The Suriname e-Visa Landing Authorization or Surinamese visa, is now available electronically to citizens of dozens of countries, including Central African Republic. Citizens of Central African Republic can easily and safely apply for a visa online and have a digital copy of their visa in less than 3 days. You'll get your legal electronic visa within minutes of approval, sent directly to your email. It functions exactly like a paper visa, and it can be used on your smart device at your point of entry, providing a paperless option.
The Suriname e-Visa will allow you passage in Suriname once you present it to government authorities upon arrival at your point of entry. The e-Visa can be presented to officials on any smart device, eliminating the need for a paper visa or printed out if you prefer.
Suriname e-Visa FAQs | Citizens of Central African Republic
What Will This Visa Cost?
Below is the total cost of an e-Visa; costs vary due to processing fees:
- Standard Processing - USD 84.00
- Rush Processing - USD 99.00
- Super Rush Processing - USD 119.00
What Should I Have Ready Before I Apply?
Along with a legal passport that is valid for at least six months past your first day in Suriname, you will need a few other documents and information handy to fill out the application for an e-Visa:
Passport Personal Details Scan Applicant Photo Airline Confirmation Birth Certificate of Minor (if applicable) Minor Consent Letter (if applicable) Proof of Travel Medical Insurance (if applicable)
Passport Personal Details Scan
Birth Certificate of Minor (if applicable)
Minor Consent Letter (if applicable)
Proof of Travel Medical Insurance (if applicable)
Will I Need Other Forms In Suriname?
When you arrive in Suriname, you must be able to prove you have a return ticket for leaving the country, and that you have planned, clearly stated reservations/a host for the time you will be staying in Suriname, as well as adequate finances to cover your stay. You may have to purchase an additional "Tourist Card" upon arrival for a moderate fee ($35 US), depending on Suriname's specific policy with Central African Republic.
How Long Does This Application Process Take?
Depending on how quickly you need to acquire your e-Visa for Suriname, you can choose from three processing options:
- Standard Processing - Your visa application will be processed within 7 Business Days.
- Rush Processing - Your visa application will be processed within 5 Business Days.
- Super Rush Processing - Your visa application will be processed within 3 Business Days.
Is iVisa A Safe Option For Travel Documents?
At iVisa, we make your privacy the cornerstone of our company's mission. Our reputation as a safe and reliable source of travel documents begins with our strict compliance with a rigid system of checks and balances to protect the personal privacy as well as credit card information of our customers. Additionally, we strive to make the application process easy, and we check your application for errors before submitting to the Surinamese government
What Should I Know About My Passport?
To enter Suriname, your passport must be signed, legal and valid for at least 6 months more and with at least one blank page for customs officials' stamp.
How Safe Is My Personal Information With Online Application?
iVisa is the premier company to provide e-visas to the world, and our reputation as a safe and reliant source of travel documents begins with our strict compliance with a rigid system of checks and balances to safeguard the personal privacy as well as credit card information of our clients. Please review iVisa's policies about your privacy by visiting our "Privacy" page on this website.
What If I Lose My Smart Phone And E-Visa While I'm Away?
If your e-Visa file is no longer in your email inbox or you are not able to access a copy of it, you may retrieve it from your iVisa account at any time. It is always a good idea to make a spare paper copy that can be used at points of entry in case you cannot access the e-Visa.
The Suriname e-Visa Application | Citizens of Central African Republic
Suriname has one of the largest protected areas of rainforest in the world, The Central Suriname Nature Reserve. The rainforest covers the southern four fifth of the country; about nine tenths is covered with heterogeneous forest that contains more than 1000 species of trees. The massive natural cache of lumber provides local artisans with top quality materials. Many of the Maroons' (local Creole population's) huts display the handmade, beautiful wood carvings for which they are well known. They artfully carve local wood to adorn furniture, make tools, and even to fashion boots. The Maroons are known worldwide for their sculpture and music. Local women often sell and wear traditional sarongs and Creole Kotomisi with traditional angisa headwraps.
Filling an online e-Visa application is your first step to a South American adventure of cultural diversity, lush rainforests and amazing festivals.
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