Bosnia & Herzegovina Visa – Visa & Passport Requirements for U.S. Citizens

Before taking a trip to any other country in the world, you should always go through and make sure that all of your necessary documents are in order. Though a Bosnia & Herzegovina Visa (tourist visa, a business visa or a visitor visa) will not be required for all United States citizens traveling to Bosnia & Herzegovina, you will be required to submit a landing card if you arrive via an international airport. This card will be issued to you by the airline that you’re using.

Check Passport Validity

You’ll also want to go through and make sure that your official United States passport will remain valid for at least 90 days after your trip begins. An additional step to take involves making sure that your passport has enough blank visa pages to accommodate for any stamps or stickers that may be necessary upon your arrival. Most experts recommend that you keep at least two full blank pages for this purpose.

Finally, you’ll want to look closely at your travel itinerary and make sure that any countries that you’ll be stopping in before your arrival in Bosnia Herzegovina do not have a new passport or visa requirements.

If you need to apply for a new passport, renew your existing one, obtain additional visa blank pages or perform any other type of necessary task, you can easily do so using expedited passport services in your area.

Bosnia & Herzegovina Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & ConsulateAddressPhone Number
Embassy of Bosnia & Herzegovina in Washington DC
2109 E Street NW
District of Columbia, 20037
United States
Consulate General of Bosnia & Herzegovina in
500 North Michigan Ave, Suite 750
Chicago,  IL 60611
United States

Additional Bosnia & Herzegovina Information

CurrencyConvertible mark(BAM)
LanguageBosnian, Croatian and Serbian
ElectricityVoltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type F
Country Code1+387
Time Zone

Summer (DST)CEST (UTC+2)