San Marino passport
|San Marino passport|
Front cover of the San Marino biometric passport
Visa requirements for San Marino citizens
Visa free access
Visa on arrival
Visa available both on arrival or online
|Date first issued||12 October 2006 (current version)|
|Issued by||San Marino|
|Type of document||Passport|
|Eligibility requirements||San Marino citizenship|
|Expiration||10 years (applicants aged over 14); 5 years (applicants aged 3-14); 3 years (applicants aged under 3)|
Applications for a San Marino passport are lodged at the Passport Office in San Marino (or, in the case of citizens living overseas, at San Marino diplomatic missions) with the following documents:
- completed passport application form 
- certificates of birth, citizenship, residence (or relevant self-certification form)
- certificates of criminal record, pending suit and full civil capacity (to be issued by the Court without stamp duty)
- two photographs, one of which certified by the Registrar of Vital Statistics (also in this case it is possible to use the self-certification form)
In general, the processing time for a passport application is 15 days.
The application fee is €60 for applicants aged over 14, €20 for applicants aged 3–14 and €10 for applicants aged under 3.
In 2014, San Marino citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 151 countries and territories, ranking the Sammarinese passport 16th. It is currently (2016) the only European "ordinary" passport to provide visa-free access to China, and of all nationals who can travel visa-free to China, the citizens of San Marino are granted the longest period to stay (90 days).
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