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. On the other hand, the Ethiopia Immigration department will not be able to refund you the visa fee as they have clearly stated in their Terms & Conditions.
Incorrect data or the inability to provide all required papers may cause the visa to be delayed or denied, so travelers must additionally double-check their details before applying for an Ethiopia visa. The Ethiopian visa requirements for vistors are as follows:
- Passports must be valid for at least 6 months.
- At least two blank pages in the passport should be available for the Immigration Officer to stamp.
- Applicants with dual citizenship should choose their country based on the passport they want to use for travel.
- A color photograph of the applicant.
The likelihood of your application being denied is directly proportional to your ability to follow instructions and comprehend the system. Because the processes and documents necessary may become too demanding for you personally, your application may be refused. Therefore, it is better for you to contact the Ethiopian Immigration Service for your application to go smoothly.