HOW TO OBTAIN A MONGOLIAN VISA IN SWITZERLAND
Mongolia pursues a liberal visa policy for visitors, both official and private. Tourists travelling to Mongolia and planning to stay 30 days or below do not need an invitation or other proof of intention. Travellers who demand for multi-entry visa or long-stay visa with period over 30 days or those who will visit the country for non-touristic purpose are required to obtain authorization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia through their host in Mongolia.
|Documents to present||Bank Account|
|BENEFICIARY:Permanent Mission of Mongolia to the UN
Chemin des Mollies 4, 1293 Bellevue GE
CH 09 0024 0240 3815 8000 W
|Visa Fees(in Swiss Francs)||Single Entry||Double Entries||Multiple Entries||Single Transit|
|Service Charge ³||10.00||10.00||10.00||10.00|
The visa application is processed normally within 3-5 working days upon reception of complete file.
It may vary depending on the volume of demand during tourist high season.
FAQ based Additional Advice
- Visa fee rate varies depending on number of entry/exit and has no difference depending on age.
- Dependent(s) / child(ren) of a citizen of Mongolia shall be exempt of Visa fee and pay only Service Charge.
- Visa validity period is 90 days from the date of issue, during which traveller should enter the country.
- The short-term 30-day visa can be extended one time for maximum of 30 additional days in Ulaanbaatar at the Immigration & Naturalization Office of Mongolia.
- Travellers planning Trans-Siberian transit via Russia-Mongolia-China advised to double check visa regime of Russia and China at respective representatives of those countries.
- Traveling to and through Mongolia by vehicle (car, truck, bus) is challenging. However, if you have already obtained entry-exit permits and customs clearance for Russia or China, the customs of Mongolia would process your documentation at the border, i.e. no need to apply in advance. But be aware that you might wait up to 24 hours at the border. To drive in and through Mongolia, you must have an itinerary plan to present to police when asked.
Consular Section’s Working Hours: From Monday to Friday, between 10h00-12h00 and 15h00-17h00.
Mongolian National Holidays in 2016 (on those days Embassy is closed):
1 January – New Year Day;
9-13 February – Mongolian Lunar New Year;
8 March – International Women’s Day;
1 June – Children’s Day;
29 June – Parliament election Day;
10-15 July – Mongolian National Naadam Festival;
31 October – National Pride Day;
29 December – National Independence Day;
31 December – Year-end Day;
Contact by e-mail: consul.mongolie@