Sudan Visa – How To Get A Sudanese Visa

Has Sudan been on your travel list? If so, you will have to obtain a Sudan visa in order to travel to Sudan for business and tourism purposes. Also, when you depart Sudan, you will need to pay a departure fee which will not be included in your airline ticket. If your entry visa is expired when it is time to depart Sudan, usually you will not be able to obtain a departure visa. In addition, you should have a valid and up to date passport when traveling to Sudan, without traces of prior travel to Israel. Your passport should have a minimum of (2) blank visa pages, as well as a minimum of 6 months validity left on it after you depart Sudan.

Requirements For a Sudan Visa

For a tourist Sudan visa, your documents will have to include, a Sudan visa application form, an original, signed United States passport with at least 6 months validity, (1) passport photograph, an schedule of your trip, a bank statement to prove sufficient funds, an approval letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sudan, and a Letter of Invitation that is approved by Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sudan.

For a business Sudan Visa, your documents should include everything needed for a tourist visa with the exception of a Letter of Invitation. Instead, of a Letter of Invitation, you will have to include a Business Letter. A business letter should contain an introduction of the applicant, the type of business that will be conducted on the trip, state the type of visa needed along with preferred validity length, and you will also have to prove sufficient funds for your traveling purposes.

Sudan Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of Sudan Washington, D.C. 2210 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
United States

Additional Sudan Information

Capital Khartoum
Currency Sudanese Pound (SDG)
Language Arabic, English
Electricity Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type C / D
Country Code +249
Time Zone EAT (UTC+3)