12. 4. 2017Today, 12 April 2017, State Secretary Boštjan Šefic presented the conclusions of the meeting of the Working Party on Frontiers, which took place in Brussels, and the measures Slovenia will adopt regarding systematic checks at the external Schengen borders during the coming holidays."Slovenia is a member of the Schengen area and covers the border between Slovenia and Croatia, one of the most heavi... More »
10. 4. 2017On Friday, 7 April, Slovenia started implementing mandatory systematic checks of all travellers (both EU citizens and third-country nationals) at the external Schengen border. Tougher checks are a result of the amended Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the reinforcement of checks against relevant databases at external borders.Increased traffic had already been expected this last weekend as... More »
9. 4. 2017Based on a risk analysis and an assessment of the situation at the external Schengen border, measures have been adopted in line with the regulation in order to reduce waiting times at border crossings. The purpose is to make sure cross-border flow remains as smooth as possible while measures to keep the EU secure are in place. The police may, on an as-needed basis and having regard to proportionality, suspend systematic checks of passengers posin...
Information for foreigners
Information for foreigners who want to enter to the Republic of Slovenia, who want to live or work here.
The Ministry of the Interior set up a web portal with a wide range of information needed by foreigners to be able to live and work in the Republic of Slovenia. Accessibility of information, particularly with regard to rights and obligations and the possibility of development within society, is a key factor for successful integration into Slovenian society.
Police Activities in Connection with Current Migration Flows