Since January 2017, Azerbaijan joined the countries that can release eVisas. At the moment, there are 93 nationalities, including Polish, that can apply for this document, and it has registered considerable success. Moreover, more countries will be added to the list.
In this article, you'll learn all that's necessary to apply online for the Azerbaijan eVisa.
Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs
I'm from Poland, do I need to apply for a visa to enter Azerbaijan?
Yes, you must apply for a visa to enter Azerbaijan if you have a Polish passport. However, you can simply apply for an eVisa to avoid any tedious process.
What is an Azerbaijan e-Visa for Polish Citizens?
The Azerbaijan e-Visa is a document that allows you to enter the country. If you are a Polish passport holder, then you can access iVisa.com and get your Azerbaijan e-Visa. The process is effortless and it will only take you a few minutes.
How long is this e-Visa valid for Polish Citizens?
If you're from Poland, you can use the Azerbaijan e-Visa 90 days after issued.
Don't forget that you can stay in Azerbaijan 30 days Total upon arrival.
What are the requirements?
Even a modern electronic system requires you to provide a few things, which are the basic requirements to travel. The list is very short, and chances are that you already have everything required:
Valid passport – It's a must if you plan to travel abroad. If you already have it, make sure that it is valid for at least three months from your departure date.
A digital scan of your passport – while you fill in the online form, you will be required to upload a digital copy of your passport. Make sure to scan it before filling in the form so that the process runs smoother.
E-mail address – iVisa will send you the documents via e-mail in PDF format. Don't forget that your eVisa will be electronically linked to your passport, but you still need a copy. Make sure that the address you insert is valid.
Payment options – iVisa allows you to pay with multiple payment methods. You can either use a credit/debit card or even a Paypal account if you have one.
What are the processing times and fees?
The reason why these two aspects are mentioned together is that one determines the other. The processing time will dictate how much money you will be charged. iVisa provides three excellent options that are fit for every Polish. Here is what you can choose from:
Standard processing time – this is the least expensive alternative. It costs USD 45.00(or the equivalent in your country’s currency), and your application will be ready within 4 Business Days. You should apply 6 days before departure because while delays almost never happen, it is best to be on the safe side. The ‘2 days in advance’ rule applies to all processing times.
Rush processing time – Your visa will arrive in 2 Business Days, but you are going to pay more this time. The fee for this processing time is USD 75.00.
Super Rush processing time – last but not least, this processing time is the fastest one. You will get your Azerbaijan e-Visa in only 6 hours. However, as you can guess, this is also the most expensive option. The total amount will add to USD 105.00.
How long does it take to apply for an Azerbaijan e-Visa with my Malaysian passport?
You shouldn't spend more than 20 minutes to complete the form since the process is quite easy. If you have issues while filling in the application form, you can contact our customer service for assistance.
How can I apply?
iVisa is familiar with those government forms that require translation, especially because they're also very tedious to understand. However, iVisa designed a short and simple application process that won't be a difficult task for you. Nevertheless, if you have any trouble understanding and completing it, you can contact iVisa's Customer Support Service anytime.
The process is split into three steps:
The first one will ask you to insert your basic information such as name, address, email, date of birth, passport info, and so on. You are also required to choose a processing time during this step.
The second step consists of a simple revision and payment. All the information you insert here must be accurate.
In the last step you must complete a personal questionnaire and upload additional documents. The extra documents depend on the case.
After you are done with the online form, all you need to do is hit the submit button and wait for the Azerbaijan eVisa to arrive via email. It is as simple as that!
As you can confirm, this is an effortless process. You can start here and forget about any bureaucratic process!
How many times can I enter Azerbaijan with this e-Visa?
You'll get a Single Entry wit your e-Visa.
What should I do if I have dual citizenship?
With a dual or multiple citizenships, you must select the country of nationality in accordance with the passport you'll be using for your journey.
What if I'm just passing through Azerbaijan?
As long as you don't leave the international transit area, you don't have to apply for any kind of e-Visa.
Can I re-apply if my e-Visa application to enter Azerbaijan is denied?
It might be a strange case, but if your Azerbaijan e-Visa application is rejected, then you may re-apply for it, but this time at a relevant diplomatic representation (embassy/consulate) of the Azerbaijani Government.
What if I made a mistake in my application form?
In that case, you can contact us as soon as possible to get help, but only if your e-Visa hasn't been sent. If you already sent your application form, even after revision, then it's not possible to change any information.
I still have some questions in mind, where can I find more information about Azerbaijan?
If you want a faster and better resolution to any of your questions, you can contact us here. We'll be glad to hear from you.
You can also find more information about Azerbaijan through this page.
It's not hard to travel to Azerbaijan if you're a Polish Citizen, and with iVisa, the process will be easier than ever! You'll only have to worry about planning your dream adventure. Apply for an Azerbaijan e-Visa now and start enjoying your journey!