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Azerbaijan e-Visa Information

The Azerbaijan e-Visa, introduced in 2013, is a single entry electronic travel authorization which allows eligible citizens a short stay in Azerbaijan.

The Republic of Azerbaijan implemented the Azerbaijan electronic visa to help facilitate the visa application procedure for travelers and to accelerate border control at the port of entry.

The Azerbaijan visa allows a maximum stay of 30 days in the country and is valid for ninety (90) days upon approval. Travelers holding an Azerbaijan e-Visa may enter the country through all air, sea, and land ports.

Eligible citizens are able to apply online through the simple and straightforward Azerbaijan e-Visa application form.

The Azerbaijan visa application requires applicants to fill in basic personal and passport information, answer simple questions related to health and security matters, and pay the application fee.

Once the Azerbaijan e-Visa is approved, it is sent to the applicant’s email address.

Those wishing to stay in Azerbaijan for longer periods, or for other purposes such as to work or study, are required to apply for a visa from an Azerbaijani Embassy or Consulate in their country of residence.

Azerbaijan Tourist e-Visa Requirements

In order to submit an application, eligible citizens are required to meet the Azerbaijan e-Visa requirements. Applicants are required to have:

  • Passport valid for at least six (6) months from the arrival date in Azerbaijan
  • An image of the passport biographical page
  • Valid credit or debit card to pay the Azerbaijan tourist visa fee
  • Current email address at which to receive the approved Azerbaijan e-Visa as well as updates and notifications about the e-Visa status
  • The address of the accommodation where the traveler will be staying in Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijan e-Visa allows various types of visit, such as; tourism, business, culture, and medical treatment, as well as sporting, science, education, labor, and humanitarian activities.

The purpose of the stay must be selected at the moment of application. Once the eVisa is approved, travelers must print at least 1 copy to present the e-Visa in Azerbaijan upon arrival at border control.


Azerbaijan Visa FAQ

  • What is the Azerbaijan e-Visa?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa is an electronic travel authorization which allows eligible citizens a short stay in Azerbaijan for up to 30 consecutive days.

  • Who needs an online visa for Azerbaijan?

    Azerbaijan e-Visa eligible countries are able to check their eligibility for the Azerbaijan e-Visa using the visa checker at the top of this page.

    The Azerbaijan eligible countries top visitor with the e-Visa come from the following countries:

    • Turkey
    • Iran
    • United Kingdom
    • Germany
    • United States
    • Italy
    • Israel
    • Turkmenistan
    • France
    • India
    • China
  • How much is an Azerbaijan e-Visa?

    The Government Azerbaijan e-Visa cost is $24. The price is the same for all eligible nationalities.

  • What is the difference between the Azerbaijan Tourist eVisa and the e-Visa business?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa is available for a variety of purposes, including for tourism and business, as well as cultural, educational, sporting, scientific, humanitarian, and medical purposes. The only difference between these e-Visa types is the stated purpose of the trip. The applicant is required to select the purpose of the stay when completing the Azerbaijan e-Visa application.

  • How long can I stay inside Azerbaijan with an e-Visa?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa allows the holder a stay of 30 consecutive days in the country.

  • What documents do I need to apply for an Azerbaijan electronic visa?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa documents required are as follows:

    • An image of the biographical page of a passport valid for at least six (6) months from the arrival date in Azerbaijan.
    • The address of the accommodation where the traveler will be staying in Azerbaijan, in the rare case the proof of booking is required.
  • How do I apply for an electronic visa to Azerbaijan?

    Applying for an Azerbaijan electronic visa is fast and straightforward. Eligible citizens are required to complete a simple online application form with personal and passport information, select the purpose of their visit, answer a few simple health and security-related questions, and pay the e-Visa fee. Once approved, a copy of the Azerbaijan e-Visa will be sent to the applicant’s email address.

  • Do children need an e-Visa for Azerbaijan?

    Yes. It is necessary to submit a separate e-Visa application for all minors, whether they are included on their parents’ or legal guardians’ passport or have their own individual passports. All the information provided must be accurate and match the details of the kids’ travel document.

  • How long will it take for my Azerbaijan e-Visa to be processed?

    It usually takes 24 hours for the Azerbaijan e-Visa to be processed. In some cases, this can take longer, up to three (3) business days.

  • Can I apply for the Azerbaijan tourist visa if my passport is about to expire?

    It depends on the passport expiration date. If the applicant’s passport is valid for at least six (6) months after the expected arrival date in Azerbaijan, the applicant is eligible and can apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa.

  • What do I do if I have 2 passports?

    If the applicant has two passports due to dual-citizenship, it is essential to make sure they use the same passport to travel as that used to complete the Azerbaijan e-Visa application. Any inconsistencies between the travel document presented at border control and the information provided on the application may result in refusal of entry to Azerbaijan.

  • Can I re-apply if my e-Visa application for Azerbaijan is denied?

    Yes. If the e-Visa application for Azerbaijan is denied, applicants are required to re-apply for a visa at their nearest Republic of Azerbaijan Embassy or Consulate.

  • What can I do if I have made a mistake on my application process?

    Applicants are strongly advised to carefully check that all the details supplied on the Azerbaijan visa application form are correct before submitting. Any mistakes in the passport information provided can result in the rejection of the application.

  • What can I do if my Azerbaijan e-Visa is denied?

    If the Azerbaijan e-Visa application is rejected, eligible citizens may re-apply for a visa at their nearest Azerbaijani Embassy or Consulate.

  • When does an Azerbaijan e-Visa expire?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa allows travelers to stay in the country for 30 consecutive days and expires ninety (90) days after the date of issue.

  • How many entries am I permitted with an Azerbaijan visa registration?

    The Azerbaijan e-Visa is a single entry travel authorization. Travelers can enter Azerbaijan once with the approved e-Visa, it is not available for multiple entries.

  • How do I check my Azerbaijan e-Visa?

    The applicant can check Azerbaijan e-Visa status on the Azerbaijan government website. It is necessary to enter the applicant’s Registration number to view the Azerbaijan e-Visa status. Alternatively, an Azerbaijan e-Visa online check can be performed using the applicant’s passport number and email address.

  • Do I need an e-Visa for transit through Azerbaijan?

    It is not necessary to obtain a transit Azerbaijan visa if the traveler remains in the International Transit Area of the airport when passing through Azerbaijan to an onward destination.
    However, if the traveler in transit through Azerbaijan wishes to leave the airport transit area at any time, the traveler should apply for an e-Visa for Azerbaijan before traveling to the country.

  • If my e-Visa application is denied, will my payment be refunded?

    No, the Azerbaijan e-Visa government fee is non-refundable.

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