Nationals of the following states may enter into Bosnia and Herzegovina with a passport or a valid identity card proving identity and citizenship of:
Member State of the European Union
State signatory to the Schengen Agreement
Andorra, Montenegro, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Serbia, the Holy See and Swiss Confederation
Detailed information on citizens of other countries that are exempted from visas for entry and short-term stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina, can be found here.
Most other visitors need a visa which can be obtained at embassies and consular offices of Bosnia and Herzegovina throughout the world. Officially, the people who are in Bosnia and Herzegovina entered with visas should be registered with the police within 24 hours of departure.
If you are crossing Bosnia and Herzegovina border by car, it is necessary to possess the evidence of registration of the vehicle, proof of ownership of the vehicle and evidence of ownership of automobile liability insurance that is valid for the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. If your insurance does not apply in Bosnia and Herzegovina it is necessary to buy insurance at the border crossing.
The minimum amount of financial resources required for the stay of foreigners on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina is BAM 150.00 (or equivalent in freely convertible foreign currency) - for each day of the intended stay.
Rulebook on the procedure of visa issuance in diplomatic and consular missions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and technical matters regarding conditions for the issuance of airport transit visas (Visa A) and transit visas (Visa B)
Rulebook on the issuance of long stay visas (Visa D) and the procedure of issuing these visas
Request for visa expiration date extension is to be submitted to an authority of the Ministry of the Interior, competent for foreign citizens' matters, according to place of temporary residence of foreign citizen.
Visa expiration date is to be extended for the period of up to 90 days.