Cypriot tourist visa is given for a short period of leisure travel and no business pursuits allowed. A holiday visa stamp or label placed by a Cypriot visa officer on your passport that allows you to go to Cyprus.
Visitor visa for Cyprus usually are issued from the Cypriot consulate in Abuja or in the nearest city to your regular residential address. When trying to get a Cypriot tourist visa, you will be asked to clarify the purposes for planing a trip to Cyprus.
Please notice: In individual circumstances, you may be expected to furnish additional paperwork. Cypriot embassy guidelines and rules can and do, change over night. We take no responsibilty for any such changes or any transaction initiated directly between an applicant and the Cypriot embassy.
Often, you can include dependent children with your visa application if they are traveling with you on your passport. You may not need to request this visa. Learn more
Please note: Be sure to have the appropriate Cypriot visas where necessary which is your duty to obtain them. In general countries ask for passports to be valid for 6 months immediately after the expiry of the visa. NB: Having a visa doesn’t guarantee an individual entry on arrival in Cyprus.
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