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Egyptian e-Visa Requirements for Citizens of Germany

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Germany is one of the 40+ countries that can take advantage of the new Electronic Egypt Tourist Visa program. Using this system, German travelers can apply for an electronic visa (also known as the e-Visa) online within minutes and from the comfort of their own home.

All that applicants need are just 15 minutes of their time and a device with an internet connection, as the Egypt e-Visa application for citizens of Germany eliminates the need to queue at the border for a visa on arrival or visit an Egyptian diplomatic mission to get an embassy visa.

What is the Egyptian e-Visa for German Citizens and What Does It Do?

The Egyptian e-Visa for German citizens allows the holder to travel to Egypt for tourism purposes. This electronic visa is available as either a single or multiple-entry visa, depending on the applicant’s needs and itinerary.

The Egyptian e-visa can be used for stays for up to 30 days in Egypt and it is valid for 90 days from the date of issue. Likewise, those who have opted for a multiple-entry visa may enter Egypt as many times as they would like as long as it is within the validity period and they do not exceed 30 days of consecutive stay.

However, Egyptian visa policy states that German passport holders wishing to visit Egypt for longer periods, or purposes other than tourism, must apply for an embassy visa from the nearest Egyptian diplomatic mission.

How Can I Apply for an Egyptian e-Visa From Germany?

Thanks to the e-Visa program, German travelers are able to conveniently apply for the Egypt electronic visa from the comfort of their home. This means that travelers do not have to spend time visiting their local embassy and attending an in-person interview with an immigration officer. Instead, the process is done entirely online and should take less than 15 minutes to complete.

The Egypt e-Visa application form for German citizens is divided into different sections that ask about the traveler’s personal information, passport information, background, employment, and a handful of personal questions. We have compiled the most common questions below so that applicants are prepared when they fill out the application form.

Personal information

  • First and last name
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Marital status

Passport information

  • Passport number
  • Nationality
  • Date of issue
  • Date of expiration

Please note that applicants must use the same passport when arriving in Egypt that they used for applying for their Egyptian e-Visa online. Those with dual nationality and multiple passports should keep this in mind.

Contact information

  • Email address
  • Home address
  • Phone number

Travel information

  • Expected date of entry
  • Expected date of departure
  • Type of visa required (single or multiple-entry)
  • Address of accommodation while staying in Egypt

Once the application is filled out, travelers will need to upload an image of the biometric page in the traveler’s German passport (which shows their face, personal information, and passport information).

After all of these requirements have been met, travelers are able to submit their application for consideration. We encourage all applicants to double-check and make sure the information included application form is true, correct, and accurate before submitting the online form.

In the case of inaccuracies, the Egyptian e-Visa application may be rejected and applicants will need to go through the online process again.

Documents Required for the Egyptian e-Visa Application

There are only a handful of items needed in order to meet the Egypt e-Visa requirements for German nationals, which are listed below:

  • A valid German-issued passport with at least 6 months of validity from the date that the traveler plans to enter Egypt
  • An image of the traveler’s biographical page in the passport(where the photo and personal information is found)
  • A valid email address to receive notifications and the approved Egyptian e-Visa
  • Details of the applicant’s travel plans, including the address and name of their accommodations and their planned date of arrival. Travelers may also be asked to prove that they have sufficient funds.
  • A valid payment method to pay the application fees. This can be in the form of a credit card or debit card.

How Will I Receive my Egyptian e-Visa for German Nationals?

Travelers will receive a copy of the approved Egyptian e-Visa for nationals of Germany digitally in the form of an email, which is why it is important to provide your primary email address. Likewise, we recommend that travelers print out their confirmation email in case border agents ask to see a paper copy of the e-Visa when entering the country.

The Egyptian e-Visa can take up to 3 days to process and be approved, which is why we advise all travelers to apply for their electronic at least one or two weeks before their planned departure.

Application Steps

Complete online application
Confirm Payment
Receive approved Visa

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