Visa Information for Foreign Citizens
Visas and Residence Permits
In cases determined by the Georgian legislation visa/entry permit for 360 days (visa fee 100 GEL) can be issued by the Patrol Police of Georgia (sub-divisional institution of the Ministry of Internal Affairs) at border crossing points situated at the Georgian State Border. In exception, in some cases, visa will be issued for up 90 days.
Persons, who plan to stay on the territory of Georgia for longer period than determined by their ordinary category of visa, must apply to regional services of the Civil Registration Agency (www.cra.gov.ge) of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and receive temporary or permanent residence permit.
Central office - Tsereteli Avenue 67a
Saburtalo District Agency - Budapest St. 2
Vake District Agency - Irakli Abashidze St. 68
List of the countries whose citizens do not need a visa to enter and stay on the territory of Georgia for 360 days:
All countries of the European Union; United States of America; Canada; Japan; Switzerland; Lichtenstein; Norway; Israel ; the Holy See ; Principality of Andorra; San-Marino; Republic of Iceland; Croatia; United Arab Emirates; State of Kuwait; South Korea; State of Qatar; Kingdom of Bahrain; Oman; Brunei; Singapore; Australia; Monaco; New Zealand; The Bahamas; Barbados; Antigua and Barbuda; Trinidad and Tobago; Seychelles; Botswana; Chile; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Argentina; Malaysia; Mexico; Uruguay; Mauritius; Panama; Costa Rica; South Africa; Brazil; Thailand; Belize; Saudi Arabia.
Multiple ordinary visa up to 360 days - 50 US dollars
Multiple ordinary visa up to 5 years - 200 US dollars
Multiple ordinary visa up to 10 years - 400 US dollars
Multiple ordinary visa up to 15 years - 600 US dollars
Single ordinary transit visa - 5 US dollars
Double ordinary transit visa - 10 US dollars
Multiple ordinary transit visa -30 US dollars
For more information visit: www.mfa.gov.ge