Azerbaijan e-Visa for Finnish Citizens

If you want to apply for the Azerbaijan e-Visa you can easily do so online. The Azerbaijan e-Visa can be obtained for tourism, business, or other purposes and is valid for up to 90 days. During the application, you will be required to mention the entry date, state your purpose of visit and choose how quickly you want it.

Standard e-visa

(3 to 5 working days)

Urgent e-visa

(3 to 5 hours)

Azerbaijan Visa Requirements for Finnish Citizens

Listed below are the Azerbaijan online visa requirements for citizens from Finland. Before you apply, ensure that your passport and other travel documents should be valid for at least three months after the expiry date of your e-Visa.

Requirements:

  • A digital copy of your passport and biographical page 
  • Valid email address where you wish to receive your e-Visa
  • Address of accommodation where you will be staying in Azerbaijan
  • Method of payment (valid debit or credit card)

Azerbaijan E-visa Options- Standard and Urgent Visa

Depending on the time period that you choose, while applying for an Azerbaijan e-visa online, there are two options. One is the Standard visa and the second option is the Urgent visa.

Standard Visa

You can obtain the Standard Visa within three days after you apply. Always make sure that you have at least three business days before applying for this visa. 

Urgent Visa

As the name suggests, the Urgent e-Visa can be obtained much quicker. If you apply for an Urgent Visa, you can obtain it within three hours. 

Both the Standard and the Urgent e-Visas are valid for up to 90 days. This allows you to enter the country anytime within the 90 days; however, you cannot stay for over 30 days. 

An e-Visa for Azerbaijan can be created for an individual, for a family between two and a maximum of 10 persons, and for a group of a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 300 persons. 

You will be required to pay for the e-Visa electronically and you will receive it in your email address. Print at least one copy to show it on arrival at border control.

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 Finnish Citizens

To visit Azerbaijan for tourism purposes you need to apply for a tourist visa. However, for all business purposes including trade fairs, expeditions, conferences, meetings, science, culture, and sports, you will require a business visa. 

Thus for a business visa, other than the necessary documents mentioned above, you will also need an application form. The application form is online. After you finish filling it, you will be required to provide an email address, print and sign it.

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Azerbaijan Online Visa Cost for Finnish Citizens

The fee for processing a Standard Visa application is $25 and you will get your visa within three days. However, the cost for an Urgent Visa is $60 as you will receive your application much quicker. 

As you go ahead with filling up your e-Visa application form, you will come across the cost associated with applying for the e-Visa.

You will need to pay an additional service fee which varies depending on the processing time and different options that you choose.  

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Relationship between Azerbaijan and Finland

Argentina and Azerbaijan share a good diplomatic relationship. Finland has recognized Azerbaijan as an independent nation since December 30, 1991. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on March 24, 1992. 

Azerbaijan has an Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden and the Honorary Consulate of Finland is in Baku, Azerbaijan. It is the only representation of Finland in Azerbaijan. Both Azerbaijan and Finland are members of the Council of Europe. 

Azerbaijan and Finland have shared mutual understanding and cooperation since diplomatic relations were established. March 24, 2022, will mark their 30 year anniversary. Delegations have had meetings recently where past achievements were acknowledged and future prospects including education, economic cooperation, humanitarian spheres, and the sharing of information technology were discussed.

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