If a person intends to stay in Estonia for longer than one year, they must apply for a Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) at the Embassy, and travel to Estonia after receiving the TRP card from the Embassy. In certain cases (study, start-up business, working at a start-up) it is possible to apply at the Embassy for a D-visa even if the intended stay is longer than one year. In these cases, the applicant would travel to Estonia on a D-visa, and then apply for a Temporary Residence Permit at the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board. You may also apply for a D-visa and a TRP at the same time. The processing time for a D-visa is about 15 working days, and processing time of TRP is 2-3 months.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR TRP APPLICATION
Below are the main documents required to apply for a TRP, and for a full list of supporting documents, please refer to the different categories on the Estonian Police and Border Guard website HERE.
All forms should be filled out online, printed, and signed.
- 1 digital colour photo (click HERE for photo requirements abides by guidelines)
- Additional documents
For Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka passports!
Original Marriage Certificate and Birth Certificates must be legalized by home country’s MEA
Please book an online appointment in person – choose from the calendar “other proceedings” (residence permit) and add to the comment the main reason for applying the TRP.
|Temporary Residence Permit||80 €|
|To settle with spouse or close relative who is an Estonian citizen||50 €|
|TRP for Employment||120 €|
|TRP for Business||180 €|
Payment of the TRP state fee:
By bank transfer:
Recipient: Rahandusministeerium (Ministry of Finance)
Recipient’s account IBANs:
SEB PANK EE891010220034796011
DANSKE BANK EE403300333416110002
NORDEA BANK EE701700017001577198
Reference number: 2900082443
Please indicate the name of the act, the name and personal identification code (if available) of the person for whom the payment was made (e.g.: residence permit – Priyanka Gupta, 40302010000)
Click HERE for more information for the applicant of a Temporary Residence Permit.
Last updated: 28 May 2019