On this page below you will find all the information you need for your visa application

If you do not understand how it works, you can always call us. Tel. 0031 70 215 4995

Jouw keuze: Bestemming: Cameroon > Soort visum: Business visa
Visa costs
VisaVisa costs VAT freeMediation fee excl. VATInvitation costs VAT freeTotal costs excl. VATTotal costs incl. VAT
Business visa, stay up to 30 days€ 90.00€ 39.50€ 0.00€ 129.50€ 137.80
Business visa, stay up to 3 months€ 160.00€ 39.50€ 0.00€ 199.50€ 207.80
Business visa, stay up to 6 months€ 250.00€ 39.50€ 0.00€ 289.50€ 297.80

The processing of the visa at the consulate is 2 working days.

With the business single entry visa, you have a maximum stay of 30 days in Cameroon.
The visa has a validity of 3 months after the date of issue. You must, therefore, have entered Cameroon within 3 months.

If you have a multiple-entry visa, your first entry must also be within 3 months, otherwise, your visa will expire.

Please note that Cameroonian and Dutch national holidays do not count as working days.

The documents that are required for your visa

  • Our order form, click here to open
  • To avoid errors, please complete this form digitally, print and sign
  • Everything you write on this form will appear on the invoice
  • With this form, we also have your contact details if we need to call or email you
  • We will send you the invoice by email.
  • With this form, you authorise us to apply for your visa.
  • Your passport.
  • We need to have the passport physically, so no copy.
  • Your passport must still be valid for at least 6½ months after the validity of the visa (ie one and a half year valid if it is an annual visa).
  • The passport must have at least two blank facing visa pages.
  • One color passport photo.
  • Note that these photos are according to the Dutch standard of ‘passport photo’, that is to say, looking forward, white background, do not laugh and do not show teeth.
  • Wearing glasses in the photo is not permitted
  • Nine times out of ten, the consulate does not accept a photo from your own printer. If you do so, make sure you use gloss paper and there are no stripes visible from the print.
  • Do not staple the photo to the application form, but rather use a Pritt stick. If you do not have a Pritt stick, please include your loose photo and we will attach it to the form for you.
  • Do not stick the photos with adhesive tape

Other conditions that you must pay extra attention to:

  • The photos may not be older than 3 months
  • The photos may not be the same as on the passport unless the passport is not older than 3 months
  • The photos must have a white background.

The invitation letter is prepared by the Cameroonian company. The invitation must state the following points:

  • Be written on company paper.
  • Addressed to the embassy in The Hague;

Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon, Amaliastraat 14, 2514 JC, The Hague, the Netherlands.

  • The full name of the traveller.
  • The traveller’s passport details.
  • A detailed description of the purpose of the trip (only ‘business meetings’ is not sufficient).
  • Dates of the trip/trips.
  • Enter the number of entrances (single-multiple)
  • Indicate the duration of the visa.
  • The letter must bear the company’s stamp and signature.

A letter of guarantee from the Dutch company, click here for an example.

  • Name of the company.
  • Details of the traveling person (name as in passport, passport number, date of birth, position within the company).
  • Guarantee for possible costs.
  • The letter must be signed by a manager or director of the company.
  • The letter must be printed on letterhead from your company or otherwise with a stamp from your company

You must demonstrate that you have sufficient financial resources. This can be done in the following ways;

  • Bank statement with at least € 1000. *

* The bank statement may not be older than 1 month.

  • A salary specification; submit your most recent salary slip.
  • A booking confirmation of your flight (return ticket)
  • The consulate wants to see when you enter the country and go out again
  • It may be a booking for a flight, bus, train, boat
  • Your name must be mentioned on it
  • The consulate must recognize the confirmation as being that it comes from a travel agency or an airline.
  • A confirmation of a flight by a customer of your will not be accepted because the consulate will say that anyone can do this. Think of logos, photos or other features that an official confirmation of an airline by mail in general meets
  • Our advice, make sure you take out cancellation insurance when purchasing your flight. In the event that you do not receive your visa, you will not suffer any financial

To demonstrate where you will be staying during your stay in Cameroon, please provide the following;

  • A hotel reservation for the entire period.


  • A legalized invitation from a private person;

*If you are invited by a Cameroonian you must provide a copy of his / her Cameroon ID card.

**If you are invited by a non-Cameroonian you must provide a copy of his / her residence permit.

For the visa application, you must be vaccinated against yellow fever. You must enclose a copy of the yellow booklet, within the valid stamp that you have been vaccinated against yellow fever.

Our advice: ask the GGD or your doctor whether further vaccinations are needed for this country. But for the visa application is the vaccination against yellow fever sufficient.

If you travel by car:

  • “carnet de passages en customs” ** and international insurance valid in Cameroon.

** Carnet de Passages en Douane (CPD) is a customs document that allows travellers to temporarily import their motor vehicles into a country without having to leave a cash deposit at the border.


If you are Dutch, you do not need additional documents.


For the EU or Schengen country nationalities:

If nationality comes from an EU or Schengen country (not for a Dutch passport), you must show that you are registered in the Netherlands.
You have two options;

  • Option 1: a copy of the front- and backside of your residence permit.
  • Option 2: a copy of the extract from the population register (GBA).


Other nationalities from outside the EU or Schengen countries:

  • You need a copy of your Dutch residence permit’s front- and back-side for all nationalities from outside the EU and Schengen countries.
Please send registered mail to:
Po Box 1267
2280 CG Rijswijk (ZH)
The Netherlands
Or you can also deliver it personally or by courier to our office address:
Anna Paulownastraat 63
(through the grey door to ring the bell)
2518 BC The Hague
The Netherlands

Office address:
Anna Paulownastraat 63
2518 BC The Hague
The Netherlands

Business hours:
Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00

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Contact us:
Tel +31(0)6-393 39 184
Tel +31(0)70 215 49 95
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