Arjun , published on: March 02, 2020
Nepal Government has decided to stop the visa on arrival for citizens of China, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Iran starting from 7th March 2020 until further notice.
Visas on-arrival has only been halted temporarily for citizens of five countries hit hard by Covid-19, Immigration Department clarifies. Only citizens from China, Japan, South Korea, Italy, and Iran are no longer eligible for a visa-on-arrival and will need to obtain visas at the Nepali embassy or consulate before arriving in Nepal.
The Nepal government has decided to stop issuing visas on-arrival to foreign nationals from five countries that have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, according to the Department of Immigration.
A Cabinet meeting on Sunday decided that visas for citizens of China, Japan, South Korea, Italy, and Iran will not be issued on arrival, effective from March 7, according to an official at the department. If citizens from these countries wish to travel to Nepal, they will need to obtain a visa at the Nepali embassy in their respective countries.
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