Cambodia eVisa Requirements for Citizens of Canada

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Canadians can visit Cambodia with an online visa. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation introduced the eVisa for Cambodia, which facilitates the application process to receive a valid travel permit for temporary stays in the country.

Tourists from Canada are among the top visitors to Cambodia every year. They can apply for the Cambodian electronic visa from the comfort of their home without needing an in-person appointment at an embassy or consulate.

Requirements for the Cambodia eVisa Application from Canada

Before initiating the eVisa process, we suggest consulting the visa requirements for Canadians. They will find details about which countries they can travel to with an online visa and what activities they can partake in.

The Cambodian authorities have also set the following basic application requirements for the eVisa for Canadians:

  • Possess a passport issued in Canada that will be valid for 180 days on their intended entry in Cambodia
  • Confirm their passport include at least one blank page on the passport for entry and exit stamps
  • Provide a recent ID photo in color
  • Register their eVisa petition with a current email address
  • Have a credit or debit card to pay the processing fee

Canadian citizens with a passport which does not meet these conditions for the Cambodian electronic visa should send it for renewal with their local authorities at their earliest possibility before they initiate their application process.

Travelers from Canada with dual nationality should take into account the Cambodian eVisa is electronically linked to their passport. They should remember to submit their form with the same passport they will use upon entry into the country.

Cambodia eVisa for Canadian Nationals

The Cambodian visa policy publishes the main features the eVisa offers to foreign travelers. Canadian passport holders can use it if their tip to Cambodia meets the following requisites:

  • Their travel will be temporary (30 days maximum)
  • They will only engage in tourism and leisure activities
  • They only need a single entry into Cambodia

Applicants from Canada who plan to stay over 30 days or pursue activities other than tourism (employment, education, etc.) should take into account the eVisa does not cover them. We recommend they enquire for more suited visa options at the Cambodian Consulate in Ontario.

Applying for the Cambodia eVisa from Canada

Canadian nationals can request their eVisa by accessing an online questionnaire. They will be required to share the following personal information:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Email address
  • Contact telephone number

Requesters from Canada continue by providing some official passport details (documentation number, issuing country, expiration date). Once done, it is important to review all the information provided. Any mistakes or typos could delay their eVisa approval or lead to a denial.

Any traveling party from Canada visiting Cambodia with minors must consider that each arrival should reach the country with an eVisa previously granted. They can submit their dependents’ petitions using the same email address or payment methods without any issues.

Canadian nationals finalize their eVisa request by paying the processing fee. We recommend ensuring the bank card they will use has been previously activated for online payments.

Evaluation of the Cambodian eVisa Applications by Canadians

The Cambodian authorities analyze the forms submitted by Canadian travelers. They will issue a resolution to their petition within 4 business days. We recommend applying at least a week before the intended arrival date to account for possible delays during the touristic season.

If applicants from Canada meet the requirements mentioned above, they will receive an approval letter confirming their Cambodia eVisa grant. They should print out a copy and store it next to their travel documents before their holiday in Cambodia.

Canadian Citizens Traveling to Cambodia with the eVisa

Visitors from Canada should note that the eVisa, once issued, is valid for 90 days for their entry in Cambodia. Failure to reach the country within this period will result in their eVisa not being valid, and they will need to apply for a new one.

Canadian tourists can enter Cambodia by air or road. They can select from one of the following authorized ports of entry:

  • Phnom Penh International Airport
  • Siem Reap International Airport
  • Sihanoukville International Airport
  • Cham Yeam Border Crossing
  • Poipet Border Crossing
  • Bavet Border Crossing
  • Tropang Kreal Border Post

Upon arrival, they should submit their Canadian passports and a printed copy of the Cambodia eVisa approval to border officials for entry stamps.

The Cambodian government allows Canadian passport holders to obtain an extension to their eVisa if they need to prolong their stay longer than initially planned. They must pay a visit to the National Police Immigration Department office and submit their request.

Application Steps

STEP 1
Complete online application
STEP 2
Confirm Payment
STEP 3
Receive approved Visa
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