Can I Travel To Ethiopia With an Expired Passport?

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. Your passports must be valid for at least six months after entry and have at least two blank pages to receive stamps at the border. At Ethiopia Immigration Services, we provide a relatively simple application process for travelers. After the application is submitted, an Ethiopian e-Visa generally takes 1-3 business days to process. Applicants can follow their visa processes online. 

One important thing to remember is that candidates need to double-check all information before submitting the application form to avoid delays caused by inaccuracies in their application form. Candidates should verify all information before submitting the application form to avoid application delays. Besides, travelers are encouraged to apply for an e-Visa at least 1 - 2 weeks before travel to account for the possibility of a longer processing time.

On the other hand, travelers who come to Ethiopia who has recently visited or transited through a country with a yellow fever risk must present a yellow fever certificate upon their arrival.

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