Sri Lanka grants digital nomad visas for up to 270 days, and a $500 fine if exceeded

Sri Lanka grants digital nomad visas for up to 270 days, and a $500 fine if exceeded

The Department of Immigration and Immigration said Sri Lanka will extend tourist visas to 270 days by charging a fee of between $60 and $200, but will impose a $500 fine on long-stayed tourists.

The 30-day visa costs $35 for most countries, $20 for the Sark and is available online.

Tourists can apply for a visa from 30 to 90 days and also extend for up to 180 days and 270 days.

For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Greece, Sweden, Hungary, UK, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Estonia, Mauritius, Iceland, Cuba $100 for 90 days.

It will also be available online, saving the cost of travel to Colombo.

The extension is free for the United States, Maldives, Singapore, Seychelles, and the Czech Republic.

Visa fees may be subject to reciprocal fees.

For any other country it would be $60.

Download the payment list here

Another extension from 90 to 180 days will be available free of charge to US citizens, $150 to others, and a 180 to 270 day visa will be granted for $200. (Colombo / August 27/2021)

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