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The visa policy of the Burawa are the requirements set by the Burawi government to deal with foreign nationals wishing to enter, travel to, and remain in the nation. All non-residents of Burawa who enter the state must must obtain a a [[wikipedia:Travel visa|travel visa]] to temporarily remain in the territory. Since the creation of [[Burawa Free Economic Zones|Free Economic Zones]] in 1992, foreigners wishing to enter [[Mazar]] or [[Lambdia]] will have to request a separate Visa if conducting business. Burawi visas are issued both outside Burawa in [[Burawi diplomatic missions]], and within Burawa at all international airports to a select few nationalities.
 
The visa policy of the Burawa are the requirements set by the Burawi government to deal with foreign nationals wishing to enter, travel to, and remain in the nation. All non-residents of Burawa who enter the state must must obtain a a [[wikipedia:Travel visa|travel visa]] to temporarily remain in the territory. Since the creation of [[Burawa Free Economic Zones|Free Economic Zones]] in 1992, foreigners wishing to enter [[Mazar]] or [[Lambdia]] will have to request a separate Visa if conducting business. Burawi visas are issued both outside Burawa in [[Burawi diplomatic missions]], and within Burawa at all international airports to a select few nationalities.
  
The Burawi government follows the [[Five Borders Treaty]], a treaty signed by  [[Kushish]], [[Majanka]], [[Orma]], and, [[Sabia]], that allow citizens with valid passports issued by these countries to travel by car, truck, or train, to each other without a visa for tourism or limited business activities up to 180 days. Burawi also has treaties with Sabia, Kushish, and [[Septimania]] that allow visa-free travel via aircraft for tourism. Burawa also operates a Visa waiver program for 52 countries that allow citizens of those nations to be exempt from acquiring a visa if their stay is within 90 days.  
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The Burawi government follows the [[Five Borders Treaty]], a treaty signed by  [[Kushish]], [[Majanka]], [[Orma]], and, [[Sabia]], that allow citizens with valid passports issued by these countries to travel by car, truck, or train, to each other without a visa for tourism or limited business activities up to 180 days. Burawi also has treaties with Sabia, Kushish, and [[Volisania]] that allow visa-free travel via aircraft for tourism. Burawa also operates a Visa waiver program for 52 countries that allow citizens of those nations to be exempt from acquiring a visa if their stay is within 90 days.  
  
 
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Revision as of 07:38, 24 October 2016

The visa policy of the Burawa are the requirements set by the Burawi government to deal with foreign nationals wishing to enter, travel to, and remain in the nation. All non-residents of Burawa who enter the state must must obtain a a travel visa to temporarily remain in the territory. Since the creation of Free Economic Zones in 1992, foreigners wishing to enter Mazar or Lambdia will have to request a separate Visa if conducting business. Burawi visas are issued both outside Burawa in Burawi diplomatic missions, and within Burawa at all international airports to a select few nationalities.

The Burawi government follows the Five Borders Treaty, a treaty signed by Kushish, Majanka, Orma, and, Sabia, that allow citizens with valid passports issued by these countries to travel by car, truck, or train, to each other without a visa for tourism or limited business activities up to 180 days. Burawi also has treaties with Sabia, Kushish, and Volisania that allow visa-free travel via aircraft for tourism. Burawa also operates a Visa waiver program for 52 countries that allow citizens of those nations to be exempt from acquiring a visa if their stay is within 90 days.

Visa Programs

Visa Free Entry

Holders of passports issued by the following 22 countries or regions are visa exempt for visits up to 90 days. (Those in bold can stay within 180 days, also otherwise noted)

1 - Requires verification during arrival, only permitted entry via Iskhal International Airport
2 - Up to 30 Days

Visa on Arrival

Holders of passports on issued by the following 58 countries or regions are able to apply for a visa on arrival at all international airports and seaports.


1 - Can apply extend their stay to 180 days by applying for a visa-on-arrival
2 - Can apply extend their stay to 90 days by applying for a visa-on-arrival

Kwalib

Citizens with a passport originating from Autonomous Republic of Kwalib are not permitted into Burawa unless recieving a special "KD" visa at the Yalho Port of Entry in the south of Kushish.

Classes of Visas

"D-1/2/3" Visa

The D visa is the most common non-immigrant visa, it applies for all tourist entry into Burawa, there are three variants of the "D" visa.

The D-1 visa, also known as the "visa-on-arrival tourism visa", is a visa that is only available to citizens of countries that apply for Burawa's visa on arrival program. To apply for this visa, foreigners must prepare an entry document before passing through customs and must participate in a short interview with a customs officer. Less than 1% of travelers are rejected from the D-1 visa.

The D-2 visa is very similar to the D-1 visa and is available to citizens of "visa-on-arrival countries" before departing their home nation. These visas are available for completion online, but requires an interview at a consulate or embassy.