Lesotho e-Visa for Citizens of Montenegro

iVisa | Updated on May 09, 2022

As a citizen of Montenegro, you belong to 1 of the 100 countries that need to apply for the Lesotho e-Visa to enter the country. At iVisa.com we offer you the service of applying online for this electronic visa. The process is simple, you only need to follow some steps and we will do the rest.

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Interested in applying for the Lesotho e-Visa for citizens of Montenegro? Read more about it on our FAQs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a vaccine to travel to Lesotho as a citizen of Montenegro?

The government recommends that all visitors travel to Lesotho vaccinated against Rabies, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, and Yellow Fever to ensure that no health problems occur.

Additionally, it is also advised to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to guarantee safety to all travelers and local citizens.

Do I need a PCR Test to travel to Lesotho as a citizen of Montenegro?

Every traveler must present, at the immigration border, a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours when arriving in the country.

Do I have to quarantine upon arrival in Lesotho as a citizen of Montenegro?

Right now there is no requirement for isolation upon arrival to the country. However, this might change with time.

What is the Lesotho e-Visa for citizens of Montenegro, and how to apply for it?

The Lesotho e-Visa is an electronic travel document that grants visitors access to enter Lesotho. This is a Single Entry document that allows you to visit the country for a maximum of 30 days Per Entry within 90 days after arrival. The validation of the document starts after arriving in the country.

Follow these three easy steps to apply for the Lesotho e-Visa for citizens of Montenegro:

  • Step 1: Fill in the iVisa.com electronic form with your information, then select the processing alternative.
  • Step 2: Re-examine that all the information granted is correct before choosing your payment method.
  • Step 3: Scan all the needed documents and then submit them.

What are the application processing costs for the Lesotho e-Visa for citizens of Montenegro?

  • Standard Processing: 11 days - USD $211.99

iVisa.com prices include the government fee and the services.

What documents do I need to submit to apply for the Lesotho e-Visa for citizens of Montenegro?

You will need to scan the following documents.

  • Passport information with at least six months of validation.
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination certificate.
  • Passport-size photograph with white background.
  • Accommodation and Airline data.
  • Your email address so you can receive the Lesotho e-Visa.
  • The payment method can be credit or debit card.

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