Yemen Tour Guide: Visas

Yemen Tour Guide: Visas Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

Visas can be obtained either in advance at Yemen diplomatic missions or on arrival in the country.

Visitors could obtain a single entry tourist/visitor visa for up to two months validity from the date of issuing, or a single entry business and working visa for up to two months from the date of issuing, or a business and working visa for several journeys for up to six months or one year validity from the date of issuing. Different visas have different charges. Charges and other visa-related general information could be obtained from Yemeni diplomatic missions

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