Consular section of the
Estonian Embassy in Tbilisi:
information (including visas) is available:
via phone +995 32 2 365127
via e-mail: Tbilisi.Consular@mfa.ee
in regard of Estonian passport, residence permit and other
questions, excl visas, take place Monday-Thursday from 10.30 - 13.00
only by pre-booking an appointment via Tbilisi.Consular@mfa.ee or online.
of visa-applications from Monday to Friday from 10.30 -
13.00 only by pre-booking an appointment through e-mail Tbilisi.Consular@mfa.ee. Applicants
who wish to book an appointment should send their full name and DOB, also
purpose of visit. We will contact you via e-mail during one working day and
send the appointment time.
Please note, that it is compulsory to pre-fill an online
application form and submit the printed and signed form.
Applications filled out by hand are not accepted. For Georgian citizens the
visa fee is 35 €.
Embassy in Tbilisi issues Schengen visas on behalf of Denmark.
Consular section is closed for public on Estonian and Georgian national
liberalization for Georgian citizens in force from 28 March 2017
Starting from 28 March 2017, Georgian citizens, holding
valid biometric passports, will be exempted from the visa requirement when
travelling to the Schengen Area for a short stay of up to 90 days within a
180-day period. This means that as of this date Georgian citizens in possession
of a valid biometric passport no longer have to apply for a short-stay Schengen
Therefore, the consular section of the Estonian Embassy in Tbilisi will
no longer accept short-stay-visa applications from Georgian citizens with
biometric passports who intend to travel to Estonia on 28 March 2017 or later.
the visa exemption does not mean that travelers will be automatically allowed
to enter the territory of Estonia and other Schengen countries. Georgian
citizens must be able to present to the border police all the documents
explaining the purpose and conditions of their stay.
details, please refer to the FAQ
section of the Office of the State Minister of Georgia on European and
Euro-Atlantic Integration (in Georgian), or Delegation
of the European Union to Georgia.
- Georgian citizens
with non-biometric passports have to apply for visa as usually, despite the
- Georgian citizens who wish to stay for more
than 90 days in Estonia need to apply for a national visa (D visa).