ITDA, International travel doc agency, is an agency specialized in helping travelers obtain their eVisa and Passenger locator online. Our experience has enabled us to be amongst the leaders in the travel market, where more than 500,000 customers have trusted us since 2010. Do like them, trust us and travel without any stress!
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The advantages you get when you use our services:

  • Support by phone and email 24-7
  • 24-7 processing in less than an hour
  • If you do a mistake, you may contact us to correct your application
  • A Duplicate is sent by email and/or sms if you have lost your e.visa during its entire validity period
  • An Invoice to international accounting standards (US, UK and EEU) to request reimbursement from your employer in the event of a business trip.
  • If ever you do not obtain a favorable reply on time, we may refund you.
  • SMS and email alert indicating the end of validity of your e.visa(s)
  • SMS and email alerts also for indicating the end of validity of your passport 1 month before in order to give you time to carry out the procedures.

 

Travel stress free and go to the airport without having to worry about not having the right travel document and/or having completed it incorrectly or that it is no longer valid and in some cases being denied boarding resulting in cancellation your holidays or huge additional costs (new plane ticket, etc.). Trust us and let our team manage all your travel documents. requests.

 

Our services :

With the expertise and help of our immigration advisers, get your travel documents: evisa, electronic visa, e visa, esta, eta, ave and plf in less than 24 hours. Since 2010, our agency, specialized in immigration and tourism, has enabled more than 500,000 customers to travel with a complete peace of mind. We thank our clients for their trust and loyalty.

The processing fees are usually of 19 euros for a PLF and 25 euros for an e-visa, charged in addition to the immigration fees, to ensure that you obtain a positive reply in less than 24 hours, and more generally within 1 to 3 hours maximum without any stress. In most cases (99.9%), our clients receive positive feedback.

If you do not need our assistance and expertise, you may also go to the official website of each country by clicking here.

Please note that the processing fees will be fully refunded to you if you do not get a positive reply for your evisa within 24 hours.

 

Travel Formalities – Covid Restrictions by Destination

 

United States / USA –

  • Each traveler above 18 must be fully vaccinated
  • All travelers must present a PCR test of less than 24 hours regardless of age
  • Be Asymptomatic
  • Be in possession of an E-s-t-a regardless of age

 

Before taking your plane ticket, you must be in possession of an Electronic System travel Authorization issued by Cbp Dhs Gov, called E-S-T-A with an immigration fee of 21 USD (about 19.5 euro) under the exemption program of Visa: Visa Waiver Program (VWP)

No P-L-F type document is required for the US.

To receive these documents in less than 4 hours, you must pay a processing and assistance fee of 43 Euro for the E-S-T-A.

More Information Apply for your E-S-T-A

 

Canada / Quebec / Montreal -

  • Each traveler must be fully vaccinated
  • Present a PCR test less than 72 hours old
  • Be Asymptomatic
  • Be in possession of an E-T-A and a P-L-F

Before taking your plane ticket, you must be in possession of a Canada, A-V-E or E-T-A electronic travel authorization with immigration fees of 7 CAD (about 5 euro) and a P-L-F called ArriveCan (free).

In order to receive these documents in less than 4 hours, you must pay a processing and assistance fee of 29 euro for the A-V-E and 19 euro for the P-L-F.

More Information Apply now for an ETA APPLY for the Arrive-Can PLF

 

New Zealand / Nouvelle-ZĂ©lande -

From May 2, borders will reopen to all tourists from countries exempt from visitor visas (including France, Belgium, Switzerland and Canada). The French will again be able to visit New Zealand for a period of less than 90 days by respecting the conditions below.

Every traveler must be fully vaccinated

Being Asymptomatic

Be in possession of an e-TA and a P.L.F

Upon arrival in New Zealand, travelers are given three self-tests that they must complete on the first and fifth day of their stay. In the event of a positive result, they must self-isolate for 7 days.

Before taking your plane ticket, you must be in possession of a New Zealand electronic travel authorization, e-TA with immigration fees of 32 USD (about 30 euro) and a P.L.F called traveler declaration New Zealand (free).

In order to receive these documents in less than 4 hours, you must pay a processing and assistance fee of 53 euro or 31.5 euro for the e-TA and 19 euro for the P.L.F.

 

More Information Apply for an eTa New Zealand

 

Japan / Japon -

  • Every travelers are required to submit their negative test result of pre-entry COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours prior to departing from their country/region of origin
  • Each traveller who are above 18 must be fully vaccinated
  • Be in possession of their generated QR Code after applying for their Health Questionnaire regardless of age
  • Be Asymptomatic

Before taking your plane ticket, you must have applied for your Online Health Questionnaire for Japan (PLF) and be in possession of your QR Code which you will receive after submitting your questionnaire.
In order to receive your document with your generated QR Code in less than 4 hours, you must pay a processing and assistance fee 19 euro for the P-L-F.

 

More Information Apply for your PLF Japan

 

The 60 most visited countries by French-speaking tourists



1

Italy

21

United Arab Emirates

41

Egypt

2

Spain

22

Hungary

42

Malta

3

United Kingdom UK

23

Austria

43

Singapore

4

Thailand

24

Peru

44

Hong Kong

5

Portugal

25

Denmark

45

South Africa

6

Morocco

26

Israel

46

Cuba

7

United States USA

27

Iceland

47

Cambodia

8

Germany

28

Japan

48

Slovenia

9

Greece

29

Indonesia

49

Australia

10

Belgium

30

Mexico

50

Argentina

11

Netherlands Holland

31

Czech Republic

51

Malaysia

12

Switzerland

32

Mauritius Mauritius

52

Sri Lanka

13

Tunisia

33

Vietnam

53

Sweden

14

Turkey

34

India India

54

Peru

15

Poland

35

Bulgaria

55

Togo

16

Canada

36

Brazil

56

Chile

17

Croatia

37

Norway

57

Oman

18

Ireland

38

Romania

58

Saudi Arabia

19

China

39

Algeria

59

Colombia

20

Andorra

40

Dominican Republic

60

Cape Verde



E-Visas:

The first e.visa, which is the e.s.t.a was created by the United States in 2009 and is still in force today. The most known visas, are the e.visas for Canada, Turkey, India, Thailand, Oman, Egypt, Vietnam, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Australia, New Zealand. An e.visa is an electronic visa that you can obtain exclusively online in a few minutes and which exempts you from going to an embassy to apply for a traditional paper visa.Depending on the country, the e.visa will differ depending on the reason for the trip: Tourism, Business, Family, Study, etc. An e-visa cannot replace a specific visa or a work permit. The validity period of e.visas will vary according to the country ranging from 30 days to 4 years for Canada. Kindly note,the e.visa is linked to the passport with which you made the request, so if the passport expires, your e.visa will be automatically canceled before the end of the period. Some e.visas are single-entry, others multiple-entry (more expensive). Some countries like the USA, Canada, even if you are in transit for a few tens of minutes without leaving the airport requires an e.visa, other countries like Turkey do not ask for it for transits. To fill in the e.visa, you will need the information of your passport and your personal data such as address, profession, etc. The questions will vary according to the country. Moreover, a valid bank card is necessary to confirm the request and make the payment.

 

The P.L.F, is also called Passenger-locator-form

The public health passenger locator form has indeed existed for decades in paper form. Indeed, each time you flew before the Covid19 pandemic, you had to fill out a cardboard file given by the hostess on the plane before landing with questions such as did you have a fever? which countries have you visited previously?

Since the re-opening of borders, many countries and governments have digitized the p.l.f and made it mandatory such as Canada with ArriveCan, France, Italy, Malta and Slovenia with Euplf, Spain with Spth, the Portugal with the PLC (passenger Locator card), Thailand with Thai Pass, the Dominican Republic with the Eticket, and many others.



Compulsory Travel Insurance

Please note that this insurance, which was previously optional, has become compulsory in more than 41 countries.

Your classic insurance, in particular the master, visa, will not cover in most cases the minimum amount of hospitalization requested in certain countries, the costs of quarantine or any additional accommodation in the event of a positive test before returning, and other costs inherent in the Covid19 pandemic.

Some governments of some countries require an insurance certificate with the mention "Covid", which can guarantee coverage of any on-site costs related to the coronavirus: quarantine in a hotel, repatriation, etc. Note that the verification of the Covid insurance will be done most often at the boarding time and less often at the time of landing. For the moment, 41 countries require Covid insurance.

Travel and Covid insurance obligations will differ according to the country. In the list of the 41 countries, some simply require health insurance without specifying the details. But most countries ask for hospitalization or repatriation costs to be covered in the event you contract the coronavirus there. It is therefore important to check that these insurances mention the coverage of the Covid and make sure that the limits on your bank cards will cover these costs. You must also request a specific certificate with guarantees in the event of Covid.

For the 41 countries concerned by the certification obligation, we advise you to make your request before your trip.

You will find below the list of countries in the world with those in red and an asterix imposing these covid19 insurances before travelling.



 

AFRICA

NORTHERN AFRICA

Algeria

Egypt

Libya

Morocco

Western Sahara

Sudan

Tunisia

WEST AFRICA

Benign

Burkina Faso

Green cap

Ivory Coast

Gambia

Ghana

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Liberia

Mali

Mauritania

Niger

Nigeria

Senegal

Sierra Leone

Togo

EAST AFRICA

Burundi

Comoros

Djibouti

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Kenya

Madagascar

Malawi

Mauritius

Mayotte

Mozambique

Uganda

Réunion

Rwanda

Seychelles

Somalia

South Sudan

Tanzania

Zambia

Zimbabwe

CENTRAL AFRICA

Angola

Cameroon

Central African (Republic)

Congo

Congo (Dem Rep of)

Gabon

Equatorial Guinea

São Tomé and Príncipe

Chad

SOUTHERN AFRICA

South Africa

Botswana

Swaziland

Lesotho

Namibia

 

CARIBBEAN

Antigua and Barbuda

Aruba

Bahamian

Barbados

Cuba

Curacao

Dominican (Republic)

Dominica

Grenada

Guadeloupe

Haiti

Jamaica

Martinique

Porto Rico

St. Lucia

St Kitts and Nevis

St Vincent and the Grenadines

Trinidad and Tobago

Virgins (Islands)

AMERICA

NORTH AMERICA

Canada

United States

CENTRAL AMERICA

Belize

Costa Rica

Guatemala

Honduras

Mexico

Nicaragua

Panama

Salvador

SOUTH AMERICA

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Guyana

French Guiana

Paraguay

Peru

Suriname

Uruguay

Venezuela

ASIA

WESTERN ASIA

Saudi Arabia

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Cyprus

United Arab Emirates

Georgia

Iraq

Israel

Jordan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Oman

Palestine (Territories)

Qatar

Syria

Turkey

Yemen

CENTRAL ASIA

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Uzbekistan

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

SOUTH ASIA

Afghanistan

Bangladeshi

Bhutan

India

Iran

Maldives

Nepal

Pakistan

Sri Lanka

SOUTH EAST ASIA

Brunei

Cambodia

Indonesia

Laos

Malaysia

Myanmar (Burma)

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand (*)

East Timor

Vietnam

EASTERN ASIA

China

China - Hong Kong

China - Macau

North Korea

South Korea

Japan

Mongolia

Taiwan

EUROPE

 

NORTHERN EUROPE

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

Ireland

Iceland

Latvia

Lithuania

Norway

UK

Sweden

WESTERN EUROPE

Germany

Austria

Belgium

Metropolitan (France)

Liechtenstein

Luxemburg

Monaco

Netherlands

Swiss

EASTERN EUROPE

Belarus

Bulgaria

Hungary

Moldova

Poland

Romania

Russia

Slovakia

Czech Republic

Ukraine

SOUTHERN EUROPE

Albania

Andorra

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Croatia

Spain

Greece

Italy

Kosovo

Macedonia

Malta

Montenegro

Portugal

San Marino

Serbia

Slovenia

OCEANIA

Australia

Fiji

Guam

Kiribati

Marshall Islands

Micronesia (Federated States of)

New Caledonia

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

French Polynesia

Solomon Islands

Western Samoa

Tonga

Vanuatu

 

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