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Cameron to start online visa application from April 30th



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The Foreign Minister of Cameroon, Lejeune Mbella, on Friday, April 7th, disclosed that the country was going to begin doing online visa entry applications from April 30th.

He added that the procedure will be done within 72 hours from the date of pre-enrollment, or 24 hours in the case of express visa applications.

Mbella noted that applications would be carried out “exclusively” online via, adding that online visa authorisation will be issued to respective applicants.

He said that applicants would then go to either a diplomatic mission or a border post to actually obtain their visas.

“For applicants in areas far-flung from a diplomatic mission or those not covered by a mission, “an online visa authorisation, together with a QR code, shall round off the phase.”

“Cameroon’s e-visa system is part of an effort to turn Cameroon into a more attractive destination, while at the same time addressing some of the concerns of Cameroon’s diaspora and aligning our consular system with the highest international standard.”

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