Armenia Visa and Passport Requirements
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As of January 2013 EU nationals no longer need an entry visa for travel to Armenia and are allowed to stay up to 180 days a year without a visa. This applies to tourism and business trips.
Visas for Armenia are required by all other nationals referred to in the chart above, except those continuing their journey within 72 hours, providing they remain in the airport transit lounge, and are holding all documents required for the next destination and a confirmed onward ticket.
Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements for Armenia.
If leaving the airport, a transit visa may be issued on arrival for a stay of maximum three days, provided the visitor is holding a visa (if required) for the final destination. Those entering Armenia on an e-Visa can only do so if arriving at certain points.
Single-entry 21-day e-Visa (online application): US$10; single-entry 120-day e-Visa: US$40.
Single-entry visa valid for 21 days: £5; single-entry visa valid for 120 days: £24; multiple-entry visa valid for 60 days in six months: £31; multiple-entry visa valid for 120 days in one year: £63; single-entry transit visa: £16; multiple-entry transit visa: £28.
There is no charge for diplomatic and official visas, or for those issued to children under 18. Prices do not include application surcharges, which vary between embassies/consulates.
Single-entry visas valid for 21 days must be used within 90 days of date of issue. Validity varies for other visas.
Foreign nationals transiting through Armenia must present tickets to a third country or a visa to a third country and can stay in Armenia for no more than 72 hours except in cases of emergency.
Embassy (or consular section at embassy) or through the e-Visa system described above (https://evisa.mfa.am). It is also possible to obtain 21-day visas on arrival, but expect the costs to be significantly higher than those listed above.