Liberia Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

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Hugging the Atlantic coast, the West African nation of Liberia is not known to be a tourist destination, but if you are looking for adventure, this is the place to go. Exploring the wild rainforests, lounging on the beach, and swimming are just a few things you can do. Liberia is renowned for its masks, so make sure to buy one from a local market! They make great souvenirs and gifts.

Before traveling to Liberia, you need to check if you need a visa. The chances of you requiring a visa are quite high since Liberia’s visa policy is quite conservative. Citizens of just 15 countries are exempt from obtaining a visa. Visas on arrival are available, only to the nationals of Taiwan - and even then, they must still submit an application online before arrival. At the same time, visas on arrival are also available under certain circumstances to nationals of countries that do not have diplomatic representation of Liberia in their country of origin. The rest of the world needs to visit the nearest Liberian embassy or diplomatic mission and apply for a consular visa in-person.

If you are curious to know in which category you are in, you can look at the visa policy of Liberia yourself. However, we suggest that you use our Visa Checker Tool, located in the top right corner of this page. Simply choose your country of origin from the left drag-down menu, and select Liberia for the destination. If you do not need a visa, you are free to book your trip. But if you need one, the Tool tells you which type of visa you need, in addition to offering a list of embassies where you can apply and direct your inquiries.

**NOTE: The Liberian Government announced that they will be rolling out an electronic visa system for eligible nationalities in 2019. Until this takes effect, iVisa still wants to help, which is why you can contact our free support service 24/7.

Before going to the embassy, you need to find out more about your nationality's specific requirements. You can find that information online, but we advise that you use it as a reference only. For more reliable and updated information, contact the Liberian diplomatic mission. Nonetheless, iVisa can tell you that a Liberia visa application requires that you have a valid passport that does not expire for at least 6 months after the date of arrival in Liberia. Additionally, you will need to get vaccinated against Yellow Fever and provide proof (certificate, doctor's note, etc.)

We regret that we cannot assist you more with the Liberia visa application process, but we hope that the information above points you in the right direction.

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