Maldives Visa

Maldives Visa

Maldives Visa

Select Your Maldives Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Maldives Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Maldives Business Visa Requirements
  4. Maldives Resident Visa Requirements
  5. Maldives Work Visa Requirements
  6. Maldives Dependent Visa Requirements
  7. Maldives Student Visa Requirements
  8. Maldives Marriage Visa Requirements
  9. Maldives Widow Visa Requirements

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Maldives Visas

  1. Maldives has one of the easiest visa processes in the world.  If you are just going to the Maldives as a tourist (which is most likely the case if you are reading this), you will not need to get a visa before you arrive.  This rule applies to EVERY nationality.
  2. But here’s the catch: The Maldives visa processes get tricky when you start talking about other types of visas like the Resident Visa, Work Visa, Student Visa and other visa types. However, it is nothing really to get worried about. By following the steps and links I have listed above, you should have little trouble in finding what you need.
  3. You can extend your Maldives Tourist Visa for up to 90 days (after you go to the Maldives and spend time soaking up the rays and that beautiful turquoise water, I can’t see why you wouldn’t want to do this!)

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