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Croatia Visa from Bangladesh

Capital City:
Kuna (HRK)
Local Time:
GMT + 1
Telephone Code :
+ 385
Closed on Saturday afternoon and Sunday.
Exchange Rate:
1.00 HRK (Croatian Kuna) is equivalent to 11.25 BDT

Check List


The applicants are requested to read the basic requirements carefully and conform to the same while submitting the application. The applicant may, however, be asked to provide additional documents, if required, by the Embassy.

1)  Application Form (2 copy):

To be filled out (in block letters) in English or Croatian language and signed by the applicant (field no. 37 and last field) or a parent or legal guardian on behalf of minors. To download Visa Application Form, Please Click HereYou can also fill up the Application Form online, take print out & duly submit with all other documents. Please visit https://crovisa.mvep.hr/to fill-up the form online.

2)  Passport: 

Issued within the last 10 years, with expiry date exceeding the expiry date of the requested visa by a minimum of three(3) months, and containing at least two empty pages (back to back). No alteration or handwritten amendment concerning the data page.

3)  Color Photocopies

 of full passport (for all old and recent).

4) Face photograph: 

Recent, in color, 35×45 mm; the person is to be captured with neutral facial expression, with his/her eyes open and mouth closed. The photograph of a person, who for religious or medical reasons is wearing a head cover, must show the person’s cheeks, chin and forehead.

5) Cover letter:

Covering Letter from applicant on company’s letter head stating name, designation, Passport Number, purpose and outlining who will be responsible for the full costs of the trip – travel, accommodation, expenses etc. The letter should be duly signed by the applicant and addressed to – The Visa Officer, Embassy of Croatia, New Delhi.

6) Ensured accommodation for the stay in Croatia:

Hotel booking, private or other accommodation, real estate title deed or lease, proof of ownership or lease of a boat etc., guaranteed and confirmed on applicant’s name with complete address, contact person and phone number in Croatia. Accommodation can be provided by the guarantor if so indicated in the Letter of Guarantee.

7)  Transportation: 

Return travel ticket or confirmed booking (for air/surface/sea transport)

8)  Travel Health Insurance: 

To cover the possible expenses related to repatriation, for health reasons, urgent medical assistance and/or urgent hospitalization.- For single / double entry visa – covering the entire period of stay in Croatia
a. For multiple entry visa – covering the period of first stay in Croatia along with a filled out statement for subsequent visits
b. The lowest sum insured must be equivalent of Euro 30,000.00
c. The list of approved travel insurance companies for India is attached.

9)  Minimum funds 

to cover estimated stay in the Republic of Croatia are –

a. Euro 70 per day – to support oneself during the stay in Croatia and to return to the state of residence or to travel to a third state.

b. Euro 30 per day – for an applicant holding business / private visit guarantee letter from Croatia OR proof of fully paid hotel booking or a similar document.


a. Three months bank statement (saving and current a/c, as applicable), in original – duly signed and stamped by authorized official of the respective bank, and

b. Three years Income Tax returns (personal and company, as applicable), and

c. Copy of international credit card with three months credit card statement

d. Endorsement on passport / receipt of purchase of foreign exchange (if required)


10) Proof of current social and professional status in native country:
a. For Service:

A Forwarding Letter issued by the employer on company’s official letterhead establishing position of the employee in the company, years in service and grant of leave

b. For Business/self-employed:

Visa request letter on official letterhead with company registration papers

c. For Student:

A Letter from school/university for grant of leave and copy of the valid ID.

11) Self-addressed mail:

Prepaid and self-addressed registered delivery envelope if the applicant desires the passport to be returned by post.


12)  Letter of Invitation:

The original copy of a letter of invitation signed by a Croatian citizen, or a foreign citizen with an approved residence in Croatia, verified by a public notary in Croatia. The letter should be addressed to – The Visa Officer, Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in India.

13)  Authorization Letter

for Submission & Collection of Passport.

14)  For minors and persons deprived of legal capacity –

visa application shall be submitted by a parent(s) / legal guardian(s), including-
a. Birth certificate of the minor, if the parents are the legal guardians, or
b. The decision of the competent body designating the legal guardian.

If a minor is travelling without a parent/legal guardian, (s)he must carry a notarized consent of a parent(s) /legal guardian(s) that shall contain personal information of the parent/legal guardian and the purpose, the period and length of stay in Croatia, the period for which the consent is issued, and the signature of the parent/legal guardian.

15 ) Copy of all relevant pages of current and old passports

with copies of all previous (valid and expired) visas and used pages of current and old passports.

16)  Proof of the purpose of stay in Croatia






1)  Original

Letter of guarantee filled out by a guarantor – legal person from Croatia (format enclosed  Jamstveno Pismo Pravna Osoba)

2) Guarantor

legal person must enclose to the Letter of guarantee a document proving its liquidity (“Bon 1”, “Bon 2”, certificate of the commercial court that no liquidation proceedings have been initiated, etc.)

3) The Letter of guarantee

must be signed by the person authorized to represent the guarantor and certified by official stamp.

If the original guarantee letter is submitted at the Division for Visas, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia in Zagreb, Croatia (against payment of consular fee), copy of the same has to be submitted with the application.





Guaranteed confirmation on applicant’s name of –

1)  Certificate of a paid tourist package

2)  Booking of a hotel or other accommodation

3)  Private accommodation booking (copy of the decision of the competent office in Croatia approving the renting)

4)  Proof of ownership or lease of a boat/yacht etc.

5)  Day to day itinerary with ensured accommodation for the entire stay.

All the documents as stated above must have complete address, contact person and phone number in Croatia.





1)  Original Letter of guarantee filled out by a guarantor – 

natural person from Croatia (format enclosed  Jamstveno Pismo Fizicka Osoba)

a. Guarantor – natural person may be a Croatian national or a foreigner with granted residence in Croatia, who receives income or has financial means in the Republic of Croatia

b. Guarantor – natural person must enclose to the Letter of guarantee a proof of continuous source of income in the Republic of Croatia during the last three months (certificate of salary, certificate of pension) or a corresponding proof of possessing funds in the bank.

c. Guarantor’s signature on the Letter of guarantee must be certified by a public notary in Croatia.

If the original guarantee letter is submitted at the Division for Visas, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia in Zagreb, Croatia (against payment of consular fee), copy of the same has to be submitted with the application.





1)  The date of issuance of all documents, as listed above, shall not be older than three months, except passport.

2) Submitting a visa application, including all the required documents, does not automatically mean that the visa will be issued.

3)  An issued visa is not a guarantee that a foreign citizen will be permitted to enter the Republic of Croatia. On every crossing of the border, the police may require the foreign citizen to present a photocopy of the Letter of Guarantee in case of both private and business visits, and it is, therefore, recommendable to carry the Letter of Guarantee, as well as the proof of having sufficient funds, in hand baggage.

4)  The decision to refuse a visa, indicating reasons for such a decision, shall be delivered to the applicant in a visa refusal/annulment/revocation form.

5)  A foreign citizen may file a complaint against the decision to refuse a visa through the competent Embassy of the Republic of Croatia, within 15 days from the date of receipt of the decision on visa refusal/annulment/ revocation. The complaint shall be filed in Croatian. The fee for non-European countries is HRK 260 or EUR 34 or US$ 45, according to Section 78b of the Law on Administrative Fees.

6)  The visa application fee is non-refundable once the application has been accepted at the Embassy.

7)  An Embassy may invite the applicant to an interview; require him/her to submit further documents and/or certified translation as well as the international certification (apostille) of the documents.

8)  Any falsification of the documents and the use of such documents may be subject to criminal prosecution.

9)  Cancellation of accommodation after issuance of visa for the Republic of Croatia may lead to revocation of visa.

10)  A duly notarized letter of Authority for submission and collection of passports/other documents issued in favor of VISAThing is required.