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 (2018), along with Serbian passport and Bosnian passport, among the only European "ordinary" passports to provide visa-free access to China, and of all nationals who can travel visa-free to China, the citizens of San Marino and Bosnia are granted the longest period to stay (90 days).
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