Romania became a state member of the European Union in 2007, and since all EU citizens are eligible for an Egypt electronic visa, an Egypt visa for Romanian citizens has never been so simple to obtain. All you are required to do is come with a few documents and apply online using the services provided by iVisa. The process is entirely online, there is no trip to the embassy, and the whole thing is pretty cheap.
Just because iVisa does all the hard work, that does not mean you do not have to bring anything to the table. There is a short list of requirements you need to meet. Here is what you need to provide:
A valid passport – if you do not have a passport, you can get one easily. If you have one, make sure that it is valid and will remain as such 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.
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 as well.
Once you have every item on that list, you can move on to the online application form.
The cost of your visa depends on two things: processing time and visa type. As for the processing time, you have three excellent choices:
Standard processing time – when you select this option, your 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 processing time – this option will shorten the application processing time by one day. Your application will be processed within four business days, and you will be charged $80.
The visa type will also determine the cost of your Egypt evisa. You can choose a single-entry visa, for which the prices are mentioned above, or you can go for a multiple-entry visa. The latter is $35 more expensive.
As you can obviously see, getting and Egypt visa for Romanian citizens could not be more straightforward. However, if you find yourself in need of assistance, you should know that iVisa provides support 24/7.