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VISA SERVICES

When you apply for a Visa through our Visa service – We work closely with all embassies in Washington DC to process your visa application in the timeliest manner. Our visa services include securing and expediting travel visas, tourist visas and business visas for individuals in the United States traveling to foreign countries.

VISA REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER Zambia:

TOURIST VISA REQUIRMENTS

1PASSPORT

Valid and signed U.S. Passport.  For single entry, passport must have a minimum of 6 months validity from expiration date.  
A copy of the Green Card is required for the Non-Us citizens residing in the US.

2VISA APPLICATION

Two (2) visa application forms, electronically typed, completed 
and signed.

3PHOTOS

Two (2) passport quality photos. Must be 2" x 2" and in color.

Clear white background, no glasses nor a hat.

4AIRLINE TICKET

Copy of your airline ticket, travel agent itinerary or e-ticket confirmation.

5PROOF OF ACCOMMODATION

A letter of invitation from their hosts in Zambia, stating the following information:

  • Host's name and address
  • Applicant's name
  • Length of stay in Zambia
  • Purpose of visit

6ABC REQUEST FORM

One (1) ABC VISA REQUEST FORM with every service request.

 

BUSINESS VISA REQUIRMENTS

In addition of all the requirements listed above: (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

7BUSINESS LETTER

For business, church business, Government travel, seminar, volunteer, or study-related visa applicants, , a business letter on your organization's letterhead, signed by an officer of your organization, or a copy of work permit from their authorizing sponsor or prospective employers, stating the following information:

  • Name of traveler
  • Exact dates of travel
  • Contact name, address and phone number of the inviting individual/organization in Zambia
  • Detail the purpose and nature of business visit to Zambia
  • Financial guarantee of traveler's expenses to and from Zambia

 

For business visa applications, church business, Government travel, seminar, volunteer, or study-related visa applicants,

a letter of invitation from their hosts in Zambia, stating the following information:

  • Host's name and address
  • Applicant's name
  • Length of stay in Zambia
  • Purpose of visit

8CONSULAR FEES

TYPE CONSULAR FEES DESCRIPTION
Tourist

$85.00
$115.00
$120.00 
$140.00
$150.00
$170.00
$180.00

single entry / 5 days processing
double entry / 5 days processing
multi entry / 5 days processing
single entry / 2 days processing
single entry / same day processing
double entry / 2 days processing
double entry / same day processing

Business

$85.00
$115.00
$120.00 
$140.00
$150.00
$170.00
$180.00

single entry / 5 days processing
double entry / 5 days processing
multi entry / 5 days processing
single entry / 2 days processing
single entry / same day processing
double entry / 2 days processing
double entry / same day processing

For ABC Service fees and expedited processing, please contact us for further details.

Please Note:

  • Visa Section is open for submission from Monday to Wednesday, No submissions on Thursday, and only pick-ups on Friday.
  • Multiple Entry Visas for Zambia will take three (3) weeks to process.
  • U.S. Passport holders, Visa valid for 3 years. With a max stay of 30 days in a period of 12 months.
  • Non-U.S. passport holders, Visa valid for 3 months. With a max stay of 30 days.

Please forward all documents to our office:

MAILING ADDRESS: ABC Visa and Passport Services
2144 California Street, N.W
Washington D.C 20008
EMAIL: support@abc1visa.com
TOLL FREE TEL: 877-729-4715
FAX: 202-299-9244

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

ABC Visa   Passport SVCS acts as an agent and accepts no responsibility for any delays, damages, actions, inaction or loss of documents/passports by the U.S. Department of State, embassy, or any courier, delivery and postal services. Issuance of a visa or passport is a decision of the country which application is made or the U.S. Department of State. ABC Visa   Passport SVCS assumes no liability for a country's decision or the U.S. Department of State's decision or for delays encountered in processing an application.