04 Jan 2023
Chad citizenship
Useful information
Car traffic
Car traffic Right-hand
Currency Afghani
Language Pashto, Dari
Phone code
Phone code +93
Recognition of dual citizenship
Recognition of dual citizenship no
Covid There are no COVID restrictions
Health malaria vaccination recommended
Insurance policy Insurance policy recommended


Afghanistan is a party to both the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (1951) and the Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees (1967).

To learn more about reestablishing family ties in Afghanistan, you can visit the page of the International Red Crescent Society -

Spouse visa. A spouse visa is granted to the spouse of an Afghan citizen who wishes to visit Afghanistan. Spouse visas are issued for three months with a single entry and a 30-day stay.

Necessary documents:

  • A duly completed and signed visa application form
  • One standard passport-size photograph
  • Valid passport
  • Address Confirmation
  • Photocopy of Afghan partner's passport or Tazkera (official identification document of an Afghan citizen)
  • Marriage certificate or birth certificate of the child with the names of both parents (if available)
  • The applicant's statement describes the purpose of the trip.

Note: The application must also state that the applicant is aware of the risks involved in traveling to Afghanistan.

  • Invitation letter from Afghanistan (if applicable)

A spousal visa is exempt from the fee, provided all documents are submitted. In the absence of documents (no marriage certificate or birth certificate), the applicant can apply for an exit/tourist visa. The validity period of the visa starts from the date of issue.

One-time visa, valid for three months with a 30-day stay. Processing time is five working days.


Chadian Expats in Afghanistan