Bangladesh requires that citizens of most countries obtain a visa to enter. The Bangladeshi Consulate General will determine the duration of stay upon receiving an application.
Business: The Bangladeshi business visa is designed to allow business travelers to come to Bangladesh in order to pursue business activities, such as attending meetings and conferences. However, it excludes holders from seeking employment in Bangladesh.
Tourist: The tourist visa (also known as the ‘visitor visa’ or ‘visit visa’) allows the holder entry to Bangladesh, but strictly forbids travelers from engaging in any work while they are in Bangladesh. Bangladesh tourist visa holders are also not allowed to extend their stay beyond the limits of the visa.
A Visa (Official Visit)
Issued to foreign Heads of State, Government, Ministers, Members of Parliament, Provincial Assembly Members, Mayors, or person with equivalent status and their entourage, accompanying spouse and dependents.
B Visa (Trade and Commerce)
Issued to foreign Businessmen and Business Representatives
C Visa (Professional Duty)
Issued to foreign crew members of means of international transportation, including aircraft, trains and ships.
M Visa (Social Service)
Priest and Missionaries with theological or academic religious education who intend to go to Brazil for religious purposes.
T Visa (Tourism)
Issued to those traveling as a citizen of any country having diplomatic relations with Bangladesh, tourism, visiting relatives, religious purpose, unofficial seminar, workshops, symposiums, and study tours.