Passport from Bosnia & Herzegovina Introduction
Last Updated 4th February 2017 06:14:35 AM
The Bosnia and Herzegovina passport is a passport issued to citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina for international travel.

Since the signing of the 1995 peace accords which ended the war, BiH has been composed of two governing entities: the Bosniak-Croat Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Bosnian Serb Republic (Republika Srpska)

Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two entities: the Bosniak-Croat Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, which is largely Serb. The Brcko district formally belongs to both entities Passports are issued by the Cantonal Ministries of Interior in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and by the Ministry of Interior in Republika Srpska. and by the Public Register in Brcko District, according to the applicant's place of residence.

The Cantonal Ministries of Interior of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina are located in Una-Sava, Posavina, Tuzla, Zenica-Doboj, Bosnian Podrinje, Central Bosnia, Herzegovina-Neretva, West Herzegovina, Sarajevo and Canton 10.

BiH began issuing its own passports in December 1992 and ceased recognizing the validity of passports issued by the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) in November 1993.

Passport issuance in Bosnia is administered at police stations. Passports for citizens residing outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as diplomatic passports, are issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while service passports are issued by the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

13-digit personal identification number (Jedinstveni matični broj građana, JMBG)
 
Passport Series I
 
Passport Series II

Passport Series IV