If you're Brazilian and you're planning a trip to Zambia, you won't need to go to an embassy to get a visa. We all know that certain travelers need a visa to cross the border, but did you know that you can get an eVisa to travel to Zambian? And the good thing is that iVisa can help you with that.
You can opt for a visa on arrival or an eVisa, which can be obtained or paid online using the services provided by iVisa. All you need is a few documents, a laptop or a smartphone with an internet connection, and 20 minutes of your time.
Learn more about this document by reading the information below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is a Zambian e-Visa?
The Zambian e-Visa is a document that allows you to enter Zambia with an electronic link in your passport.
How long is the Zambian e-Visa valid for?
This visa is valid for 90 days after issued.
How many types of e-Visas are there for Zambia?
There are only two types of eVisas for Brazilian citizens:
- The eVisa, which is the most requested.
- The transit e-Visa, made for those who are transiting through Zambia.
What is the cost of this e-Visa?
The cost of the Zambian eVisa is USD 52.00, but this is just the price of the visa, this doesn't include iVisa's fee.
What are the documents required to apply for a Zambian eVisa?
To get started, you need to provide iVisa with some documents and information. They will handle all the dirty work so that you can invest your time in something else regarding your trip. Here is a list of what Brazilian need to provide:
Applicant Photo Passport Personal Details Scan Proof of Accommodation Airline Confirmation Cover Letter Last Page of Passport (if applicable) Invitation Letter (if applicable) Business Registration of Inviting Company (if applicable)
Passport Personal Details Scan
Proof of Accommodation
Last Page of Passport (if applicable)
Invitation Letter (if applicable)
Business Registration of Inviting Company (if applicable)
Don't forget to offer a valid e-mail address to receive your eVisa in PDF format since you'll be showing it at the Immigration checkpoint. We recommend printing a few physical copies just in case.
You should also remember that you'll need a proper payment method to pay for your eVisa with iVisa, and these can be credit/debit cards or a PayPal Account.
What are the processing times and fees?
Remember that the visa itself will be paid at the immigration office when you arrive in Zambia, and the cost depends on what country you are from. As for the processing time, iVisa gives Brazilian three excellent options, each with its own price:
Standard processing: With this alternative, you receive your eVisa in 3 business days for a price of USD 77.00.
Rush processing: You'll obtain your visa in 2 business days, and it costs USD 117.00.
Super rush processing: You'll receive your visa even faster than the last option, in 1 business day but for a total price of USD 137.00. This option is the most expensive of the three, but is comprehensible since you get your visa in one day.
How much time do I need to apply?
You only need between 15 and 20 minutes to complete your online form.
How can I apply for the Zambian e-Visa?
As previously stated, the process should not last longer than 20 minutes. You need to complete three simple steps, and if you need assistance, you can call iVisa's support service day or night:
Step number one consists of your general information. You need to fill in the blanks with your name, address, date of arrival in Zambia, passport info, and a few other things. You must also choose the visa type at this point and the processing time.
The second step will ask you to make the payment and revise everything you have done so far. It is imperative that you check every bit of information you provide before submitting the application. You can make corrections only as long as your request is not processed. Once it is processed, you cannot correct your mistakes, and as a result, you need to start over. You will not get your money back either.
Lastly, Brazilians will be required to upload some of the documents mentioned above. At the same time, depending on your particular situation, you may be asked to upload additional documents. Don't worry about this part, you will be informed about what you need to provide. After you are done, just send your application and wait.
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Can I enter Zambia with my electronic visa at any point of entry?
No, you can't enter anywhere. There are only three airports in Zambia that will accept the e-Visa:
- Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka.
- Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone.
- Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport in Ndola.
What conditions must my passport have for the Zambia e-Visa?
Your passport should have a validity of 6-months from the time of entry into Zambia as minimum and at least one blank page.
How will I receive my Zambian visa once it's approved?
As soon as your Zambian eVisa is approved, we'll send you the confirmation in an e-mail, so you have to stay alert with your inbox.
Do I need to present my e-Visa upon entry?
It's strongly recommended that you always carry your printed e-Visa, especially because you'll be checked at the Immigration Checkpoint.
What is the cost to get a Zambia Transit e-Visa?
In case you stay in the International Transit Area, you need a transit e-Visa. It costs USD 52.00, but according to the service fee you want to process, the total price varies.
If you want to receive a Transit e-Visa with iVisa, you can find more information about here.
Do I need to enter Zambia on the exact date specified in my application form?
No, you don't. The e-Visa is valid for 90 days after issued, so you can enter Zambia on any date within this period.
I still have more unresolved questions, where can I find more information about it?
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