The charge for a Visit eVisa in Bahrain is BD 25, which is almost USD 66. The Visit eVisa has a processing charge of BD 4 (about USD 11). The visit visa cost will be repaid if an eVisa application is not granted, however the processing fee will not be refunded.
You can remain in Bahrain for one month with the Visit eVisa. A two-week extension can be acquired by visiting the NPRA in Bahrain. (Some nations are allowed to remain longer.) Multiple entries are possible with the Visit eVisa. From the previous list of 38 nations, eVisa eligibility has now been expanded to 116.
If you do not satisfy the requirements for a Visit eVisa or if you do not have a passport, you may be eligible for a visa on arrival, a sponsored visa, or an eVisa through a Bahraini embassy.
You must satisfy the following conditions in order to apply for a Visa:
1. You're probably not in Bahrain. (Those who are already in the Kingdom are unable to apply for visas.)
2. You must have a passport (not any other sort of travel document) that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of your arrival in Bahrain.
3. To depart Bahrain, you must have a confirmed onward travel ticket.
4. You must be able to support yourself (and any dependents you bring) throughout your visit.
5. Your entry must not jeopardize Bahrain's national security or wellbeing.
6. A Visit eVisa must be used within 30 days after approval. (After this period, your eVisa will expire, and you will need to reapply and pay a new cost.)
7. Before you may apply for another visa, you must have utilized your current one or it must have expired. (For a passport, more than one visa cannot be given at the same time.)
An application's approval does not happen right away. It will take about 3-5 working days to process your application. When a decision has been reached, we will notify you through email.
You can print a copy of the permission to take with you when you travel once your application has been granted, but it is not required. When you arrive in Bahrain, the passport officer who meets you will have access to your electronic visa.
You should not apply for an eVisa if you want to go to Bahrain with dependents who are listed on your passport. If you qualify for an eVisa, you should instead travel to Bahrain and get a visa on arrival. This visa will cover all of your dependents at no additional cost.