020

Decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia:

- From 22.05.2020, all border crossings of the Republic of Serbia are open, and function in the usual manner;

- The ban on entry into the Republic of Serbia and epidemiological measures for all categories of domestic and foreign citizens, have been lifted (special consent/entry permits are no longer required for domestic or foreign citizens, therefore border crossing procedures are returned to normal);

-  All persons entering Serbia, instead of isolation measures and the requirement to have a negative Covid-19 test, will be given at passport control a bilingual (in Serbian and English) warning about the measures to follow, in order to prevent the spread and to control the infectious disease Covid-19;

- All persons who were subject to a 14 day self-isolation period on entry into Serbia, which is still in force as at 22.05.2020, are no longer required to self-isolate, until further notice. 

Please note, travel arrangements from Australia/New Zealand to Serbia are the sole responsibility of the passenger. The Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Sydney is not and cannot be held responsible for the decisions and actions of foreign airline companies (or countries of transit), with whom a passenger has booked, bought or exchanged an airline ticket, for return to Serbia, or for a connecting flight that will enable him/her to arrive in Serbia.


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