In the logistics industry, ETA (estimated time of arrival) indicates when a vehicle, cargo ship, or other modes of transportation will arrive at its final destination. Arrival estimates are used to give customers an approximation of when the vehicle carrying their goods will arrive at their location.
Applying for an emergency travel document in Zimbabwe
If your passport or ID card is lost or stolen in Zimbabwe, and you need an emergency travel document soon, this is how to apply.
If you won’t be travelling within a month, you have time to apply for a passport or ID card in the country where you are. Apply for a passport or identity card outside the Netherlands.
Follow these steps
Step 1: Email the embassy
Step 2: Wait for a response and file a police report
Step 3: Gather the documents that you need
Step 4: Go to your appointment
Step 5: Collect your emergency travel document
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
What documents do I need to travel to Zimbabwe?
You need a passport, visa, return ticket, and adequate funds to cover your intended stay in order to enter Zimbabwe. If you are travelling to Zimbabwe for tourism, business, or transit, you may obtain a visa at the airports or other border ports of entry.
How long is a Zimbabwean ETD valid?
six (6) months
Please be advised that an ETD can ONLY be applied for in person at the Embassy, in emergency circumstances, where the Zimbabwean Passport is not available for travel. vi) Please contact the Embassy for the application form. Note: Emergency Travel Document is valid for six (6) months from the date of issue.
How much is an emergency travel document for Zimbabwe?
3 Days Emergency Passport is the equivalent of US$200. 24-hour Emergency Passport US$318-you can apply for this in Zimbabwe too.
How much is a temporary travelling document in Zimbabwe?
Ordinary passport old type – US$50. Search fee – US$5. Temporary Travel Document Form – US$3.