Burundi Visa – How To Apply For A Burundian Visa
As a United States citizen, it is always a good idea to make sure that you are compliant with any rules or regulations of any international country that you may be visiting. If you’re planning on taking a trip to Burundi, for example, a Burundi Visa is required as either the tourist visa, a business visa or an official visa will be required depending on the exact nature of your trip.
To begin the application process, you will need to download the appropriate type of visa application form from the Internet. In addition to that completed form, you will also need to submit both your original, signed United States passport (with at least six full months of remaining validity) and two passport style photographs. You can have passport photographs taken at any United States Post Office location in your area.
You will also need to submit a copy of your itinerary or a copy of your round trip tickets, along with a letter from a hotel in the country confirming your plans to stay. You will also need to obtain and submit a copy of your International Certificate of Vaccination for Yellow Fever, along with a personal invitation if you’re traveling to Burundi for the purposes of visiting friends and family members.
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Burundi Visa Embassy & Consulate Information
|Embassy of Burundi in Washington DC||519 East Capitol Street S.E.|
Washington D.C. 20003
|Consulate General of Burundi in New York||336 East 45th Street,12th Floor|
|Consulate General of Burundi in California||8318 Wilshire Boulevard|
Additional Bhutan Information
|Capital||Bujumbura is the nations largest city, and capital.|
|Currency||Burundian franc(FBu) (BIF)|
|Electricity||50Hz & 220V socket C/E|
|Time Zone||CAT (UTC+2)|