Since I would be needing to submit my Georgian Visa for my Russian visa application, I would like to share on how I got it.
First of all, this is Georgia’s website.
Visitors travelling to Georgia for Philippine Passport holders are required to have Georgia E-visa prior to your arrival. But if you have visas from the one member countries of OECD agreement like Japanese or Mexican visa, then Georgia Visa Upon Arrival maybe obtained. If you have a residency visa from any Middle Eastern country, then no need to apply for a visa prior to arrival.
Here’s what I submitted during my Georgia Visa Application on their website:
- Passport Photo
- Scanned Passport
No need to submit the following below on their website but the immigration officer may ask for it when you arrive at the border or at the airport. Gladly, they never asked but I had them prepared.
- Flight reservations
- Document proving purpose of travel
- Proof of Accommodation
- Travel Insurance
- Document proving sufficient financial means
So here are the five steps I did in applying for the Georgia Visa:
2. Travel Information
3. Terms and Conditions
4. Personal Information
After I filled those out, I paid $20 for the visa fee. It’s non-refundable which means if your application was rejected or approved, they won’t return your money.
After 5 business days, I finally got it! It was really fast and easy! Now I have to make my itinerary which I will be sharing soon with you guys. So stay tuned! Thank you for reading and I wish you enjoyed this article. If you did, please share to your family and friends! Cheers!
Teaser of my Georgia Trip