VISA TO ARMENIA
(Tourist and Business)

ARMENIAN VISA PROCESSING RATES:
Armenia visa fee includes official mandatory invitation, consular fee, and two overnight deliveries via FedEx, courier, and our service charge. A 3-month stay visa is available with a special invitation. Please call us for details.


Visa type

Processing time

9 days

3 days

2 days

Tourist Single Entry 21 days

$160

$195

$205

ARMENIA VISA REQUIREMENTS:

  • Order Form, thoroughly completed
  • Your original passport (passport must be valid for at least 4 months)
  • One passport-size photo
  • One Armenia visa application form completed and signed
  • We provide necessary visa support/invitations.
  • Check or money orders payable to "East West Tours"
  • To pay for your visa package by credit card, please complete the credit card authorization form. Include the form in the visa package that you mail to us.

SERVICE-GUARANTEE-DISCLAIMER:
Although we guarantee our services, there are circumstances which we cannot control. We are not responsible for stolen visas or those lost or damaged in the mail. We cannot guarantee that a visa will be issued as the Consulate may refuse to grant entry/exit visa for any reason. Your Consular fees are reimbursable only if you are denied an entry visa and the Consulate has offered to refund it's fee. Otherwise, such fees are non-refundable and subject to change without notice. Please note that we start processing on the day we receive your complete paperwork. One day should be added for FedEx delivery of your visa to your home. Be aware that Consulates are closed for all U.S. and their National holidays. Please call us for information on specific country's National holidays. Also, registration of your visa may be necessary upon arrival - consult us before your departure.

VISA RETURN SHIPPING FEES:FEDEX SAVER -$15 /FEDEX OVERNIGHT-$20
MAILING ADDRESS: EAST WEST TOURS, 18518 BOTHELL WAY NE, #B, BOTHELL WA 98011.

testimonials
I wish to thank you for all your help in planning our trip from St. Petersburg to Moscow. All went very well. The train ride was uneventful. We did need some assistance from the concierge at our hotel in St. Petersburg in deciphering the signs in the railroad station. We had her write our the words "departure" and "arrival" in Russian, so we would know what track our train would be leaving.