Our Belarus Visa Guide will teach you everything you need to know about Belarus’s visa policy for people from all over the world, including different types of visas, particular requirements, visa sponsorships, visa fees, and more. It is critical to have a scheduled flight ticket in hand before applying for a visa to Belarus.
Belarus requires visas for most visitors. Belarus grants transit, short-term, long-term, single-entry, double-entry, and multiple-entry visas based on purpose and length of stay.
International treaties allow some nationalities to visit Belarus visa-free.
Belarus also offers many visa-free travel options of varying duration of stay.
Entry into Belarus
The Department recommends purchasing comprehensive travel insurance before travelling to cover all overseas medical expenditures, including medical repatriation/evacuation, remains repatriation, and legal fees. Check exclusions and make sure your policy covers your actions.
The criteria to be eligible for a Belarus visa is displayed below.
Visa application form.
One passport photo.
Your Valid Passport.
Original letter of invitation, with the signature and, if a business, seal of the inviting party.
Medical insurance policy.
The processing time is around the same as the appointment time. Your application will take around 5 days.
Belarus visa applications can take five days to process. Your application will be answered within 5 days.
Who can visit Belarus without a visa?
The following list are the Counties who can travel to Belarus without a visa.
Argentina (up to 90 days) (up to 90 days) Armenia. Azerbaijan. Brazil… Moldova. Mongolia (up to 90 days) (up to 90 days) Montenegro (up to 30 days, provided you get an invitation) (up to 30 days, if you have an invitation) Qatar (up to 30 days) (up to 30 days) Africa. Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Gambia, Namibia, and Seychelles.
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According to stay duration, Belarusian visas are three types:
- Transit visa
- 90-day visa.
- Long-term visa, valid for one year with a 90-day stay limit, unless otherwise specified by Belarusian international treaties.
What to do if your Belarus visa is refused
If you were denied a Belarusian visa owing to a lack of insurance, cash, or documentation, address the issue and reapply.
Below are a few questions other travellers going to Belarus asked before their travels.
We recommend using a reliable visa agency like ours to walk you through the procedure, verify paperwork, and hand deliver to the Belarus Embassy.
Belarus visas are valid for several trips.
Single, double, and multiple-entry tourist visas allow stays of 90 days to 1 year. Passport, Belarus visa application, photo, letter of intent, and travel itinerary are required.
Single, double, and multiple-entry business visas are valid for 39 days or more. You’ll need your passport, the Belarus visa application, pictures, a letter from your employer introducing you and explaining your business activities, and an invitation letter from the sponsoring company in Belarus.
Your visa allows you to stay for 30 days to 1 year per visit.