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Mia Thiart, an ITC based in East London, came across an unofficial  Oman e-visa  website while applying for a 30-day visa for her client. She initially raised her concerns in a post on Open Jaw by Travelinfo.

The Oman embassy advised eTNW that agents should ensure that they use https://evisa.rop.gov.om/en/home when applying for e-visas.

Speaking to eTNW, Mia said she became concerned that she wasn’t on the Oman Embassy’s official e-visa website when she was asked to make a Paypal payment for assistance with her application.

The website, https://www.ievisa.com, that Mia was referring to, offers e-visa processing for countries including India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Oman, Azerbaijan, Cambodia and Kenya. 

Have you used this website for your clients? Please email Savannahf@nowmedia.co.za.


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