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Morocco Entry Visa

Morocco Entry Visa

Most tourists and visitors to Morocco can obtain an entry visa at any port of entry. All foreigners arriving in Morocco should have a valid passport (with at least 6 months left before expiration) to get your entry visa

There are 3 types of Moroccon Visas:

In Morocco, there are three main types of visas available. : A short-term visa, also known as a tourist visa, a transit visa, and a long-term visa.
Short-term visa (tourist visa): A tourist or short-term visa is issued to individuals who need a visa to enter Morocco and who wish to visit for tourism or business purposes, for academic or cultural events, sports events, journalism, or medical treatment. It may be issued for single or multiple entries, with a maximum stay of up to 90 days.
Transit visa: You must obtain a Morocco transit visa if you plan to pass through Moroccan territory on your way to another country. A transit visa for one or two journeys is available, restricting your time in Morocco to no more than 72 hours.
Long-term visa: Long-term visas to Morocco are available for foreigners who want to stay there for an extended period, such as to work or to be with family members. In reality, the visa is only valid for three months, but the recipient may apply for a Residency Card (Carte de Séjour) from the Moroccan General Directorate of National Security. A Morocco long-term visa is divided into several subtypes: work visas for foreigners looking for work in Morocco, who can provide a work permit; student visas for foreigners wishing to study at a Moroccan school; and family reunification visas for family members living there.

How and where to Apply for visas when visiting morocco:

There are Moroccan diplomatic missions in every country where travelers must apply for a Morocco visa. The process is usually as follows:
To begin, make an appointment at the Morocco consulate or embassy. It depends on the country, but you may be able to make an appointment online, or you may need to make a phone call or appear in person. Those without an appointment will not be permitted to apply. In some Moroccan embassies, visa applications are handled by private companies, so you must contact them if you want to get a visa. Make sure you have all the necessary documents, fill out the visa application form (which you can obtain from the embassy or consulate website, or you can get it directly), and include a picture of yourself if required.
Once you've gathered all the other supporting documents, you can deliver them to the embassy or consulate—usually in person, but on certain applications, you may submit them through a lawyer or by post. If you use a prepaid, self-addressed special delivery envelope to return your passport, you must include it. You can get the forms from the embassy or consulate, or download them from their website.
Once you have paid the visa processing fee, you must wait two weeks (10 business days) for your visa to be processed. If you hold a non-standard travel document, the visa processing could take longer. You must pick up a Morocco visa sticker yourself if you applied in person, but if you applied by mail, the embassy/consulate will mail it to you.

Documents Needed for application for AMoroccan visa:

When applying for a Moroccan visa, you must provide several supporting documents to show that you are eligible for a visa. The specific requirements depend on the reason for your visit, your country of origin, and the length of your stay. However, the standard list includes:

  • You must complete and sign the Morocco visa application form. You must keep one original and photocopy the other two.
  • Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your return and that it has at least two blank pages. Make copies of the first page of the passport that contains your photo.
  • You must provide four photos, taken within the last six months, showing your face clearly.
  • Return flight ticket.
  • Proof of accommodation.
  • Proof of sufficient financial means.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Proof of paid Morocco visa fee.

Morocco does not offer a visa on arrival. You must obtain your visa before traveling if you require one. Visa-exempt nationals may travel without obtaining a visa, provided they have a valid passport with at least one blank page for entry stamps.

Countries exempted and countries that need visas:

the Countries exempted: Nationals from the following countries do not need a visa for Morocco for stays of up to 90 days (except when otherwise specified):

A European Union country Algeria Algeria Algeria

Algeria  Andorra
 Argentina  Australia Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain
 Brazil Canada Chile
 China Dominican Republic Gabon

 Hong Kong (citizens can only stay in Morocco for up to 30 days)


Iceland Indonesia



 Ivory Coast Japan Kuwait
Liechtenstein Macau Malaysia
Mexico Monaco New Zealand
Niger Norway Oman
Peru Philippines Qatar
Russia San Marino Saudi Arabia
Senegal Singapore (citizens of Singapore can only stay in Morocco for up to 30 days) South Korea
Switzerland Tunisia Turkey
 United Arab Emirates  United States  

What Is the Morocco e-Visa?

Morocco Entry Visa

An electronic travel permit allows you to visit Morocco for tourism or business purposes, e-Visas are for one-time entry into Morocco and allow you to stay for up to 30 days. The digital version of a visa is much more efficient than the traditional visa formats, which require visiting and attaching the visa to your passport.

Below is a list of  countries eligible for a Morocco e-Visa:


   Angola  Antigua and Barbuda Armenia


Bangladesh Barbados Belarus


Benin Bermuda Bhutan


Bosnia-Herzegovina Botswana Brunei


Cambodia Cameroon Cape Verde

Central African Republic

Chad Comoros Congo

Costa Rica

Cuba Djibouti Dominica

Dominican Republic

Ecuador Egypt El Salvador

Equatorial Guinea

Eritrea Ethiopia Fiji


Georgia Ghana Grenada


Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti






Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati

North Korea

Kyrgyzstan Laos Liberia


Madagascar Malawi Malaysia


Mauritania Mauritius Micronesia


Montenegro Mozambique Mozambique


Nepal Nicaragua Pakistan


Papua New Guinea Paraguay Rwanda

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

São Tomé and Príncipe Serbia Seychelles

Sierra Leone

Somalia South Africa Sri Lanka


Suriname Swaziland Syria


Tanzania Thailand Togo

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine


Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela


Zambia Zimbabwe  

Cost of a morrocan visa:

The visa processing fees for Morocco are:
Single entry (up to 90 days): DH220 (appx. $23)
Two entries (up to 90 days): DH330 (appx. $34)
Transit visa: DH170 (appx. $18)

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