Kindly note that the High Commission will not accept cash/cheque for any Visa or Consular Fees.
The Consular Section assists nationals and residents of Cyprus, Greece, Malta, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain, respectively.
The bank account details for the High Commission are:
|Account Name:||Namibia High Commission|
|Bank Name:||Barclays Bank|
A standard administration fee of £35.00 is applicable to all visa fees below.
|TYPE OF VISA||SINGLE ENTRY FEE||MULTIPLE ENTRY FEE|
|Volunteer||£30.00 + £35.00 = £65.00||£50.00 + £35.00 = £85.00|
|Research||£50.00 + £35.00 = £85.00||£70.00 + £35.00 = £105.00|
|Expedition/Sport||£50.00 + £35.00 = £85.00||£70.00 + £35.00 = £105.00|
|Tourist/Holiday||£60.00 + £35.00 = £95.00||£90.00 + £35.00 = £125.00|
|Business||£90.00 + £35.00 = £125.00||£120.00 + £35.00 = £155.00|
|Media/Film||£90.00 + £35.00 = £125.00||£120.00 + £35.00 = £155.00|
NB. Please note that the above Fees (Visa and Administration) are NON REFUNDABLE.
NB. International Bank Transfers: Kindly note, applicants should pay all bank charges i.e. their own and recipient charges, failure to do this will result in your application being REJECTED!!!
From the 1st August 2016, Business travellers for Meetings/Conferences from countries that have VISA Exemption Agreement with Namibia, will be issued with a VISA on arrival, at no cost.
As of the 01 August 2016, all citizens of countries whom we have VISA Exemption Agreements will be allowed to enter into Namibia for no longer than three (3) months per calendar year and will get Visitor’s Entry Permit (VEP) endorsement stamps at the Port of entry for the following reasons:
All visitors travelling to Namibia for business to work at their subsidiary companies, for example, to give training to local staff, conduct audits of their companies, volunteer work of any kind etc., are required to apply for employment permit/work visas in terms of section 27 of Immigration Control Act regardless of whether they are citizens of countries which are exempted.
The following countries have VISA Exemption Agreements with Namibia:
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