17.06.2024 – 19.06.2024 are considered as non-working days due to National Salvation Day and Eid al-Adha. It is possible to apply for an urgent service. It takes 3 hours, regardless of holidays and non-working days, for an urgent application consideration.

Azerbaijan e-Visa for Swiss Citizens

If you require an Azerbaijan e-Visa as a Swiss citizen it can be easily done by yourself. Since the process for applying is done online, it can be done from any part of the world and any time you wish. All you have to do is fill out a simple form and successfully make a payment online.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Swiss Citizens

Listed below are some of the necessary documents for the Azerbaijan visa requirements that need to be filled out. Be sure to have them before you apply.


  • A digital copy of your passport as well as the biographical page
  • Where you will be staying in Azerbaijani 
  • The digital method of payment like credit or debit card
  • A secured email address (e-Visa will be sent to that account)

Be sure that you have access to the email address used to acquire the e-Visa, as you will need to print a copy of the visa and show it to the border control. 

After your e-Visa has expired you should have at least three months of validity on your passport and other important documents.

E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visas

When you apply for the Azerbaijan visa online, it is suggested to apply no later than three business days, before you visit the county. Before you start the process, be sure to have all the required information like the date that you will be in the county, medical details, and the place where intend to stay in Azerbaijan. 

There are two types of Azerbaijan online visas, an Urgent Visa and a Standard Visa.

  • Urgent Visa- If you need to go to Azerbaijan as soon as possible, the Urgent e-Visa can get processed within three hours. 
  • Standard Visa – The time taken to get a Standard Visa is quite reasonable, you would not have to wait longer than three days to get the Azerbaijan e-Visa

The validity of an Azerbaijan e-Visa is for 90 days. Though you can only be in the county for 30 days counting from the day you arrive. After that, you will need to leave the county. However, you can visit the country any time in those 90 days, as a tourist or for business reasons. 

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 Swiss Citizens 

Those visiting Azerbaijan for a vacation purpose will need to get a tourist visa and those who are going for business or commercial purposes will need a business visa. Documents for a tourist visa are mentioned above and for the business visa, you will need the application form and all the additional essential documents.

Who needs a business visa? Those who hold business meetings, culture and arts events, trade, and so on.

You will need to download the application form and it has to be signed. This document needs to be shown at the border control.

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Azerbaijan Visa Cost for Swiss Citizens

The government fees for the standard visa are $26 and for the urgent is around $61. All nationalities will have to pay the same fees set by the government. 

 Do keep in mind that you will not be able to get a refund for this fee. While filling out the Azerbaijan e-Visa form there will be a service charge for anything extra. The Azerbaijan online visa cost will vary according to what you select and the final amount will be displayed before you pay.  

The key reason for the price difference between The Standard and The Urgent e-Visa is the wait time to obtain an Azerbaijan visa.

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and Switzerland

Switzerland recognized Azerbaijan’s independence on December 23, 1991. Switzerland and Azerbaijan have strong political and economic ties based on a wide range of shared interests. Cooperation in international development cooperation, financial institutions, and energy policy are all important aspects of the two countries bilateral relations.

In the South Caucasus region, Azerbaijan is Switzerland’s main partner in trade. Both countries share good cultural exchanges like participation in film festivals as well. They also have a good relationship in education, research, and innovation.

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