List of documents
for a Schengen visa

Consular fees

Consular and service fees shall be paid in roubles at the rate of the Europe Central Bank or National Slovak Bank  of current month.

 

Type of Visa

Citizens of the Russian Federation

Citizens of

Ukraine

Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Albania, and Republic of Serbia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cabo Verde

Citizens of Other Countries

Schengen Visa,  С type
(short stay, up to  90 days)

EUR  35

EUR  35

EUR  35

EUR 60

Express Schengen Visa, С type
(short stay, up to  90 days)*

EUR  70

EUR  70

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*Application must be lodged directly at the Slovak Consulate General in St. Petersburg

In accordance with the EU code, the fee for a Schengen visa is 60 EUR. Children aged 6 to 12 pay 35 EUR. 
The European Union has signed treaties with the following 12 countries, which stipulate a lower visa fee of 35 EUR: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cabo Verde, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine.

Citizens of all other countries pay a visa fee of 60 EUR; children aged 6 to 12 pay 35 EUR.

The visa fee does not depend on the period of validity of the visa.

A number of applicants are exempted from the visa fee. Such a waiver can be based on the EU visa code, bilateral treaties or national law. For further information read "Which applicants are exempted from the visa fee".


  • VISA FEES FOR EXPRESS VISA



    Applications for express visas (application submitted 3 days prior to departure or visa issued in 3 days upon request of the applicant) cannot be submitted in the visa application centre in St. Petersburg, only in the Slovak CG in St. Petersburg.

    The visa fee for express visas is 70 EUR.


  • VISA FEE IF VISA APPLICATION IS DENIED



    The visa fee is a fee for processing your application, not for being granted a visa. The fee will not be refunded if your visa application has been denied.


  • PAYMENT



    In the visa application centre the payment is possible in Russian Roubles only. You can pay cash or by debit/credit card (MasterCard or Visa).

    In the Slovak Consulate General in St. Petersburg, the payment is possible only in euro. You can only pay cash.

 

WHICH APPLICANTS ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE VISA FEE

A visa fee waiver can be based on the EU visa code, on a bilateral agreement of a country with the European Union or on national law. In order to know if you qualify for a visa fee waiver, please check if the European Union has signed a treaty with your home country I and then read II, III and IV. The final decision on a waiver is taken by the Embassy.


    • VISA FEE WAIVER ACCORDING TO BILATERAL AGREEMENTS



      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for Russian citizens


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Russia and EU, the following categories of Russian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. for close relatives - spouses, children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grand-children —of citizens of the European Union and of the Russian Federation legally residing in the territory of the Russian Federation or the Member States;
        2. for members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Member States, the European Union or the Russian Federation, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Russian Federation or one of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. members of national and regional Governments and Parliaments, Constitutional Courts and Supreme Courts, if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
        5. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        6. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        7. participants in youth international sports events and persons accompanying them;
        8. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        9. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities.

        In case of express visa applications by Russian citizens, visa fees will only be waived for categories b), e) and f).


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Ukraine


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Ukraine and EU, the following categories of Ukrainian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. close relatives -—spouses (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted),parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren of citizens of Ukraine legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        2. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to Ukraine, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of one of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. members of national and regional Governments and Parliaments, Constitutional Courts and Supreme Courts,
          in case they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
        5. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        6. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        7. participants in youth international sports events and persons accompanying them;
        8. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        9. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities;
        10. journalists;
        11. pensioners;
        12. drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in Ukraine;
        13. members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews in international trains, travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        14. children under the age of 18 and dependent children under the age of 21;

        In case of express visa applications by Ukrainian citizens, visa fees will only be waived for categories b), с), e), f), j) и k).


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Georgia


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Georgia and EU, the following categories of Georgian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. pensioners
        2. children below the age of 12;
        3. members of national and regional governments and of Constitutional and Supreme courts, in case they are not exempted from the visa requirement by this Agreement;
        4. disabled persons and the persons accompanying them, if necessary;
        5. close relatives - spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents or grandchildren - who are visiting citizens of Georgia legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        6. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to Georgia, are to participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Members States by intergovernmental organisations;
        7. pupils, teachers, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including exchange programmes as well as other school-related activities;
        8. journalists and accredited persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        9. participants in international sport events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        10. representatives of society organizations when undertaking trips for the purposes of educational training, seminars, conferences, including in the framework of exchange programmes;
        11. persons participating in scientific, cultural or artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
        12. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Albania


        Albanian citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Albanian passport.
        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Albania and the EU, the following categories of Albanian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. close relatives — spouses (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren of Albanian citizens legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        2. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Albania, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. members of the Council of Ministers, Parliament, Constitutional Court and Supreme Court, if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
        5. children under six years of age;
        6. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        7. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        8. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        9. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
        10. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities;
        11. politically persecuted persons during the communist regime;
        12. pensioners;
        13. representatives of civil society organisations travelling to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programmes or training courses;
        14. journalists;
        15. representatives of religious communities registered in the Republic of Albania;
        16. drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Albania;
        17. members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews in international trains, travelling to the territories of the Members States;
        18. members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Members States.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina


        Bosnian-Herzegovinian citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Bosnian-Herzegovinian passport.

        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Bosnia-Herzegovina and the EU, the following categories of Bosnian-Herzegovinian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. close relatives — spouses (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren of nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        2. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to Bosnia and Herzegovina, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. members of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the prosecutor office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
        5. children under six years of age;
        6. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        7. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        8. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        9. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        10. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities;
        11. journalists;
        12. representatives of the traditional religious communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina visiting diasporas of Bosnia in Herzegovina in the territory of the Member States;
        13. representatives of civil society organisations travelling to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programmes or training courses;
        14. drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
        15. members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews in international trains, travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        16. pensioners;
        17. members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Serbia


        Serbian citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Serbian passport.

        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Serbia and EU, the following categories of Serbian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. for members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Serbia, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territories of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        2. for members of national and provincial/regional Governments and Parliaments, the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Cassation, in case they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        3. for persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
        4. for pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes, as well as other school-related activities;
        5. for participants in international sport events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        6. for participants in official exchange programmes organized by twin municipalities and cities;
        7. for disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        8. for representatives of civil society organisations travelling to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programmes or training courses;
        9. for persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        10. for journalists;
        11. for drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Serbia;
        12. for members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        13. for close relatives — spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren, visiting citizens of the Republic of Serbia legally residing in the territories of the Member States;
        14. for representatives of religious communities registered in the Republic of Serbia, who regularly travel to the Member States;
        15. for members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States;
        16. for pensioners;
        17. for children under six years of age.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Montenegro


        Montenegrian citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Montenegrian passport.

        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Montenegro and EU, the following categories of Montenegrian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. members of the National Government, Parliament, Constitutional Court and Supreme Court, president of the Court of Appeals, president of the Administrative Court, persons mentioned in the Article 5(1), point (a) if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        2. close relatives — spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted) parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren visiting citizens of the Republic of Montenegro, legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        3. members of officials delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Montenegro shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
        5. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        6. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        7. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        8. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        9. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities;
        10. journalists;
        11. pensioners;
        12. judges participating in international exchange programmes, symposia, seminars or similar training events;
        13. representatives of religious communities registered in the Republic of Montenegro;
        14. representatives of civil society organisations travelling to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programmes or training courses;
        15. Members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States;
        16. Drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Montenegro;
        17. Members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews in international trains, travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        18. Children under six years of age.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Macedonia


        Macedonian citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Macedonian passport.

        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Macedonia (FYROM) and the EU, the following categories of Macedonian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. close relatives — spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted) parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren of citizens of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        2. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. members of national government, Parliament, Constitutional Court, Supreme Court, Judiciary Council and Public Prosecutors Council, if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by the present Agreement;
        4. mayors and members of the municipal councils;
        5. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        6. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        7. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        8. persons participating in scientific, research, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        9. participants in official exchange programmes organized by twin cities;
        10. journalists;
        11. pensioners;
        12. drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia;
        13. members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews in international trains, travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        14. representatives of civil society organisations when undertaking trips to attend meetings, seminars, exchange programmes or trainings courses;
        15. representatives of religious communities registered in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia;
        16. members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States;
        17. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes, as well as other educational or school related activities;
        18. children under six years of age.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Moldova


        Moldovan citizens do not need a visa for short trips into the Schengen area if they hold a biometric Moldovan passport. 

        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Moldova and EU, the following categories of Moldovian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. close relatives — spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted) parents (including custodians), grandparents and grandchildren of citizens of the Republic of Moldova legally residing in the territory of the Member States;
        2. members of national and regional Governments and Parliaments, Constitutional Court and Supreme Court if they are not exempted from the visa requirement by this Agreement;
        3. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to the Republic of Moldova, are to participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        4. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes as well as other school related activities;
        5. disabled persons and the person accompanying them, if necessary;
        6. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds;
        7. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        8. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities including university and other exchange programmes;
        9. participants in official exchange programmes organised by twin cities or other localities;
        10. journalists;
        11. children under the age of 18 and dependent children under the age of 21;
        12. pensioners;
        13. drivers conducting international cargo and passenger transportation services to the territories of the Member States in vehicles registered in the Republic of Moldova;
        14. members of train, refrigerator and locomotive crews travelling to the territories of the Member States;
        15. members of the professions participating in international exhibitions, conferences, symposia, seminars or other similar events held in the territory of the Member States.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Armenia


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Armenia and EU, the following categories of Armenian citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. Pensioners
        2. children below the age of 12;
        3. members of national and regional governments and of Constitutional and Supreme courts, in case they are not exempted from the visa requirement by this Agreement;
        4. persons with disabilities and the persons accompanying them, if necessary;
        5. close relatives – spouse (including same-sex marriage and registered partnership), children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents or grandchildren – of citizens of Armenia legally residing in the territory of the Member States, or citizens of the Union residing in the territory of the Member State of which they are nationals;
        6. members of official delegations, including permanent members of official delegations, who, following an official invitation addressed to Armenia, shall participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of one of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        7. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including exchange programmes as well as other school-related activities;
        8. journalists and technical crew accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        9. participants in international sport events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        10. representatives of civil society organisations and persons invited by Armenian community non-profit organisations registered in the Member States when undertaking trips for the purposes of educational training, seminars, conferences, including in the framework of exchange programmes or Pan-Armenian and community support programmes;
        11. persons participating in scientific, academic, cultural or artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
        12. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds.


      • Visa fee waiver according to bilateral agreement for citizens of Azerbaijan


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Azerbaijan and EU, the following categories of Azerbaijan citizens qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. for close relatives — spouses, children (including adopted), parents (including custodians), grandparents and grand-children — of citizens of the European Union legally residing in the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan, of citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan legally residing in the territory of the Member States, of citizens of the European Union residing in the territory of the Member State of which they are nationals, and of citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan residing in the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan;
        2. for members of official delegations, including permanent members of official delegations, who, following an official invitation addressed to the Member States, the European Union or the Republic of Azerbaijan, shall participate in official meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programmes, as well as in events held in the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan or one of the Member States by intergovernmental organisations;
        3. pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purposes of study or educational training, including in the framework of exchange programmes as well as other school related activities;
        4. persons with disabilities and persons accompanying them, if necessary;
        5. participants in international sports events and persons accompanying them in a professional capacity;
        6. persons participating in scientific, cultural and artistic activities, including university and other exchange programmes;
        7. persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds, including to receive urgent medical treatment and the person accompanying such person, or to attend a funeral of a close relative, or to visit a seriously ill close relative;
        8. representatives of civil society organizations when undertaking trips for the purposes of educational training, seminars, conferences, including in the framework of exchange programmes;
        9. pensioners;
        10. children under the age of 12;
        11. journalists and technical crew accompanying them in a professional capacity.


      • Visa fee waiver according to the bilateral agreement for citizens of Cabo Verde


        According to the Visa Facilitation Agreement between Cabo Verde and EU, the following categories of citizens of Cabo Verde qualify for a visa fee waiver.

        1. members of official delegations who, following an official invitation addressed to Cape Verde, the Member States or the Union, take part in meetings, consultations, negotiations or official exchange programmes, or in events in the territory of a Member State or of Cape Verde organised by intergovernmental organisations;
        2. children under 12 years of age;
        3. school pupils, students, postgraduate students and accompanying teachers travelling for study or educational purposes;
        4. researchers travelling for the purposes of scientific research;
        5. participants no older than 25 years of age taking part in seminars, conferences or sports, cultural or educational events organised by non-profit organisations.


      • VISA FEE WAIVERS ACCORDING TO EU VISA CODE FOR ALL APPLICANTS REGARDLESS OF CITIZENSHIP




        According to the EU visa code, visa fees are waived for the following groups of applicants regardless of their citizenship:
        • children under six years;
        • school pupils, students, postgraduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake stays for the purpose of study or educational training;
        • researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in Recommendation No 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005 to facilitate the issue by the Member States of uniform short-stay visas for researchers from third countries travelling within the Community for the purpose of carrying out scientific research;
        • representatives of non-profit organisations aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organised by non-profit organisations.

        • POSSIBLE VISA FEE WAIVERS ACCORDING TO EU VISA CODE FOR ALL APPLICANTS REGARDLESS OF CITIZENSHIP


          According to the EU visa code, visa fees can be waived for the following groups of applicants regardless of citizenship:

          1. children from the age of six years and below the age of 12;
          2. holders of diplomatic and service passports;
          3. participants aged 25 years or less in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events, organised by non-profit organisations.

          The waiver is subject to the individual decision of member states and the application of this regulation is agreed upon by local Schengen missions. The Slovak CG in St. Petersburg waives the visa fees for the categories listed under letter c).


          • VISA FEE WAIVERS ACCORDING TO SLOVAK NATIONAL LAW



            According to Slovak law, visa fees are waived for the following to groups of applicants regardless of their citizenship:
            1. family members of EU citizens
            2. family members of Slovak citizens in the extend of family members of EU citizens

            In accordance with the Act No. 404/2011 Coll. on Residence of Aliens a family member of the Union citizen is understood as the third country national who is
            a) his/her spouse;
            b) his/her child younger than 21 years of age, his/her dependent child and such children of his/her spouse;
            c) his/her dependent direct relative in descending or ascending line and such a person of his/her spouse;
            d) any other family member to whom paragraphs (a) to (c) do not apply and s/he is a dependent person in the country of his/her origin;
            e) any other family member to whom paragraphs (a) to (c) do not apply and s/he is the member of his/her household;
            f) any other family member to whom paragraphs (a) to (c) do not apply and s/he depends on his/her care due to serious health reasons;
            g) his/her partner with whom the Union citizen is in a permanent, duly certified relationship;
            h) third country national with the right of residence of the family member of the Union citizen in the member state in which the Slovak Republic national is the Union citizen with whom the third country national returns or joins him/her to reside back in the Slovak Republic territory and fulfils some of the conditions specified in par. (a) to (g) in relation to the Slovak Republic national.