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Obtain Visa for Liechtenstein

Obtain Visa for Liechtenstein

Updated on Tuesday 18th July 2017

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Obtain Visa for Liechtenstein.jpgCitizens who want to enter Liechtenstein need to obtain a visa from the authorities in Switzerland who are responsible for the immigration and customs matters. EU (European Union) country members do not need visas to enter Liechtenstein for stays of up to 90 days. If you want to travel to Lichtenstein from countries outside the EU, a visa is required in this matter. Additional information and legal support can be obtained from our lawyers in Liechtenstein on request.
 

Liechtenstein entry conditions for EU citizens

 
Citizens from EU do not need a visa to enter Liechtenstein but a valid passport for at least 6 months is mandatory. Anyone can stay in Liechtenstein for 90 days, after this period being necessary other types of visas like residency or work permits. It is good to know that Switzerland and Liechtenstein share the same entry conditions, including the ones for passengers who only transit Liechtenstein. For a legal stay in Liechtenstein for work purposes, different conditions will apply, a matter where our attorneys in Liechtenstein can help.
 

Liechtenstein entry conditions for non-EU citizens

 
Citizens from countries like Albania, Morocco, Indonesia, North Korea, Belarus, Central African Republic, Moldova, Russia, Egypt, Uzbekistan, China, Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Sudan, Peru, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, Afghanistan, Madagascar, Libya, Maldives, Salomon Islands, Turkey or Georgia need a visa to enter Liechtenstein, with a validity of three months. The Swiss authorities will issue the visa if the following documents are prepared:
 
•    4 recent passport-size photographs;
•    a valid passport;
•    the application form;
•    the return tickets.
 
We remind that citizens who want to apply for a visa to enter Liechtenstein can submit the application at the Swiss Embassy in their home country. The visa can be issued in about 6 or 8 weeks prior to your arrival in Liechtenstein.
 
We invite you to get in touch with our law firm in Liechtenstein for complete information about how to obtain a visa for Liechtenstein.
 

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