Visa to Yemen:
restrictions: The Government of the Republic of Yemen refuses entry and transit
facilities to holders of Israeli passports, or holders of passports containing visas valid
or expired for Israel or any indication, such as entry or exit stamps, that the holder has
PASSPORTS: Passport valid for at least 6 months after date of
departure required by all.
VISAS: Required by all except:
(a) nationals of Iraq, Jordan and Syria;
(b) transit passengers continuing their journey by the same or first
connecting aircraft provided they hold valid onward or return documentation and are not
leaving the airport.
Types of visa: Tourist/Visitor (Single-entry only); Business
(Single- and Multiple-Entry); Work; Transit.
Validity: Single-entry (2 months from date of issue);
Mutiple-entry (6 months or 1 year from date of issue).
Cost: Tourist/Visitor: £25. Business: £35
(Single-entry); £90 (6-month Multiple-entry); £180 (1-year Multiple-entry).
Application to: Consulate (or Consular section at Embassy); see
Application requirements: Tourist/Visitor: (a) Completed
application form. (b) 2 passport-size photos. (c) Return ticket. (d) Valid passport. (e)
Fee in postal orders or cash; company cheques are accepted. (f) Stamped, self-addressed
envelope for postal applications. (g) Letter from travel company organising the trip. Business:
(a)-(f) and (h) Letter from company explaining purpose of visit and nature of business.
Work visa: (a)-(f) and (i) Work permit from local authority in Yemen.
Note: Group visas are available for ten or more visitors whose
tour has been organised through a travel company in Yemen. Contact the Consulate (or
Consular section at Embassy) for details.
Working days required: 3 (personal applications); 5 (postal
Visa Application Form. this form can be viewed and printed using Adobe Acrobat Reader
which can be downloaded for free from the Adobe
Note: This application form should only be used at the
Washington Embassy. Non US residents should use this form only as reference. Do not adjust
the size of this form.
Check with your
embassy for any recent changes in the immigration laws.