Suriname e-Visa for Citizens of Norway

Suriname e-Visa for Citizens of Norway

iVisa | Updated on Mar 18, 2020

The e-Visa program in Suriname is open to more than 100 countries. Citizens of Norway should apply for a visa online now. In a digital format, you will then get your official visa in your account. It can be used just like a paper visa.

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This special visa system is available for tourism purposes and for anyone traveling to Suriname. The Suriname e-Visa is also called a "landing authorization" and will get you entry in the country once you show it to security officials upon arrival in Suriname.

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

When should I apply for the Suriname e-Visa?

It is highly recommended that you apply at least 3 business days before your trip to Suriname begins. Be aware of the processing speed you select because it will influence when you receive your e-Visa.

When does the e-Visa for Suriname expire?

Note the "Date of Issuance" on your e-Visa once you receive it. This is the last day your visa is available for use.

For the Suriname e-Visa, the expiration date will be 60 days after arrival.

When should I apply for the Suriname e-Visa?

It is highly recommended that you apply at least 3 business days before your trip to Suriname begins. Be aware of the processing speed you select because it will influence when you receive your e-Visa.

How much will an e-Visa for Suriname cost?

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

Here is the total cost associated with each type of processing speed:

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

Is the e-Visa the same as a landing authorization?

For the purposes of Suriname's travel documentation, yes, an e-Visa is the same document as a landing authorization.

How long does it take to process an e-Visa application for Suriname?

You have a choice of processing speeds based on how fast 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.

What are the required documents needed to fill out the Suriname e-Visa application?

You'll need to have specific documents and information ready to go for filling out the application as well as to enter Suriname through customs.

  • 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)

Be sure you are also able to prove you have a return ticket for leaving the country and that you have reservations for a hotel or proof of lodging for the time you will be staying in Suriname

How many entries in Suriname am I allowed with the e-Visa?

Every visa has a limit on how many times you can enter and reenter the country. It is important to consider this entry limit when planning your trip.

For the Suriname e-Visa, you will have Single Entry.

What are the passport requirements for entering the country of Suriname?

You'll need to have at least six months of validity remaining on your passport to enter Suriname. It must be valid six months from the date you arrive in Suriname. It is also recommended that you have at least one page empty for stamping.

Citizens of Norway - The Suriname e-Visa Application

We know getting your e-Visa for Suriname can seem like a lot of work. That's why we created iVisa to make it easier for you to apply online for the travel documents you need for international travel. No longer do you have to travel to an embassy or consulate to get the visa required to enter Suriname.

If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to us 24/7 via chat or through email. We are happy to have served thousands of excited travelers by helping them get the documents they need.

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