About Us

Slovenia


Service locations

The Australian Consulate in Ljubljana has no visa function. Our office in Vienna, Austria, manages visa and citizenship services for clients in Slovenia.  

Note: Slovenian nationals can apply online for most Australian visas and citizenship through ImmiAccount. This is the preferred and most efficient way to apply. Any paper applications (where applicable) should be sent to the Australian Embassy, Berlin.

Australian Embassy

Belgrade

Belgrade
Summary

This office provides immigration and visa services to clients in Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia (Former Yugoslav Republic of), Montenegro, Romania and Slovenia.

Street address

The Australian Embassy
8th Floor
Vladimira Popovica 38-40
11070 New Belgrade
Serbia

Postal address

As above

Additional information

Payment​ information

Online payment is the preferred payment method. If you are lodging an online application, payment is made when you submit the application.

If you are lodging a paper application, you can login to ImmiAccount, select My Payments from the Manage Payments section, then select Pre-Pay Paper Service. After you have made your payment, record the receipt number on your application and include a copy of your receipt.

More information on How to pay for an application is available

Citizenship

Citizenship by descent, citizenship by conferral and applications for evidence of citizenship can be lodged online through ImmiAccount.

Applications for citizenship by descent are processed at the Australian High Commission London.​​

​Applications to resume or renounce (give up) Australian citizenship should be sent to the Australian address on the form.​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​

Panel physician

Ljubljana

University Medical Center Ljubljana
Summary
​Radiology examinations
Street address

Zaloska 7
1000 Ljubljana​

Telephone

+386 1 522 5140

Fax

+386 1 522 2497

ZVD Zavod za varstvo pri delu d o o
Summary
​Medical examinations
Street address

Chengdujska Cesta 25
1000 Ljubljana​

Telephone

+386 0 1 585 5100
Personal telephone of Primary Professor: +385 0 1 585 5106

Electronic contact

Marjan.Bilban@zvd.si

Police check

Slovenia

Slovenia
Street address

Ministry of Justice
Zupanciceva 3
1000 Ljubljana
SLOVENIA

Telephone

(386) 1 3695200

Website
http://www.mp.gov.si
Additional information

Relevant document: Applicants are required to provide two certificates :

  • Certificate of No Convictions ( Potrdilo o nekaznovanosti) from the Ministry of Justice
  • Certificate of No Current Criminal Proceedings (Potrdilo da oseba ni v kazenskem postopku) from the County Court (Okrajno sodišce) at place of the applicant’s last residence.

Residents:

  • Apply for a Certificate of No Convictions (Potrdilo o nekaznovanosti) from the Ministry of Justice:
    • in person
    • by mail, fax or email
    • digitally (only possible if you are in possession of a qualified digital certificate/electronic signature - http://euprava.gov.si/storitve/cms/page/kje_dobiti_cert )
    • at a mission abroad.
      Applications can be submitted at:
      Ministrstvo za pravosodje (Ministry of Justice)
      Župančičeva 3
      1000 Ljubljana
      Slovenia
      Fax: +386/1/ 369 5625
      Email: ke.mp@gov.si (attaching a scan of the completed form)
      Website: http://www.mp.gov.si
  • Apply for a Certificate of No Criminal Proceedings (Potrdilo da oseba ni v kazenskem postopku) from the County Court (Okrajno sodišce) at place of the applicant’s last residence.

Non-residents:

  • Apply for a Certificate of No Convictions (Potrdilo o nekaznovanosti) from the Ministry of Justice electronically or by post (see contact details above).
  • Apply for Certificate of No Criminal Proceedings (Potrdilo da oseba ni v kazenskem postopku) from the County/Municiple Court (Okrajno sodišce) at place of the applicant’s last residence, or authorise a third party to apply on their behalf.

Provide: Identity document/certificate of identity and the reason for the request. The application form and instructions are available from the Ministry of Justice or on their website.
Fee: Nil.
Processing time: Approximately one – two  days.