na vrh

Family Reunification

Every foreign national who meets the conditions defined by the Law on Foreigners in the Republic of Serbia has the right to family reunification in Serbia. Family reunification is possible in most cases, but sometimes it turns out to be more difficult than it has to be.

In terms of exercising the right to family reunification, every foreigner living and working in Serbia can submit an application on their own. Since there are specific conditions, as well as special documentation that must be attached to the application for family reunification, this process can take a long time.

HMC DIGITAL offers complete services for exercising the right to family reunification to all interested foreign nationals living in Serbia and their families abroad. The services include checking the fulfilment of the conditions for family reunification, collecting documentation, filling out the required forms, as well as other services to successfully complete the family reunification process.

You can see at the link Family Reunification in Serbia what we can do for you in terms of family reunification, and order the package in just a few minutes.

Basic conditions for reunifying a foreigner's family in Serbia

Temporary residence on the grounds of family reunification can be granted for three categories of foreigners:

  1. to a foreigner who is a member of the nuclear family of a national of the Republic of Serbia
  2. to a foreigner who is a member of the nuclear family of a foreigner with granted temporary residence or permanent residence
  3. to a foreigner who is a member of the nuclear family of a foreigner who has been granted asylum in the Republic of Serbia

The Law on Foreigners considers the nuclear family to include spouses, extramarital partners, their children regardless of whether they were born in or out of wedlock, as well as stepchildren up to the age of 18 who have not entered into marriage.

Exceptionally, the circle of persons who make up the nuclear family can be extended to certain categories of persons due to their dependence and lack of adequate family care in the country of origin, as well as due to the inability of a family member to meet their needs because of his/her health condition.

In any case, in order for a family reunification to take place under the Law on Foreigners, the general conditions for granting temporary residence must be met, which include, among other things, the obligation to submit personal documents and address registration, as well as proofs of means for subsistence during the stay, of health insurance, of the application justifiability and of the administrative fee payment.