How to Get a Diplomatic Visa for Cameroon

Cameroon Diplomatic Visa

Cameroon Diplomatic Visa

The Diplomatic Visa for Cameroon is for diplomats, government officials and members of international organizations bearing Laissez-Passers, diplomatic or official passports.

Below I will tell you all you need to know about how to get a Cameroon Diplomatic Visa. The duration of the visa will depend on the length of your assignment in Cameroon. Here are the steps:

Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Cameroon:  Yes, a valid passport, visa, evidence of yellow-fever vaccination, and current immunization records are required for entry into Cameroon.

Visa required for non-U.S. citizens:  Yes, as stated here, the only people who don’t need visas to Cameroon are as nationals of Mali, Chad, Central African Republic, and Nigeria.

1
Find your closest consulate

If you’re inside the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, or Bahamas:

Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon 3007 Tilden Street NW, Suite 5M, Washington, D.C. 20008

If you’re outside of the U.S.: Click here.

2
Gather documentation and submit
  • If you are applying inside the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, or the Bahamas, you will have to follow the detailed instructions posted at here at the Embassy of Cameroon website in Washington D.C.
  • The Embassy of Cameroon gets to decide how long your visa will be valid for, but, in general, you can either choose to get a Short Stay Visa (< 3 months) or a Long Stay Visa (> 3 months).
  • The Application Submission Sheet and Consular Fees for this visa are all posted here
  • If you are not from the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, or the Bahamas, you will need to get your forms from your consulate’s website. I provided the links above.
  • Don’t get sick on your trip! Check vaccination requirements here.

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