Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

If your visa application is denied, none of the money you paid is refundable.

A visa's expiration date may be extended under certain extraordinary and compelling circumstances. Direct information about that is available from the Burundi Migration Department.

It depends on the laws and regulations of your home country or those of the embassy, consulate, or Visa Administrative Center. In other nations, sending your paperwork to the embassy, consulate, or Visa Administrative Center through courier is sufficient.

Even after you submit all the needed documents listed on the official website of the Embassy/Consulate/Visa Application Center, the Embassy might ask you to provide additional documents or information based on your particular circumstances.

The e-Visa Approval Letter must be printed and shown to the immigration officer.

You can use the Online service to reapply, yes. Please make sure all required documents are submitted.

There will be a dedicated lane for e-Visa service at the arrival ports.

All information provided by applicants during the application process must be accurate. Once the documents have been submitted, nothing can be changed.

Yes, you can submit applications for up to 5 individuals.

Every visitor must have a passport valid for at least 180 days from their arrival date. Before you may apply for an E-Visa, you must renew or obtain a new passport if the remaining time on your current one is less than 180 days.

Contact staff via email if inaccurate information was used to issue your E-Visa

Yes, all applicants, including children and newborns, require a visa to enter the Lao PDR. Please get in touch with the staff if you have any more questions.