If you’re from Algeria and are willing to travel to Moldova, you will be asked to get a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria.
Fill in our online application and apply now for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria.
Get this document via email and avoid spending time at the nearest embassy, collecting documents, and queueing here and there.
On iVisa.com, you’ll have it directly sent to you. In a few easy steps, we’ll process your application and send you a 90-day permit to legally stay in Moldova. Read our blog and get your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria.
COVID-19 Traveling FAQs
1. Is vaccination required to enter the country?
COVID-19 vaccination is not mandatory to enter the country. However, upon arrival, all travelers will be asked for proof of their health conditions: either vaccination or a ‘negative’ PCR test, a medical certificate showing having had covid-19 in the previous 6 months, or a Covid-19 antibodies certificate. Contrarily, travelers will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.
2. Is a PCR Test required to enter the country?
Yes, it is. To enter the country, you must show a valid and ‘negative’ PCR test, taken within 72 hours from flight departure, unless travelers have full vaccination.
3. Is quarantine required upon arrival to the country?
Citizens who have full vaccination or show proof of PCR test are not required a mandatory quarantine. However, failure to present one of the stated documents will result in a mandatory 14 days self-isolation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why apply for Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria?
Any citizen of Algeria traveling to Moldova is required to obtain a visa before. This is a Single Entry Visa, valid for 90 days after arrival. Keep it and your passport with you at all times when traveling.
What are the e-visa fees and processing times?
There are three (3) different options to apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria:
- Standard Processing: Received within 16 days - USD 111.99.
- Rush Processing: Received within 13 days - USD 151.99.
- Super Rush Processing: Received within 11 days - USD 208.99.
What documents do I need to apply for my Moldova eVisa for citizens of Algeria?
- Your passport scan - With at least three (3) months validity from your entry date to 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.
Can I trust iVisa.com?
iVisa.com has proved to be a reliable ally for many travelers: it helps them overcome any difficulties encountered in the heavy burden of pre-departure procedures, clarify any doubts related to understanding and document processing procedures, simplify departures, shorten times and avoid unnecessary queues at the airport.
Where can I find more information?
For more information, visit our website iVisa.com or contact our customer support agents 24/7, via chat or email. Also, use our Visa Checker Tool to find out all your country of citizenship requirements, anywhere you wish to travel.
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