Visa policy of Albania

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Visa policy of Albania

Visitors to Albania must obtain a visa from one of the Albanian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or are qualified for a visa-free entry.[1][2]

A passport is required. However, a subset of citizens eligible for visa-free travel can enter the country with only their ID cards in lieu of their passports.[3]

Visa-Free[edit]

Holders of passports of the following 76 jurisdictions can enter Albania without a visa:[4]

1 - may enter using the ID card. Except Liechtenstein for EFTA.
2 - citizens of these countries staying for more than 90 days within the period of six months, need to obtain visa type D.
3 - states, whose citizens enter without visas due to their visa liberalization with the Schengen area.

Citizens of the following 6 countries may enter Albania without a visa during the period 25 May - 25 September:

Additionally, all foreigners, regardless of nationality, who are holding a valid multiple entries Schengen visa, that such visa is previously used in one of the countries of Schengen Area, or have a valid stay permission in one of the countries of Schengen area or who are holding a valid multiple entries visa of the United States or the United Kingdom, that such visa is previously used in these respective countries, or have valid stay permission in those countries.

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