Chad  - Expedited Visa Services

Visa to Chad
Expedited Visa Services

Our team can help you obtain your Chad Visa:


The article below provides important information about travel to Chad. For comprehensive Visa Application instructions, please see the specific Visa Requirements page for your Visa Type (business, tourist, etc). Our step-by-step instructions guide you through the process. We guarantee the accuracy of your application and expedite it with the appropriate Consulate. Our team is here to help with online chat, phone & email support.

06/27/2008 - Chad Travel Alert


This Travel Warning provides an update on the security situation in Chad.  The Department of State continues to advise American citizens to defer travel to Chad, and American citizens residing in Chad should exercise extreme caution.  This supersedes the Travel Warning for Chad dated June 16, 2008.

 

American citizens should defer all travel to Chad due to the unstable security situation throughout the country.  Armed rebel groups resumed activity in eastern Chad in mid-June and present real dangers.  The Chadian government is unable to guarantee the safety of visitors in most parts of the country.  During the period June 16-18, the Embassy relocated some Embassy staff and family members to Cameroon as a precaution.  Family members of Embassy personnel under the age of 21 are not authorized to reside in Chad.  Commercial flights continue to operate from N'Djamena International Airport, but flights are subject to change when rebel activity intensifies.  The security situation in general remains fluid and potentially dangerous.

 

Limited American citizen services are available at the Embassy, but visa services remain suspended until further notice - see contact information below.

 

U.S. citizens in Chad, particularly those outside N'Djamena, should be aware that the U.S. Embassy cannot guarantee that the same options and level of evacuation assistance that existed in February 2008 will be available should the situation again deteriorate.  The Embassy strongly recommends that U.S. citizens be prepared to implement their personal evacuation or safe haven plans on short notice should the situation warrant, and exercise extreme caution.

 

The State Department advises American citizens not affiliated with humanitarian relief efforts to avoid travel to eastern Chad and the Chad/Central African Republic border area due to insecurity caused by banditry and clashes between Government and rebel forces.  The U.S. Embassy is not able to support evacuation from eastern Chad.  All Americans affiliated with humanitarian relief efforts in eastern Chad must have an evacuation plan developed with the UN which has aircraft and other logistical support.  Americans in Chad should closely monitor news media and the U.S. Embassy's website at http://ndjamena.usembassy.gov.

 

U.S. citizens affiliated with humanitarian relief efforts in eastern Chad are strongly urged to coordinate travel plans with UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) security officers in Abeche and N'Djamena, and to follow UNHCR guidance regarding safety and security.  The government of Chad requires all individuals traveling to or residing in refugee-affected areas in eastern Chad to obtain permits issued by the Ministry of Territorial Administration in N'Djamena, and to register in Abeche upon arrival in eastern Chad.

 

American citizens who intend to enter Sudan from Chad despite the Department's Travel Warnings for both countries must obtain the appropriate visas and permits in advance of entry into Sudan.  Further information is available in the Department's Travel Warning for Sudan at http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/tw/tw_934.html.

 

American citizens traveling to or resident in Chad should register with the U.S. Embassy by completing a registration form online at https://travelregistration.state.gov and provide contact information and specific travel data if traveling outside the capital.  Registration enables the Embassy to contact American citizens in case of emergency and provide updates on the security situation.  The U.S. Embassy is located in N'Djamena on Avenue Felix Ebou; mailing address B.P. 413, telephone (including after hours): (235) 251-70-09; alternate numbers 251-62-11, 251-90-52, 251-92-33, 251-77-59, 251-92-18; fax (235) 251-56-54; website: http://ndjamena.usembassy.gov.

 

For additional information, consult the Department of State's latest Country Specific Information for Chad at http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1086.html and the Worldwide Caution at http://travel.state.gov, or call 1-888-407-4747 toll free in the United States and Canada, or 1-202-501-4444 from overseas.

06/02/2008 - Chad Travel Alert


This Travel Warning updates U.S. citizens about serious safety and security concerns in Chad.  On February 2, 2008, the Department of State ordered the departure of all family members of American employees and non-emergency American employees at the U.S. Embassy in N'Djamena.  The U.S. Embassy in N'Djamena has transferred operations from a temporary site back to the Chancery as of February 13, 2008.  Visa services are suspended until further notice, but American citizen services are available.  Embassy personnel can be reached at (235) 251-70-09.  This supersedes the Travel Warning for Chad of February 3, 2008. 
 

American citizens should defer all travel to Chad due to the unstable security situation throughout the country.  On February 14, 2008, citing a need for heightened control over the country, Chadian President Idriss Deby declared a state of emergency in a speech broadcast on national radio and television.  Deby stated that he signed a decree increasing governmental powers for 15 days as provided for in the Chadian constitution.  The decree enables the government to control the movement of people and vehicles, ban meetings, and put restrictions on the press.  The state of emergency also sets a curfew from 0000 to 0600 local time.  Americans are advised to avoid all travel during those hours and exercise caution at all other times, bearing in mind the political situation remains fluid and potentially dangerous.  After the first 15 days, the national assembly will decide whether to extend the state of emergency.  Americans in Chad should closely monitor news media and the U.S. Embassy's website at http://ndjamena.usembassy.gov
 

Air France has resumed limited commercial operations, and flights are operating between N'Djamena and Paris.  American citizens should contact Air France to confirm flight schedules and availability. 
 

U.S. citizens affiliated with humanitarian relief efforts in eastern Chad are strongly urged to coordinate travel plans with UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) security officers in Abeche and N'Djamena, and to follow UNHCR guidance regarding safety and security.  The government of Chad requires all individuals traveling to or residing in refugee-affected areas in eastern Chad to obtain permits issued by the Ministry of Territorial Administration in N'Djamena, and to register in Abeche upon arrival in eastern Chad. 
 

American citizens who intend to enter Sudan from Chad despite the Department's Travel Warnings for both countries must obtain the appropriate visas and permits in advance of entry into Sudan.  Further information is available in the Department's Travel Warning for Sudan.
 

American citizens traveling to or resident in Chad should register with the U.S. Embassy by completing a registration form online at https://travelregistration.state.gov and provide contact information and specific travel data if traveling outside the capital.  Registration enables the Embassy to contact American citizens in case of emergency and provide updates on the security situation as necessary.  The U.S. Embassy is located in N'Djamena on Avenue Felix Ebou; mailing address B.P. 413, telephone (including after hours): (235) 251-70-09; alternate numbers 251-62-11, 251-90-52, 251-92-33, 251-77-59, 251-92-18; fax (235) 251-56-54; website: http://ndjamena.usembassy.gov.
 

For additional information, consult the Department of State's latest Country Specific Information for Chad http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1086.html and the Worldwide Caution at http://travel.state.gov, or call 1-888-407-4747 toll free in the United States and Canada, or 1-202-501-4444 from overseas.

 


Here's How to Apply:

Select the Visa Type you need to find out more information about how to apply:


Do you need help?

If you need assistance applying for a passport, renewing your current passport or adding passport pages to your passport Passport Visas Express.com can help.

Select Passport


Email me this Page
Need more time to review the requirements? Save your place

Get Started...It's Easy

1

order online

2

send us your documents

3

receive your passport or visa

Featured by:
Privacy Seals Secured by Rapid SSL

© 2019 PassportVisasExpress.com All rights reserved. | Privacy Policy