Entry visa requirements for Tunisia

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  • edited 8:56AM
    Salem Aisha - yes you will need to purchase your visa before arrival in Tunis. You should contact the Embassy of Tunisia in London and they will assist with your visa
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    Hi, I'm holding a Brunei passport, will be visiting Tunisia (Skanes) next week. Do I need visa to enter Tunisia?
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    Jay - you do not need a visa for Tunisia. You can have a 3 month visa free stay. Enjoy your stay in Skanes
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    What about Egyptian passport holders? can I obtain a isa on arrvial?
    Thanks
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    Dido - You will need a visa before you arrive in Tunisia otherwise you will be denied entry. Contact the embassy in Cairo for exact requirements.
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    I am a uk national and hold a uk passporty

    I am visiting Tunisia for the first time and on my own

    do I need a visa and what can you recommend I can do in tunisia? I am staying in pORT EL KANTAOUI
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    Hi,
    I'm planning to visit Djerba for 1 week. I'm a UK national (born and bred) but I have a dual nationality - British and Italian. Reading through the posts it's your passport that matters and I have an Italian passport. I've read elsewhere that with an Italian passport I do not require a Visa but I must be on a recognised package holiday. Is this correct? I'll be traveling from the UK and planning to book a package deal through Thomas Cook...will this be ok?

    Could you also advise on currency? Can I exchange GBP to TND from the UK or can this only be done upon my arrival to Djerba?

    Many thanks!
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    Foxie - as you will enter Tunisia on your British passport you do not need a visa. You will be given 3 months visa free. PEK is a purpose built tourist resort and is really quite nice but not 'Tunisia'. there are lots of sites to visit nearby and easily accessible by louage or taxi. I don't know how long you are staying here but I would suggest you visit nearby Sousse which has a beautiful medina and souk. You could also visit Hammamet which is also lovely with good cafes and restaurants. It does depend a lot on what you enjoy on vacations as to what you can do here in Tunisie.
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    Roz - Firstly you can't get TND outside of Tunisia. It is a closed currency and as such can only be exchanged here in Tunisia. Make sure you spend it all or exchange it before you depart. It is worthless outside Tune. As for the visa, I don't know where you got that information but it is not correct. You can visit Tunisia on your own on an Italian passport and you will automatically have visa free for 3 months. so if you don't want to book a package it's not a problem. I hope you enjoy your time on beautiful Djerba...........it's lovely
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    Hi Lesley

    I'm a filipino citizen living in the united kingdom. I plan to go on holiday in Tunisia at the end of august and will need a visa. I contacted the tunisian embassy in London for an application form for a tourist visa but they've not got back to me. I've emailed them and phoned them and no one seems to bother getting back to me?!! Is there any way I could apply online to make it a lot easier for me without having to go through the hassle of going to london and applying in person?! And how long does it take to get a visa?

    Thanks
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    CT - I am sure there is an online application form, however as you are in the UK you need to keep trying the embassy. I can't tell you exactly how long it takes for you visa but you need to apply well in advance of your travel here.
  • edited August 2011
    Hi,

    I have a Australian passport currently living in the UK. As it is based on the passport do I need to obtain a visa to visit Tunisia for a 5 day holiday? I've tried contacting the Tunisian embassy in London by phone but am not getting any response. I have read that i can obtain them when I get there but would prefer to do it before hand if possible and I'm not sure how up to date that information was

    Appreciate any help

    Steve
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    Hi Steve - as an Australian passport holder it will cost you only TND10.000 for a stay of up to 7 days here in tunisia on your arrival at the airport.
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    Hello,

    I'm an Australian passport holder living in Australia. I've recently applied for a visa to undertake a student internship at a company in Tunis. This is a paid position with a duration of 12 months. However, despite providing a copy of my paperwork and their requested documents, I think they have given me a three month tourist visa. While I'll be able to get into the country, I'm worried that this will not allow me to work and its obviously not long enough.

    Is it possible to apply or change my visa to a longer stay/working visa once I am in Tunisia? My local embassy has been rather unhelpful and non-descript in their correspondence and I am supposed to be arriving next week? Please Help! Much Appreciated!
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    Wade - I don't think this is a problem. Once you arrive in Tunisia the company that you are working with should organise a further working visa with the Bureau d'Affaires des Etrangers in Tunis.

    I do hope you will enjoy your year here in beautiful Tune town but don't just work, get out and about to see some of this country.
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    Hi, Im a citizen of ST KITTS and NEVIS Currently residing in UK. I wish to travel to Tunisia to my friends wedding. Do i need to apply for visa. Tunisian Embassy in london is not responding to my calls.

    regards
    Mohamed
  • edited 8:56AM
    Mohamed - the latest information that I have is that as a citizen of St Kitts and Nevis you can enter Tunisia on your country's passport without a visa. You will be given 3 months to stay here visa free. However as always, check the Tunisi Embassy website for any updated or changed visa conditions.
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    its urgent please!!
    I´m chinese´s passport holder and never have been outside of china .and the tunisian ambassy on beijin, it 's too fare from my home! (i live on south of china) i have tunisian boyfriend, we want be married and live together in tunisia!! we don't know how to proceed to get tunisian visa for me without going to tunisian ambassy on beijin!!?? he suggest to send me invitation and get for me a ticket !! my tunisian boyfriend he can prepare visa for me on my arrival to tunisia!!??and what kind of documents do i need to prepare for our marriage!!??

    Thank you
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    Rong - I'm sorry but there is no way for you to enter Tunisia without a visa! Your boyfriend cannot do this for you. You should contact the Embassy in Beijing as you can prepare your documents and send your passport for the visa to be processed. They will send it back to you. If you arrive into Tunisia without a visa they are legally entitled to deny you entry and send you back on the next plane. Surely a trip to Beijing is not nearly as far as here to Tunisia???

    You will need these dox at the very least:

    Original birth certificate translated into French/Arabic
    Certificate of no impediment translated into French/Arabic
    Passport - bio page translated
    I'm not sure what other documents the Tunisian authority will require from a Chinese national. You should definitely check this with the Tunisian Embassy in Beijing.
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    i already start to fill up one application form witch i received by email ! and i don't how to writed or fill up it!! and to be sure for 100 % to get this visa!! for example : they ask for my profession on this application form!! but i no have job for the moment !! maybe this can not help me for visa!!
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    sorry !! i forgot to tell you that this application form i received from tunisian embassy in beijing!!
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    Rong - I am sorry but I am not qualified to give instructions on this, however, if you have a profession such as a retail assistant, accountant, secretary, tailor something like that then you put that on the form.
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    thanks for your help!!
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    one more question!! my boyfriend want send me money from his count bank on tunisia to my count on china!!can tell me the most simple procedure !!
    thanks!!
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    i am a thai woman and i want to go visit my boyfriend in tunisia, i live in the UK, holding a thai passport..
    could you please tell me what documents should i have ar how to do to get a visa to tunisia...
    PS : i don't work currently to provide a letter from my employee.
  • edited 8:56AM
    Rong - there is no way he can transfer money from Tunisia. The Tunisian Dinar is a closed currency meaning that it is not exchangeable outside Tunisia. He can't transfer it by internet or by any means. He should know this. There is no facility in this country to send money out!
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    Ampha - in order for you to enter Tunisia you must have a visa before you travel. You should contact the Embassy of Tunisia in London, or go to their website and download the visa application form. This will also give you the documents required for you to travel to Tunisia.
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    Hi

    I have a greek passport.Do i need a visa to go to Tunisia for a vocation?

    Thanks
    Bella
  • edited 8:56AM
    Bella - no, you do not need to get a visa in advance of your travel. As a Greek passport holder you can get your visa on arrival into Tunis.

    Have a great vacation with us
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    Hi,

    I am an Indian passport holder, staying in UK. I will be going on a cruise to 4 Schengen countries which includes France, Italy, Spain & Malta. Tunisia is also included in the itinerary . The cruise will be staying in Tunisia for only 4 hours. And I intend to stay in my cruise during these 4 hour with my baby. The cruise trip is so near that I cannot even think of doing a tunisia visa. In this case, do I need to do a Tunisia visa if I stay inside the cruise? Please help me in this regard.

    Thanks
    Mita
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