Armenia visa on arrival
Visa on Arrival
Armenia visa on arrival for Israeli citizens
Israeli citizens can apply for a visa on arrival when travelling to Armenia. Armenia visa on arrival is available on arrival for Israeli citizens. The stay is usually short with a period of 120 days and visa expires in 120 days. Applicant is required to be present when applying for Armenia visa on arrival. A total of 2 documents are required for applying Armenia visa on arrival. You can find Armenia visa exemptions.
Armenia visa on arrival conditions for Israeli citizens
- Citizens who are eligible for visa on arrival are also eligible for e-visa.
Max Stay: 120 days
Visa Validity: 120 days
How to apply for Armenia visa on arrival from Israel
Israeli citizens need to get visa on arrival to visit Armenia. Armenia visa on arrival process requires you to follow a total of 6 steps.
- Step 1 : Gather all the necessary documents required for a Armenia tourist visa including passport and any other supporting documents.
- Step 2 : Check that Israeli passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your arrival in Armenia. If not apply for a new Israeli passport.
- Step 3 : After arriving, Israeli citizens can go to Armenia immigration counter.
- Step 4 : Fill out the immigration form of Armenia.
- Step 5 : Upon arrival in Armenia, present Israel passport, the form and travel document to the immigration officer and pay any visa fee required.
- Step 6 : You will receive Armenia visa stamp in your passport, which allows you to stay in Armenia for the duration on your stamping.
Armenia tourist visa requirements for Israeli citizens
Documents required for Armenia tourist visa from Israel include passport, a completed visa application form and other supporting documents. A total of 2 documents are required.
Visa Application Form
Completed application form for Armenia
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Armenia tourist visa visa exemption for Israeli citizens
Armenia visa exemption
Visa on Arrival
Exemption available for these visas:
New Zealand Visa
- Visa is NOT EXEMPT but are eligible to obtain Visa ON ARRIVAL
- VOA fee is 15,000 AMD, valid for 120 days, single-entry only
- Passport must be valid during the entire stay in Armenia
- Applicable Countries: All Countries
✨ Armenia tourist visa tips
- Visa on arrival can be granted at following immigration checkpoints:
- Through International airports and railway station: Zvartnots International Airport (Yerevan), Shirak Airport (Gyumri, Shirak Province), Ayrum railway station (Ayrum, Tavush Province, border with Georgia)
- Through Land checkpoints: Bagratashen, Tavush Province (border with Georgia), Bavra, Shirak Province (border with Georgia), Gogavan, Lori Province (border with Georgia), Meghri, Syunik Province (border with Iran)
- Obtainable on arrival at Zvartnots International Airport or prior to travel online.
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Do israeli citizens need a visa to go to Armenia?
No, visa is not required for Israeli citizens. You can get visa details, documents required, official website and other details for Armenia visa but if you still have question which are unanswered then you can discuss with the community
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Armenia travel restrictions
Armenia is open for travel. Most visitors from Israel can travel to Armenia without restrictions. No quarantine is required. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel Armenia.
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