Since December 19, 2009, Serbian citizens holding a biometric passport ("red passport") do not need a visa to travel to Denmark and the other Schengen countries.
More information about the visa liberalisation can be found in a leaflet prepared by the European Commission Delegation in Belgrade (in Serbian).
However, some Serbian citizens still need a visa; Click here if you are the holder of a passport issued by the Coordination Directorate. The processing time for a visa is about a week.
Denmark is representing Iceland regarding visa matters. As Iceland is part of the Schengen cooperation, Serbian citizens with biometric passports do not need a visa for Iceland. Holders of passports issued by the Coordination Directorate still need a visa. Click here if you are the holder of a passport issued by the Coordination Directorate.
For information on how to apply for a residence permit for Iceland please visit the homepage of the Icelandic Directorate of Immigration.
When a child below the age of 18 years is travelling abroad without its parents, the custody holder(s) must make a written consent (verified by a Serbian court) that the child may travel abroad alone. In case an under-aged child is travelling with one of the parents/custody holders, the other parent/custody holder must give the written consent (verified by a Serbian court). A Serbian version of the information on visas and residence permits etc. is now available here (in Serbian).
For more information on the Schengen cooperation visit the website of the Danish Immigration Service.
Neznanog Junaka 9 A11040 Belgrade
Tel. +381 11 36 79 500Fax +381 11 40 60 500 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org