Moldova eVisa for Citizens of Oman

Moldova eVisa for Citizens of Oman

iVisa | Updated on Nov 18, 2021

Use our Visa Checker Tool to find out all requirements for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman or any chosen country you may wish to travel to. If you’re a citizen of Oman travelling to Moldova, you should apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman prior to your arrival. Once you receive this approved document via e-mail, you will be granted a 90 days Per Entry.

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Moldova is currently ranked Level 3 Travel Health Notice by the CDC due to COVID-19. Travellers may present either a negative PCR test or a vaccination certificate upon arrival, otherwise a mandatory 14 days quarantine at travelers’ own expense will be required. Visit FAQs below for further information. It is likely that if you’re choosing Moldova for your holidays, someone has advised it to you or you are inspired by its intriguing history. In fact, Moldova is ranked as one of Europe’s least visited countries, though you won’t believe your eyes when staring at those immense fields of sunflowers and vineyards!

Fill in our online application and apply now for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman on iVisa.com : save time and avoid endless bureaucratic procedures and queues, get your e-visa directly via e-mail and get ready to travel!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a vaccination required to enter the country?

A COVID-19 vaccination is not mandatory to enter the country, however upon arrival all travellers will be asked for proof of their health conditions: therefore either a vaccination or a ‘negative’ PCR test, or a medical certificate showing having had COVID-19 in the previous 6 months, or a COVID-19 antibody certificate will be requested. Otherwise, travellers will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.

Is a PCR test required to enter the country?

Yes, to enter the country travelers must show a valid and negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours from flight departure, unless travelers are fully vaccinated.

Is quarantine required upon arrival to the country?

There is no mandatory quarantine requirement to enter Moldova for citizens who are fully vaccinated, or can show a PCR test result. Failure to present one of the stated documents will result in mandatory 14 days self-isolation.

Why apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman?

Any citizen of Oman travelling to Moldova is required to obtain a visa before travelling. This will grant you a 90 days Per Entry for a Single Entry Visa, valid for 90 days after arrival.

What are the e-visa fees and processing times?

There are three (3) different options to apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman:

  • Standard Processing - received within 16 days - USD 90.00
  • Rush Processing - received within 13 days - USD 110.00
  • Super Rush Processing - received within 11 days - USD 140.00

What documents do I need to apply for my Moldova eVisa for citizens of Oman?

  • Your passport scan - with at least three (3) months validity from when you’re planning on entering Moldova.
  • Return travel ticket
  • One passport-sized current photo
  • Invitation letter or accommodation details about your stay
  • Bank statement
  • Proof of travel insurance
  • A selfie with the physical credit card used for the online payment. Only the last 4 digits of the card must be visible in the photo. Only one image per order is required to verify the payment.

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Famous for its vineyards and its enormous wine cellars, Moldova offers a wide range of local foods, including its traditional pie: Plăcintă, and saucy Sarmale: stuffed cabbage rolls.

Whether you’re after a walk through the streets of the capital or after a hike up the Orhei Vechi monastery, don’t forget to stop by and visit the Mileștii Mici winery, ranked amongst the wineries with the biggest cellars in the world! Traditionals products will also be on offer in the market bazaar in Chisinau, where you will meet a lot of local artisans and maybe even get a chance to try out some local instruments! In fact, this country has a history of music players: do you remember the Eurovision instrument-player grandma in the rock/folk band in 2005? Lidia Bejenaru and her band Zdob şi Zdub, placed sixth at the competition and ever since then enthusiastic Eurovision-fans stopping off in Moldova have been paid her a visit and even got a chance to sing, dance, eat and drink with her and her husband at their house! Well, I guess this says it all about Moldova’s friendliness and folklore

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