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How to Apply for a Visa to Kazakhstan



Kazakhstan embassy in Israel

Address: 52a Hayarkon Street (Opposite the Opera House), Tel Aviv 63432

Tel: 03-5163437, 03-5163619, 03-5163411, Fax: 03-5163464

Email:  consul@kzisr.com


               
Left: Kazakhstan’s Consul in Israel, Orazov Timur
Right: Kazakhstan’s Ambassador to Israel, Orazbakov Galym Izbasaruly

Opening Times at the Israeli Consulate-Embassy

Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

Hours: 09:00-12:00

On Wednesdays and Fridays, the consulate is closed.

Every Israeli citizen (apart from a Kazakh passport holder) requires a visa to enter the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Payment for an entry visa to Kazakhstan can only be made via bank transfer to: Bank Hapoalim, branch 529, (Ben Yehuda Street, Tel Aviv), account # 195631 or by depositing it into the above account at any branch of Bank Hapoalim.

Payment can only be made in U.S. dollars. (Deposits can be made through the foreign currency department at any branch of Bank Hapoalim.)

Bank services are separate from consular services.

Private individuals should present receipts of payments for each person separately.

Companies are required to present proof of payment for the entire group requiring entry visas.

Once payment has been made and this has been confirmed, one should go to the embassy with the following documents:

A passport that is still valid for at least six months from the date of return to Israel.
A passport photograph.
An application form for the Kazakhstan embassy in Israel 
 

To download the form in English and Russian in PDF format,
click here 

To download the form in Hebrew and Russian in PDF format,
click here 

Once the relevant documents have been presented, the time that it takes to receive a visa from the embassy is as follows:

For each type of visa, one week.

For a business visa – this is dependent upon receiving a permit from the Interior Ministry, including a sponsor number.

The cost of consular services is as follows:

A one-time visa for up to three months: $60

A visa for two trips (only with a letter from the Tourism Ministry): $90

A visa for three trips (only with a letter from the Tourism Ministry): $100

A visa for unlimited trips: $150

A visa for unlimited trips for up to two years: $200-400

A one-time tourist visa for up to 30 days: $20

Transit visa: $10

For further information regarding visas from Israel to Kazakhstan, please contact the Kazakhstan embassy or browse the Internet site:
http://www.kazakhemb.org.il

To contact the Kazakhstan embassy in Washington, go to:
http://kazakhembus.com/ConsularServices.html

For a list of embassies of the Republic of Kazakhstan around the world, go to:
http://kazakhembus.com/VisaRequirements.html

For details of the embassy of Kazakhstan in New York, go to:
http://www.kazconsulny.org/English/index.htm

 

Please note: This information was last updated on 24th Iyar 5768 – 30th May 2008.

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