Visa Waiver and Multi-entry Travel Authority in Slovakia

http://es.ivisa.com/slovakia-etias One of the most frequently asked questions concerning Slovakia concerns its currency. Slovakia has been quite reluctant to join the euro money. The government is working on designing a new financial arrangement and is expected to complete it by the end of 2004. At the moment the only legal currency which can be used in Slovakia is the Euro. However, the government does not view this as an issue since it's estimated that ten percent of its gross domestic product comes from the sale of oil and other natural resources. Besides this reluctance to put in the euro zone, Slovakia also has a issue with non-European Union tourists. The visa regulations for visitors from the EU and other countries requires visa processing time intervals for residents of slovenia. In practice this usually means a very long wait between when you travel to a different country and when your visa is accepted. In recent years the government has adopted a policy of visa-free journey. It follows that citizens of slovenia are allowed to travel to the other country without the need of a visa. This visa free travel coverage is available to citizens of member states of the European Union (EU), except Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Slovakia, and the Uk.

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