Comoros Visa

Comoros Visa

Do you need a visa to visit Comoros? Find your nearest Comoros Embassy.

Our Comoros Visa Guide will teach you everything you need to know about Comoros’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 Comoros.

Who needs a visa to visit Comoros?

To enter Comoros, all tourists are needed to obtain a valid visa. Not a single exception exists. Everyone is eligible for a visa-on-arrival for a 45-day maximum stay.

For more information on visas to Comoros, you can visit their Embassy page.

Entry into Comoros

Visitors to Comoros are required to complete a health form. Arrivals require a visa prior to entry. You must ensure you have both of these documents with you before travelling, as turning up to the Country without could result in your refusal.

Eligibility to apply for a Comoros visa

There is not a criteria set out in Comoros for a visa. However you must ensure you have all relevant travel documents, as well as an additional fee’s you may be charged upon entering the Country. The small criteria list is listed below.

The Comoros government will provide visas on arrival to all nationalities. You will need to ensure you have a valid passport and money to pay the fee when you arrive at Hahaya Airport.

The Comoros government will provide visas on arrival to all nationalities.

You will need to ensure you have a valid passport.

Money to pay the fee when you arrive at Hahaya Airport

Processing time for Comoros visas

The processing period for a Comoros visa varies depending on the type of visa requested:

  • Visas issued upon arrival are valid for many hours.
  • Visas issued by an embassy or consulate are valid for one to two weeks.
  • If your visa application has any missing or erroneous information, the processing time may be extended.

Appointment waiting times

Visa appointment wait periods can vary from situation to situation. The seasonal volume of work and number of waiting applicants also affect the projected duration of the wait. However, the bulk of wait periods range from 60 to 120 days, or even more. Due to this waiting period, it is recommended that travellers apply for their visas at least eight weeks before departure.

Who can visit Comoros without a visa?

Every visitor wishing to enter Comoros requires a visa. Failure to present a visa will result in the traveller being sent back home. There are no exceptions for late visas, so if you wish to enter Comoros, it is advised to sort your visas before booking your trip. The maximum stay time allowed on a visa is 45 days.

For detailed information on specific parts of the general visa process, you can refer to the links below to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any particular information, please contact us via email.

Comoros visa types

There are 6 different types of visas available for Comoros. Each visa is designed for different holiday purposes, it is important to remember to apply for the correct type of visa which fits your reason for holiday. The types of visas available are:

  • Comoros.
  • Visa free access.
  • Visa on arrival.
  • eVisa.
  • Visa available both on arrival or online.
  • Visa required.

What to do if your Comoros visa is refused?

You have the right to contest this verdict. The embassy of the Member State that decided to deny the visa distributes a standard form to notify the applicant of the decision to deny a Comoro visa and the reasons for the denial. People regularly ask us how we can “guarantee” the issuance of a visa. Because all final decisions are made by embassies, there is no way to obtain a 100 percent guarantee. All you can do is ensure that your application is as strong as possible. Please get in touch with us if your visa application was denied.

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