Evisa Asia has today launched their travel visa app which caters to a variety of visa products and services in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

In essence, they provide visa requirement and visa products and services that cater for citizens of 40 countries worldwide. However, one of their services called ‘Embassy Trip’ which requires pickup of passport, is available to Malaysian citizens only at the moment.

Typically, a Malaysian citizen would require a visa to visit nearly half of the places in the Asian continent. Evisa Asia’s products and services are specifically created to meet visa needs as such.

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Currently, they’re offering 40 products consisting of electronic visa, pre-filled form, visa sticker, invitation letter and approval letter.

The availability of these products depends largely on the visa requirements of a particular country. Hence, this number is not fixed as the product range will adhere to the latest updates implemented by respective governments.

The travel visa app utilises a single universal form which caters to single or multiple applications simultaneously and safely. Evisa Asia also provides passport drive-thru facilities for clients to drop off their passports alongside passport photo conversion via a selfie photo.

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Founders - Chiam Wei Kiat (Left) and Lee Earn Pin (Right)

Founders – Chiam Wei Kiat (Left) and Lee Earn Pin (Right)

Formerly, a China visa is obtained either via a travel agent or by personally going through an application process. This travel visa app allows users an alternative by filling up a form (via app) then wait for their passport to be collected and delivered back safely alongside a visa sticker in the nearest time.

“Even if you are sure about the visa requirement today, it doesn’t mean that you are sure about it tomorrow, because visa rules changes. We want to make travel visa application as easy as booking a flight. The Cambodia electronic visa project inspired us to find a way to solve visa problems for Asia,” said Lee Earn Pin, co-Founder of Evisa Asia, when contacted by e27.

“The design of the new app must allow travellers to find the right information and apply for their visa in no more than three pages,” added Chiam Wei Kiat, co-Founder.

Founded in 2006, Evisa Asia first started with a single country, Cambodia, where they built the government’s first electronic visa system. Their first visa office-cum-Passport DriveThru is currently based in Malaysia.