SRI LANKA VISA FOR EGYPTIAN

SRI LANKA VISA FOR EGYPTIAN

iVisa | Updated on Mar 10, 2020

If you're planning a trip to Sri Lanka, you should know that there are only 21 countries whose citizens require a consular visa, and there are no more than3 visa-exempt nationalities. Egyptians are among the citizens that must obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization or an ETA to enter Sri Lanka. The good thing is that you can apply online for this ETA.

The cost and effort you need to make are minimal if iVisa is your choice. Here we will show you all the information you need about this document.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do Egyptians need a visa to enter Sri Lanka?

Yes, Egypt is one of the countries that was selected to get online visas if its citizens want to enter Sri Lanka. This document is known as ETA.

What is a Sri Lanka ETA for Egyptian?

The ETA is an official document that allows foreigners to travel to Sri Lanka.

What documents do I need to apply if I'm from Egypt?

Egyptians that apply for an ETA need to provide some information so that iVisa can sort out the bureaucracy part. However, the list is short, and you should have no difficulty with getting the documents required. Here is what you need to come up with:

  • Passport – If you already have a passport, make sure that it is still valid for at least 6 months from your date of departure. Failure to comply leads to a rejected application.

  • E-mail address – You will receive your ETA via e-mail in PDF format. You need to print it out and show it at the immigration office in Sri Lanka. Make sure to check the spelling before you submit your application.

  • Mode of payment – iVisa accepts multiple methods of payment. You can use either a credit/debit card or a Paypal account if you have one.

  • Return or onward flight ticket – This requirement applies only to citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, and Syria who travel or transit Sri Lanka.

How long is the Sri Lanka e-Visa for Egyptians valid for?

The ETA is valid for 180 days after issued, but you can stay in Sri Lanka only for 30 days in Total.

What are the processing times and prices?

Your Sri Lanka ETA will have a different price according to how fast you need to have it. It also changes according to the visa type, because you can apply for a Tourist ETA or a Business ETA.

Keep in mind that only the cost for a Tourist ETA is USD 35.00, while the cost of the Business ETA is USD 42.00.

As for the processing times, iVisa comes with three excellent choices that are perfect for all needs and budgets. They are the following:

  • Standard processing – If you choose this option as most people do, you need to pay only USD 55.00. Your application will be processed within just 24 hours.

  • Rush processing – You can apply for this option if you have your flight in the afternoon. It takes just 4 hours for your application to be processed, and you will be charged USD 85.00 for your ETA.

  • Super Rush processing – This option is ideal for people who need their ETA on the spot. Your travel document will be ready within just 30 minutes. However, the price is as high as USD 100.00.

The fees mentioned above apply for tourist ETAs. Remember that you need to apply for a business ETA if you visit Sri Lanka for business purposes. The processing time remains the same, but the fees are just $5 higher for each processing time.

How long does it take to apply for a Sri Lanka ETA?

You'll need at least 20 minutes to apply for any of the Sri Lanka ETAs.

How do I apply for this e-Visa?

The application form is divided into two simple steps.

  1. The first one will require you to fill in your general information like name, address, passport info, e-mail, and so on. Also, you must select the type of ETA you need, tourist or business, and the processing time.

  2. In the second step you will need to make the payment and review the information you gave in step one. The payment can be made using a credit/debit card or a PayPal account. Remember that all the information you give must be 100% correct. Mistakes should be avoided during the application process.

Be very careful with the information you give because It is impossible to make any corrections after your application is processed. In other words, if you misspell any word of your online form, you'll need to repeat the process. The best thing you could do is to double-check everything before sending the application form.

How many times can I visit Sri Lanka with my ETA?

The ETA you receive is valid for 180 days after issued, which means you have 6 months to use it. The tourist ETA allows Double Entry, exactly the same with the Business ETA.

Do I need to get a Sri Lanka ETA for my children as well?

If they're older than 12 years old, then they also need to apply for an ETA. Only children under 12 years old are exempt from this process.

What advantages do I get if I apply for a Tourist ETA?

The Tourist ETA is now available online and you're able to apply for it and easily enter Sri Lanka for business purposes.

How does the Sri Lankan ETA look like?

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Is it safe to use iVisa to apply for any of these ETAs?

Yes, it is. We are a skillful service team that has been implementing official eVisas since 2013. Many people think that information on the Internet can leak easily, so they fear online processes, but with our services, there's nothing to be afraid of.

We offer the best safety system for your data, and we also invest a lot in security for our database. Your information could not be safer. And if you still have doubts about it, you can check what our happy customers say about it here

Where can I read more about this ETA?

If you want a better resolution, click here and start talking to one of our customer service agents. If you prefer reading more information about the Sri Lanka ETA, then you can click here.

As you can see, obtaining an ETA for Sri Lanka could not be easier. The electronic system is not difficult to use, and Sri Lankan officials advise that Egyptian use it to avoid any delays at the points of entry in the country. But then again, who would prefer a long line and wasted time over 10 minutes for an online application?

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