Visa policy of Mongolia
Visitors from any country planning to stay in Mongolia for more than 30 days must register with the Mongolia Immigration Agency in Ulaanbaatar within the first seven days of arrival. Visitors who fail to register and who stay longer than 30 days, even for reasons beyond their control, will be stopped at departure, temporarily denied exit, and fined. Until 1997, individual tourists wishing to visit Mongolia needed a letter of invitation from either a Mongolian citizen or a foreign resident before being granted a visa. Since then the visa regime has been greatly liberalised with a resultant increase in tourism.
Visa policy map
Citizens of following countries do not require a visa to visit Mongolia for 90 days.
Citizens of following countries do not require a visa to visit Mongolia for 30 days.
Citizens of following countries do not require a visa to visit Mongolia for 21 days.
Citizens of following countries do not require a visa to visit Mongolia for 14days.
Countries with which Mongolia has a bilateral visa-waiver agreement are marked with † sign.
Holders of a confirmation of a pre-arranged visa can obtain a single entry visa on arrival, at Ulaanbaatar airport, provided passport is valid for at least one year on arrival, arriving from a country without diplomatic representation of Mongolia and that sponsor in Mongolia submits request to the Mongolian Immigration Authority.
- Visa requirements for Mongolian citizens
- Visa Requirements
- Mongolia Visa Information
- Registration advice from FCO
- Visa application instructions
- "Visa Information". Timatic. IATA. Retrieved 17 December 2013.
- US State Department
- Eagles, Paul F. J., Margaret E. Bowman Guidelines for tourism in parks and protected areas of East Asia p 23 2005, ISBN 978-2-8317-0579-8
- Mongolian Visas