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USA Visa for Montenegro

  • No visa required for U.S. citizens with U.S. passports for stays up to 90 days.
  • “90 days” means a total of 90 days within a 180-day period from the date of entry.
  • Register your stay with local municipalities:
    • Hotels automatically register your stay.
    • If not staying at a hotel, visit the local tourism office to register and pay tourist taxes.
    • Register in each municipality if staying for more than 24 hours.
  • Failure to register may result in fines, imprisonment, deportation, and travel difficulties.

  • For longer stays:
    • Apply for a temporary residence permit at least one month before the 90-day period ends.
    • U.S. documents for the application process require an Apostille.
    • U.S. Embassy in Montenegro cannot provide Apostille services.

  • Currency and customs restrictions:
    • Declare currency over 10,000 euros upon entry or exit.
    • Declare luxury goods, jewelry, paintings, and computer equipment to avoid customs charges.
    • Currency declaration forms are available at entry ports.
    • Non-compliance may lead to fund/goods confiscation and legal consequences.
  • No known HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors or foreign residents.

For more information, visit the Montenegrin Ministry of Interior’s website and contact the Embassy of Montenegro in Washington, D.C.

Updated: 15 June 2023