All applications must be done in person.
Your application for a Schengen short-term visa should be lodged at the Common Application Centre, Šubičeva 10 in Ljubljana. Your application for a MVV long-term or a visa for Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles should be lodged at the Netherlands Embassy in Zagreb (Croatia). For more detailed information please contact the Embassy by telephone (+385 1 464 2200) or email. Postal applications can not be accepted.
Nationals who need a visa for a stay of up to 90 days, but have a valid residence permit for Slovenia do not need to apply for a Schengen short-term visa if their stay in the Netherlands is not longer than 90 days within a period of six months.
Information for Slovene companies about deploying employees of nationalities which need a visa for the Netherlands
Employees with a nationality for which a visa is required can live and work in the Netherlands for a maximum of 90 days every six months if they have a valid residence permit for Slovenia and the Slovene company is taking care of a project in the Netherlands with its own employees. They have to register themselves within 72 hours after arrival at the aliens police and the Slovene company should fill out form E101 for each employee to register them at CWI (www.werk.nl ).
If the Slovene company provides employees to a Dutch company and this Dutch company does the supervision during the project, employees, with a nationality for which a visa is required, need a working permit for the Netherlands. The procedure should be solved by the Dutch company.
When the working period is longer than 3 months a temporary residence permit is required. This is a complicated process which requires time and money. The fastest way is to start this procedure in the Netherlands. Otherwise you can contact the embassy in Zagreb by telephone (+385 1 464 2200 ) or send an e-mail. For more information you can also click on the following link: www.ind.nl.