Tanzania’s High Commission represents Tanzania’s interests abroad and is committed to promoting cooperation between countries. In addition, the High Commission provides consular services for Tanzanians abroad and for visitors from other countries. As the High Commission no longer issues paper visas, visa applications have to be submitted online through the official website of the Tanzania immigration service.
Tanzania High Commission in the UK and Ireland
In the UK and Ireland, Tanzania is represented by the High Commission in London. Tanzania does not have a separate embassy in Ireland. The services of the High Commission are available to people from both countries. Thus, people living in Ireland can also visit the High Commission in London. Moreover, Tanzania does not have a consulate in the UK or Ireland. Consular services are performed by the High Commission.
Functions and purposes of the High Commission
The High Commission has several functions with the purpose of maintaining Tanzania’s international relations with other countries, promoting the country internationally and providing essential consular services. The main tasks can be divided into four functional areas:
|Political cooperation||Maintaining bilateral relations, conducting political and economic negotiations and representing Tanzania’s interests abroad.|
|Commercial activities||Promoting economic cooperation and investments in Tanzania. This includes promoting tourism to Tanzania.|
|Consular services||This includes providing passports and other documents for Tanzanians abroad and supporting Tanzanians in emergency situations.|
|Other duties||This includes promoting cooperation with NGOs, representation in international organisations, as well as cultural exchange and scientific cooperation.|
Cooperation with NGOs is particularly important for Tanzania to enable various social projects and development assistance. Thanks to this cooperation, numerous projects have already been developed around issues such as poverty alleviation, combating HIV/AIDS, sustainability, agricultural development and improving public policies.
Apply for a Tanzania visa online
If you want to travel to Tanzania, you will need a visa. Tanzania issues the following visa types:
- single-entry visa (for tourism or business travel)
- multiple-entry visa (for business trips)
- transit visa
- free visa (for diplomats only)
- student visa
The most commonly used visa is the single-entry visa for tourist travel. This visa can be easily applied for online and allows a 90-day stay in Tanzania. Those travelling to Tanzania to do voluntary work will need a work permit in addition to the visa. This can be obtained after arrival at the airport or at an immigration office.
Apply now for the Tanzania visa online
Questions about the working areas of the High Commission or visa applications?
For questions about the Tanzania visa you can first read the frequently asked questions and their answers. If you cannot find the answer to your visa-related questions here, you can contact e-Visa.co.uk through this page. This is the fastest way to get an answer to your question about the Tanzania visa.
Do you have a question that is not related to the Tanzania visa? In that case, you can contact Tanzania’s High Commission in London. They can be reached via the contact information below:
Contact information Tanzania High Commission in the United Kingdom
|Tanzania High Commission in London|
|Address||3 Stratford Pl, London W1C 1AS, UK|
|Telephone||+44(0)207 569 1470|
Tanzania High Commission in London
e-Visa.co.uk is a commercial and professional visa agency, and supports travellers in obtaining, among others, the Tanzania visa. e-Visa.co.uk acts as an intermediary and is in no way part of any government. You can also apply for a visa directly with the immigration service (50 USD per visa, via eservices.immigration.go.tz). However, not with our level of support. If you submit your application via e-Visa.co.uk, our support centre is available to you 24/7. In addition, we manually check your application and all the documents you provide before submitting it to the immigration authorities on your behalf. If we suspect any errors or omissions while doing so, we will personally contact you to ensure that your application can still be processed quickly and correctly. To use our services, you pay us 50 USD in consular fees, which we pay to the immigration service on your behalf, as well as £45.43 in service fees as compensation for our services, including VAT. Our services have saved many travellers from major problems during their trip. Should an application be rejected despite our support and verification, we will refund the full purchase price (unless an application for a previous Tanzania visa was rejected for the same traveller). Read more about our services here.