South Sudan– Passport and Visa required
Visa Requirements for U.S.
Valid and signed U. S. Passport
(valid at least 6 months beyond the date of entry; with at least
two blank visa pages) – photocopy is not acceptable
Visa Application Form completed and signed. Please
note that Applications printed on both sides of the paper will
not be accepted, and visa will not processed until it is
replaced. The application form must have original
Two Passport Type Photographs with
clear or white background (2 x 2 size)
Letter from U.S. company OR
AN Invitation from your SPONSOR organization in south sudan
explaining the purpose of your travel.. The letter MUST be
addressed to the Embassy of south sudan
Travel the World Visas Service
Consular Fee: $165.00/visa
fee above include a $5 money order fee (consulate/embassy
accepts money order only).
Processing time: between 5 to 7
Return Mail Fee:
$28.00 (1-3 passports) Overnight Delivery
$20.00 (1-3 passports)
2-Day Delivery [ ]
$48.00 (1-3 passports)
Saturday Delivery [ ]
For Alaska and Hawaii, please add $15.00 on the Return Mail Fee
Please send all the above
mentioned documents and payment
(Money Order, Company Check,
Cashier’s Check, American Express, Visa or MasterCard)
by courier delivery*
TRAVEL THE WORLD VISAS, INC.
18TH STREET NW, UNIT #1
WASHINGTON DC 20009
For the safety of your passport, we do not
recommend sending your passport by regular mail. Please send it
by courier delivery so that if there’s a delay, you would be
able to track or trace it.
● Requirements and fees are subject
to change without prior notice. All fees are non-refundable if your application was denied by the consulate or the
Passport Agency, or if you withdraw your application that has
already been submitted to the consulate or Passport Agency.
● Requirements and fees are for U.S.
Citizens only. Contact Travel the World Visas for information on
Travel the World Visas acts only as an agent, and accepts no
responsibility for the services of any Travel Agent, Consulate,
Passport Agency or Embassy in connection with the granting of
visas, nor for any delays, loss of passports occasioned by such
services or the U.S. Mail. Damage compensation is not
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