Pakistan Visa and Passport Requirements
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A passport valid for six months beyond the intended length of stay is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Visas to Pakistan are required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Nationals not referred to in the chart above are advised to contact the high commission/embassy to check visa requirements.
You’ll need to prepare a photocopy of your passport, two passport photos, a utility bill for proof of address, your itinerary, a photocopy of your hotel booking, bank statements from the previous three months and a letter from your place of work explaining that you will be returning to work. Business travellers also need letters of invitation from organisations both at home and in Pakistan.
Single-entry visa: £140; double-entry visa: £158; one-year multiple-entry visa: £368; two-year multiple-entry visa: £368; three-year multiple-entry visa: £518. Reductions are available for Pakistani/British dual nationals.
Single-entry/double-entry visas: six months from the date of issue for stays of up to three months; multiple-entry visas: one, two or three years.
Transit visas are required by all nationals in the chart above and are valid for 72 hours; travellers must hold confirmed onward tickets.
Consulate (or consulate section at embassy/high commission). In the UK, the high commission uses the company Gerry's Visa Services to process applications (www.visadropbox.com); an additional £30 processing fee applies.
Depends on nationality (in the UK, visas are normally granted within five working days). Enquire at the nearest consulate or embassy.
It is usually possible for tourists to extend their stay. Contact the Regional Passport Office in Islamabad.