- Hourly Consultation (in person, online, phone)
- Per question consultation
- Application review
- Full package: Start to finish representation
- Immigration Plan to become qualified
- Post immigration and settlement
90 days stay with no visa for :
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Slovakia, United Kingdomand United State of America
30 days stay with no visa for :
Iceland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Kuwait and Australia
14 days visa is available for nationality from following countries:
Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Indonesia, Laos, The Principality of Liechtenstein, Maldives, Peru, Philippines, Switzerland, Thailand, and Vietnam
30 Days visa is available only for Iranian Diplomatic and Official Passport.
BRUNEI ENTRY AND VISA REQUIREMENTS
Visas are obtained from Brunei High Commissions and Embassies in other countries before arrival at a Brunei Immigration Checkpoint.
An Entry Pass is issued on entering Brunei; it is stamped into the passport at an Immigration Checkpoint. It defines how long the person can stay in Brunei, and whether the pass is valid for single or multiple entry.
Immigration Checkpoints in Brunei:
- Bandar Seri Begawan Wharf (water taxis to/from Limbang)
- Brunei International Airport, Berakas (commercial & private aircraft)
- Kuala Lurah, Brunei-Muara district (vehicles to/from Limbang)
- Sungai Tujuh, Kuala Belait district (vehicles to/from Miri & Kuching)
- Puni, Temburong district (vehicles to/from Limbang)
- Labu, Temburong district (vehicles to/from Lawas & Kota Kinabalu)
- Muara Port (commercial shipping & cruise ships)
- Anduki Airport, Seria (private aircraft – Brunei Shell helicopter base)
- Serasa Ferry Terminal – Muara (ferries to Labuan & Lawas, and private yachts)
- Customs Wharf, Kuala Belait (ships, ferries & private yachts)
A valid passport or /travel document
The passport must have a validity of at least 6 months when entering Brunei
Note: A multiple-entry visit pass will be suitable if you want to travel to Brunei many times.
Transit visa can be obtained at any immigration entry point by any nationality on arrival if arriving from one country/port/town and traveling on to a different country/port/town and visa duration are only available for up to 72 hour period. Furthermore, It is possible to apply for a Visit Pass or Transit Pass extension at the Immigration Office once admitted to Brunei.
Nationals from Israel are not normally granted a Visa for Brunei.
How to apply for a pre-arranged Visitor Visa?
- 1. Submit your application to the Brunei Embassy with return tickets and hotel reservation.
Remember every year these Regulations are subject to change. If in doubt, check with your nearest Brunei consular office. (all care but no responsibility)