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Show your passport, the visa we sent you and the payment receipt when you arrive in the country
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If you are not a citizen of one of the countries exempt from visa requirements for the Ivory Coast, you will need a valid visa. Luckily this document can be obtained very easily online. Please consult our eligibility checker to find out if you need a visa for Ivory Coast.
You need to have the yellow fever vaccine in order to enter Ivory Coast. Travelers who do not present the yellow fever vaccination certificate will be refused entry to the country.
After you submit your application, the waiting time to get your approval is usually 2 to 4 working days.
You can check the status of your e-visa on our website, where you can access your panel with your application ID number (the code you get when you submit your application). You can see the status of your application at all times.
Yes, you have to present your printed visa, in addition to the payment receipt of your application, which is also mandatory.
To travel to Ivory Coast, you must meet the following Ivory Coast entry requirements: having a valid passport, obtaining an Ivory Coast visa, carrying a copy of your return tickets, and providing evidence of your accommodation arrangements during your stay in Ivory Coast. While travel insurance is not obligatory, it is strongly advised.
With the exception of some African countries, all other citizens of foreign nationality must apply for an Ivory Coast visa. Citizens of eligible countries can apply for an online eVisa, which allows for a visit to the country of 90 days. The Ivory Coast eVisa allows multiple entries within 90 days of its validity. Note that with this visa you cannot live or work in the country.
You must ensure that the information sent to the government is correct. The government border authorities reserve the right to admission. Each traveller will be assessed individually on arrival by the relevant immigration officer. If you have lied or omitted important information that could pose a threat to the country's security or national interests, your entry will be refused.