Yemen Visa Requirements for U.S. Citizens
A tourist visa and a valid US passport are required to enter Yemen. At this time GenVisa does not provide service for tourist visas to Yemen. Please contact the nearest Embassy or Consulate of Yemen directly.
- Submit your signed passport having two (2) completely blank “visa” page and 6 months validity beyond the travel dates. If you need help securing, renewing or updating your passport, please contact GenVisa at 800-845-8968 for requirements and fees.
- Visa Application Form, fully completed and signed.
- 2 Recent Professional Passport-type photographs.
- Copy of return or onward tickets or travel agency/airline itinerary in each traveler’s name.
- Order Form – Click HERE to download the order form.
- A Letter of Invitation from the host company is required.
- Health Certificate (Medical Record or doctor’s letter confirming the absence of any contagious diseases).
- A business letter of responsibility (sample) from employer in Yemen is required, to be typewritten on your company letterhead and addressed to: Embassy of Yemen, Visa Section, Washington D.C.
The letter must explain all of the following:
- The purpose of travel
- Business reference to be visited in Yemen
- Guarantee financial support for the applicant while in Yemen
- Return transportation to the U.S.A
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Washington, DC 20007
Notes About Our Yemen Visa & Passport Services
Passport must have at least six months remaining validity and contain at least one blank visa page for visa to be issued. GenVisa can assist with obtaining U.S. Passports, whether new issue or renewal.
Special requirements exist for U.S. Official and Diplomatic passport holders.
Send ALL the requirements above (and a check payable to Generations Visa) via traceable form of mail to the Generations Visa office immediately. GenVisa will hand-carry your application to the Embassy if applicable. Please allow at least 21 business days of processing time.
GenVisa acts only as an agent. It is the traveler’s responsibility to fully and accurately complete the application. GenVisa cannot be held responsible for any delays or loss of passports when not in the actual possession of GenVisa.