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Zambia visa for US citizens
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

There is some good news for US citizens who would like to go to Zambia. You are no longer required to go to the Zambian embassy to get your visa. Instead, you are eligible for a Zambia eVisa approval letter. All you have to do is use the services provided by iVisa. The entire process is online, and you will get the needed document in maximum 5 days.

If we caught your attention, keep reading to find out more!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Zambia eVisa? What types of Zambia eVisa are offered to US citizens?

An eVisa is an official document that allows you to enter Zambia since. Remember that in this case, this is not the actual visa, but the approval letter to obtain a visa once you arrived to Zambia.

For U.S. citizens four are for types of eVisas:

  • A Single entry eVisa: You are granted a Multiple Entry.

  • A Double entry eVisa: You are granted a Multiple Entry.

  • A Multiple entry eVisa: You are granted a Multiple Entry.

  • A Transit eVisa: You are granted a Multiple Entry but as this is for transit only, it expires 7 days after arrival.

In this article we are gonna focused on the first type of these eVisas. For more information on the other three you can click here and choose the one you are interested in.

What is required for a Zambia visa?

A Zambia visa requires a valid passport with at least 6 month validity remaining, a return flight ticket, proof of accommodation, information page scan of the passport, and a digital passport-sized photo. Here is the full list:

A valid passport that will remain valid for at least six months from your arrival in Zambia.

A return flight ticket.

Proof of accommodation, which can consist of a hotel booking or a letter from the person who is going to host you while in the country.

A scan of the information page of your passport.

• A digital passport-sized photo.

Once you have gathered the above documents, you can move on to the application.

What are the fees and processing times?

As for the processing time, there are three available options, each with its expense. Basically, the faster you want your approval letter to arrive, the more you are going to pay for it. Here are your choices:

  • Standard processing time – this is the cheapest option you have. The fee is only USD $86.99, and you receive the approval letter in 9 days.

  • Rush processing time – this option is more expensive than the previous one. It costs USD $108.99 to be exact, but you get your Zambia eVisa in 7 days.

  • Super Rush processing time – this is meant for people who need to be on a plane to Zambia the next day. Your application takes only 5 days to be processed. However, this is also the most expensive choice. You have to pay USD $148.99 for your approval letter.

You are also required to pay for the visa that will be given to you when you arrive in Zambia. Even so, the service provided by iVisa will save you a lot of trouble. It is cheap, efficient, and fast. It cannot get any better than that.

How's is the application form offered by iVisa?

The application form is quite straightforward. It consists of three stages.

  1. The first step will require you to fill in your basic information, like name, address, date of birth, passport information, and so on. You are also required to choose the processing time.

  2. The second step consists of a simple revision and payment. You can make the payment using a credit/debit card or a Paypal account.

  3. In the last step, you will have to upload additional documents.

After you are done, you submit the application and wait for the approval letter to arrive via email in the timeframe you choose.

How long is this eVisa valid for?

It has a validity of 90 days after issued.

How many days can I stay in Zambia?

You can stay a maximum of 90 days in Total.

How does this eVisa looks?

Here's a sample:

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You are welcome to be part of our happy customers! If you have any doubts, you are also welcomed to contact our customer service support.

iVisa will be happy to make this new dream, a possible adventure!

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