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Complete the online application for a visa to Egypt with the required biographical information. This includes your name, gender, date-of-birth, county of birth and nationality, passport type (must be ordinary), passport number, date and country of issue, as well as the expiration date. Accordingly, the submitted details must match the information on your passport exactly.
The eVisa is only available for those wishing to travel to the country for tourism, but the Egypt visa online form will give you the opportunity to select either a single or multiple entry visa. You’ll also be asked what country you’re traveling from and for your port of arrival and expected arrival and departure dates. As a reminder, your passport must be valid for at least 6-months from your stated expected arrival date.
Of course you’ll also need to include a valid email address on the Egypt visa online form and once your application is electronically submitted, you’ll receive a confirmation email. Additionally, our experts will contact you if there are any issues and you’ll receive the final results of your application for a visa to Egypt electronically as well.
While our experts will completely review your application for a visa to Egypt and attempt to ensure that it matches your passport and meets all requirements, in order to avoid any delays in processing or even outright application denial, we do suggest that you take the time to ensure that everything is up-to-date and accurate.
2. Pay Egypt Visa Fee
After you submit the required application information, you’ll be prompted to pay the Egypt visa fee. Your total cost will depend on your country of origin and whether you select a single or multiple entry visa.
When paying the fee for Egypt visa online, you can rest easy knowing that all transactions are highly secure via SSL technology and PayPal merchant services. You can opt to pay the Egypt visa fee either with your PayPal account or the major credit cards Discover, American Express, Visa, and MasterCard.
These Egypt visa fees are also final and non-refundable even in the event of trip cancellation, entry refusal, application decline, or visa rejection. Please take the time to ensure that you complete the Egypt visa online application accurately and with valid information that matches your passport exactly.
According to the Terms & Conditions, when you submit the Egypt visa online application, you are liable for verifying that the information on the form is accurate and all contact information including traveller information and passport information is exactly accurate.
3. Application Review
After payment is accepted, you will receive a confirmation email that your application has been received and your request will undergo our Egypt visa application review that is conducted by our in-house specialists. They will carefully exam your submitted documents and application in order to help ensure that there aren’t any issues that may disqualify, flag, or otherwise delay your visa application request.
If our experts discover any issues with your application they will promptly contact you via email. It is your responsibility to monitor this email, including reviewing junk/spam folders, in order to ensure that you’re able to assist in the process if needed.
If you do receive an email from our specialists, it is in your best interest to respond promptly. Our Egypt visa application review team will not forward your request on to the Ministry for Approval until all inconsistencies are addressed and rectified.
While we’re not responsible for delays or application denials, our specialists work hard to make sure that those issues are few and far between. As long as you provide accurate information, a valid passport that meets the requirements, and you promptly answer any email inquiries regarding issues with the Egypt visa application review, you shouldn’t have any problems.
4. Submit for Approval
After our specialists have completed your Egypt visa application review, it will be forwarded to the Ministry for Approval. As long as there aren’t any unforeseen issues, this process only takes a couple of days in most cases and once complete, you will get your Egypt Visa delivered by email to the same account you provided on the application. Approval process can take up to 3 business days.
After its approved by Egypt officials, your Visa will be delivered by email and you will need to print the Visa and store it with your travel documents. This is your official travel papers that entitle you to enter Egypt and you are required to have a “hard copy” with you while traveling. In fact, most seasoned travelers recommend that you print at least two copies and store them separately while traveling as a best practice against loss and/or theft.
If the Ministry of Approval denies or takes other action on your visa request, you’ll be notified via email with the outcome of the application. If they make any clarification or adjustment requests, please respond quickly in order to forego any further delays and expedite your visa request.
Once again, in order to help avoid unnecessary delays and undesirable outcomes of your application for a visa to Egypt, take the time to verify that your application information is correct and matches your passport. Furthermore, make sure that your passport meets the type and expiration requirements, otherwise it will be rejected automatically.
As a last reminder, the eVisa is your official travel document and you must have at least one printed copy.
6. Travel to Egypt
There’s a reason that we’ve stressed the point of printing at least one copy of your Egypt visa. Not only will an immigration agent in Egypt ask for a hard copy and verify your biometric details, you could also be asked for it throughout your travels in Egypt.
Egyptian officials will confirm that your passport and visa are official and valid and a copy on your phone or tablet is not acceptable! You must present a printed hard copy upon request.
Again, it’s a good idea to consider taking two copies just in case one is illegible, gets destroyed or stolen, or is otherwise unusable. While immigration will definitely ask for this printed copy, you could possibly be asked for it by multiple entities.
One, security and airline personnel may require you to show your Egypt visa documents, especially if you are traveling through/to/from multiple countries. Secondly, if you obtain a multiple entry Egypt visa you’ll be asked to present it to immigration officials each time you re-enter the country.
Failure to print off a copy of your official Egypt visa document can result in temporary detainment and even entry denial. Don’t ruin your tourist trip to Egypt by negating to print the visa.
Summary of Egypt Visa Application Process
Your passport must be valid for at least 6-months from the date you expect to arrive in Egypt and it must be an ordinary passport, not a Diplomatic or Maritime Passport, Official Passports, Laissez-passer, or International Travel Documents. Another passport requirement to note is that it should have at least two blank pages for stamping by Egyptian Immigration Officials.
You must present a printed copy of the eVisa upon arrival in Egypt and any time requested by Egypt or other government officials while traveling internationally. To help avoid travel delays, additional scrutiny, or even detainment due to lost or stolen Egypt visa documents, we highly suggest printing at least two copies of your eVisa and storing them separately while you travel.
Additional travel requirements to note are that you must have an airline ticket for a return trip home or onward journey to another country. You cannot enter the country with just having a one-way ticket, you must have a set plan for exiting before your 30-day visa expires.
Travelers must also arrive with enough money to cover their entire stay in Egypt. This includes everyone in the travel party and must be enough to cover lodging, food, and other basic expenses. So be prepared to verify that you are a self-sufficient tourist.
Complete the application, pay the associated, non-refundable fees, and print off a copy of your official Egypt visa travel document
Disclaimer: This is a commercial website that facilitates the eVisa application. We charge a 60 USD processing fee in addition to the Government fee (25.00 USD for single entry and 60.00 USD for multiple entries). We are not owned or affiliated with the government of Egypt.