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.
Required for all nationalities mentioned in the table above.
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Germany and Austria entry visa: US$ 100 (valid for three months (at the South Sudanese embassy in Berlin). Switzerland entry visa: 100 CHF (single entry); 300 CHF (multiple entries). To the Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan in Berlin or to the representation of South Sudan in Geneva.
(a) Visa application form (downloadable from the website of the relevant diplomatic mission). (b) 2 recent color biometric passport photos (4.5cm x 3.5cm) with a white background. (c) Passport valid for at least 6 months upon entry and containing at least 3 blank pages and a copy. (d) Visa fee by bank transfer after visa is granted. (e) Return or Onward Ticket. (f) Minors: Notarized travel authorization from absent guardian/parent(s) translated into English. (g) If applicable: residence permit for Germany, Austria or Switzerland. (h) Self-addressed return envelope with postage. (i) Sufficient funds for the stay. (j) valid vaccination certificate against yellow fever. (k) Hotel Booking. (l) police clearance certificate. (m) Letter of invitation (tourists: invitation from a South Sudanese tour operator).
At least 5-6 business days.
Documents required upon entry
Proof of yellow fever vaccination for all persons over 9 months.
Entry with children
German: Machine-readable children’s passport (at least 3 free pages) 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. Attention: Minors traveling alone need the certified travel permit of the absent legal guardian/parent(s) translated into English. Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.