Tanzania Volunteer eVisa for the citizens of Bolivia

Tanzania Volunteer eVisa for the citizens of Bolivia
iVisa | Updated on Feb 14, 2020

Bolivian citizens who want to travel to Tanzania to do volunteer work must first obtain a visa. The good news is, however, that you can do that online. iVisa can help you get a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa. We can facilitate the online application process so that it does not take too much effort. To learn more about the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa and the online application process you have to go through, please read the answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions below.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the requirements for a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa?

Needless to say, you cannot apply for a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa unless you have everything necessary at hand. Fortunately, the requirements are not many, and some of them may already be in your possession. What you are going to need is as follows:

  • Passport – it has to be valid and remain as such for at least another 6 months from your date of arrival in Tanzania
  • Scan of the passport’s information page
  • Photo
  • Return flight ticket
  • Invitation letter – this document must be signed by the NGO with which you signed the volunteering contract
  • Registration Certificates of the NGO
  • E-mail address
  • Means of online payment – credit/debit card, PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat

What does the online application process entail?

Applying online for a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is an easy task. After you see that all the requirements are met, you can proceed to fill in the online application form. It should not take you more than a few minutes, but if you feel like you need help, iVisa’s customer support service is ready to help you 24/7 at no extra cost. The form you have to complete is broken down into two steps. During the first one, you need to provide us with general information about yourself and your trip, and you also have to select a processing speed for your application. The second step requires you to cover the payment and review your form. We cannot stress enough the importance of providing us with accurate and correct information. When both steps are complete, submit your application, and that is it.

How long must I wait for my Tanzania Volunteer eVisa to arrive?

That is your choice. iVisa offers three options regarding the processing speed of your application so that you can pick the one that best suits your needs. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – you have to wait 15 business days for your application form to be reviewed
  • Rush processing – it takes 13 business days for the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa to arrive in your inbox
  • Super Rush processing – your Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is ready within 10 business days

How much does it cost to apply for a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa online?

It depends. The cost of a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is determined by your application’s processing speed. As you can probably imagine, the faster you want your eVisa to be ready, the more you have to pay. The prices for all available options are as follows:

  • Standard - USD 80.00
  • Rush - USD 105.00
  • Super Rush - USD 135.00 The prices mentioned above already include service fees.

How long is the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa valid for?

The validity of a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is 90 days after arrival starting the date of arrival.

How many entries does a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa cover?

The Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is a Single Entry visa.

What is the duration of stay of a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa?

When traveling to Tanzania with a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa, your stay is limited to 90 days Per Entry.

Are there specific points of entry that accept a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa?

Yes. For you to be able to travel to Tanzania with a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa, you have to enter the country via the points of entry below:

  • Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA),
  • Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA),
  • Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (AAKIA),
  • At Namanga border
  • At Tunduma border
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