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Re: Facilitated visa application process for Kosovo

Hi Ajayi,

This option is meant for countries that can't send their passports by mail. It is dependent on the entry rules of the country where the Kosovo consulate processing visas is located.

Please check the entry rules for citizens of your country to Turkey or Albania.

Debconf22 visa team

On Thu, Apr 28, 2022 at 7:48 PM ajayi olatunji <ajayiolatunji17@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you for this information.

Please, are there any provisions of such for Nigerians and other African countries?

On Thu, 28 Apr 2022, 6:14 pm Paulo Henrique de Lima Santana, <phls@debian.org> wrote:

>From Debconf22 visa team:

For those that are legally unable to send their passports by mail to a Kosovo
consulate outside their country, physical presence at certain Kosovo consulates
to receive the visa is necessary.

We understand that physical walk-in twice in one of our consulates processing
visas is a burden, therefore we have a slightly more convenient option.

In this case, once your visa is approved through the remote application, visa
stamping will be on walk in.

Starting on April 20th, neighboring Albania allows visa free entrance for
citizens of India (also Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and Thailand).

Considering this, we suggest that citizens of countries listed above fly into
Tirana International Airport and have the Kosovo visa stamped at the Kosovo
Embassy in Tirana, instead of doing the same in Istanbul.

If you pick the Tirana option, by May 1st please update us of your choice in
follow up to your earlier email to us, or when you initially email us the copy
of your passport as advised previously.

Read the visa procedure page on the website:

Thank you,

Paulo Henrique de Lima Santana (phls)
Belo Horizonte - Brasil
Debian Developer
Diretor do Instituto para Conservação de Tecnologias Livres
Site: http://phls.com.br
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