Suriname e-Visa for Citizens of Denmark

Suriname e-Visa for Citizens of Denmark

iVisa | Updated on Apr 06, 2020

Residents from over 200 countries, including Denmark, have access to the convenient and easy e-Visa process. You can apply online quickly and easily online and when approved, we will give you a digital file of your Suriname e-Visa, which can be legally used with your smart device in place of a paper visa.

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Our service is a reliable, fast and convenient way to prepare for your holiday in Suriname. The e-Visa for Suriname allows you to spend less time filling out paperwork and more time planning the enjoyable details of your South American adventure. The e-Visa for Suriname is also called a "landing authorization", and will allow you in Suriname as soon as you present it to immigration officials upon arrival in Suriname.

What You Need to Know About the Suriname e-Visa | Denmark Citizens

Am I Guaranteed To Be Admitted In Suriname With An E-Visa?

Having a currently valid passport and valid e-Visa to present at the point of entry are the minimum requirements to enter in Suriname as a visitor. Although the e-visa is the most convenient way to gain access to Suriname, it is not a guarantee that you have a right to enter Suriname. Immigration officials at the point-of-entry have the right to refuse entry to anyone they deem unable to enter. Policies may change frequently regarding "traveler's cards" or other "cadeau" or "gift" fees that require a purchase and are required for entry, costing around $35 US typically.

How Long Will My Application Take To Process?

You have a choice of three processing speeds, two of which are expedited, based on how quickly you will need your e-Visa for Suriname.

  • 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.

How much will this e-Visa cost?

The cost of your e-Visa, along with the processing fee changes based on which processing speed you select.

Here is the total cost for each type of processing speed:

  • Standard Processing - USD 84.00
  • Rush Processing - USD 99.00
  • Super Rush Processing - USD 119.00

How Long Can I Stay In Suriname Legally?

You will be able to stay in Suriname for up to 30 days Per Entry.

When Does This Visa Expire?

The "Date of Issuance" on your e-Visa should be noted. It indicates the last day that your visa will be valid for use.

For the Suriname e-Visa, the last day of validity for travel is 60 days after arrival.

What Happens If My Application Is Rejected?

Upon the unlikely circumstance your e-Visa application is rejected, we suggest that you double check all of the information you provided for errors, and making sure all passports or other documents are valid and legal. iVisa is not informed of the reason for application denial, so we can't tell you why your e-Visa was denied. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee states that we will give a 100% refund via credit to be used for a future order if you do not get approved, and if it is found that we did not double check for errors, or if we are at fault in any way, a 100% refund via credit of the iVisa processing fee will be issued and we will process your visa again at no cost.

Denmark Residents - The Suriname e-Visa Application

The Surinamese dollar is the local currency, but everywhere in Suriname you will be able to pay in either Euros or US dollars. The capital city, Paramaribo, is small but filled with shopping, clubs, and restaurants. Just a few miles away is the jungle, waiting to be explored.

To prevent confusion, we created iVisa--to make applying online for your travel documents for your international travel easy and stress free. The days of dealing with an embassy or consulate to obtain your travel documents is finally over.

Please contact us 24/7 if you have any questions or concerns about the ease and convenience or traveling with an electronic visa.

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