When do Bosnians & Herzegovinians Need and Not Need an ETIAS Visa Waiver?
No ETIAS visa waiver is needed for Bosnians & Herzegovinian who do not want to
visit within the Schengen area. These include EU nations like Ireland, Cyprus,
Croatia, Romania, and Bulgaria, as well as non-EU nations in Europe who are
not part of the Schengen agreement.
Bosnians & Herzegovinians will have to arrange legal transit and travel in
these areas as per normal. Bosnians & Herzegovinians should go to the local
representative of the nation they want to go to, to learn what visa is going
to be required.
The ETIAS visa will be needed for Bosnians & Herzegovinian to travel for
business, medical access, or pleasure to all of the Schengen and defacto
Schengen states. The 22 Schengen states in the EU that the ETIAS visa waiver
will give Bosnians & Herzegovinians access to are (Finland, Portugal, Malta,
Slovenia, Greece, Belgium, Italy, France, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Spain,
Luxembourg, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Netherlands,
Estonia, and the Czech Republic). ETIAS also includes Schengen states that are
not in the EU: Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Iceland.
The defacto Schengen states that Bosnians & Herzegovinians can access with
their ETIAS visa are the micro-states held within Schengen nations. These are
Vatican City and San Marino in Italy, and Monaco in France.