|Travel Document Type||Government Fee||iVisa Processing Fee||Processing Time|
Government Fee USD 10.00
iVisa Processing Fee USD 20.00
Processing Time 12 hours
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In 2016, the Kuwaiti Government launched the Kuwait Online Visa, which is an electronic travel authorization created to streamline the visa application process. This new system drastically reduces time at border checkpoints and eliminates the necessity of visiting an embassy in-person.
Additionally, applicants need not send their passport to an embassy or visit for an interview. The Kuwait Government issues the visas online and iVisa will send you this document in PDF format via email.
Applying through iVisa will allow you access to your own personal online account where you can easily track the status and approval of your visa.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The e-Visa is an authorization document that allows visitors to travel to Kuwait entry point.
We require the following to submit your application:
Passport Personal Details Scan Last Page of Passport (if applicable)
Passport Personal Details Scan
Last Page of Passport (if applicable)
HOW TO TAKE THE PERFECT PHOTO OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
The cost is USD 20.00 for standard processing. For rush processing and super rush processing, the cost is USD 60.00 and USD 80.00, respectively.
It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:
- Standard Processing: 3 days
- Rush Processing: 2 days
- Super Rush Processing: 12 hours
The Kuwait e-Visa is 30 days after issued. This means that you have to enter Kuwait within this period. However, you can apply for your Kuwait e-Visa with us at any time, as we will automatically queue your order until it's the right time for processing.
Applicant’s passport should have at least 6-months validity from the time of entry into Kuwait and at least one blank page.
Upon arrival, the Immigration Officers from Kuwait will verify that all the data on your e-Visa is valid and up to date. An immigration officer will then re-print / re-issue your e-Visa if needed. Please keep this document safe while you travel in Kuwait.
The Kuwait e-Visa for Tourism allows for stays of a maximum of 90 days Total.
- This visa is for tourism purposes only, working is not possible with this visa!
The following countries are eligible for an e-Visa:
Andorra, Australia , Australia , Austria , Belgium, Bhutan, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany. Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Laos, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City, Vietnam.
You will receive your visa in approximately 3 days by email if you pay for the Standard Processing, 2 days if you pay for the Rush Processing and 12 hours for the Super Rush Processing. Print this document and take it with you on your trip.
- NOTE: Visa applications are not processed on weekends in Kuwait (Friday and Saturday)
The Kuwait e-Visa allows for a Single Entry.
GCC stands for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which is a political and economic alliance of Middle Eastern countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Oman. GCC Resident simply means that you are a resident of one of these countries.
You can ONLY apply online IF you have residency (exceeding 6 months when applying for e-Visa) from any of the following countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Oman.
A copy of the Sponsor's GCC residency must also be sent with your e-Visa application, as well as for dependents such as a spouse, child, domestic labor etc who will be presented with you on arrival.
The applicant's work according to the GCC residency should be one of the following:
Consultants, Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Judges & Members of Public Prosecution, University Teachers, Press & Media Staff, Pilots, System Analysts & Computer Programmers, Managers, Businessmen, Diplomatic Corps, University Graduates – Owners, Managers and Representatives of Commercial Companies and Establishments
No, unfortunately you can not apply online if you do not have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity. Contact the nearest Kuwait embassy for more info.
Data inconsistency between the e-Visa and your passport will render the e-Visa invalid. You will need to re-apply, making sure that the information matches exactly. If you find errors in your application, please inform us ASAP.
Each adult visitor to the Republic of Kuwait is required to submit e-Visa applications in their personal account. Parents can apply for their children from the parents account.
Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
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In the recent past, people seem more and more eager to visit Arabic countries. The truth is that there are not so many restrictions, even though you still cannot go to Mecca or Medina if you are a non-Muslim. However, Kuwait has no such restrictions, and you can visit its cities anytime. Even so, there are a probably a few things that you should know before you get there. Going to a foreign country without researching its culture and habits may lead to insults that you did not even know existed. That is why some homework is needed. With that being said, take a look at a few things that you should know about Kuwait. Even though Kuwait is an Arabic country, only about a third of the people who live there are Kuwaitis. That is because oil makes a huge part of the country’s economy, and many expats work there. As a result, there is a lot of diversity, especially in large cities. To be honest, this has its advantages. At least you will never have trouble communicating since most people are fluent in English. Chances are you are going to find some of your own nationals there. It depends on where exactly you are going. Since this is an Arabic country we are talking about, you would think that there are restrictions as far as clothing is concerned. However, that is not true. You will see that women take fashion very seriously. At the same time, some women take their religion very seriously, and they will keep their heads covered. Even so, nobody will say anything or look at you in a certain way if you are a woman and you are wearing tight jeans or a skirt. Nonetheless, do try to be respectful and dress modestly. It is the right thing to do. Kuwait may not be as strict as other Arabic countries, but they still forbid the drinking of alcohol. Shortly, Kuwait is a dry country, and you cannot find alcoholic beverages anywhere. You would be surprised to learn that not even hotels serve alcohol, which is possible even in Saudi Arabia. The point is that alcohol is non-existent, and you should not bring your own either. It is just plain disrespectful. As for when it is the best time to travel to Kuwait, you probably want to stay clear from their summer. The temperatures can reach up to 54 degrees, and no, that is not Fahrenheit but Celsius. 54 degrees Celsius is the equivalent of 129 Fahrenheit. You will most likely get baked. Inside of every home and every other building has AC units, but sometimes the weather is so hot that they cannot handle the heat. Plus, you do not want to go on vacation only to stay inside all day long, right? You probably want to see the camel races and do all sorts of fun activities that are available in Kuwait. So, to answer your question about when is the best time to go to Kuwait, you should probably consider October through March. As for the customs in Kuwait, you will find some peculiar things. For one, you should never accept a gift or take something with your left hand. You should not give a gift with your left hand either. It is considered unclean because it is destined for handling the bathroom duties. So, even if you are left-handed, refrain from using it as much as possible if you are accompanied by Kuwaitis. It is very common to get invited to someone's home when you travel to Kuwait. People are very hospitable and curious, which is why it is insulting to refuse. Even if you are in no mood for a home visit, you should at least pass by. You can take advantage of that time to learn about Kuwait’s culture and traditions. You will learn a great deal of things, and some of them are pretty fascinating. When you get to Kuwait, do not be surprised if gas is cheaper than water. The country's economy is 85% based on oil, so they have a lot of petroleum. Plus, they live in a hot climate, so it makes sense that water is more expensive. As to that, one way to get around in Kuwait is by renting a car, which would be cheap as far as gas is concerned, but you should know that driving in this country is usually reckless, and you may end up paying for the car through no fault of your own. Taxis are your best choice. When you are addressing someone in Kuwait, you should use their full name. So, if your name is John Michael Smith, Kuwaitis will use your full name. They will not leave a single name out. And neither should you. However, if you find that tedious and too long, you should ask permission before referring to someone using a single name. If permission is not granted, it is insulting to call them otherwise. How you keep your legs when you talk to someone is also important. For example, you cannot have them crossed, and you should never show anyone the soles of your feet. Keep them on the ground at all times to avoid offending someone. Lastly, if you see falcons everywhere, do not get alarmed. Chances are that every single falcon belongs to someone. People in Kuwait still have falcons, and they are very proud of this tradition. You should try some falconry as well. It is challenging but quite fascinating. Kuwait is one of those countries about which people have a lot of common misconceptions. Yes, it is a religious country, but it is quite liberal. Other than that, the people have an interesting culture, and everyone is so nice and friendly. You will feel welcomed there if you decide to go. Plus, Kuwait is a rich country so you have plenty of opportunities to have some fun. You will enjoy yourself while there,
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An e-Visa is an official document permitting entry into and travel within a certain country. The e-Visa is an alternative to visas issued at the ports of entry or visiting an embassy/consulate to obtain traditional paper visas. e-Visas are linked electronically to the traveler's passport.
Our service starts with information. You can use our up-to-date visa requirements tool to search if you need a travel visa. It's as simple as telling us where you are from and where you are going. Based on this information we will tell you how much the visa costs, the number of entries, the start date and give you an action step such as applying directly on our site!
It depends on the country issuing the visa. For many countries such as Australia ETA and Turkey e-Visa, the process can be done in 15 minutes through our rush service. For other countries such as the India tourist Visa, the process usually takes 24 hours. The exact time can be found on each application form. What we guarantee is that your application with iVisa will be the fastest way to apply anywhere.
The documents must be printed on a sheet of blank A4 white paper. Double-side or reduced printing will not be accepted.
We help you get your travel visa in the simplest and fastest way possible. Through easy-to-use online application forms and world-class 24/7 customer service, we make the whole visa process quick and simple! We also use best practices when it comes to protecting your data and credit card.
iVisa offers two types of Visa: Electronic visas (e-Visas) and traditional paper visas, based on your destination. In addition, we also offer the following services/documents that are required by certain countries: ETA (electronic travel authorization), Tourist Cards, Visa on Arrival pre-registration/approval form, Tourist Invitation Letters, and Embassy Registration service.
- Select the country to which you are requesting the visa
- Select the type of visa and read the instructions carefully.
- Select Apply Now
- Fill in the application form
- Pay using a Visa Card, Mastercard or other debit card.
- Await approval via email, then download and print the e-Visa from your account.
- Present your printed e-Visa to the immigration officer at the port of entry.
Please note most countries offer the ability to process a travel visa without a service fee. The main reason we process thousands of travel visas per month is we save you time and frustration. Our service includes an easy to use website and application form. It is much easier to process your application with us especially for mobile users and large groups. We send all of our clients the visa days before travel. This is especially helpful for those passengers who purchase the visa months in advance. We also have a 24-hour customer service with professionals that are based in the United States and speak English. We accept multi-currencies and our website can be translated into over 20 languages. We believe our fee is worth your time and sanity but please note all governments do have their own "free" service.
If you have already applied on our site, please log in to your account and look for your order/application. An account is generated for you automatically after payment is received. Click the link in your confirmation email to set up a password or visit the log in page to set up the password and enter the account. Please note in most cases your visa will be delivered to you via email and can be found in your account after logging in.
This is a rare scenario. However, if your application gets rejected, we will issue you a full refund for the government fee and the processing fee under our 100% approval guarantee. This refund will be given via credit to be used for a future order. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us. Our customer service specialists will be more than glad to help you.
If we have not processed your visa, we can make changes without a problem. We do check your information for mistakes as well. If you have already processed your visa, If we have submitted your application to the appropriate government agencies, some will allow to make changes, while others do not. Please contact us immediately (preferably through chat) if you notice an error on your application.
Some countries may require proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever. You can see more info here: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list It's the passenger´s own responsibility to verify these regulations before traveling to the chosen country.
In order to download your invoice, please log in to your account and download it directly from there.
You may reprint the e-Visa in your email account. Alternatively, you may retrieve and reprint the e-Visa by using your iVisa account.
Yes. The iVisa system does not retain your credit card information after the transaction is processed.
All visas grant travelers the permission to travel to a country's port of entry. Whether you are granted entry or not will be at the discretion of the Immigration Officer at the entry point.
We know that our applicants can come across unexpected changes in their travel plans that may prevent them from traveling and therefore getting their visa. This is why we understand you may want to request a cancellation of your visa application and a credit for the amount paid. However, we will only approve the refund/credit if it follows our Refund policy guideline:
- If your application has not been reviewed by our team, nor submitted to the government for approval, then you will receive a credit for the full amount of the iVisa processing fee and government fee(visa cost).
- If your application has been reviewed by our team but has not yet been submitted to the government for approval, you will receive a credit for the full amount of the government fee (visa cost).
- If your application has been submitted to the government for approval or a visa is already issued, unfortunately, no credit is available.
Our policy also applies to these circumstances:
- If we make a mistake on your application, a 100% refund of the iVisa processing fee will be issued and we will process your visa again at no cost.
- If you purchase rush or super rush processing additional fee and we do not deliver the travel document within the agreed timeframe, you will receive a credit for the iVisa rush or super rush processing fee.
- If you miss your trip because iVisa does not deliver the travel document within the agreed timeframe, you will receive a full cash refund for the government fee and iVisa processing fee.
- The exception to the clause above is if the government is the cause of the delay or your arrival date was sooner than our super rush processing time. In such case, you will receive a credit for the iVisa processing fee.
If for any reason, you are not satisfied with our services, please feel free to contact us. Under reasonable circumstances, we will grant a credit of the iVisa processing fee to be used for a future order.
When the visa has to be shipped to you, the processing times do not include this shipping time. It is from when we receive your application to obtaining the approval. Most visas (e-Visas) are sent via email upon approval so shipping times will not apply.
No, we are not affiliated with any government agencies. We are a private company that specializes in processing travel visas for travelers worldwide.
Unfortunately, we are not able to, since the government agencies do not inform us of the reason(s) behind the decisions.
If your visa is not approved, we advise that you contact the nearest embassy/consulate for more information on what your options are.
We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and PayPal.
All citizens from these territories applying through our website will have their application processed with the nationality/citizenship specified in their passport. As an example, a traveler from Puerto Rico will have their request processed as USA nationality. This does not apply to the travelers under the BOTC (British Overseas Territories Citizen) category according to the British Overseas Territories Act of 2002.