Somali immigration restricts unnecessary foreign entry

By IAfrica
In Somali
Aug 19th, 2014

Somali immigration authorities have restricted unnecessary foreigners entering the country without genuine documents.

According to a source within Somali immigration department more than eight foreigners have been denied access at Aden Abdulle international airport in the capital Mogadishu last week.

The visitors are said to be lacking clear entry visa or other documents that show invitation or person of contact to their destination.

The immigration department has called upon airlines that operate in Somali airspace to avoid foreign nationals that do not have proper entry documents into the country.

The Somali visa is received upon the entry at main international airports at the costs $ US 50.



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