Brunei Darussalam Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

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With a majority Muslim population and status as a member of the British Commonwealth, Brunei is a small but wealthy nation in South Asia. As long as you are religiously respectful and do not overstay your visa term limit, your trip is sure to go smoothly.

You should know that a visa for Brunei is required for many nationalities, but not all. Just like most visa policies in the world, the visa policy of Brunei contains a list of visa-exempt countries whose citizens can visit Brunei for up to 90 days. However, the period of time you can spend in Brunei depends on your country of origin. For example, the citizens of the European Union can remain in Brunei for up to 90 days, while the citizens of Indonesia can stay for only 14 days.

At the same time, the visa policy of Brunei contains a list of 7 countries whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival that is valid for 14 days (2 weeks) or 30 days, depending on the nation. However, this visa on arrival is possible only if those nationalities enter Brunei through its International Airport. Any other point of entry requires a consular visa.

If you wish to know if your visa requirement, you can go through Brunei’s visa policy on their government website. However, the easier and quicker way would be for you to use our Visa Checker Tool. Just select your nationality and choose Brunei as your destination country. In seconds, the Tool will display what you need to know: and that's not all. If you do require a visa to enter Brunei, you will receive a list of available embassies in your region.

At this moment, we do not process visa applications for Brunei, but it is on our agenda. In the meantime, we are more than happy to help you by providing as much information as we can. We offer a free support service that is ready to take your call and resolve any questions you may have, 24/7.

If you need a visa for Brunei, your option is to go to the nearest embassy. But before that, you need to make sure that you meet all the requirements for a successful application process. You can read about the requirements on several websites, but our advice is for you to contact the embassy and ask them for further information and advice. The info online may be vast, but it is not always the most reliable. One thing is sure: you'll need to have a passport with several blank pages and validity for at least 6 months from your date of arrival in Brunei.

Although iVisa is regretfully unable to process your Brunei visa application, we hope that the above information is helpful.

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