Passport and visa regulations
|Passport required||visa required||Return ticket required|
|Other EU countries||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Generally required, must still be valid for at least 6 months upon entry. Warning: In Mongolia, it is advisable to carry your passport with the relevant residence stamps (visa, registration with the police, etc.) with you at all times, since unforeseen checks by the police can occur and the absence of the relevant papers can lead to temporary arrest.
Note on the passport
Entry and exit for foreigners is only possible via Ulan Bator International Airport (Chinggis Khaan), by train from Russia in Sukhbaatar and from China in Zamyn Uud, by car: Mongolian-Russian border: Altanbulag/Khiagt (Selenge Aimag), open daily from 8am to 7pm; Tsgaan-Nuur/Tashanta (Bayan Ulgii Aimag), open daily 9am-6pm; Mongolian-Chinese border: Zamynd-Uud/Ereen (Dornod Aimag), open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. When entering the country by car, a deposit is usually required, the amount of which depends on the value of the vehicle. The car will be entered in the traveller’s passport. If it is to remain in the country, it is advisable to pre-register the import at the Mongolian main customs office in Ulan Bator, if possible via a local travel agent. Importation can also be applied for directly to the Mongolian Customs, Inspection and Control Department (Tel/Fax: (+976) 11 35 00 48) in English. Personal details, nationality, passport number, information about the vehicle (make, engine number, chassis number) as well as the date and border crossing of the planned entry and exit are necessary. With such an advance notification from Germany, the deposit can be omitted. Information about the vehicle (make, engine number, chassis number) as well as date and border crossing of the planned entry and exit. With such an advance notification from Germany, the deposit can be omitted.
Generally required. Excluded are the following nationals listed in the table above for visits and business trips of up to 30 days: (a) Germany. (b) Turkey.
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in Germany, Austria for all nationalities Tourist and business visa: 60 € (single entry; stay longer than 30 days); €100 (multiple entries; stay up to 90 days). Transit visa: €55 (single transit); €60 (double transit); €65 (Austria: €70) (several transit). Express issuance (1-3 days): Germany: Surcharge of €40 per visa. Austria: double the visa fee. in Switzerland €80 (single entry; stay longer than 30 days); €160 (multiple entries; stay up to 90 days). Transit visa: €70 (single transit).
Visa types and costs
Visitor, tourist, business and transit visa.
Normally, the entry visa is valid for 90 days from the date of issue and entitles you to a stay of 1 month.
There is no transit room available at Ulaanbaatar Airport. Travelers who require a visa therefore need a transit visa even if they are staying for a short time between two flights. In person or by post at the consulate or the consular department of the embassy (see contact addresses).
For German nationals: (a) Application form (can be downloaded from the website of the relevant diplomatic mission). (b) Passport (must be valid for at least 6 months when entering Mongolia). (c) Official invitation from Mongolia (must be approved by Mongolian Immigration Service). (d) Passport photo (image format of 35×45 mm, without border) (e) Handling fees (transfer receipt). (f) Self-addressed envelope if returning by post (addressed and stamped) (g) Tourists and business travelers required a confirmed hotel reservation either from their travel company or from the hotel. (h) Tourists and business travelers need proof of the booked travel ticket (flight/train). For all other nationals: (a) Application form (complete in full, sign personally) (b) Passport (must be valid for at least 6 months from the planned date of arrival in Mongolia) (c) Confirmation from the relevant Resident Registration Office (registration) (i.e ) Passport photograph (image size of 35×45 mm, without border) (e) Handling fees (f) Envelope if returned by post (addressed and stamped) (g) Official invitation from the Mongolian Immigration Service. (h) Proof of the booked travel ticket. (i) Proof of Accommodation. A stamped, registered return envelope and proof of payment of the visa fee should be enclosed with the postal application.
Inquiries to the embassy (see contact addresses).
In Berlin: 5 days. In Bellevue: 3-5 working days. Express issue: 24 hours, max. 3 days after receipt of the documents.
Legally Required Registration
For a stay of more than 30 days, visitors must register with the immigration authorities in Ulaanbaatar within the first 7 days and deregister before leaving the country and obtain an exit visa.
Entry with children
German: Machine-readable children’s passport or your own passport. Austrians: Own passport. Swiss: Own passport. Turks: Own passport. Note: The same visa requirements apply to children as to their parents. If a minor under the age of 18 travels alone or is accompanied by a person who does not have custody, a notarial power of attorney from the parents or the person having custody is required. A notarized power of attorney from the other parent is also required if a minor is traveling with only one parent. A birth certificate is also required. Since the 27th Since June 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (including within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.
For a stay of more than 30 days, visitors must register with the Ministry of Justice and Interior, Aliens Office Ulan Bator, for the first 7 days and deregister before leaving the country and obtain an exit visa.