Tunisia eVisa

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Tunisia Online Visa Information

The Tunisia eVisa is an online visa announced in 2017 and expected to be implemented in the near future. The Tunisia online visa will allow citizens of eligible countries to visit Tunisia for short stays.

The government of Tunisia is implementing the Tunisia visa application online in order to promote tourism in the country by facilitating the process of applying for a Tunisia visa for tourism, as well as making it easier for eligible citizens to obtain a visa for medical treatment.

Eligible citizens will be able to apply through the simple online visa application for Tunisia, which will only take a few minutes to complete. Applicants will be required to fill in the Tunisia eVisa application form with personal, passport, and travel information, and answer a few security questions to receive an approved Tunisian eVisa via email.

At the moment, those who are required to obtain a visa to travel to Tunisia are still required to apply from a Tunisian Embassy or Consulate, until the eVisa is fully implemented.

Highlights
Upcoming online visa for Tunisia
Visit for short stays
For purposes of tourism or medical treatment
What is Necessary ?

Valid passport

Current email

Debit/credit card

Tunisia Electronic Visa Requirements

In order to submit an eVisa application for Tunisia, applicants are required to meet the Tunisia eVisa requirements for documents, involving having a passport valid for the duration of the stay, from an eVisa eligible country.

Tunisia Electronic visa requirements also state that the applicant must have:

  • A valid credit or debit card to pay the Tunisia eVisa fee
  • A current email address at which to receive the approved eVisa for Tunisia.

The Tunisia visa policy states that applicants will be able to present the approved eVisa at Tunisian border control alongside their passport to gain entry to the country.

Further online Tunisia visa requirements may be announced closer to the launch of the eVisa, and will be published on this site when made available by the Tunisian government.

Application Steps

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

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Tunisia Visa Policy

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Tunisia Visa FAQ

  • What is the electronic travel authorization for Tunisia?

    The electronic travel authorization for Tunisia is an online visa which will allow citizens of eligible countries to visit Tunisia for short stays. It was announced in 2017 and is expected to be implemented in the near future.

  • How long is my Tunisian eVisa valid for? When does it expire?

    It has not yet been announced how long the Tunisia eVisa will be valid for. This information will be published on this site once made available by the Tunisian government.

  • Does an eVisa guarantee me access to Tunisia?

    An apporved eVisa grants permission for the holder to travel to Tunisia, although the final decision for entry with the eVisa will be taken by immigration officials upon arrival at border control.

  • What is the cost to obtain the Tunisia visa online?

    The cost of the Tunisia visa online has yet to be announced and will be published on this site when available.

  • When I must fill out the Tunisia online visa form?

    Applicants are expected to be required to submit a Tunisia online visa form at least a few working days before the intended date of arrival in the country. The standard processing time for the Tunisia eVisa has not yet been announced and will be published on this site when available.

  • I’m planning to travel to Tunisia in a few months, can I apply now? If not, when can I start applying for the eVisa?

    It has not yet been announced how early applicants will be able to apply for the eVisa for Tunisia. This information will be published on this website when available.

  • How long does it take to get an electronic travel authorization for Tunisia?

    The standard processing time for the electronic travel authorization for Tunisia has not yet been made available. This information will be published on this website closer to the launch of the eVisa for Tunisia.

  • Can I make changes to my eVisa application to Tunisia?

    It has not yet been announced whether or not applicants will be able to make changes to their eVisa application to Tunisia after submitting the form. This information will be published on this site once made available by the government of Tunisia.

  • Do I need a travel authorization if I am in transit in Tunisia?

    The government of Tunisia has not yet announced whether eVisa eligible citizens in transit through Tunisia will require a travel authorization.

  • Do I need to print and bring my Tunisia eVisa to the airport?

    It has not yet been announced whether or not applicants will be required to print a copy of the Tunisia eVisa to present upon arrival. This requirement will be announced closer to the launch date of the eVisa for Tunisia and published on this website when available.

  • Why was my eVisa for Tunisia application denied?

    It is expected that applicants will need to ensure that all the information on the Tunisia eVisa application is correct before submitting the form, as even small errors are expected to result in the application being denied.

  • Can I extend my eVisa while in Tunisia?

    The government of Tunisia has not yet announced if it will be possible to extend the eVisa while in Tunisia. This information will be published on this site once available.

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