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Sri Lanka visa charges and price

Sri Lanka visa charges and price
iVisa | Updated on Feb 14, 2019

Before traveling to Sri Lanka, everyone sets out a budget. Some of the money in that budget must be allocated to the visa application process since we all know that a visa is a legitimate expense. However, if you use iVisa as your visa service, you will keep most of your money for more fun things, and not a piece of paper that allows you access to those fun things.

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iVisa’s Sri Lanka visa charges and overall price depend on a single aspect, and that is how soon you want your Sri Lanka ETA. We provide three processing time options so that you can select the one that suits your needs best. As you can imagine, the faster you want your document, the more you have to pay for it.

Keep in mind that the Sri Lanka visa charges remain the same. To be a bit clearer, the price of the Sri Lanka visa remains the same no matter what processing time option you choose. However, it is the service fee you owe to iVisa that grows higher with each processing time. With that being said, your options are as follows:

  • Standard processing time – this option is ideal for all those who like to plan ahead of time. If you have enough time at your disposal, there is no point in spending more money than you have to. This may be the slowest option, but your application is processed within 1 business day, which we can all agree that it is not that much. As for the price, you will be charged just $55.

  • Rush processing time – the in-between option means that your Sri Lanka ETA will be ready within just 3 hours. It is not significantly different from the fastest option we provide, but some people actually need it. That is why iVisa created the possibility in the first place. As for the fee, the Rush processing time costs $85.

  • Super Rush processing time – if you need to be on a plane to Sri Lanka in the next couple of hours, then we suggest that you take this option. Your ETA is ready within just 30 minutes. Obviously, this is the most expensive option as well. It costs $105.

Another aspect that you should be aware of is that if you travel to Sri Lanka on business, you need a Sri Lanka Business ETA, in which case the charges are a bit higher. You will be charged $70, $100, and $120 respectively for each available processing time.

The Sri Lanka visa charges are required to be covered during the second step of the application form. You can use a credit or a debit card, but other available means of payment include PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat. You can use whichever you find most convenient.

As you can see, you do not have to worry about the Sri Lanka visa charges. There are no hidden or additional costs either. What you are shown during the application process is what will come up on your bank statement.

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