No. Travelers need to obtain new visas at each entry before entering Ethiopia means that international travelers are required to enter Ethiopia with the same passport that is used for the e-Visa application.
No. If your application is rejected, you do not get a refund of the visa fee or other fees paid for the application because the processing fee that you pay is non-refundable.
If your Ethiopia E-visa is rejected, the Main Department of Immigration and Nationality Affairs office will notify you of the rejection but not the reason why.
At Ethiopia Immigration Services, processing times for visa applications are usually relatively fast and can take 1 - 3 business days.
Visitors from other countries must be prepared with recent photos which were taken in the last 6 months as well as a photograph of their passport's biographical page to enter Ethiopia.
When applying for an Ethiopia visa, travelers are advised to purchase Ethiopia Travel Insurance that covers Covid-19 treatment costs in Ethiopia.
Yes. You can extend your visas by going, in person, to the Department of Immigration or Nationality Affairs' Head Office in Addis Ababa (Arada sub-city, Arat Kilo) or by applying for an online visa extension through the Ethiopia Immigration Services.
If you are a citizen of Vietnam and wish to know if your e-visa has been processed or not, please fill out the online Check Status form.
Since 2017, Vietnam nationals may enter Ethiopia for tourism with an electronic visa issued by the Ethiopian government
The Ethiopian e-visa fee is divided into two separate categories: the government fee and the service fee.