New rule on defining Visa fee for multiple entry for foreigners entered into force
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  • 13:59 21 October 2019

New rule on defining Visa fee for multiple entry for foreigners entered into force

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs made an amendment to the “Administrative Regulation on the Acceptance of Applications and Documents for Visas for Foreigners and Stateless Persons Who Want to Come to the Republic of Azerbaijan”, ONA reports.

The electronic service provided in accordance with this regulation (http://eapplication.mfa.gov.az) concerns the electronic reception of applications and documents of foreigners and stateless persons who wish to come to the Republic of Azerbaijan to obtain a visa (excluding electronic visa), their consideration, response to these appeals and official granting or refusal to grant a visa, depending on the results of the consideration.

Visa applications of foreigners and stateless persons are considered no later than 15 days from the date of application, in cases determined by the President of the Azerbaijan Republic, as well as in cases where the trip of foreigners and stateless persons is associated with emergency treatment, serious illness or death of their relatives relatives living in the Republic of Azerbaijan (with the provision of a document confirming these facts) - no later than 2 working days. In accordance with Articles 16.1.6 and 16.1.7 of the “State Duty Law”, a state fee of $ 20 is levied for transit and single entry visas, and $ 350 for multiple entry visas.

In accordance with the amendment, in cases where the amount of the fee levied upon the issuance of multiple entry visas by the relevant authorities of foreign countries in relation to citizens of the Azerbaijan Republic will differ from the amount established for the similar action by the Law on State Fees, the degree of state fees as decided by the Cabinet Ministers may be established at the level of duties established in these countries in relation to citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The change entered into force on October 18.

Mirmahmud Kazimoglu

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