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Slovenian Embassy for Austria

Slovenian Embassy in Austria

Address: Kolingasse 12 / 3. Stock, 1090 Wien
City: Vienna (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  (+43 / 1) 319 11 60
Fax: (+43 / 1) 586 12 65
Emergency tel.: (+43) 676 620 41 75
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 12.00
Consular hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.00 – 12.00, Monday 12.00 – 16.00

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Vienna represents the Republic of Slovenia in the Republic of Austria, and protects and implements the interests of Slovenia, its citizens and legal entities in the Republic of Austria. Furthermore, it fosters and helps to develop friendly relations and further co-operation between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Austria.  

Within this framework, the main objectives of the embassy include:

  • Establishing and maintaining regular contacts with Austrian state institutions and their official representatives;
  • Providing information on Slovenia and the possibilities of co-operation in fields of common interest, as well as maintaining conditions for strengthening co-operation between the two countries in these fields;
  • Providing Austria with regular information on Slovenia’s positions, development and interests, and vice versa;
  • Establishing and supporting economic relations between the two countries;
  • Organising and participating in Slovenian cultural events in Austria;
  • Monitoring Austrian media reports on Slovenia and establishing contacts with journalists;
  • Establishing and strengthening relations with the Slovenian community in Austria;
  • Providing consular assistance to Slovenian citizens in Austria and issuing entry visas for foreign persons entering Slovenia.

The Republic of Slovenia issues passports according to the following principle: one person, one document – a Slovenian citizen or their legal representative can apply for a passport immediately after birth. It is not possible to register children in parents' passports.

Applying for a passport is only possible when a person is registered as a Slovenian citizen – in the case of children born abroad, it is necessary to initially register the child for citizenship. Only then it is possible to file an application for a Slovenian passport.

Citizens are obliged to immediately report a missing travel document, its loss or theft (hereinafter: missing document) to the relevant authority in the Republic of Slovenia (in cases where this is not possible, within 8 days at the latest). A holder of a missing document abroad must report it immediately, within 8 days at the latest after returning to Slovenia; if the holder has a permanent residence abroad, they must report the missing document within 30 days at the nearest diplomatic mission or consular post abroad. On behalf of minors or persons incapable of contracting, this should be done by their legal representative.

A report on the missing document must be made with a detailed description of the circumstances. False information in cases of missing documents is punishable by a fine of EUR 400 to 830. If it is established that the applicant's statement was false, the administrative authority administers a criminal complaint for the criminal offence in accordance with the Criminal Code.

The Embassy is the relevant authority for reports of missing identity cards (e.g. loss or theft). A Slovenian citizen who is missing their identity card is obliged to report the missing document within 8 days (or within 30 days if they are residing in Austria) to an administrative unit in Slovenia or directly at the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Vienna or at the Consulate General in Celovec/Klagenfurt.

Public and private documents, issued by authorities of third countries and intended for use in legal transactions in Slovenia, and documents, issued by Slovenian authorities and intended for use in third countries, must be authenticated in accordance with rules of international law. The Slovenian Embassy in Vienna is competent for the authentication and legalisation of signatures and stamps of missions of third countries in Vienna that are deposited at the Embassy, and for the authentication/legalisation of signatures and stamps of authorised employees of the Consular Department of the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia.

Legal basis: Act amending The Residence Registration Act (Official Gazette of the RS, no. 59/06, 111/2007 – hereinafter: ZPPreb). A person must: register a permanent residence address and its change; deregister the address if they permanently leave the area of the Republic of Slovenia; report a temporary departure from Slovenia, longer than three months; and register and deregister a temporary residence address.

A person must register with the relevant authority within 8 days a permanent residence address and its change when they permanently reside somewhere or change the residence address; they must also report a change of address if they permanently leave Slovenia. Deregistration of a permanent residence must be reported to the relevant authority before departure.

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