The United States is among the 121 countries in the world whose citizens have access to a Tajikistan electronic visa. The system went live on July 1, 2016, and as a result, you are no longer required to visit the embassy of Tajikistan and apply for a consular visa. Instead, you get to go through an online process so iVisa can help you get your document in as little as 15 minutes. You do not need much, and your effort is close to non-existent.
To apply for a Tajikistan e-visa you need very few things. iVisa asks very little of you, and most of the work is out of your hands. However, you need to provide some documents and some information. They are as follows:
Valid passport – all US applicants are required to have a valid passport that maintains its validity for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Tajikistan. Failure to comply leads to a denied application.
A scan of your passport – you can scan your passport in the following formats: PDF, JPEG, GIF, BMP, or PNG.
Valid e-mail address – when you apply with iVisa, a copy of your visa will be sent to you as soon as your application is processed. iVisa will send it to you via e-mail, so make sure that you provide a correct e-mail address.
The process is quite straightforward. Once you have all of the above, you need to fill in an application form. It is entirely online, and if you need some help with it, iVisa provides assistance 24/7. The process is broken down into three steps. The first one requires you to insert some personal information and some details about your trip. You must also select a processing time and a visa type, both of which affect the cost of your e-visa. As for the former, iVisa gives you three excellent options:
Standard processing – your application is processed within just 1 business day, and the fee is $70.
Rush processing – you will receive a copy of your electronic visa within 2 hours, and the cost is $100.
As for the visa type, you can select one of two kinds: the regular electronic visa or the GBAO e-visa. The latter is needed if you wish to visit the autonomous region of Gorno-Badakhshan. It costs $20 more for each processing time.
The second step consists of revision and payment. Do not underestimate the revision as it is essential for your information to be accurate and error-free. You will not be able to make changes in your application once you submit it.
The last step may require you to upload some additional documents, but it is not a must. It is on a case-by-case basis. Once you are done, you can hit the submit button and wait for your Tajikistan visa for US citizens to arrive via e-mail. We recommend that you print more than one copy before your departure.
Surely you can see for yourself that getting a Tajikistan visa for US citizens online it takes less effort than going to an embassy. Plus, you get to enjoy the same benefits. You can stay up to 45 days in Tajikistan, and you are granted a single entry. Why would you submit yourself to a time-consuming process at the embassy when iVisa can get everything done online?