Learn More: COVID-19 Self Declaration
IRAN IS OPEN: Iran is open for tourism.
The Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration is a mandatory form that all arriving passengers are required to fill out before entry to Iran.
It is a necessary document in accordance with the laws of the Government of Islamic Republic of Iran as a part of public health measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will be used only by the ministry of health of I.R.Iran.
WHO CAN ENTER IRAN WITH THIS DOCUMENT
All citizens who wish to travel to Iran are eligible to apply for the Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration. You won't be able to enter without filling one out.
Any traveler's passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the proposed departure date and all unvaccinated travelers over the age of 12 must provide a negative PCR test to the Ministry of Health upon arrival in Iran. The test must be conducted within 72 hours before arrival. Fully vaccinated travelers from Iraq are exempted for testing.
All citizens eligible can apply for the document here.
OBTAIN THE IRAN COVID-19 SELF DECLARATION
To obtain the Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration with iVisa.com it's a quick and easy process. You just need internet access and to provide us with some basic personal, flight, travel and health information.
You can fill our online form out within 10 minutes and once you have paid the processing fee and sent your application, you will receive email confirmation from us.
Visit the application page to complete the Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration.
DISPLAY THE FORM
After applying online, travelers should receive a confirmation email with the completed Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration. You should download and print this form, so you have both a digital and physical copy to show when you enter Iran.
You will be subject to a health screening procedure on arrival so make sure you have your Iran COVID-19 Self Declaration ready to show to the officials at the airport.
Visit the FAQs below to view the quarantine rules for Iran.
Required Documents to Apply
Remember that this document does not replace a visa, so you must check if your country of citizenship requires a visa to enter Iran.
Foreign travelers who cannot provide the results of a PCR test will be turned away from entering Iran.
All arriving passengers would be subject to medical screening and clinical assessment in case of showing symptoms of COVID-19 or if the presented certificate is issued more than 72 hours before arrival.
Masks are compulsory within airports, and on all public transportation and aircraft.
Not wearing a mask carries a fine of IRR 1,000’000 (USD 3.3).
Breaking quarantine carries a fine of IRR 2’000’000 (USD 6.6).
Remember to check your country's safety recommendations before travelling, for a better travel experience
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