Common mistakes in Cambodia visa application
What are mistakes that may be made when applying for Visa to Cambodia?
While applying for Visa to Cambodia, people may make mistakes, therefore we give out here several common mistakes or misunderstandings that they often make for you to avoid when applying for your India visa on arrival:
1. Wrong typo or spelling: Put your information wrong in the application form. For example, there might be a wrong name (sometimes not put full name as in passport --> wrong), date of birth, passport number, entry or exit date. In this case, you have to contact the Cambodia visa approval service provider to edit the information, or else you might not be allowed to enter Cambodia.
2. Date of arrival misunderstanding: many applicants think that the visa validity time starts from the date of their actual arrival in Cambodia, but this is wrong because the validity time starts from the arrival date you wrote in your application form beforehand, not your actual arrival date. Thus please be careful when choosing your arrival date for entering Cambodia.
3. Misunderstand of Applying for Visa to Cambodia offline at the arrival airport or checkpoint border: if you think you may apply for Cambodia visa at arrival airport or border, it is wrong, because arrival visa to Cambodia must be applied online beforehand for Visa approval, then upon arrival in Cambodia, you get visa to Cambodia stamped into your passport at the arrival airport or border in Cambodia.
Hopefully the information we list above is useful for you for your application for Visa to Cambodia. If you would like to ask about this, or might wish to add or share something related to this, please kindly email to us at email@example.com. Thank you so much for your contribution!
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