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What documents are required for a Ghana tourist visa?
When applying for a Ghana visa, you need to submit the following documents:
Covid Vaccinations: Proof of Covid-19 full (double) vaccination certificate.
Photo: You need 1x passport-sized photo.
Passport: You need a valid passport.
Hotel reservation: Prove your accommodation by submitting hotel reservations.
Bank Statement: You must have the most recent bank statement.
Flight tickets: You must submit proof of your arrival and return flight tickets.
Can I apply for my Ghana visa on the weekend?
Yes, you can submit an application over the weekend. Atlys is available 24/7. However, the collection of your documents will happen during weekdays.
How do I apply for my Ghana visa?
You can apply for your Ghana visa on Atlys. Here is how the process works:
Visit Atlys: Go to the Atlys online portal.
Provide Your Travel Details: Submit your travel details by choosing your destination and dates.
Complete The Application: Complete the online application by providing all your details.
Pay The Visa Fee: Pay the Ghana visa fees and submit your application.
Wait For Atlys: Atlys will collect your documents via courier and submit them to the embassy.
Receive Your Visa: Once your visa gets approved, a courier will drop off your passport and visa.
How will I receive my Ghana visa once approved?
Once your visa gets approved, it will be sent to you via courier with your passport.
How early should I apply for my visa?
To allow sufficient processing time, applying for your visa 3-4 weeks before you travel is advised.
Can Indians apply for a Ghana e-visa?
No, Ghana does not offer the option of an e-visa. However, Indians can apply for their Ghana visa online through Atlys and receive a sticker visa.
What happens if my visa application gets rejected?
When your visa is denied, you can reapply for it once you have addressed all the reasons for rejection. You will lose your visa funds since the government and online portals do not refund the visa fees, except for Atlys. At Atlys, if your visa application is rejected, you'll be refunded up to ₹8000 or $100, excluding the service fee.
How long is my Ghana visa valid for?
The Ghana visa is valid for 30 days when you apply through Atlys.
What can cause my Ghana visa processing time to be delayed?
Various reasons can delay your visa processing, such as:
Peak travel seasons.
Having a criminal record.
Can I check my Ghana visa status online?
Yes, you can check your visa status through the Atlys app when you apply on Atlys. Or you can check your visa status online through the government portal of Ghana.
What are the Ghana visa fees?
The fee for the Ghana visa on Atlys is ₹12,800.
What methods can I use to pay my Ghana visa fees?
On Atlys, you can pay the visa fees using your credit/debit card or an approved mobile wallet.
Can I extend my Ghana Visa?
Yes, you can extend your visa to Ghana. To extend your visa, submit the required documents and complete the required application form, which is obtained at the Immigration Headquarters or the nearest Regional Commands Service.
Can I work in Ghana with a tourist visa?
No, employment is prohibited in Ghana when you have a tourist visa. To be employed, you need to have an employment visa.
How long can I stay in Ghana with a tourist visa?
Once you enter Ghana, you can stay there for 30 days on a tourist visa.
Is travel insurance mandatory for a Ghana tourist visa?
No, travel insurance is not mandatory for a Ghana tourist visa. However, it is advised to have travel insurance when visiting a foreign country.
How does the Ghana visa process work?
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