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Address3-3-10 Hiroo
Shibuya-ku
Tokyo 150-0012
Japan
Phonelocal: (03) 5469.3014
international: +81.3.5469.3014
Faxlocal: (03) 5469.3015
international: +81.3.5469.3015
Emailcroemb.tokyo@mvpei.hr
Web sitehttp://jp.mfa.hr
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Eric
Mon, 20 May 2013 15:58 EDT
Re: How to apply for Croatia visa Taiwan
Hey Daniel, in Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro you will automatically get a tourist visa on the airport, and you can stay in this country for three months without a problem, you don't have to pay anything, I think that's in all countries like this, good luck.
Sincerely Eric.
Daniel Yen Chiong
Fri, 10 May 2013 05:48 EDT
How to apply for Croatia visa in Taiwan?
Dear sir :
I am a Philippine citizenship ,but my wife is Taiwanese,so I have the residence permit.My wife and I plan to participate the packaged tour group of the Taiwan to Croatia Slovenia Montenegro in September this year,due to my wife is Taiwanese without visa ,but I am a Filipino need to apply the visa.but Croatia is not established the Embassy in Taiwan not yet , So there are following questions :

1 How to apply the visa for Croatia in Taiwan ?
2 If I can not apply for visa in Taiwan,Where can I apply for?
3 Which documents do I need to prepare ?
4 How much time? How much does it cost?
5 If you are approved for visa , whether it can go to Slovenia and Montenegro without visa ?

Thank you for your help !

Daniel yen Chiong 2013/5/10

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