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This website provides information on procedures applicable to prospective applicants residing in the area served by the Embassy of Slovenia in Beijing, China, who wish to apply for a Schengen Visa not exceeding 90 days to Slovenia. Visa applications can be submitted at the Visa Application Centre. The Visa applications are processed and the decisions are made at the Slovenia Mission.

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  • Wuhan Visa Application Centre closure from 23 January 2020 - Information for customers planning to visit our Wuhan Visa Application Centre

    Customers are advised that the Slovenia Visa Application Centre in Wuhan have been closed since 23 January 2020, on account of official notice from the Pneumonia Epidemic Control Headquarters of Wuhan to limit inflow and outflow of people and reduce the spread of the virus.

    Customers who come to collect their passports on 23 January will need to come when the VAC reopens.

    The reopening will be scheduled for after Chinese New Year, and will be announced separately according to the official notice from the Pneumonia Epidemic Control Headquarters of Wuhan. Please contact infojvac.wuhanchina@vfshelpline.com for any inquiry.

    We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

  • According to ADS rules, groups with 5 or more applicants with same itinerary must apply for ADS visa .
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