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    Visas Requirements for Tunisia

    By Eymen Gamha | Nov 24 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: foreigner ,passport ,transit ,Visa

    To enter Tunisia, a passport valid for six months after the scheduled return date is required by all nationals.

    US citizens who are willing to visit Tunisia for either tourism or business do not need a visa for stay less than four months. Foreigners from the following countries, as well as nationals from Tunisia do not need a visa for a stay less than three months:

    Algeria, Andorra, Antigua, Argentina, Austria, Bahreïn, Barbados, Belize, Belgium, Bermudas, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Denmark, Dominica, Spain, Fidji islands, Finland, France, Gambia, Greece, Guinea, Germany, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Kiribati, Kuwait, Libya, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Morocco, Maurice Islands, Mauritania, Monaco, Montenegro,Niger, Norway, Oman, Netherlands, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, United Kingdom (For persons with ordinary passports), Saint-Kitts et Nevis , Saint-Lucia, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Senegal, Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Vatican city.
    Also nationals of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia travelling on a recognized package holiday do not require a visa.

    Citizens from Both Australia and South Africa can get a visa upon arrival.

    The following citizens also do not need visas to Tunisia:

    • Holders of diplomatic or special passports issued to nationals of Ivory Coast, Egypt, Korea South, Spain & Switzerland for an unlimited stay.
    • Holders of diplomatic or special passports issued to nationals of Bulgaria, Italy & Poland.
    • Holders of special passports issued to nationals of Brazil for a stay up to 6 months and unlimited stay for those holding a diplomatic passport.
    • Holders of diplomatic or special passports issued to nationals of Belgium, Benin, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Pakistan & Thailand staying more than 3 months in Tunisia.
    • Holders of diplomatic or special passports issued to nationals of Hungary staying more than one month.

    Travelers who are transiting by Tunisia and continuing their journey don’t need a visa for a 48h stay if they hold confirmed tickets and documents. Citizens from China, Lebanon and Syria are only permitted to travel in transit through Tunisia for 24 hours.

    For those who are traveling in a group or in a tour organized by a travel agency, a representative of the agency must submit a passenger list giving names and nationalities of all members to the Special Service of the National Police.

     

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      Mariem Hammami /

      Please im asking if some one from palastine but he has jordian passport can appl for visa to tunisia if yes haw i can do this
      thX

    1. Laura Marie /

      The information provided stated: “Travelers who are transiting by Tunisia and continuing their journey don’t need a visa for a 48h stay if they hold confirmed tickets and documents.”

      I hope to visit on a cruise ship. Given the above, I do not need a visa. However, as a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, and out of an abundance of caution, I would like to receive confirmation of this interpretation of the visa information provided.

    2. Eliconda Antaby /

      I am from Lebanon, female, 22 years old. I play the cello and I am invited to complete an internship followed by a concert in Tunisia, with a group of Tunisian cellists. I need the steps and documents to present at the embassy in order to obtain the visa for 10 days. (26 june – 3 july). Thank you

    3. Stuart Hanslo /

      Do South African citizens require a visa (Business/work) when travelling to Tunisia to carry out offshore work? The 2x personnel will be working offshore Tunisia for approximately 10-15 days.

      Look forward to your response.

    4. wasim /

      I am from Pakistan and I want go to Tunisia on tourist visa , but they require and invitation letter from Tunisian national , and I don’t know someone from Tunisia , please tell me how I can go ?

    5. Imran /

      Hi i am a pakistani national but have been living in Turkey for long years. My wife is Turkish. I hold residence of Turkey but not citizenship yet. We want to visit the resort city of Monastir with my wife. She doesnt need a visa. Do i need a visa? If so wheredo i apply. Thank you

    6. Mrs Hussain /

      hi there,
      im a british citizen and my husband is a pakistani.
      we are thinking of going on a weeks holiday to tunisia in may, and im not sure what the visa requirements are if you have pakistani passport, please could u let me know as soon as you can
      thank you for your co-operation

    7. mona ayoub /

      hello, I’m from Lebanon 23 years old, i want to travel to tunisia and visit my friend there. she will send me a paper where she lives افادة سكن. I work and I have cash in bank around 1000 USD. my stay will be for only 15 days. what are the requirements or papers needed to apply for tunisian Visa? thank you in advance

      • Naya /

        Hallo Mona,
        Actually You no Needs anypapers work because I already went there for 3 times , all you can do just to fill the form of visa Tunisia and ask yourfriends of Her or His addresser Who is Tunis Citizen and write it down on the visa form and they will give you for 3 months of visa but they will allows you to stay stay there might be up from 15 to 22 Days

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