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If you are planning a trip to Djibouti from New Zealand be aware of current Djiboutian visa requirements and regulations as these tend to change over night. There are different types of visas which are available for foreigners intending to enter Djibouti and you will have to make sure that you apply for the correct visa that suited to the purpose of your trip.

Read about the types of Djiboutian visas from the links below to ensure you are applying for the right type of visa.

Djiboutian Tourist Visa | Djiboutian Business Visa
Other Djiboutian Visas | Djiboutian Visa Forms
Djiboutian Visa Letters | Djiboutian Embassy in Wellington

Djiboutian Travel Visas


Djiboutian tourist visa is granted for a limited time of leisure travel and no strictly business activities allowed.

Djiboutian business visa is for partaking in short term commerce in Djibouti.

Djiboutian Transit visa, is generally valid for 3 days or less, for transferring through a port in Djiboutian to a third destination.

On-arrival visa for Djibouti is given at a port of entry in Djibouti. This is different from not needing a visa at all, as the visitor sholud still get the visa before they can in fact seek to pass through immigration.

Student visa for Djibouti, which permits its holder to study at an institution of higher education in Djiboutian.

Djiboutian temporary worker visa, is for people to work in an organisation in Belgium.

Spousal visa or partner visa, given to the spouse, civil partner or de facto partner of a resident or Djiboutian citizen.

Djiboutian Marriage visa is given for a lengthy time prior to civil partnership wedding based on a proven relationship with a citizen or resident of Djibouti.

For all other types of visas please visit Djiboutian visa information.

Please note: In individual situations, you may be expected to furnish additional documents. Procedures and rules in Embassy of Djibouti can and do, alter overnight. We accept no responsibilty for any such changes or any transaction initiated directly between an applicant and the Djiboutian embassy.

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