- Passports must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into the Sudan
- Passports should not have Israeli visas or immigration stamps affixed to them.
- One filled out application form.
- Two passport sized recent photographs.
- Visa application forms must be signed by the applicant
- Fees RM 340.00
- Valid residency
- Visa is required for non-Malaysians.
- Applicants from Australia and Singapore should apply via Sudan Embassy in Jakarta- Indonesia.
Address and contact information of Sudan Embassy in Jakarta:
Embassy of the Republic of Sudan
Jl. Prof. DR. Satrio Block C-4, Kav. No. 22
Kuningan Timur, Jakarta Selatan 12950
Phone : +62 21 5200716
Fax : +62 21 5258019
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- Malaysian citizens can get their entry visa from this Embassy or in Khartoum Air Port upon their arrival. This feature applies only to Malaysian citizens wherever they are. Some airlines give "different" information in this regard and this embassy can not change this. To be at the safe side and avoid any inconvenience with such airlines, Please get your visa from this embassy if you are intending to travel to Sudan from a country other than Malaysia.
- For business: A Letter from the sponsoring company, stating the purpose of the trip, duration of stay, financial responsibility and references in Sudan.
- Diplomatic notes are required in case of Diplomatic and Official passports.
- No fees are required for Diplomatic and Official passports.
Note: Validity of visa is one month.
- Period of stay is one month. Extensions of periods of stay in the Sudan can be done through the Passport, Immigration and Nationality Office in Khartoum.
- The visa issuance takes (3) working days for the Malaysian citizens and (2) weeks for Non-Malaysian citizens.
- A letter of invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Khartoum is needed to process the request for an application regarding an official visit.
- The issuance of a student visa requires the prior approval of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- The student must provide a medical examination certificate that confirms the absence of AIDS and hepatitis C virus.
- The student must provide his certificates authenticated from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan or Malaysia.
- Any Consular procedure pertaining to Families requires proof of the Family Relationship (Birth and/or Marriage Certificates).
- Citizens of the European Union are required to provide their fingerprints as part of the procedure.