The Tourist eVisa is meant for travellers who wish to visit for tourism purposes.
If you won’t be leaving your airport’s international transit area, then you won’t need to apply for any type of visa.
You must have been vaccinated for yellow fever if travelling from a country with a risk of transmission, please ensure you carry proof of your vaccine.
This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the FastTrackVisa website page for that country for more information.
A Tourist eVisa is valid for 90 days and, when used, enables a visitor to stay in the country for a maximum 30 continuous days.
No, on arrival in Azerbaijan, you’ll have to show your printed-out eVisa document to an immigration official, along with your passport. Don’t attach the eVisa to the passport in any way.
A Tourist eVisa ensures you’re eligible to stay for a total 30 days. However, if you seek to stay more than 10 days, you’ll have to register with Azerbaijan’s State Migration Service. Probably the best way to do this is to ask your hotel to apply for you.
Should your application be rejected, you’ll have to reapply for a Tourist eVisa at your nearest Azerbaijan embassy or consulate.
Once you’ve applied and it’s been processed, we’ll email you your Tourist eVisa document – do check your spam folder if it doesn’t appear in your inbox. If you’ve any questions for us, please contact us via the online chat box at the bottom of the page.
The situation in each country during the Covid 19 pandemic is changing rapidly. Please check with the foreign office of the country in order to ascertain the most up to date entry requirement for vaccination and Covid tests.
You’ll need a digital copy of your passport (the last page), a passport-sized photo of yourself and a credit/ debit card (for payment).
Depending on which payment option you choose when you apply, it will either take 48 hours or 4-5 business days to process your eVisa and for you to receive it.
To be allowed entry to Azerbaijan on a Tourist eVisa, your passport’s validity must exceed that of the eVisa by at least three months.
Should you hold dual nationality, when applying for an eVisa, you should select the nationality that matches the passport you’ll be travelling with.
No. This Tourist eVisa enables one entry only, which means if you were to leave Azerbaijan and want to re-enter, you’d have to obtain a new visa solution.