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Ireland Tourist Visa for Moroccan itizens: Everything you need to know
9 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Welcome to the Ireland Visa application guide made specifically for Moroccan citizens! Whether you're dreaming of exploring the stunning landscapes of the Emerald Isle, immersing yourself in its rich history and culture, or embarking on an exciting educational or business opportunity, we’re here to assist you every step of the way.

In this guide, you will find detailed instructions on the Ireland Visa application process and the documents required, as well as helpful tips to ensure a successful outcome.

Whether applying through our website or our user-friendly iVisa app, you will receive full guidance, expert tips, and a simplified application form for a smooth experience.

Ireland Cliffs of Moher

Do Moroccan citizens need a Tourist Visa for Ireland?

First things first: Yes, Moroccan passport holders must have a visa to travel to Ireland.

The same applies to minors/children under 18. A parent or legal guardian must apply for the tourist visa on their behalf. Apply together easily through our platform by clicking ‘Add another person’ during the application process.

We’ll review the applications and submit on your behalf to the government. Each applicant will receive a separate decision.

What is the Ireland Tourist Visa for Moroccan citizens?

The Ireland Visa, also called the short stay 'C' visit (tourist) visa, is an official document designed for people who wish to explore the Republic of Ireland.

When applying for this visa, it’s important for Moroccan passport holders to clearly state the purpose of travel to Ireland. You can do the following activities with this visa, as long as you’ve indicated it upon applying:

  • Tourism

  • Visit family or friends

  • Get married

  • Get medical treatment

  • Do a short-term educational course

Whether planning a holiday, visiting loved ones, or traveling to Ireland for other activities, clearly communicating your intentions allows the immigration officer to assess your eligibility and process your application accordingly.

For details about applying for different visas, such as a work visa or residence permit, go to the Irish government’s website.

Types of Ireland Visas available for Moroccan citizens

Ireland offers two types of tourist visas for Moroccans wanting to travel to the country:

  • Single-entry visa: You can visit Ireland once with this visa. It should be used within 90 days after issuance and it allows a stay of up to 90 days Per Entry in the country.

Easily apply for this visa on our website or through our user-friendly app!

  • Multiple-entry visa: This is a visa for travelers who wish to visit Ireland more than once within the validity period, for example, if you want to visit Northern Ireland on the same trip.

If that is the case, remember you will also need a UK Visa (in addition to the Irish Visa). If you want to travel back to Ireland to catch a flight back to Egypt, you’ll need a multiple-entry Irish Tourist Visa, as mentioned above.

Unfortunately, we currently do not offer multiple-entry visas. Contact the Irish Embassy or Consulate near you to apply for one.

Documents required for Moroccans applying for the Ireland Tourist Visa

Moroccan citizens must submit the following visa documents for the Irish Tourist Visa application:

  • Original passport: Your Moroccan passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your planned departure date from Ireland and contain 2 blank pages for stamps.

  • Two passport-size photos: Use our affordable and convenient digital photo service to get yours from home.

  • Proof of enough funds: This includes bank statements showing your income and savings and a letter explaining any large transfers to or from your account.

  • Application letter: It must clearly state the purposes of your visit to Ireland, such as a holiday, visiting family and/or friends, or any other authorized reason.

  • Proof of intention to return to your home country: Recent payslips, a letter from an employer, proof of enrollment in a college or university, proof of property ownership, a rental agreement in your name, or details regarding close family members living in Morocco.

  • Proof of accommodation: Confirmation of bookings for accommodation and/or proof of address from a host in Ireland.

  • Sometimes, the Irish Visa office may request you to have travel/medical insurance for the application. Please note that having travel/medical insurance is a requirement to enter Ireland in any case.

  • If you’re applying for the Ireland Tourist Visa in another country, you must prove you’re a legal resident there.

  • If you have been previously refused a visa, or have been deported from any country in the past, provide the details and documentation.

Other documents supporting the purpose of your visit

The following additional documents are required for specific travel purposes.

Family/friends visit:

  • Invitation letter from your host, elaborating on why they are inviting you to Ireland, the dates they plan to meet with you, and how they know you.


  • A study plan, including the start and end dates of the course and a letter of registration.

  • Invitation letter from the educational institution.


  • Acknowledgement from the Registrar confirming the date of receipt of notification of intention to marry or enter into a civil partnership.

  • The Marriage Registration Form (MRF).

  • Details of your relationship history and (if applicable) divorce or dissolution of the marriage certificate from previous relationships.

Medical reasons:

  • Letters from your referring hospital and the private hospital in Ireland.

  • Letter stating your travel itinerary from Morocco to Ireland.

All documents must be submitted in English (or be accompanied by notarized translations).

When applying with us, you’ll get the complete list of documents to gather based on your application details!

Financial Ireland Visa requirements for Moroccan citizens

The funds required for the Ireland Visa application are not specified. However, you must prove that you have the financial means to cover your flights to Ireland, daily expenses, and planned activities according to your stated travel purpose.

It’s also advised to purchase travel health insurance to show you’re covered for emergency medical assistance.

If you are self-funding your trip, include bank statements and supporting documents of the last 6 months. Here are the essentials that should be mentioned:

  • They should be original documents issued on official bank paper. If you provide a printed internet statement, it must be certified/stamped by the bank to prove its authenticity.

  • Your name and address must be stated on the statement, matching your other supporting documents.

  • The statement must display your bank account number and what type of account it is, such as a checking/current or savings account.

  • It must show all incoming and outgoing transactions for the entire period.

  • Bank statements from savings and deposit accounts must be accompanied by an original letter from your bank on their official letterhead, confirming your ability to withdraw funds from it.

If a friend or family member in Ireland will be financially supporting you for your trip, you should estimate the amount they will be spending and specify what expenses they will cover:

  • They must prove their financial ability to support you by providing bank statements, payslips, and a letter from their employer. This applies to all friends or family members financially supporting you in some way.

By providing the necessary financial documents, you’ll increase your chances of a successful Ireland Visit Visa application!

Supporting documentation for minors/children from Morocco traveling to Ireland

Children/minors under 18 years old visiting Ireland must include the following documents:

  • Birth certificate.

  • Copies of both parents’ passports.

  • If one of the minor's parents has deceased, submit the official Death Certificate.

  • If one of the minor's parents has sole custody, submit the court order granting custody to the appointed parent.

  • If the child will travel with only one of the parents or legal guardians, submit a copy of the other parent/legal guardian’s passport or ID and a consent letter.

If the minor is traveling with someone other than their parent or legal guardian, or traveling alone, provide the following documents as well:

  • Consent letter signed by both parents or legal guardians for each child.

  • Copy of both parents' passports or IDs.

  • Contact details of the parents/legal guardians.

Step-by-step guide to applying for the Ireland Tourist Visa in Morocco

For a hassle-free application on our website or our user-friendly iVisa app, follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Fill out your basic details, travel itinerary, and passport information.

  • Step 2: Pay the iVisa processing fee online with a credit/debit card, PayPal, Venmo, or Amazon Pay.

  • Step 3: Fill out the rest of the simplified application form, visit the Ireland Embassy or application center in Morocco with the required documents and pay the government visa fees. Don’t worry, we’ll make the appointment on your behalf!

When you receive your approved visa, get ready to travel!

Benefits of applying for the Ireland Visa with us

The following benefits are included when applying through our platform:

  • 100% government-compliant: Our team of iVisa Experts will review all information and ensure it’s 100% compliant with government requirements.

  • Unlimited access to our iVisa Experts: Our iVisa Experts will guide you through the application process and answer any questions.

  • Simplified form: Visa applications can be confusing and tedious. At iVisa, we’ll only include relevant questions, making the application shorter and hassle-free.

  • Fill out at your own pace: Save your progress, make changes, and come back to it later whenever you need a break.

  • Step-by-step guide: Apply with us and receive an exclusive manual with all the tips to answer difficult sections and get your visa without problems.

Ireland Dublin Streets

Ireland Tourist Visa costs and processing times for Moroccans

The fees and processing times of the Irish Visa application can be divided into two parts:

1. Processing by iVisa: The processing service fee of USD $240.99 includes numerous benefits, such as a simplified application form, complete guidance from our team of experts, and a careful review of your application. We will also make an appointment for you!

2. Processing by the Moroccan government: After our review, the government processing time can take up to two months. The single-entry visa costs US$65. This is paid at the Visa Application Center.

Tips for a successful Irish Tourist Visa application in Morocco

These expert tips will help you increase your chances of a successful Ireland Tourist Visa application!

Plan ahead: Start at least two months in advance to allow sufficient time for gathering all supporting documents, completing the application form, and meeting all visa requirements.

Complete the application correctly: Fill out the visa application form with accurate and up-to-date details. Always check for mistakes before submitting the application.

Financial evidence: Submit proof of sufficient funds to cover your travel plans to Ireland. If someone else is supporting you, include their evidence as well.

Document authenticity: All supporting documents, like bank statements and employment letters, must be original and issued by the appropriate authorities. Certified copies/official letterheads may be required.

Strong ties to your home country: Show ties to your home country to assure the visa officer that you have enough reasons to return home after your visit to Ireland.

Common reasons for Ireland Tourist Visa refusals for Moroccan citizens

Some of the most common reasons for visa refusals can be easily avoided with some preparation. Here are the major mistakes applicants make:

  • Insufficient financial resources or proof of financial ability to cover expenses in Ireland.

  • Not providing convincing evidence of your ties to Morocco, which may raise concerns about your intentions to return after your visit.

  • Missing or incorrect documents, or failure to meet specific requirements. This will result in the rejection of a visa.

  • History of immigration or visa violations, such as overstaying the time permitted in a country. Not disclosing this during your application can negatively impact the application outcome.

What to expect after submitting the Ireland Tourist Visa application in Morocco

Once the Irish Tourist Visa application is submitted, here’s what you can expect during the visa process:

  • Request for additional documents (if applicable): You may be asked to provide extra documents or details to support your travel purpose. Promptly provide the requested info within the specified time.

  • Visa decision: Once the authorities have come to a decision, you will be notified via email.

  • Passport collection: Once approved, collect your passport with your new visa. Ensure you have the necessary collection receipt and ID for identification purposes.

More questions about the Ireland Tourist Visa application?

Contact our customer service team via online chat or email at [email protected]. They are available anytime to help you with the application process and answer any questions you may have about this visa or other travel documents.

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