Mozambique eVisa Online

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Mozambique eVisa Information

The majority of foriegn citizens need a visa for Mozambique, as there are currently only a few visa-exempt nationalities for the country, travelers from other Southern African Development Community (SADC) states.

At the moment, visitors to the country are required to either obtain a Mozambique visa from an embassy in advance of travel or queue in long lines at the border to apply for a Mozambique visa on arrival.

However, this will soon change when the Mozambique electronic visa application is implemented in the near future, which will allow eligible applicants to obtain travel authorization exclusively online and is expected to boost tourist arrivals to the country.

To apply for an online Mozambique tourist visa, it is expected that eligible citizens will be required to fill in a simple Mozambique visa application on the internet with basic passport personal and passport information, to receive an approved eVisa sent by email.

The period of stay permitted with the Mozambique visa online and the visa validity have not yet been announced, but it is expected to allow a short stay in the country for business, tourism, or transit purposes.

To visit the country for other purposes such as to work or study, it is expected that travelers will be required to contact their nearest Mozambique embassy or consulate for further information.

Highlights
Online visa for Mozambique
For tourism, business, or transit purposes
Eliminates long queues at the border
What is Necessary?

A valid passport

Current email

Valid debit/credit card

Visa Information

In order to submit an online visa application form, it will first be necessary to comply with the Mozambique visa requirements.

Electronic Mozambique tourist visa requirements will oblige the applicant to have:

  • An eligible passport with a minimum validity of 6 months from the intended date of arrival in Mozambique
  • A valid credit/debit card to pay the eVisa processing fee
  • A current email address to which the approved visa will be sent.

Additional supporting documentation, such as return flight tickets, proof of sufficient funds to cover the stay, and a recent photograph of the traveler, may also be requested during an eVisa application, although this is yet to be confirmed.

Mozambique business visa requirements are expected to be the same as those for a tourist eVisa, although applicants may also need to provide a copy of a letter of invitation from a business entity in Mozambique.

Upon arrival in Mozambique, it is expected that travelers will be required to present a printout of the approved eVisa alongside their passport to gain entry to the country.

It is also expected that eVisa holders arriving from a country where Yellow Fever is present will be required to present a valid certificate of vaccination at border control, otherwise a vaccine at the traveler’s own expense will be necessary.

Application Steps

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

Application Steps

Application Steps

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Mozambique Visa FAQ

  • What is the Mozambique eVisa?

    The Mozambique eVisa is an upcoming electronic visa expected to permit eligible citizens to visit the country for short stays for tourism, business, or transit purposes.

  • Which countries need a visa for Mozambique?

    The majority of foriegn citizens are required to obtain a visa to visit the country, either a visa from a Mozambique consulate or a visa on arrival at border checkpoints.

    However, the process of obtaining travel authorization for the country will be greatly simplified for eligible citizens one the Mozambique eVisa application is implemented.

  • Who can apply for a Mozambique tourist eVisa?

    The list of nationalities eligible to apply for the Mozambique online visa has not yet been announced. Once available, travelers will be able to check their eligibility using the visa checker at the top of this page.

  • How long can I stay in Mozambique?

    The Mozambique visa validity and the period of stay permitted in the country has yet to be announced. This information will be published on this page once available.

  • How do I apply for an Mozambique eVisa online?

    Once implemented, it will be possible to apply for the Mozambique eVisa online through a simple electronic application form. It is expected that applicants will be required to complete the form with basic personal and passport information, and pay a processing fee, to receive an approved online visa sent via email.

  • What do I need to submit an application for the Mozambique electronic visa?

    In order to submit a Mozambique eVisa application, it is expected that the applicant will need to have an eligible passport valid for at least 6 months from the intended date of entry to the country.

    It is expected that applicants will also need to have a valid credit or debit card to pay the Mozambique visa fees, as well as a current email address at which to receive the approved eVisa.

    Further requirements for a Mozambique eVisa are likely to be announced by the government closer to the launch date, and will be published on this page once available.

  • Is a Mozambique online visa a single or multiple entry visa?

    It has not yet been confirmed if the Mozambique online visa will be valid for a single or multiple entry to the country. This information will be published on this site once made available.

  • How much does the Mozambique online visa cost?

    The Mozambique visa cost is yet to be announced and will be published on this site once confirmed by the government.

  • Do I need to print a copy of the Mozambique tourist eVisa?

    It is expected that holders of an approved eVisa will be required to print a copy to carry with them to Mozambique, although this has not yet been confirmed by the government.

  • What do I do if my eVisa for Mozambique is denied?

    If the eVisa for Mozambique is denied, it is expected that applicants will be able to submit a new online form.

    Before submitting an eVisa form, applicants are advised to carefully double check that all of the information provided is correct and matches the details of their passport, as even small errors are expected to result in delays in processing the eVisa or a rejection of the application.

  • Do I need to get an eVisa if I am just in transit in Mozambique?

    The majority of foriegn citizens require a visa for Mozambique, even if they are only passing through in transit to an onward destination.

    Once the eVisa has been implemented, it is expected that eligible citizens will be able to obtain a Mozambique transit visa online.

  • What ports of entry can I use with the tourist eVisa?

    It has not yet been announced which ports of entry in Mozambique will be valid for use with an approved eVisa. These will be listed on this site once confirmed by the government of Mozambique.

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