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Please, be informed that internal political situation has deteriorated in the Republic of Zimbabwe and currently, the military established control in this country.

Publication date: 15.11.2017
 

 

Against the background of the deteriorated security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia warns its citizens to visit the DRC capital Kinshasa only in case of extreme necessity. At the same time, the Ministry recommends the citizens of Georgia to abstain from all travels to other towns or regions of DRC.

 

 

Publication date: 24.05.2017
 

From 28th of March 2017, a visa free regime with the European Union enters into force for the citizens of Georgia. Therefore, from 28 March 2017, Georgian citizens will be able to travel without visa for maximum of 90 days in 180 days period to the following countries of the European Union and Schengen Zone: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Greece, France, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Finland, Sweden, Czech Republic, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Romania and Croatia.

Publication date: 20.03.2017
 

Embassy of Georgia in the Republic of South Africa is happy to inform that following respective decision of the Government of South Africa, from now on, a citizen of Georgia willing to pay a visit to South Africa will not have to visit South African Embassy in person to apply for a short-term (90 days) visa.

Publication date: 07.12.2016
 

The Embassy of Georgia in the Republic of South Africa would like to inform that the new visa policy entered in force in Georgia from 5 June 2015. According to the new policy, the citizens of the Republic of South Africa, Republic of Botswana and the Republic of Mauritius enjoy a visa-free regime for travelling and / or staying in Georgia for the period of one full year.

Publication date: 01.09.2014
 

Information for the Citizens of Georgia holding the citizenship of other Countries and for the foreigners seeking for the citizenship of Georgia.

Publication date: 19.06.2013
 

Any document (civil acts (birth certificate, etc), company registration document, Power of Attorney, etc.) issued in any Foreign State needs authentication by Apostille or relevant legalisation procedure in order for that document to have legal validity in Georgia. The Document issued by the Member-States of the Hague Convention on Abolishing the Requirement for Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (Apostille Convention) must be authenticated with an Apostille Certificate and no further legalisation or Embassy Certification is needed.

Publication date: 04.02.2013
 
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