Moldova eVisa for the citizens of Fiji

Moldova eVisa for the citizens of Fiji

iVisa | Updated on Nov 18, 2021

One of the first things to check when travelling abroad are entry requirements for your chosen country of destination. Use our Visa Checker Tool to find out all requirements for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Fiji or any chosen country you may wish to travel to.

If you’re a citizen of Fiji travelling to Moldova, you should apply for a Moldova eVisa for citizens of Fiji prior to your arrival. Once you receive this approved document via e-mail, you will be granted a 90-day visa permit.

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Moldova is currently ranked Level 3 Travel Health Notice by the CDC due to COVID-19 and requires all international travellers to show evidence upon arrival. 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.

Unlike Fiji, Moldova does not have any sea nor beaches, so if you’ve chosen this destination it really means you wanted a change in scenery! Come visit Moldova with its forests, rocky hills and vineyards and fall in love with this hidden gem of Eastern Europe!

Fill in our online application and apply now for your Moldova eVisa for citizens of Fiji on iVisa.com!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a vaccination required to enter the country?

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 you’ve had covid-19 in the previous 6 months, or a covid-19 antibody certificate. 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 it is asked to show either a valid and ‘negative’ PCR test, taken within 72 hours from flight departure, or proof of full vaccination/recovery.

Is a quarantine required upon arrival in the country?

There is no mandatory quarantine, however failure to present one of the stated documents will result in a mandatory 14 days self-isolation.

Why apply for Moldova eVisa for citizens of Fiji?

Any citizen of Fiji travelling to Moldova is required to obtain a visa before travelling. This will grant you a 90 days Per Entry Single Entry Visa, valid for 90 days after arrival. Keep it and your passport with you at all times, when travelling.

What are the e-visa fees and processing times?

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

  • 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 Fiji?

  • 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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Different from many other European destinations, in Moldova you’ll be sure not to find busy bus stations and lots of international tourists milling around. Visiting Moldova will give you a taste of life in an ex Soviet Union country and travelling around the country you’ll be able to spot famous monuments and architectural sites hat still bear the traces of communism.

Take the time to visit the capital city, Chisinau, and enjoy strolling through its parks and the Piata Centrala. Here you will find a big outdoor market where you can buy anything from clothes to food, whilst getting the real experience of a traditional homely bazaar. If you’re curious enough and end up meeting the right sellers, you may even get the chance to try out a kaval (traditional instrument) with a local artisanal trader!