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Mongolia – Visas & Vaccinations – TSTC
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Visa & Vaccinations For Mongolia

Please note that the advice on this page is subject to change without notice and you should always check yourself that this advice has not changed before you travel.

Visa Requirements For Mongolia

Mongolian visa

Some nationalities, including UK Citizens from 1st January 2016, require a visa for Mongolia which needs to be issued and in your passport before you arrive in Mongolia. However some nationalities are still visa free including Americans, Canadians, Germans, Malaysians, Singaporeans and Hong Kong citizens. For a full list please click here.

If you do require a visa processing time is between 2 and 5 working days (Monday to Friday). The visa issued will be valid for 30 days on entry and to be used within 3 months of the issue date.

Visa forms must be completed online and you need to send, along with your passport, 1 photo and you passport must have one completely blank page and at least 6 months validity from the date of your exit from Mongolia.

Vaccination Advice For Mongolia

Mongolia does not have any requirement by immigration or customs for proof of vaccinations when entering the country. Your doctor or medical practitioner may advise the following immunisations: Diphtheria, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, TB, Tetanus & Typhoid. Some may also advise to have vaccinations against rabies.

For short stays in Mongolia the risk of any of the above is low. In our experience your doctor will err on the side of caution and you will need to decide if you want to go ahead with these vaccinations or not. Note that there may be aspects of your medical history which also change this advice.

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