Nowadays luckily Colombian citizens who want to travel to Bahrain have the chance of applying online for a Bahrain electronic visa. This means that you are don't need to visit the embassy to receive your visa anymore.
Using iVisa's services, you're just one click away to receive your e-Visa. Continue reading to show you how this is possible and also what requirements you need to have.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do I need to visit the Bahrain Embassy for Travel Arrangements?
You don't need to do it anymore. Now you have more options to visit Bahrain avoiding this contact with the embassy. If you count with the help of a professional visa company like iVisa reaching out to any foreign embassies is not a must.
I am from Colombia, do I have to apply for an evisa to visit Bahrain?
You do, it is mandatory to get an e-Visa. You always have the option to obtain a consular visa, but the way to do it is more stressful and difficult.
Where can I apply online for this e-Visa?
You don't need to get out of the comfort of your home. If you are in Colombia and want to travel to Bahrain, just apply for an e-Visa online with iVisa. The whole process is easy and fast and you will receive your visa electronically.
What documents are required?
It's easier than you think to fill in the application form. However, you need a few things, to begin with, the application. All you needed is accessible and the list is short:
Passport – getting a passport is easy, probably you have one already. However, it is mandatory that your passport is valid and maintains its validity for at least six months from your departure date to Bahrain. If its validity expired, you need a new passport. Otherwise, your visa application will be denied.
E-mail address – You must provide us a personal valid email with correct spelling, because once your visa is approved iVisa will send you a copy of the document via e-mail in PDF format that you will need to print. That hardcopy will be requested at the immigration office. Remember that once your visa is approved it will be linked automatically to your passport electronically, this is the reason why it is important to send you a document version so you can print.
Means of subsistence – the immigration officers need to make sure that Colombians are not in the country seeking illegal work. If you provide the proof that you can support yourself while in Bahrain, this will constitute evidence that you are not seeking this type of activity.
Return flight ticket – the evisa will let you stay in the country for a certain amount of time. Officers need a proof of return to make sure that you follow the rule and you will return to your country. This flight ticket will provide precisely that.
Method of payment – you need to make the payment of iVisa’s services while completing the application process. You can either select a credit or a debit card to pay. Also, a Paypal account is accepted.
To simplify you this part, here's a simple check list that you can see quickly to make sure that you have everything on hand:
Passport Personal Details Scan Return Air Ticket Proof of Accommodation Most recent 3 months bank statements (if applicable) Last Page of Passport (if applicable) Justification Letter (if applicable) GCC Residence Permit (if applicable) Work Certificate (if applicable)
Passport Personal Details Scan
Return Air Ticket
Proof of Accommodation
Most recent 3 months bank statements (if applicable)
Last Page of Passport (if applicable)
Justification Letter (if applicable)
GCC Residence Permit (if applicable)
Work Certificate (if applicable)
How Long is My Bahrain Electronic Visa Valid?
You can stay in country for 30 days Per Entry. If you apply with iVisa's services, we’ll make sure that the validity of your visa match with the day of your trip. We want you to have a good experience and we will make sure your visa won’t expire during your vacation.
How Much is the Cost to Obtain My Bahrain E-Visa with iVisa?
With iVisa, the total price will depend on how soon you want your visa. Consider that the cost of the visa per sé is USD 79.00, but depending on the processing time the fees will have a different price. Here you can see our three options available:
- Standard processing option: This alternative have a cost of USD 114.00 and you can have your visa in just7 Business Days (service fee and visa cost included).
- Rush processing option: If you choose this one, you'll get your e-Visa in 6 Business Days, lees time than the previous option, this is why you will have to pay USD 144.00
- Super Rush process option: This the third and fastest processing time. You will have your visa in just 5 Business Days after paying USD 179.00.
How long is the application process of a Bahrain e-Visa?
You will just spend 15 minutes or less to apply for a Bahrain visa. Awesome! Imagine going to the embassy, stressful, isn't it?
How can I do my application?
iVisa designed a straightforward online form for your application. Three simple steps is the way to do it. If you find yourself in need of help, do not worry you can always call iVisa’s support service. Someone is available 24/7.
Step one of the application form will require you to fill in your basic information. It is easy and should take about five minutes of your time. Also you will need to choose the processing time. Be aware that your selection will change the cost of your Bahrain evisa.
The second step of the application process consists of a quick but careful revision and payment. Make sure that every piece of information you provide is accurate. Once the application is processed, you cannot modify any information, and the cost is non-refundable.
Lastly, the third step consists of answering a personal questionnaire and to upload a document. The additional documents depend on your particular case, the government will decide it, is not the same for everyone. It is a normal procedure do not worry, you will be notified of everything you need to upload.
As you can see, the process doesn't present any challenges. iVisa is the best option, start the application form here.
How many times can I enter Bahrain?
Don't forget that the Bahrain e-Visa has Multiple Entry, so you can visit more than once the country. Just keep in mind that the Bahrain e-Visa expires 30 days after issued.
Can I make and extension of my e-Visa if I want to stay longer?
If this is your case, you must visit the General Directorate of Nationality, Passports & Residence (NPRA) in that way your Bahrain e-Visa will be extended. We know that they can help you with this.
How can I know if my e-Visa is approved and ready to use?
Once you complete the application form, the government will decide the approval or rejection of your visa. Once they have a result we will send you immediately an email with the good news.
Can I see a sample of my future e-Visa?
Yes, of course. This is a sample:
Do Colombian citizens have to travel to Bahrain on the exact date specified in the e-Visa application?
Not at all since your Bahrain e-Visa is valid from the date specified in your approved e-Visa. This means that you are allowed to visit this country on any date within this validity period.
How safe is iVisa to make an application process?
iVisa is a highly rated company in security and also has a top-notch method to protect all customer's accounts and ensure the information is secure and private. Don't worry, your personal information won't be leaked. iVisa invests a lot of resources in its data security to protect our customers. You can trust in us.
Where can I have more information about Bahrain and its evisa?
If you still have questions. You can click here to get more info about Bahrain, its visas and tourism. Also, if you want to talk to one of our customer service workers, click here, we'll be glad to assist you.
iVisa makes the visa process easier as possible. We have a 9.5 ‘Excellent’ rating from more than 19,000 reviewers on Trustpilot. You are just one click away from obtaining your eVisa just as fast as many of our customers do.
Traveling to Bahrain from Colombia is so easy to do with our help. Simply apply online and let iVisa do the rest with the Bahrain Embassy.