Thursday, 19 October 2017

Depending on the duration and purpose of your journey to Greece, you may apply for a short-term “Schengen visa” or a long-term “national visa” for a stay of longer than 90 days.

The citizens of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are not subject to “visa Schengen” (tourist visa) requirement. See the list of countries the nationals of which need or do not require a “Schengen visa” for a stay of up to 90-days in the Schengen area.

Visa applicants may submit their application to the Consular, Economic and Commercial Office of the Hellenic Republic in Bitola, upon prior appointment.

Consular Jurisdiction of the Consular, Economic and Commercial Office of the Hellenic Republic in Bitola consists of the following twenty nine (29) municipalities:

Bitola, Bogdanci, Centar Zupa, Debar, Debarca, Demir Hisar, Demir Kapija, Dolneni, Drugovo, Dojran, Gevgelija, Kavadarci, Kicevo, Krinogastni, Krusevo, Makedonski Brod, Mogila, Negotino, Novaci, Ohrid, Oslomej, Plasnica, Prilep, Resen, Rosoman, Struga, Vranestica, Vevcani, Zajas.   

The Consular, Economic and Commercial Office of the Hellenic Republic in Bitola is open to the public for visa matters from  Tuesday to Thursday, 09:30 –- 15:30 upon prior appointment. For clarifications regarding the supporting documents required as well as any other issue, you may contact us by calling to the +389 47 237340, +389 47 237350 on week days from 09:00 –- 15:30 or by sending an email to ##0  

Please pay special attention : your passport must be valid for at least six months after the date you submit your application for a Schengen visa.
In order to arrange the date of the interview you may call us from 09:00 to 15:30, to the +389 47 237340, +389 47 237350

The address of the Consular, Economic and Commercial Office of the Hellenic Republic in Bitola is : Tomaki Dimitrovski 39, 7000 Bitola.

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