Malawi is populated with kind people, a variety of wildlife, agriculture, and interesting sites. One of the most famous sites in Malawi is Lake Malawi, which David Livingstone nicknamed "The Lake of Stars." Citizens of Brunei Darussalam who want to travel to Malawi are permitted to do so, provided that they possess a valid e-visa.
So what is an e-visa? How much does it cost to get one? We've saved you the trouble of finding the answers to these questions and more by answering them for you in the frequently asked questions section below. Want to start the application? Clickhere.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Am I Required to Bring a Copy of my e-Visa with Me When I go to Malawi?
While not required, it is highly recommended that you arrive in Malawi with both a hard copy and a soft copy of your e-visa. Technology isn't always reliable, so it is good to account for all situations and be prepared.
When Should I Submit an Application for the Malawi e-Visa?
Your e-visa should be submitted 5 days before your expected trip to Malawi or sooner. This is to account for the time it takes for your e-visa application to go the review process.
How Much Does a Malawi e-Visa Cost for Citizens of Brunei Darussalam?
- Standard Processing Price: USD 77.00
- Rush Processing Price: USD 102.00
- Super Rush Processing Price: USD 127.00
Can I Use Brunei Darussalam Currency to Pay for My e-Visa?
No. You are only permitted to use United States Dollar (USD) to pay for the Malawi e-visa. No other currencies are accepted for payment at this time.
What Is the Processing Time for a Malawian e-Visa?
- Standard Processing: 8 days
- Rush Processing: 7 days
- Super Rush Processing: 5 days
What Is the Multiple Entry Policy for the e-Visa?
The entry policy for the Malawian e-visa allows citizens of Brunei Darussalam a Single Entry.
How Long is My e-Visa Valid For?
The current guidelines for the Malawi e-visa that citizens of Brunei Darussalam can apply for expires 90 days after issued.
What is the Max Stay for Brunei Darussalam Citizens with a Malawian e-Visa?
Currently, Malawi Immigration allows citizens of Brunei Darussalam to stay in Malawi for a maximum of 30 days Per Entry. You can, however, apply for an extension to your e-visa at the Malawi embassy.
Do I need to Bring My Passport with Me to Malawi?
Yes, you must have your passport. Your passport needs to retain validity for at least six months after your arrival in Malawi. Keep in mind that your e-visa and your passport must use identical information in order to be considered valid. Make sure to double check the information on the application to prevent any complications when you travel.
Does Having an e-Visa Guarantee Entry into Malawi?
No. Malawi, per their current immigration policy, reserves the right to refuse anyone entrance into their country. If you have an e-visa, you can still be refused. Malawi reserves the right to not disclose the reasons for which you are denied. This also applies to the e-visa application.