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Visa Policy for Azerbaijan
The Azerbaijan visa policy outlines the rules and regulations that determine the entry requirements for foreign nationals coming into the country.
There are several different types of visa for Azerbaijan. The visa options available depend on the nationality of the visitor, the purpose of travel, and the length of stay in the country.
Azerbaijan has an electronic visa (e-Visa) system called the ASAN Visa. Close to 100 different nationalities are able to complete an online application form in order to obtain this e-Visa.
The ASAN system was implemented to improve the visa application process and speed up border control checks.
According to the visa policy of Azerbaijan, citizens of around 140 countries must apply for a consular visa at an Azerbaijani embassy in order to visit the country for short stays.
All foreign nationals who intend to relocate to Azerbaijan and/or work in the country must apply for the relevant visas and permits at an embassy, in line with the immigration policy of Azerbaijan.
There are around 10 countries whose citizens may enter Azerbaijan without a visa for a certain length of time. If these visa-exempt travelers plan to remain in the country for a longer period, they must obtain the relevant visa.
Travelers from one country are currently prohibited from entering Azerbaijan due to a territorial dispute between the 2 nations. Furthermore, any foreign national found to have entered the disputed territories will face a permanent entry ban.
Find out more about Azerbaijan’s visa policy with regards to travelers of different nationalities in the information provided below.