Azerbaijan visa for Irish

Azerbaijan visa for Irish

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

Azerbaijan started the ASAN system in January 2017. This system allows Irish travelers to have an electronic visa. Unlike the other countries, the said program has just started, and has already gained success since then. There is currently a total of 93 nationalities that can access the Azerbaijan evisa online. It is continuously growing and a lot more countries will be joining the ASAN program anytime soon. The electronic visa for Azerbaijan has started to become available on arrival at the airport this 2018.

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It is very simple to check your eligibility for an Irish Azerbaijan evisa by using the iVisa tool called Visa Checker. Simply choose your nationality from the drag-down field and select Azerbaijan as your destination. The information will be displayed quickly, and if you are eligible, you can apply right away.

Azerbaijan visa for Irish - What are the documents needed?

Just like going to the embassy, you’d also need a few documents to get started. No need to worry, as iVisa would not require that much of documents and would not need much of your efforts. Here’s the list if what you need to provide:

  • Valid passport – getting a passport is easy and doesn’t take that long nowadays. If you do have one, though, make sure that it is valid and remains to be so for at least another three months from your date of departure to Azerbaijan. An expired passport can leave you without an approved visa.

  • Digital copy of your passport – scanning your passport is easy, and make sure to do it before you start filling in your application form. You will be required to upload it before submitting it.

  • E-mail address – electronic visas are linked to passports electronically, but you still need a hard copy. iVisa will send you the document via e-mail in PDF format, which is why it is essential to insert a valid e-mail address. Check the spelling twice before you submit your application.

  • Payment Options – you will be provided several payment options. You can either use a credit or a debit card, and if you have an account on Paypal, you can use that as well.

Azerbaijan e-visa – What are the processing time and its corresponding fees?

iVisa provides its services at competitive prices for Irish, reason why it has a lot of satisfied customers. One of the reasons why is that, applicants are given three options to choose from. Remember that each processing time has its equivalent cost, and the faster you want your visa, the higher amount you’ll have to pay. Here are your options:

  • Standard – the least expensive option you have, and most people go for it. It takes four business days for your application to be processed, and you need to pay $45 for it.

  • Rush – this option will cut in half the waiting time, which means that your Azerbaijan evisa will arrive in two business days. However, you need to pay more if you choose this processing time. The cost is $75.

  • Super Rush – if you want your visa as fast as possible, this is the option you should choose. Your application will be processed within one business day. As you can expect, this is the most expensive processing time, which means that you will be charged $95.

Application Form

The application form for Irish Azerbaijan evisa is very easy to accomplish, and would you need assistance in completing it, iVisa has a support service ready to answer your call 24/7.

First, you’d need to fill in your general information like name, address, email address, passport info, and so on. This is also the step where you’d need to choose the processing time.

The second step is about revision and payment, and the last step consists of a personal questionnaire and photo upload. This is where you’ll need to upload your passport scan. Other documents may be required as well, but it depends on personal circumstances. After you are done, you submit your form and wait for your visa to arrive.

The Azerbaijan visa you receive will allow Irish to stay in the country for maximum 30 days. However, if your trip is longer than 10 days, your stay needs to be registered with the State Migration Service. Ask your hotel or host how to do that. They will know what needs to be done.

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