Jordan Visa for Iranian citizens - Rules & requirements

iVisa | Updated on Sep 21, 2022

Mesmerizing desert landscapes and World Heritage Sites are some of the incredible attractions that Jordan has to offer. The ancient Nabataean city of Petra, an architectural wonder carved directly into Jordan’s sandstone cliffs, is Jordan's most popular site. It will surely mesmerize Iranian tourists, who first have to apply for a visa to enter Jordan.

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Before you can travel on camelback and enjoy the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan’s tradition of welcoming visitors, you will need to obtain a Jordan Visa as an Iranian citizen.

In this article, we’ll share with you the complete list of requirements as well as the step-by-step process to get your Jordan visa without needing to visit an embassy.

What COVID-19 requirements should I consider before traveling to Jordan?

Incoming travelers from Iran are not required to present a negative PCR test or quarantine upon arrival, regardless of their vaccination status. All travelers, vaccinated and unvaccinated are allowed to enter the country.

However, all passengers must have health insurance before traveling to Jordan, covering medical emergencies in Jordan. Additionally, every passenger must fill out the Jordan health Declaration.

As these requirements are constantly changing we recommend that you confirm what you’ll need to process before your trip.

All you need to know about Jordan Visa for Iranian citizens

The Jordan Visa is a mandatory travel document all Iranian passport holders must process before traveling to the country. It is a tourist visa that is valid for a Single Entry and grants them a stay for 30 days Per Entry. Perfect to see all the beautiful sights Jordan has to offer!

Apply online for this tourist visa by completing the following three steps:

Step one - Application: Fill out the visa application form with your personal information and travel details.

Step two - Confirmation: Double-check that all the details in your application form are correct. Any discrepancies between your form and your supporting documents will cause your visa to be rejected.

Step three - Payment: Once you’ve checked that your information is correct you’ll be able to upload the supporting documents and pay the visa fee.

After we receive your application, one of our visa experts will review it and process it. You will receive the confirmation of your visa by email. The application process for the Tourist Visa is done fully online, and you won’t need to visit a Jordan embassy.

Extending your Jordan visa

If you’re looking to stay in Jordan for longer than 30 days, you can request an extension of your Jordan Visa at a local police station. If you’re planning to work or study in Jordan, you will have to reach out to your local Jordanian embassy to apply for the right work or student visa.

What are the Jordan Visa requirements for Iranians?

To apply for your Jordan Visa, you will have to gather the following information and documents:

  • Passport Personal Details Scan: Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months after your date of arrival.

  • Proof of residence in Iran: This can be a service invoice or basic ID card, for example, with your local address on it.

  • Relationship certificate: If there is more than 1 applicant.

  • Email address: To receive your approved Jordan Visa.

  • Credit or debit card: To pay the visa fees.

Besides your Jordan Visa, you will also need to apply for a Jordan Health Declaration Form. You can add this document to your visa application when you apply with iVisa.com.

What are the processing times and fees for the Jordan Visa?

We have different prices depending on how fast you want to receive your Jordan Visa. These are the three options:

  • Standard Processing: Costs USD $47.99 and takes 7 days.
  • Rush Processing: Costs USD $95.99 and takes 5 days.
  • Super Rush Processing: Costs USD $136.99 and takes 3 days.

Where can I find more information?

You can reach out to our customer support team online or via email at [email protected]. They’re available 24/7 to help you during the Jordan Visa application or to answer any questions you have before applying online.

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