and send the following documents to VisaHQ:
When entering by land, applicant must provide a personal written itinerary showing a map with the route to be taken overland, details of transport or vehicle to be used for the journey, and signature of person who will be meeting at the border, at proposed date/time’. The itinerary must be taken to DGM when issuing Prise en Charge who will stamp the additional authorization.
Please note if visiting DR Congo for tourism and you are staying in a hotel, we recommend a reservation from an international hotel chain, as the embassy will not always accept visa applications from budget hotels as personal security cannot be guaranteed.
|Type of visa||Validity|
Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country. Validity of visa starts from the date of issuance of visa.
Processing times start on the next business day following submission and serve as indications of processing times under normal circumstances only.
|Embassy fee||Service fee||VAT||Total cost|
|Single entry||up to 1 month||20-30 business days||68.00||109.00||25.07||202.07|
|up to 2 months||20-30 business days||112.00||109.00||25.07||246.07|
|up to 3 months||20-30 business days||158.00||109.00||25.07||292.07|
|up to 6 months||20-30 business days||203.00||109.00||25.07||337.07|
|Multiple entry||up to 1 month||20-30 business days||102.00||109.00||25.07||236.07|
|up to 2 months||20-30 business days||135.00||109.00||25.07||269.07|
|up to 3 months||20-30 business days||169.00||109.00||25.07||303.07|
|up to 6 months||20-30 business days||247.00||109.00||25.07||381.07|
Visa department PMC 15 Mount Street Lower Dublin D02 F722