How to Get a Business Visa for Malawi

Malawi Business Visa

Malawi Business Visa

Do you have a business trip planned for Malawi?  If so, depending on where you are from, you might need to get a business visa.  As you will note here at the Malawi Department of Immigration, this type of visa/permit is valid for 30 days and may be extended for a further 60 days upon application and payment of the appropriate fees.

(Go to my Malawi visa page for information on other types of visas for Malawi.)

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Malawi Business Visa.

  • Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Malawi:  Yes 
  • Visa required for non-U.S. citizens before you go to Malawi:
    • Click here to see if you need to get a visa before you go to Malawi.
Find your closest consulate

If you’re inside the U.S.:

Embassy of the Republic of Malawi

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

Gather documentation

The list of required documents might vary depending on where you apply, so be sure to check the website of the Embassy or Consulate that you found in Step 1.  You can use this page at the Malawi Embassy in Washington D.C. as a guide for what is required.

Visa fee
  • Visa fees might vary depending on where you apply, so go to the website of the Embassy or Consulate you found in Step 1.
  • If you are applying in the U.S., the latest visa fees are listed here.
Submit materials
  • Submission instructions will vary from consulate to consulate and embassy to embassy, so you will need to check the submission instructions at the website of the embassy or consulate you found in Step 1.
Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Embassy or Consulate of Malawi will give to you your brand new Malawi visa.

Vaccination information

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