Dependent Visas for Bangladesh Tourists

Dependent Visas for Bangladesh Tourists

iVisa | Updated on Feb 17, 2020

Does your child or dependent need a separate visa to travel to Bangladesh? It depends. Any minor who wants to travel internationally will need an accompanying adult. It is best to at least bring a Child Travel Consent document wherever you go, which includes their birth and residency information, your relationship status with the child, allergies, special needs, and any other information deemed relevant like custody information and the guardian's passport information.


This helps reduce the number of child trafficking incidents and will keep your child safe if something has to happen. Start with a visa application form and our team can help you figure out all of the logistics for your dependent.

Dependent Visa Information - Tourist Visa for Bangladesh

This guide uses the United States of America as an example. You may find specific information for your travels to Bangladesh by choosing your nationality country with our Visa Checker Tool.

What is the maximum amount of time I can stay in Bangladesh with a tourist visa?

  • For a single-entry visa, the maximum stay in Bangladesh is 30 days in Total.
  • For a multiple-entry visa, the maximum stay in Bangladesh is 30 days in Total.
  • For a double-entry visa, the maximum stay in Bangladesh is 30 days in Total.

By what date do I have to use the visa?

The expiration date of your Bangladesh tourist visa will be as follows:

  • Single Entry Visa: 60 days after issued
  • Double Entry Visa: 60 days after issued
  • Multiple Entry Visa: 60 days after issued

What is the service fee cost of a Bangladesh tourist visa application form?

Any associated service fees for processing your application form will depend upon which processing speed you select for the 60-day tourist visa form.

Processing Speed Single-Entry Double-Entry Multiple-Entry
Standard USD 25.00 USD 25.00 USD 25.00
Rush USD 45.00 USD 45.00 USD 45.00
Super Rush USD 80.00 USD 80.00 USD 80.00

How many times can I enter Bangladesh with this visa?

We offer three visa applications based on your entry needs. You choose one, and it will determine how many times you can enter Bangladesh with a tourist visa.

All visa application forms are for the 60-day tourist visa.

  • Single Entry Visa gives you Single Entry.
  • Double Entry Visa gives you Double Entry.
  • Multiple Entry Visa gives you Multiple Entry.

Why do I need a visa to get into Bangladesh?

Governments use travel visas for national security, population, and health reasons. That's why you will have to get one to travel as a foreign citizen. Two countries can agree on what type of travel restrictions to reciprocate and establish for each other's' citizens.

What is the processing time of a tourist visa for Bangladesh?

Processing time for the Bangladesh Tourist Visa Application Form depends on your entry needs and how fast you need the application processed.

All application forms are for a 60-day visa.

Processing Speed Single-Entry Double-Entry Multiple-Entry
Standard 9 days 9 days 9 days
Rush 7 days 7 days 7 days
Super Rush 5 days 5 days 5 days

Does filling out the electronic application form guarantee I will get a visa?

The government of Bangladesh has the final say in whether your visa will be approved and accepted while you travel.

What documents do I need to apply for a Bangladesh visa?

You will need the following to fill out your visa application form:

  • A scanned passport-quality photo
  • Valid passport with a minimum of 6 months of validity and 2 blank pages for stamping
  • A Credit/Debit Card or PayPal Account to pay the associated fees for your visa securely online.

The Guide to the Visa Dependents for Bangladesh - Get Your Visa Started

Any time you travel with children, it is best to get a visa for them if you are unsure whether or not you may need one. By doing this, you are guaranteeing that a child has a better chance of getting in.

This also is for the security of all children.

If you have any further questions, please, let us know.

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