What documents are necessary?
While the process should be plain sailing, you still need a few things to get started. They are as follows:
A valid passport – if you do not have a passport, you can get one in as little as 24 hours. If you have one, make sure that it is valid and will remain so at least for another six months from your date of arrival in Egypt. Otherwise, your visa application will be denied.
A scan of the information page of your passport – you will be required to upload it in step three of the application form.
Complete a personal questionnaire – step three of the application form will also require you to answer a set of personal questions. It is nothing out of the ordinary. They just want to know the reasons for your travels and such. It should take about 5 minutes of your time.
Means of payment – since you are required to make the payment before you submit your application (step two of the application,) you need to have a credit or debit card ready. If you have a Paypal account, you should know that iVisa accepts that too.
Egypt visa for Belgian citizens – processing time and fees
The cost of the Egypt e-visa is determined by two factors: the processing time and visa type. As for the processing time, you have three options you can choose from:
Standard – when you select this option, you Egypt e-visa will arrive via e-mail within 5 business days. This is the cheapest processing time you have at hand. It costs only $50. $25 is the price of the visa itself, and the other half goes to iVisa as a service fee.
Rush – this option will shorten the application processing time by one day. Your application will be processed within four business days. However, that one less day costs you an extra $30, which means that you will be charged $80 in total.
Super Rush – if you have an emergency and need to be on a plane to Egypt as fast as possible, this is the option for you. Your application will be processed within 3 business days. As you may have guessed, the price goes higher as well. You will be charged $115 for your urgency.
The second factor that affects the price is the visa type. All visas released by iVisa allow a maximum stay of 30 days, but you can choose from a single-entry visa and a multiple-entry visa. The fees mentioned above apply to the single-entry version. If you want to find out the cost of the multiple-entry evisa, just add an extra $35 to each processing time.
As you can obviously see, an Egypt visa for Belgian citizens is one of the easiest things to get. The process is simple, the application form is easy to comprehend, and iVisa will do most of the work anyway. You have nothing to lose if you try it. Quite the contrary, actually.