Only the Immigration Office, Embassy or Consular of Mauritius can issue a Mauritius Visa.
This document officially acknowledges that a person’s application to enter Mauritius has been:-
It should be noted that the visa issued does not, per se, guarantee right of admission to Mauritius. It is just an official document which allows a non-citizen to travel up to a port of entry.
The onus to admit a foreigner as well as deciding how long that person can stay for any particular visit is on the Immigration Officer after examination at the point of entry.
► Visas and extensions of stay are issued free of charge.
All persons coming to Mauritius:-
► Non-citizens coming from over 100 countries are exempted from visa requirements.
Among these countries are. . .
Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy Kenya, Kuwait, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Qatar, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
A non-citizen traveling to Mauritius from countries which are not exempted from visa requirements should apply for same prior travel.
The applicant should submit the following documents on application:-
For business visa, applicant should also submit a letter from local sponsor/company.
► Allow around 5 working days for the processing of an application after all documents have been submitted.
► Travelling to Mauritius should be undertaken only after the visa is issued.
The “Application For A Visa For Mauritius” form can be downloaded here
For locations where visa application can be submitted, click here.
A person applying for a Mauritius visa should ensure that the following immigration requirements and conditions are satisfied:-
All these documents have to be produced to the Immigration Officer at the point of entry.
You may check for visa requirements updates on the Passport and Immigration Office website.
Location of Passport and Immigration Main Office:
Passport & Immigration Office
9-11, Lislet Geoffroy Street,
Telephone no : - (230) 210 9312
Fax no : - (230) 210 9322
E-mail address: - firstname.lastname@example.org
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