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Yes, except for citizens of Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates. In most cases a valid visa is required to travel to the country. However, you can check here if your country needs a visa to visit Kuwait.
You don’t have to present any kind of vaccination to travel to Kuwait. You can check with your country’s International Vaccination Centre to see if there are any recommended vaccinations, but none are mandatory.
The price of the visa for Kuwait has a total cost including processing and fees of 29 € / USD / £, which also includes 24/7 customer support for any questions you have.
You only need to have a passport with a validity of more than 6 months starting from your entry into the country.
The maximum time you can stay in the country is 90 days.
Yes, all travelers, including minors, who are not exempt from visa, need to have a valid visa to travel to Kuwait. You can use our eligibility checker to see if you need one.
The passport must be valid for more than 6 months starting from your entry date into the country.
You don’t have to send the original passport to apply for a visa. It is one of the advantages of e-Visa. If you need to apply for another type of visa other than a tourist visa and you have to apply through a physical embassy, always send your documents sustained with a damage or loss insurance.
Once your date of entry to the country is known. We recommend you to apply for your visa at least 15 days before your departure date.
Before travelling to Kuwait, you must apply for a visa or eVisa. The process of obtaining an eVisa is quick and simple. You can manage everything online without having to leave your home.
The Kuwait tourist eVisa is valid to stay 90 days in the country and allows only one entry. This eVisa must be presented together with your passport upon arrival to Kuwait, where your passport will be stamped, and you will have to pay entry fees. The cost of these fees is low and will vary depending on your nationality.
You must complete the visa application without false information and without omission of the requested information. The government authorities may deny entry to the country if this poses a threat to the security or national interests of Kuwait.