A conference visa speaks for itself.
It is for those attending conferences, seminars, and symposiums in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia Conference Visa Qualification
The host entity must invite you to the conference (or similar). Host entities include:
- Ministry or Department of the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
- Regional state governments
- Educational institutions and universities
- Organisations owned by the private sector, the Ethiopian government, United Nations or its specialised agencies, African Union, or reputed NGOs.
General requirements for the conference visa: A recent passport-size photo A copy of your passport that is still valid for six months from the intended entry date to Ethiopia An invitation letter
Requirements per hosting category
Privately owned organisation:
An application letter written by the inviting company to the Immigration And Citizenship Service of Ethiopia.
The inviting company’s business license, which has been renewed for the fiscal year.
The inviting company’s Taxpayer Identification Number(TIN) certificate, which has been renewed for the fiscal year.
Ethiopian government-owned organisation:
A formal application letter written by the inviting company to the Immigration and Citizenship Service of Ethiopia.
A formal application letter written by the inviting organisation to the Immigration and Citizenship Service of Ethiopia.
The host company’s registration license.
A formal application letter written by the inviting organisation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia.
Note Verbal (support letter) from Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Cost of an Ethiopia Investment Visa
The cost of a conference visa in Ethiopia is the following:
Single-entry for up to 30 days: ETB 580.