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Tajikistan Evisa: How to Apply on Pakistani passport?

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If you are planning to Visit Tajikistan in near future then you will need a Tajistan Evisa. A few countries are exempted from visa to Tajikistan such as Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia.

Rest of of the countries have to obtain an evisa for Tajikistan which is very easy process and I am going to share with you the same. I recently visited Tajikistan two times.

Just to give you a glimpse, Tajikistan is located in Central Asia bordering Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and China. it is a mountainous country with only 7% flat landmass.

Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Somewhere near Dushanbe in Tajikistan

Requirements for Tajikistan evisa? 

If you are from any country except Former Soviet Republics then you will need to apply for evisa to Tajikistan in advance. it cost $50 USD and takes around 3 working days.

it’s single entry visit visa which you can also use for business purpose. you can stay in Tajikistan up to 45 days on this visa. Although, it is an evisa, you can use it on land borders as well.

Here is the official website where you can just start your application: https://www.evisa.tj

You need to upload your scanned passport copy to your application which is the only document required in this process. the rest is just basic information about your background and documents. 

48 hours after applying, I received this evisa via email in PDF format. 

Tajikistan is a beautiful mountainous country located in Central Asia. people are very friendly and hospitable. the landscapes are amazing and the food is just awesome. I will share my travel report on this blog very soon. Also visit: Uzbekistan Visa in Pakistan

Meanwhile, if you have any questions about evisa to Tajikistan then simply comment on this post. Happy Traveling and watch the video below to understand the process in Urdu/Hindi.

Watch the video to learn more about how to apply for Tajikistan evisa. 

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