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Jordan Visa for Pakistani citizens
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Want to see Petra or float in the Dead Sea? Here's how to get your Jordan visa sorted.

Visa paperwork can be a headache, but it's a necessary step to your adventure in Jordan. We've created this guide to help Pakistani citizens understand and navigate the visa application process.

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With our help, you’ll soon be visiting the vast Roman ruins of Jerash or exploring the other-worldly landscape of Wadi Rum. We’ve focused on what you really need to know so that you can apply for your Jordanian visa with ease. Let’s get started.

Do Pakistani citizens need a Jordan Visa?

Pakistani citizens need to obtain a visa before traveling to Jordan.

You can get a Jordan Visa on Arrival, which is a single-entry visa that’s valid for 30 days, if you have one of the following:

  1. a residence permit from one of the following countries that is valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date in Jordan: Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, South Korea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, or USA.

  2. A visa from the USA or a Schengen member state that is valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date in Jordan.

iVisa tip: Instead of waiting until you land in Jordan to get a visa on arrival, skip the queues >at the airport and apply online. It will take you less than 10 minutes.

If you’re not eligible for a Jordan Visa on Arrival (or intend to stay in Jordan for longer than a month), you’ll have to apply for a visa online.

How to get a Jordan Visa from Pakistan

Although we currently don’t handle Jordanian visa applications, we can provide the information you need to apply confidently.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Gather the required documents for your visa application.

These include:

  • A scanned copy of a Pakistani passport valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date in Jordan and has at least 2 blank pages.

  • A recent passport-size photo taken according to Jordan’s visa photo guidelines.

  • A flight itinerary including a return ticket or proof of onward travel from Jordan.

  • Evidence of sufficient funds to finance your entire trip.

  • Proof of accommodation reservations in Jordan.

  • Additional documentation may be required depending on the purpose of your travel.

  1. Go to the Ministry of Interior E-Services website. Click on the “Electronic Visas” tab.

  2. Select “Individual” on the next page.

  3. Select “Non-Arabic Nationality” in the “Nationality Category” dropdown menu. Select “Pakistan” in the “Current Nationality” dropdown menu.

  4. If you have a Schengen or US Visa, select “Yes” and input the expiry date. If you legally reside in a different country, select the country and input the expiry date. Select the country you’ll depart from as you travel to Jordan in the “Departure Country” dropdown menu. Click on Next.

(For those with a valid Schengen/US Visa or valid residence visa in one of the permitted countries, you’ll be directed to the Electronic Entry Visa page to enter your personal and travel details. On the next page, pay the visa fee and complete the application. Once your eVisa is ready, you’ll be notified via email.)

  1. The visas available to you will appear in a popup menu. Find the one that meets your travel needs and click on “Apply for Service.”

  2. Go through the “Terms of Service” and “General Instructions” on the next page. Click on “Apply Here.”

  3. Click on “Create New Account” and click on “Individual.” Carefully fill in your personal details and click on “Submit.”

  4. Fill out the visa application form. Pay the visa fee and finish your application.

  5. Wait for the application to be processed, which generally takes at least 2 weeks.

You’ll receive the visa decision via email. If your application is successful, the visa will be electronically linked to your passport.

Jordanian embassy in Pakistan

If you need consular assistance for your Jordanian visa, contact the Jordan Embassy in Islamabad.

  • Address: House 1, Street 88, G-63, Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Phone: +92 51 2279124 / 5 / 2833311

  • Email address: [email protected]

What else should you know about Jordan before packing your bags? Check out our trip guide.

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