SPOUSE OR CHILD OF A GHANAIAN NATIONAL (FAMILY) This visa is granted to persons whose parents or spouses are Ghanaian citizens. Receipt of payment of fees Please note that employment is restricted while on a visitor’s permit.
Applicants who transfer their fees through another party are to make sure that the said party, indicates on whose behalf the transfer was made.
Money transferred from another bank other than Danske Bank will attract a transfer charge of 50 DKK.
A letter from sponsors giving details of the activities that they will undertake in Ghana, shall be submitted with a completed press accreditation form for the approval of the Ministry of Information, Ghana, along with their visa applications.
TOURIST Tourist visas are granted to people who intend to travel to Ghana on holiday, for sightseeing, social or recreational purposes, to visit relatives, friends or for other short-term non-work related reasons.
Offenders will have their visas revoked and would face deportation from Ghana or prosecution.6.
Emergency visas may be issued at the port of entry to visitors who arrive from a country where there is no Ghanaian diplomatic or consular representation. A person against whom there is a deportation order in force. A person who has been sentenced in a foreign country for extradition under the Extradition Act 1960.
Applications must be submitted with a letter of recommendation/letter of guarantee from an Employer, Sponsor, or Business Associates in Europe and an Invitation Letter from their host or sponsor in Ghana, in addition to the regular requirements.3.
Media personnel who wish to travel to Ghana for press-related activities must apply for press accreditation.
Applicants are advised to refer to there be the need to extend their stay in Ghana.1. The Government of Ghana will not be financially liable for their repatriation.
Gratis visas are granted to holders of Diplomatic passports and their families as well as Service Passport holders .
Applicants are therefore advised to pay all bank charges to avoid a shortage in the application fees.