EGYPT VISA FOR MONTENEGRIN CITIZENS

EGYPT VISA FOR MONTENEGRIN CITIZENS

iVisa | Updated on May 06, 2020

In December 2017, Egypt launched a program that allows some countries to apply and obtain an eVisa. Montenegro is on that list, which means that an Egypt eVisa for Montenegrin citizens is now completely accessible online. All you have to do is to use the services provided by iVisa so you can get your travel document in as little as 2 Business Days.

If you want to know how to apply for this eVisa, then keep reading this document.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Montenegrin people are able to apply for this eVisa?

Yes, they are. In order to enter Egypt, they have to apply for a visa first.

What is the electronic visa?

The Egyptian eVisa is an official electronic paper generated by the Government of Egypt that allows the access of tourists to their country.

How long can I stay in Egypt?

Montenegrin nationals can stay 30 days in Total if you have an Egyptian eVisa.

What requirements do I have to follow?

While iVisa provides complete services, you need to give a few documents to speed up the process. The list is quite short, and there is nothing out of the ordinary on it. Here is what you need to provide:

  • A valid passport
  • A scan of the information page of your passport
  • Payment Methods
  • A valid email address

How long does the eVisa last?

This document is valid for 90 days after issued.

What are the prices and types of processes that iVisa offers?

The price of the Egyptian eVisa is not high, however, all will depend on: the processing time and visa type. In case of the visa type, you have two options: single-entry and multiple-entry. The fees for the single entry can be found below, and the multiple-entry visa costs USD 60.00 more. As for the processing time, you are given three choices:

  • Standard processing (6 Business Days) - USD 55.00.

  • Rush processing (4 Business Days) - USD 70.00.

  • Super Rush processing (2 Business Days) - USD 120.00.

As you can see, the cost is not high, and given the amount of effort you need to make, getting an Egypt eVisa is a piece of cake. Even so, if you need any help with the application process, or you have questions, you can contact iVisa’s support service. Someone will be ready to take your call anytime.

How can I apply for the Egyptian eVisa?

Once you get all the documents required, you can start filling in the online form. Follow these steps:

  • Fill out the application form with your personal data and select the processing time from the options mentioned above.
  • Revise all the information provided and make the payment.
  • Respond to a questionnaire and upload your photo. There you need to upload your passport scan too along with other documents (that may be required as well, but it depends on personal circumstances.

What is the number of times I can enter Egypt?

With an Egyptian eVisa, you get Single Entry.

Can I apply for a Single or Multiple Entry visa?

You can apply for both but not at the same time.

If I'm only transiting in Egypt, do I require a visa?

If you do not go out of the Transit Area in less than 48 hours and you have a paper which proofs that you are only waiting for your next flight, then you do not require a visa.

Do I need to print a copy of the visa?

It is advisable to have at least one printed copy of the visa. When making the printout, keep in mind the following:

  • Use a white sheet of paper (not recycled)
  • It must be letter size

How can I trust in the services you provide?

We provide maximum safety and confidentiality of your personal data thanks to a database that we manage internally. This protects your information and prevents its exposure on the Internet. If you want to know more about our services and what our customers say about us, you can see our customer's testimonials.

If I want to receive extra information from you, how can I do?

Visit our iVisa's website and find out the new products we are currently offering. You can also get in touch with one of our customers team on this link.

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