Convert Your Foreign Driver’s License in Montenegro [Montenegro Driver’s License]

By Fatima Turla June 29th, 2021 Posted in Europe Travel Blog, Montenegro, Travel Blog No comments

This article will show you a guide and steps on how to convert your foreign driver’s license in Montenegro.

Convert Your Foreign Driver's License in Montenegro [Montenegro Driver's License]
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Living in another country is more challenging than it sounds. From processing the papers and documents to the adjusting period, it is definitely not easy. You need to remember a lot of things: laws, culture, language, cost of living, local daily lives, etc., but here, we will talk about how you can convert your foreign driver’s license in Montenegro. This applies to those who already have a driver’s license in their home country.

Steps on How You Can Convert Your Foreign Driver’s License in Montenegro

Step 1:  With the help of a certified interpreter or translator, translate your driver’s license into Montenegrin. Bring this document with you when you apply for getting a Montenegrin driver’s license. 

Step 2: Submit the application/request to the Ministry of the Interior Affairs (MUP) at the branch in the municipality that issued your residence permit. You will receive the application form at the branch of MUP. 

Step 3: Attach your valid foreign driver’s license

Step 4: Show proof that you have lived abroad for at least 6 months. It can be a certificate from a travel document, a confirmation from the company where you worked or a school certificate, etc.

Step 5: Submit a medical certificate (LJEKARSKO UVJERENJE) not older than 6 months. You can get this at the health center in the municipality that issued your residence permit. This document costs around 30 euros and is not needed by persons under 40 years of age. 

Note: The Diplomatic and Consular Missions, the Missions of the Foreign States, and International Organizations’ staff’s Representations do not have to submit this paper either.

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Step 6: Pay specific amount/fees for issuing documents. Fill in the payment slip and pay the sum requested at a nearby bank or post office. Always keep a copy of the payment slip because you will need to submit it as a proof of the requested payment. Here’s how you can fill out a payment slip:

MUP account 825 – 50 – 71 (Broj ralučna primaoca plaćanja), model 05. 

Reference number (poziv na broj) is different for every municipality. 

Purpose: Ostale uplate. 

Amount: 100.00 EUR

Step 7: Pay the 5.00 EUR fee in the same way as in step 6 to this bank account: MUP-a: 825-42-95, model 05

Reference number (poziv na broj) is different for every municipality. 

Purpose: Isprave

Step 8: Pay the 10.00 EUR fee in the same way as in step 6 to this bank account: MUP-a: 825-50-71, model 05

Reference number (poziv na broj) is different for every municipality. 

Convert Your Foreign Driver's License in Montenegro [Montenegro Driver's License]
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Fatima Turla2Hi there! I’m Fatima. My first major travel was in 2016 in the beautiful city of Cebu. After that, I got interested in traveling. Now I enjoy learning languages and other country’s cultures. My goal is to visit at least one country each year and to share my experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness my journey by following me on Instagram.​​​​​​​

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Written by Fatima Turla

Fatima is a full-time writer of Two Monkeys Travel. Her first major trip was in 2016 and got really interested in traveling. She also enjoys learning languages and other country’s cultures. She has a goal to visit at least one country each year and share her experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness her journey by following her on Instagram.

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