Azerbaijan e-Visa for the United Arab Emirates Citizens

Applying for an Azerbaijan e-Visa for United Arab Emirates citizens is much easier than before. If you need to travel to the country for a vacation, for work, or any other purpose, obtaining an e-Visa can be done effortlessly. All of the essential information data for the e-Visa has to be entered online.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for the United Arab Emirates Citizens

There is some essential information that you would have to enter on the online form. Listed below are the Azerbaijan visa requirements for all United Arab Emirates citizens.

Requirements:

  • An e-copy of your passport and the biographical page (after your e-Visa has expired your passport validity should be at least 3 months)
  • A verified email address that you would like to use to get the e-Visa (the e-Visa will be emailed to this address)
  • An Azerbaijani location where you are planning to stay  
  • A digital method of payment

Make sure that you print your e-Visa, as it is required to be shown at the border control.

E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visas

There are only two types of Azerbaijan e-Visa that you can apply for, you can choose any as per your requirement. The Azerbaijan visa online application is straightforward and easy to obtain. 

  • Urgent Visa- If you require the e-visa urgently for any emergency purpose, you can get it within three hours. 
  • Standard Visa- A Standard Visa is usually processed within three working days. This wait time is not very long.

The Azerbaijan e-Visa is valid for 90 days, but you can only stay in the country for 30 days. You will still need to mention the date that you intend to arrive in the county and provide medical details and the duration that you plan on staying in the country. You can visit the county any time in those 90 days. Just be cautious that the visa is valid during that time period.

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 the United Arab Emirates Citizens

If your visit has business a purpose such as a company meeting, trade, workshops, and so on, you will require a business visa. Those who just want a vacation will need a tourist visa. Business visas are processed differently compared to tourist visas.

A business e-visa involves submitting an application form in which you are required to state the purpose of your visit before entering the county. Be sure to print this form and sign it, as it is mandatory to show it at the border control. 

It is suggested to apply at least three working days for an Azerbaijan e-Visa before entering the county.

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Azerbaijan Visa Cost for the United Arab Emirates Citizens

There is a significant cost difference between the Standard Visa and the Urgent Visa. You will have to pay $25 for the Standard Visa and $60 for the Urgent Visa. Do note that you cannot refund this amount after you have paid. As you fill out the online application you will come across the total Azerbaijan online visa cost associated with the e-Visa.

Azerbaijan e-Visa rates are the same regardless of which country you are applying from. For your convenience, you have a number of digital options to pay from. As per your selected type of Visa, prices will be displayed accordingly. 

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and the United Arab Emirates

Since December 26, 1991, United Arab Emirates has acknowledged the independence of Azerbaijan. As of September 01, 1992, diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates were established. In June 1994 Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates in Ankara was accredited to Azerbaijan.

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev met with President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan on December 13, 1994, in Casablanca, during the Summit of the Heads of States and Governments of the member states of the OIC. Eldar Salimov was appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United Arab Emirates on February 22, 2001.

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