Tanzania Volunteer eVisa for the citizens of Cambodia

Tanzania Volunteer eVisa for the citizens of Cambodia

iVisa | Updated on Mar 15, 2021

Cambodian citizens are among the many nationalities that must obtain a visa if they want to travel to Tanzania for volunteer purposes. However, the good news is that the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa can be acquired online. With iVisa’s help, you will find that the application process is as effortless as possible. Are you interested in learning more about the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa and the online application process? Then you should take a look at the answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions below.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the requirements for a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa?

Before you begin the process of getting a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa, you have to make sure that you have at hand all necessary documents and information. However, the list of requirements is not extensive, and the items on it are generally easy to get. Here is what you will need:

  • Passport – before you begin the application process, make sure that your passport is valid and remains 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 – issued by the NGO you plan on working with
  • 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?

The online application process takes little of your time and energy. Once you take care of the requirements, all you have to do is fill in an online application form. You should be done with it in a few minutes, and if you need help, iVisa’s customer support is reachable 24/7 and entirely free of charge. The form you have fill in is broken into two simple steps. The first one asks about personal information, passport details, travel dates, and so on. This is also the moment when you have to make a decision regarding the timeframe in which you want your application to be processed. The second step expects you to make the payment and review your form. We urge you to check the spelling because even a typo can invalidate your eVisa. When you finish both steps, hit the submit button, and you are done. iVisa handles the rest.

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

That is something you get to decide. As mentioned above, you get to choose the timeframe in which your application is processed. For your convenience, iVisa created three possibilities so that you can pick the one that is best for you. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – 15 Business Days
  • Rush processing – 13 Business Days
  • Super Rush processing – 10 Business Days

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

The cost of a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is established when you decide on the processing speed of your application. The rule is that the quicker you want the processing to go, the more you have to pay for your eVisa. Here are the prices that apply to all processing options:

  • Standard - USD 80.00
  • Rush - USD 105.00
  • Super Rush - USD 135.00

The prices listed above already include service fees.

How long is the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa valid for?

The validity period of the Tanzania Volunteer eVisa is 90 days after 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?

Traveling to Tanzania holding a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa means that you are allowed to remain in the country for no more than 90 days Per Entry.

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

Yes. Only the border checkpoints listed below will allow you to cross into Tanzania with a Tanzania Volunteer eVisa.

  • 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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