Frequently Asked Questions

Frequent Questions
What can I do if I made a mistake on my Bahrain visa application form?

If you made a mistake when entering your data online then please contact our customer service representatives as soon as possible via online chat to assist you. You can also call us here: +1.302.404.3828. Note that your e-Visa is linked to your passport number, so if we already submitted your application, then you can not make any changes and you will have to apply again. Contact us as soon as you realize a mistake was made!

What should I do if my Bahrain eVisa application is not approved?

We will notify you via email in case your application was not approved. You will then have to contact the nearest Bahrain embassy to you in order to apply through them.

Is the Bahrain eVisa valid for single or multiple entries?

The Bahrain eVisa is valid for single / multiple entry depending on your nationality.

How long can I stay in my Bahrain with my eVisa?

You can stay 14 days (two weeks) in Bahrain with the eVisa, note that British and Irish nationals can stay up to 3 months (90 days).

What are the special conditions when applying for the eVisa to Bahrain?
  • You have to be outside of Bahrain in order to apply for the eVIsa
  • You need to have a valid passport document. The passport has to be valid for at least 6 months after your arrival to Bahrain.
  • You must have Return Flight Tickets
  • You must be able to support yourself (and dependents) during your visit to Bahrain.
  • Your entry should not violate security and welfare of Bahrain nationals.
  • You have to use your Bahrain eVisa within 30 days of its approval.
  • In order to apply for another visa, you must have used your previous visa, or it should have expired.
How long is the Bahrain eVisa valid?

The Bahrain eVisa is valid for 30 days from the approval date. You can not have 2 valid eVisas at once, you must have used your previous eVisa, or it should have expired in order to re-apply for another eVisa to Bahrain

Is it possible to extend my eVisa to stay longer in Bahrain?

Yes, you may extend your eVisa to Bahrain by visiting the NPRA (The General Directorate of Nationality, Passports & Residence) and paying the extension fee. The NPRA is the authority responsible for managing the entry of people to Bahrain and they will decide whether you can extend the eVisa or not.

If my children are included in my passport, how do I apply for their eVisas?

If you are planning to travel to Bahrain with dependents/children who are endorsed in your passport, then you should not apply for an eVisa. If you are eligible for the Bahrain eVisa, then you should travel to Bahrain and obtain a visa on arrival where your children/dependents will be included on that visa.