20.03.2023 - 24.03.2023 are considered as non-working days due to Novruz Holiday. It is possible to apply for an urgent e-visa. It takes 3-5 hours, regardless of holidays and non-working days, for an urgent e-visa application consideration.

Azerbaijan e-Visa for Maltese Citizens

Today the Azerbaijan e-Visa for Maltese citizens is easily available. You may complete the full procedure without having to travel to Malta. All you have to do now is gather the necessary documentation and pay the cost from your home country. 

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Maltese Citizens

If you were wondering what the Azerbaijan visa requirements are before you apply, these are listed below for your convenience. You can apply for an Azerbaijan visa for yourself, for your family, or for a group of people.


  • A digital copy of your passport's biographical page and a digital copy of your passport's photo page
  • The location in Azerbaijan where you want to stay
  • Have a payment method for online purchases
  • A working email address as you will receive the e-Visa there

The visa requirements for Malta nationals in Azerbaijan are straightforward. Remember to also print a copy of your e-Visa since you will need to display it while entering Azerbaijan.

E-Visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visa

There are two basic options when it comes to the Azerbaijan e-Visa for all Maltese citizens. These are the Standard and the Urgent Visas. 

You must describe the purpose of your visit and your expected arrival date for each of these visas. Make sure you have all of the relevant documentation and allow three working days for the application to be processed before you expect to enter the country.

The differences between the two categories of visas (Standard and Urgent) are described below.

  • Standard Visa - This visa may be obtained in as little as three business days
  • Urgent Visa- The urgent visa can be obtained in three hours

These visas are each valid for 90 days. You are only permitted to stay for 30 days out of the 90 days. During that 90-day period, you are free to enter the nation whenever you choose, as long as you follow the rules.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

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Azerbaijan Tourist and Business Visa for Maltese Citizens


You can choose your online visa to Azerbaijan depending on the purpose of your visit. At the time of application, the objective of the visit must be indicated. It is either a tourist or a business destination. Those who just want to visit for a holiday must apply for a tourist visa. 

However, if you are visiting Azerbaijan for any commercial activity, such as company meetings, commerce, sports, and so on, requires a business visa. For a business visa, you will have to provide additional information.

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Azerbaijan Visa Cost for Maltese Citizens

A legitimate payment method may be used by the e-Visa application. Keep in mind that the applicant's name does not have to be on the card. The Azerbaijan Standard e-Visa costs $25 and the Urgent e-Visa costs $60, according to the government. You can pay with a valid credit card such as Visa, Mastercard, or UnionPay.

In addition to the usual Azerbaijan online visa price, there is a service fee. The price of the service is decided on the options you choose. You'll get an estimate of how much you'll have to spend when you fill out the application for an Azerbaijan e-Visa.

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and Malta

Malta and Azerbaijan share good diplomatic relations since January 1995. Since 2016 Gudrat Hasanguliyev headed the working group on the Malta-Azerbaijan inter-parliamentary relations which were established in Azerbaijan’s parliament. Important dignitaries from both countries exchange visits to discuss official matters and keep the relationship going. 

Both countries have signed several memorandums of understanding. For instance, on December 15, 2014, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the countries in the Oil and Gas sector in Baku. Another MOU was signed on April 29, 2016, based on bilateral relations between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the two countries.

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