Places in Visas of Yemen





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Facts about Yemen

Yemen is a country that is popular for its world heritage sites, beaches, deserts, and parks. Lots of tourists that visit the city choose to go hiking on the deserts. On the deserts, tourists can take joy rides on camels. This spells fun all the way.

Avoid drinking alcohol in public places. Always dress modestly and respect Islamic laws.

Basic Travel Requirements for Nigerians visiting Yemen

  • A Nigerian passport valid for at least 6 months from the intended arrival date and must have 2 blank pages for visa stamp.
  • Duly completed and signed visa application form.
  • If the applicant is a minor, the parents/legal guardians have to sign the form.
  • Passport-size photographs (2 x 2” dimension) taken in white background.
  • Travel document.
  • Proof of financial support
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Copy of return flight ticket
  • Documentation showing applicant’s ties to home country, e.g. verification from applicant’s employer.
  • A police report showing the traveler does not have a criminal record.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Documentation confirming the purpose of travel.
  • Copy of travel itinerary.

Types of Yemen Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 10 days 90 days
Business Visa 10 days 90 days

Places in Visas of Yemen Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa Not available
Business Visa Not available
Visa Not available

FAQs about Places in Visas of Yemen

What currency is used in Yemen? ?

The currency used in Yemen is the Yemeni rial or riyal.

Is there a Yemeni embassy in Nigeria? ?

There is currently no Yemeni embassy in Nigeria. Applicants are advised to use consulates in neighboring countries for their applications.

How safe is Yemen to travel to? ?

The ongoing conflict and the extreme threat of terrorism and kidnapping presents a significant risk to tourists in Yemen.

Is Yemen a Schengen country? ?

No. Yemen is not one of the 26 Schengen countries.

Which is the largest city in Yemen? ?

Sanaʽa, also spelled Sanaa or Sana, is the largest city in Yemen and the centre of Sanaʽa Governorate.

Can you please send me ur phone number so as to discuss better ? ?

Hi Given the fact there's no Yemen Embassy in Nigeria how can i secure a Yemen Visa as a Nigeria? ?

3 Visas of Yemen found

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Yemen
Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Yemen

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Yemen

Visas of Yemen, Visa, Tourist visa



A tourist visa is needed to visit Yemen for tourism purposes. In January 2010, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Yemen announced that they will no longer be issuing visas on arrival to the country. A report released by the Ministry stated that in an effort to fight terrorism and strengthen security measures to prevent the infiltration of terrorist elements into the country, the granting of visas at airports to foreigners will be cancelled. All intending visitors to Yemen must secure a visa, including Nigerians. Yemen visa used to be very easy to get but since the revolution in 2011, the Yemen laws of immigration have changed. You can now not successfully apply for a tourist visa without an invitation letter from a tour agency in Yemen. The easiest way to get a tourist visa to Yemen now might be to go through an approved travel agency. The travel agency will handle all the embassy and immigration paperwork. The Yemeni tourist visa is usually valid for three months for a single entry or 6 months for multiple entries. Which visa type you get is at the discretion of the consulate. You are advised to exit the country before your visa expires.

Business Visa from Nigeria to Yemen
Business Visa from Nigeria to Yemen

Business Visa from Nigeria to Yemen

Visas of Yemen, Visa, Business visa



A business visa is required for business travel to Yemen. You will need to submit a letter from your company explaining the purpose of the visit, the type of business and the name of the customer you are going to visit in Yemen. The visa cost for Nigerians is $46. Free of charge-visas are granted only to holders of diplomatic, special and service passport or to Yemeni citizens holding a passport of another nation. The processing time is up to  working 14 days, before the passport is returned. Payments must be made directly at the Consular Office by draft cheque (made out to “Ambasciata dello Yemen”) or cash. If you submitted your visa request via an ordinary mail or courier, you should contact the Consular Section for instructions on how to proceed with the payment. If you are employed, you will have to present a certificate from your employer stating or allowing your business travel. Your bank statement from the last 6 months is needed. Self-employed people will submit proof of business registration. You cannot be gainfully employed while you are in the country with this visa. It must be made clear whether your trip will be sponsored by the employer or the local company.