The days of Croatians requiring a visa to visit the US could soon be a thing of the past as the United States is expected to cancel visa requirements for Croatia by the end of the year.
Only citizens of four European Union members, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria, are still not covered by the US Visa Waiver Program, after Poland joined up in 2019. However, the Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister, Gordan Grlic-Radman, said in Munich on Friday that the US was indeed on the brink of cancelling visas for Croatian citizens.
“We have met all the conditions and this is only a matter of time. It is in the interest of both Croatian and US business people," commented Grlic-Radman. The Croatian Minister met with US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, in Munich on Friday ahead of a major security conference.
And as well as the end of visas for Croatian citizens the double taxation situation between the two countries should also come to an end by the end of 2020.