Embassy of the Republic of Liberia
Accra, Republic of Ghana
The Consular Section is open Monday – Friday 09:30 AM to 14:00
The Consular Section of the Embassy would like to inform that the cost of visas varies in relation to the reciprocal cost for visa charged Liberian Nationals. In this connection, nationals of the countries of the Americas, Europe, Asia and outside ECOWAS are required to contact the Consular for information regarding the cost of visas in the following categories:
Single Entry (3 months)
Multiple Entry (6 months)
Multiple Entry (12 months)
For information of the cost of a requested visa or any consular service, kindly call the Embassy Consular Section on0302 775 641.
Nationals of ECOWAS member states require no entry visa.
A. Two passport-size photographs
B. Proof of inoculation against yellow fever (yellow book)
C. Completed visa application form
D. Passport; valid for not less than six (6) months
E. A letter stating purpose of trip (e.g. name of employer and task to perform) along with proof of financial status while in Liberia.
The issuance of visas shall be granted or refused after seven (7) working days of the date of the request.
Request for the issuance of visa or the provision of any other service on the same day shall have an added service charge of one-third (1/3) the fee of the requested visa or document.
II. Other Services;
1. Issuance of new Ordinary Passport
2. Issuance of Laissez-Passer
3. Document authentication
4. Issuance of Birth Certification
Requirements for Other Services:
A. Laissez-Passer – two (2) passport size photograph – one (1) completed
B. Authentication – Original and photocopy of document(s).
C. Birth Certification – two (2) passport size photograph; hospital-issued
birth record or/any relevant document.
D. New Passport – three (3) coloured passport-sized photographs, birth
certificate and/or old passport, completed application form.
(See “Liberia ECOWAS Passport” button on Home page)
Note: Receipt of new passport shall require a waiting period of sixty (60) working
days after the transmission documents to Monrovia.