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State fees
11/23/2014

Rates of state fees

 

Payment by bank transfer

The state fee can be paid by bank transfer to the account of the Ministry of Finance (Rahandusministeerium)

Bank account:

Swedbank EE 932200221023778606

SEB Pank EE 891010220034796011

Danske Bank EE 403300333416110002

Nordea Pank EE 701700017001577198



The reference number for the payment:

  • 2900081994- identity documents, residence permit, work permit, right of residence, short term employment, extension of the period stay.

 

Please indicate the name of the activity for which the state fee was paid and the name of the person who made the payment and for whom the payment was made.


NB! The explanation must be written in Latin alphabet. If you pay the state fee by bank transfer you have to submit to the Police and Border Guard the document certifying the payment of the state fee (an Internet printout of the payment order is also suitable) or written data concerning the payment of the state fee.


Data concerning the payment of the state fee include the following:

  • the name of the person who paid the state fee;
  • the name of the person on behalf of whom the state fee was paid; 
  • the name of the activity for which, or reference to the provision of the State Fees Act stipulating the state fee rate on the basis of which the state fee was paid; 
  • the reference number; 
  • the date of the payment of the state fee; 
  • the name of the bank and the number of the account from which the payment was made; 
  • the name of the bank and the number of the account to which the payment was; 
  • the amount of the payment. 

 

Payment by bank transfer from a bank located in a foreign country
When the state fee is paid from a bank located in a foreign state, then the receipt of the transferred sum on the recipient’s account may take 2 weeks. While effecting payment of the state fee from a bank located in a foreign country, it is necessary to know, in addition to the abovementioned, also BIC-code or SWIFT-code of the bank located in Estonia.

  • The BIC i.e. SWIFT code of the SEB is EEUHEE2X.
  • The BIC i.e. SWIFT code of the Swedbank is HABAEE2X.
  • The BIC i.e. SWIFT code of the Danske Bank in Estonia is FOREEE2X
  • The BIC i.e. SWIFT code of the Nordea Bank Finland is NDEAEE2X

 

Address:

  • SEB Pank AS: Tornimäe 2 Tallinn 15010 Estonia
  • Swedbank: Liivalaia 8 Tallinn 15040 Estonia
  • Danske Bank A/S Eesti filiaal: Narva mnt 11 Tallinn 15015 Estonia
  • Nordea Bank Finland Plc Eesti filiaal: Liivalaia 45 Tallinn 10145 Estonia


For more information please refer to home pages of the Swedbank, SEB, Danske or Nordea bank.

NB! In the event of payment of state fee by a bank transfer from a bank located in a foreign country, please make sure you note the reference number and the name of the person for whom the state fee was paid in the additional information section.

The state fee for operation being effected in or via the Estonian foreign shall be paid in the country of location of the foreign mission or in Estonia in valid currency. Rate of the state fee is calculated on the basis of the daily rate of the European Central Bank (ECB) being valid in the first working day of the month when the application is being submitted. State fee for an application being submitted in the first working day of the month, shall be calculated on the basis of the rate that was valid in the first working day of the previous month.

Order of calculating the state fees into foreign currencies in the Estonian foreign mission and at the Estonian state border (see State Gazette (RT) I, 2010, 68, 516)

Payments in Service Bureaus
In Service Bureaus state fee can be paid in cash or using a debit card. The holder of a debit card has to pay the bank's service charges. More precise information about bank service charges please contact your bank.

In the Tallinn and Tartu Service Bureaus it is possible to pay the state fee using the available internet banking stations. For that, please have the required passwords or ID-card/residence card with you.