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Apply Online for the Nicaragua Immigration Form

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What you need to know

  • The Nicaragua Immigration Form is an arrival authorization that allows foreigners from any nationality to enter Nicaragua.

  • This form does not replace a visa.

  • The Nicaragua Immigration Form lasts 90 days and allows you to stay in the country for that same amount of time.

  • You can use this form to enter by land or by sea to Nicaragua.

  • You can use it to transit through Nicaragua and make stops at the airport.

  • Citizens from any country can apply for this form.

  • Children don’t need to apply for this travel document. You can include them in your adult application form.

  • You can apply 100% online with iVisa.

  • You only need your passport to apply. Make sure is valid for 6 months from the date you enter Nicaragua.

  • Applicants will receive their valid Nicaragua Immigration Form and a receipt by email so make sure you're aware of anything coming from iVisa.

  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

Content updated, April 2024

Please note: We don't offer the Immigration Form anymore but it is still required by the Nicaragua Government.

Everything you need to know about the Nicaragua Immigration Form: Apply with iVisa

Do you have a business to deal with in Nicaragua? Or are you thinking about enjoying a vacation in this beautiful Central American country? Before traveling to Nicaragua you will have to apply for the Immigration Form.

This document doesn’t replace a visa, but it is mandatory to obtain as a tourist, for local authorities' use. The entry requirements are valid for travelers entering the country by land, air, or sea. No worries. It’s quick and easy to fill out the Immigration Form.

Here we will inform you of all the Nicaraguan immigration requirements and steps to apply for the document.

What is the Nicaragua Immigration Form?

The Nicaraguan government developed the Immigration Form to better control the flow of foreign nationals in the country. The Nicaraguan Ministry of Foreign Affairs intended to regulate immigration and keep it agile. This improvement in local laws is also a security measure for Nicaraguans and visitors of other nationalities that prevents the entry of people linked to organized crime and contributes to the fight against illegal drugs.

Nicaragua requires special notification to help local authorities to calculate the necessary personnel for safe migration assistance at border posts.

You must apply for the Immigration Form online at least seven days before the trip. You can use the embassy website but be prepared to spend some time filling out a confusing form. Or you can use iVisa services and submit your application in a few minutes, counting on a straightforward form and an expert team available to help you.

Since it is not a visa, you shouldn’t have any legal impediments to entering the country if you don’t submit the document. However, you may have problems with the local police at the borders, and this is an unnecessary concern for your travel. So, don't forget to fill it out before your trip!

Who Should Get the Immigration Form to enter Nicaragua?

All nationalities must apply for this document to enter Nicaragua. The Nicaraguan government recommends applying at least seven days before the trip, no matter your travel purpose: so if you have a Business Visa, a Tourist Card, or another Nicaragua Visa, you still have to apply for the Immigration Form.

According to the local laws, the Immigration Form is part of the entry and exit requirement for Nicaraguan authorities. Visitors, foreign residents, nationals, or travelers transiting have to present the document. So, you must present it at any border post, entering Nicaragua by all modes of transport (Land, Air, and Sea).

How long is the Immigration Form valid?

It’s a Single-Entry form, valid for 90 days upon arrival. So if you leave and enter Nicaragua again, you must apply for a new Immigration Form.

Required Documents for the Immigration Form

You must apply for the form to enter Nicaragua previously to departure, but the process is quite simple. You need only the following item:

  • Valid identity document or valid passport (six months of validity at least)

Apply now!

Do I need an Immigration Form if I’m transiting through Nicaragua?

Yes, you do. The form is designed for those visiting major urban areas, remote areas, or just transiting in the country.

How do I apply Online for the Immigration Form?

When choosing iVisa services, filling out the application is quick and easy. Follow the steps below:

  • First, you have to complete the form with personal information on the iVisa application page. Select a processing time to obtain your Immigration Form.
  • Second, double-check all the details of your application form are correct to avoid any mistakes. Pay the fee with a debit or credit card.
  • Third, click on the 'submit' button and wait for the form to arrive in your email address. Make sure to have a printed version of your Immigration Form, and keep it on any technological device so you can show it at the airport in Nicaragua.

Processing time and fees for the Immigration Form

You can choose between three different processing times. The price will vary according to how quickly you want to receive the document.

  • Standard Processing Time: This is an affordable option if you have plenty of time before the trip. You will get the Immigration Form in 24 hours for $37.49.
  • Rush Processing Time: This one is a good choice if the departure date is near. You will receive the document in 6 hours, and it costs $65.99.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: If you don’t have much time before travel, this is the best option. You will receive the form in 30 minutes for $105.99.

Apply here!

Traveling with minors

Children don’t need to apply. Parents or legal guardians can include minors in their application for travel.

Nicaragua COVID-19 requirements or restrictions

Nicaraguan authorities have lifted all testing and vaccination requirements at Nicaragua's borders and airports.

Nicaragua travel advice

  • Medical insurance is not mandatory to visit Nicaragua. Although, counting on travel insurance can be useful in case of a medical evacuation or if you need urgent medical care, so you should think about getting it before your trip.

  • Nicaragua has a hurricane season that usually lasts from early June to late November. If you are traveling during a natural disaster, pay attention to local media reports and follow the instructions of a police officer or medical brigade.

  • Travelers from a country with a risk of yellow fever virus transmission and less than one year of age must have a yellow fever vaccination administered. You can check hereto learn more about recommended vaccines.

I still have questions. How can I contact iVisa?

The iVisa support team is available 24/7 to help you with your questions about the Nicaragua Form or any other travel document. You can chat with our [customer service]/contact-us) experts or you can contact us on WhatsApp.


My application couldn’t be completed due to an error. What now?
Please contact our customer service team as soon as possible. They are available 24/7 and will be glad to help you resolve the problem.
My Nicaragua Immigration Form has been canceled. What can I do?

In this case, you are eligible for a full refund of the iVisa processing fee. However, government fees are nonrefundable.

You may consider reapplying for the Nicaragua Immigration Form, depending on the reasons for cancellation.

My credit card is not working on online payment. What else can I do?
You can use only online payment methods to pay for the application fees. There are many credit and debit card options available. If your card is not working, you should contact your card company to find a solution.
I gave incorrect information in one of my answers. How can I fix it?
You can edit the form if it has not already been processed. Please contact our [customer service team] (/contact-us) immediately so that we can help you change the information as soon as possible.
After the application, I did not receive an email confirmation. What now?
Sometimes, there are delays when receiving the confirmation, so you should wait around an hour and check again, and look for it in the spam folder as well. If you still did not receive the email, please contact our customer service team. They are available 24/7 and will help you.
How do processing times work?
At iVisa, we understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to provide you with the fastest service possible. Our processing times are estimated based on the average duration it takes governments to process visa applications. These estimated times begin from the moment we receive all the correct information for your application until you receive your visa. While we work diligently to expedite the process, it’s important to note that we are reliant on the processing times set by the government authorities.
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