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 Danish Citizens

Obtaining the Azerbaijan e-Visa for Danish citizens is fairly simple online. The applicant needs to enter details on the online visa application and will receive the Azerbaijan e-Visa within three hours to three days, depending on which type of visa is chosen.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Danish Citizens

You should apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa at least three days in advance and your passport and travel documents should be valid for a minimum of three months. After you receive your Azerbaijan e-Visa you should get a printed copy so that you can show it to border control. Listed below are the Azerbaijan visa requirements.


  • A digital copy of your passport and biographical page 
  • An email address where you want to receive the e-Visa 
  • The Azerbaijan address where you intend to stay 
  • A valid method of payment

The Azerbaijan e-Visa can be issued for an individual, for a family, or for a group of people. One person can do the application for the entire family or group.

E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visas

The Azerbaijan e-Visa is valid for 90 days, but you cannot stay for more than 30 days after entering. Use your e-Visa while it is still valid.

The great thing about the Azerbaijan visa online is that you will receive it within three business days from the time you apply. However, you can also obtain it faster if necessary. You will come across two options as listed below:

  • Standard Visa- The Standard Visa can be obtained within three days.
  • Urgent Visa- The Urgent visa to Azerbaijan can be obtained within three hours. 

Gather all of the information you will need for yourself and anyone else you may be applying for before submitting an online application. You will need to include the date you intend to enter, your medical information, and how long you intend to stay.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Tourist and Business Visa for Danish Citizens  

All Danish citizens may apply for a visa to Azerbaijan on the basis of tourism, business, or other events.

Do you need to visit Azerbaijan on a business matter? Business includes official meetings, sports, and cultural exchanges, seminars, trade fairs, conferences, and so on. You can get a business visa and this is different from a tourist e-Visa because you will need an application form. You can download this form, sign it and show it at border control. 

In the application form, you will need to state the reasons for entering Azerbaijan. Make sure you fill out the business application form and apply for the e-Visa at least three days in advance.

Azerbaijan Visa Cost for Danish 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. 

This cost is the same for all nationalities who are entitled to apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa. 

There is also a service fee associated with the Azerbaijan e-Visa depending on the options that you choose during the application process. Begin submitting the application form and you will get the final price.

Make sure you have a working and valid method of payment. It could be a Mastercard, UnionPay, or Visa. As you fill out the e-Visa form, you will come across the costs associated with the e-Visa. After the payment is made, a notification regarding the acceptance of the application will be sent to the applicant’s email address.

Relationship between Azerbaijan and Denmark

Azerbaijan and Denmark share good bilateral relations that are friendly and based on mutual cooperation. Denmark recognized Azerbaijan’s independence on December 31, 1991. Azerbaijan has a non-resident embassy for Denmark which is located in London UK and Denmark has a consulate in Azerbaijan. 

Both Denmark and Azerbaijan work with cooperation in the OSCE, UN, and the Council of Europe. Economic ties are deepening as Danish companies show interest in conducting business activities in Azerbaijan. Both countries exchange head of state visits and hold cultural events in each other’s countries.

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