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Azerbaijan Visa for Jordan citizens

The Azerbaijan eVisa is a convenient online travel authorization system for citizens of Jordan who wish to visit Azerbaijan. It allows Jordanian travelers to apply for a visa electronically, eliminating the need for in-person visits to diplomatic missions. The eVisa simplifies the process and facilitates smoother entry into Azerbaijan.

Requirements for Jordan Nationals Applying for Azerbaijan eVisa

To apply for a single entry travel authorization, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Passport: A passport that is valid for at least six (6) months from the arrival date in Azerbaijan.
  • Passport Biographical Page: An image of the passport biographical page.
  • Payment: A valid credit or debit card to pay the Azerbaijan visa fee.
  • Email Address: A current email address to receive the approved Azerbaijan e-Visa, as well as updates and notifications about the e-Visa status.
  • Accommodation Details: The address of the accommodation where the traveler will be staying in Azerbaijan.

Validity & Duration

  • Permits a stay of 30 days
  • Valid for 90 days from approval
  • Can be used at all points of entry in Azerbaijan
  • Allows travel for tourism, business, medical, and other purposes.

Purpose of Visit

The Azerbaijan e-Visa allows travel for various purposes, including:

  • Tourism
  • Business
  • Science
  • Education
  • Culture
  • Sports
  • Humanitarian
  • Medical treatments
  • Personal trip
  • Official trip

Presentation of e-Visa

Once the e-Visa is approved, travelers are required to print at least one copy of the e-Visa. This printed copy must be presented upon arrival at the border control in Azerbaijan.

Step-by-Step Application Process for Azerbaijan eVisa as a Jordan Citizen

To apply for an eVisa to Azerbaijan as a citizen of Jordan, follow these steps:

Step 1: Gather Personal and Passport Information

Ensure you have the following personal and passport information ready before starting the visa application form:

  • Surname
  • Other names/Given name(s)
  • Date of Birth
  • Country of birth
  • Place of birth (select from available options)
  • Sex (select from available options)
  • Occupation (select from available options)
  • Phone number
  • Mobile number
  • Permanent residence address
  • E-mail address
  • Passport number
  • Passport issue date
  • Passport expiry date
  • Address of accommodation in Azerbaijan
  • Copy of the passport

Step 2: Complete the Visa Application Form

Fill in the visa application form accurately and provide the required information. It is crucial to ensure that all the details match exactly as printed on your passport. Even minor errors or spelling mistakes may result in delays or rejection of your application.

Step 3: Review and Submit

Before submitting your application, carefully review all the provided information. Double-check for any mistakes or missing details. Once you are confident that everything is accurate and complete, proceed to submit the application.

Step 4: Wait for Processing

After submitting your application, the Azerbaijani authorities will process it. The processing time may vary, so it is advisable to apply well in advance of your planned travel dates. Stay informed about the progress of your application.

Step 5: Receive the eVisa

If your application is approved, you will receive your eVisa via email. Make sure to check your email regularly, including your spam folder. Once you receive the eVisa, download and print a copy to carry with you during your trip to Azerbaijan.

By following these steps and providing accurate information, you can successfully apply for an eVisa to Azerbaijan as a Jordan citizen.

Processing Time for Azerbaijan eVisa for Jordan Nationals

The processing time for an Azerbaijan eVisa depends on the chosen processing option. It is essential to submit the eVisa application well in advance to allow sufficient time for processing.

  • Standard Processing: Processing Time: 3 to 5 business days
    1. Rush Processing: Processing Time: 1-2 business days
  • Super Rush Processing: Processing Time: 3-6 hours

Important Considerations

To ensure a smooth visa application process, keep the following points in mind:

  • Plan ahead and submit the eVisa application well in advance.
  • Consider the processing time when scheduling your travel arrangements.
  • Be aware that the processing time may vary, so it's advisable to check for any updates on the official Azerbaijan eVisa website.

Remember, timely submission of the eVisa application is crucial to avoid any last-minute complications and enjoy a hassle-free travel experience to Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan Visa Fee Guide for Jordan Citizens

If you are a Jordan citizen planning to travel to Azerbaijan, it is important to understand the visa fee structure. The Azerbaijan eVisa cost for Jordan nationals consists of two main components: the Azerbaijan Service Fee and the Government Fee. This fee structure applies to all Jordan citizens and helps determine the total visa cost.

Factors Affecting Visa Cost

The total visa cost varies based on several factors, including:

  1. Visa Category: The specific category of visa you are applying for will impact the cost.
  2. Application Location: The country from which you submit your visa application can influence the fee.
  3. Processing Time: The required processing time for your visa application can affect the cost.
  4. Purpose of Visit: The declared purpose of your visit to Azerbaijan also plays a role in determining the visa fee.

How to Determine Your Visa Fee

To simplify the process of calculating your visa fee, we have developed an easy-to-use system. Follow these steps to determine your visa fee:

  1. Visit our designated fee page, specifically designed for Jordan citizens.
  2. On the fee page, you will find comprehensive details, including:
    • Visa Cost
    • Number of Entries
    • Maximum Stay
    • Visa Validity
  3. Additionally, we provide a user-friendly tool on the page that allows you to estimate your total costs.

Utilize this resource to stay updated and effectively prepare for your upcoming trip to Azerbaijan.

Traveling from Jordan to Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijan eVisa allows Jordan passport holders to quickly enter Azerbaijan through international air, sea, and road ports and border crossings.

Applying for a New Azerbaijan eVisa

If your passport is lost or damaged, you will need to apply for a new Azerbaijan eVisa using the information from your new travel document. The Azerbaijan eVisa is directly linked to your Jordan passport, so it must be updated with the new details.

Rejected eVisa Application

In the rare event that your eVisa application is rejected, you can apply for a new one at the nearest Azerbaijan embassy or consulate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Jordan citizens are eligible for an Azerbaijan eVisa, which allows expedited entry into Azerbaijan via international air, sea, and road ports and border crossings.

To apply for an Azerbaijan eVisa, you can visit the official online portal and fill out the application form with the required information. Make sure to provide accurate and up-to-date details to avoid any issues with your application.

The documents required for an Azerbaijan eVisa application typically include a valid Jordan passport with at least six months of validity remaining.

The processing time for an Azerbaijan eVisa is usually around three to five working days. However, it is advisable to apply well in advance to allow for any unforeseen delays.

Yes, if your passport is lost or damaged, you must apply for a new Azerbaijan eVisa using the details from your new travel document. The eVisa is linked to your passport and will need to be updated with the new information.

In the unlikely event that your eVisa application is rejected, you have the option to apply for a new one at the nearest Azerbaijan embassy or consulate. They will provide further guidance on the application process and any additional requirements.

No, it is generally not possible to extend an Azerbaijan eVisa once you have arrived in the country. If you need to stay longer, you may have to apply for a different type of visa or seek guidance from the appropriate authorities.