Can you get an e-visa in Guinea?

Can you get an e-visa in Guinea?

To expedite access into its territory, Guinea has implemented an electronic visa, commonly known as an e-visa. People may use the new service to apply for a visa to Guinea from the convenience of their own home or workplace. Please see the Visa Application Guidelines for further information. The cost is $60.

Those interested in applying for an e-Visa should first check if their country is listed as eligible on the Guinee Government website: http://www.guinée-embassy.org/visas.html. If your country is listed as eligible, then proceed with the instructions below.

After determining that your country is eligible, please follow these instructions:

1. Select the type of visa you would like to apply for: Ordinary (ST) or Business (KT).

2. Choose a category that best describes your visit to Guinea. Valid categories include Tourism, Work and Study, Temporary Worker, Humanitarian, and Social Visit.

3. Read the Guidelines for Processing Electronic Travel Documents carefully. Some documents will not be accepted by the Guinean Immigration Office (IGO), so it's important to read all instructions provided by the IGO.

4. Create an account at guinee-embassy.org/evisa.

Do you need a UK visa to travel to Guinea?

To enter or live in Guinea, all British nationals require a visa. Visas for private and business travel, as well as residency, can be obtained via the Embassy of the Republic of Guinea and the Guinea Online Visa Portal. You must check that you have followed the right visa process and that you have the correct visa for admission. Failure to do so may result in rejection of your application.

Guinea visas are free of charge but applications take up to six weeks to be processed. Therefore, it is recommended to apply at least two months before your departure date.

What are the requirements for a Guinean visa?

You will need evidence of a sufficient income to support yourself while you are in Guinea; for example, a job offer or proof of savings. If you plan to work in Guinea, you should also provide evidence of professional qualifications.

In addition, your passport must be valid for at least three months after your expected stay in Guinea, and you must have a plane ticket available for inspection by authorities. Finally, you must not be considered a threat to public safety in Guinea.

Who can get a Guinean visa?

Anyone who has the ability to enter Guinea can obtain a visa. This includes citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and many other countries.

How many countries can a Guinea passport holder enter without a visa?

Guineans do not need a visa to visit any of the 27 countries listed below. Guinean passport holders can also obtain 23 e-visas or 20 visas on arrival. The only countries where they might have difficulty entering are Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine because of the conflict in eastern Europe.

The easiest way for travelers to obtain the necessary documents is to use an online visa application service. These companies process visa applications for a fee. They will extract information from your passport that is required for the visa decision and send it to the foreign office in charge of issuing visas to Guinea. When the decision is positive, the company sends you an email with details on how to pay for the visa (via credit card or bank transfer). You then travel to the embassy or consulate with your documents and payment. If everything goes well, within 72 hours you should receive confirmation of your visa being issued.

The cost of the visa depends on how quickly you need to arrive in Guinea. A standard visa costs between $175 and $575, but may be free for some people such as citizens of certain European countries.

People who cannot afford a visa can try visiting one of the embassies or consulates in Dakar, Senegal (where most embassies are located).

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