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Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

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Learn More: Tourist Visa

What you need to know

  • The Jordan Tourist Visa is a single entry travel document that you can use to stay in the country for no more than 30 days.

  • To apply, you must have a passport valid for more than 6 months from the date of entry into Jordan, and it must have at least two blank pages.

  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

Content updated, December 2022

Explore Jordan with the Tourist Visa! Get it with iVisa

From the many attractions of its capital, Amman, to the Red Sea city of Aqaba, exploring Jordan should be on everyone’s bucket list.

Once an integral stop for Assyrians, Persians, Nabataeans, Greeks, Romans, etc., as well as one of the Holy Lands in multiple religious texts, including the Bible, Jordan is a must-visit destination for everyone.

In fact, the iVisa team believes everyone should visit at least once in their life. That said, we know preparing for any trip can be daunting, especially when you need a Jordan Visa or Jordan Pass, and a Health Declaration to enter Jordan and explore this country as a local.

To help calm your nerves and help you navigate the visa application form and what documentation you’ll need for the trip, our experts have compiled a guide to answering all your Jordan Visa travel questions.

Get Your Jordan Visa for Tourism Online Today!

Like any trip, the most important thing to do before planning the rest of your itinerary is to ensure you have the correct documentation, especially passports, visas, and health declaration forms.

Regarding specific requirements for the Middle Eastern Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, we’ve compiled an easy-to-follow guide to applying for your visa and other documentation you will need in order to explore the country to your heart's content.

Do I Need a Visa for Jordan?

The Jordan Visa policy to travel within the country varies depending on your nationality. That said, citizens of nearly sixty countries require a Jordan Travel Visa to enter the country.

iVisa offers both the Jordan Visitor Visa and the Jordan Pass to enter Jordan. You can read more here about the Jordan Pass and how to obtain the Jordan Pass online.

To check your eligibility to enter Jordan you can use our Visa Checker Tool at the top of this page, by simply entering your nationality and the country you plan to visit.

Countries Exempted from Jordan Visa Requirements

Only citizens of a few countries are exempt from the Jordan Visa Requirements to enter the country and are eligible for visa-free access.

These countries are Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.

Do I Need a Jordan Transit Visa?

If you will be in the airport for less than 24 hours in Jordan and do not plan to leave the airport, then you do not need to pay for a Jordan transit visa. These will be issued on arrival at the airport. Please ensure you advise passport control that you are transiting through the country.

How To Get A Jordan Visa?

There are multiple ways to fill out the Jordan Tourist Visa application form, including directly from your local Jordanian embassy.

However, we highly recommend applying for an evisa if your country is eligible to do so by pre-registering online with iVisa. At iVisa we take care of the process of applying for your Jordan visa online, so you don’t have to wait in line or deal with the stressful application process you just have to focus on enjoying your holiday.

To take advantage of our service, simply create an account on iVisa 3 months before your trip, fill out our easy, 3-step application form, and pay with your credit or debit card.

Remember to have a copy of your biometric passport, confirmation of flights and accommodation, proof of sufficient funds, and credit or debit card information ready as it will be needed to process your application for your Jordan visa.

You will also need to have two passport-style photos when applying for your Jordan Tourist Visa, as this is the required Jordan visa photo size. If you don't have any at hand you can use our passport photo service to obtain them quickly online.

We will send you the final document via email, so make sure you provide an up-to-date email address on your visa application form.

How long is the Jordan Visa valid for?

The Jordan visit visa permits the traveler to enter Jordan for a maximum stay of and for 1 .

How Much Does A Jordan Visa Cost?

The Jordan Visa price depends on how quickly you need your visa. We provide 3 processing options and prices to suit your travel needs.

  • Standard Processing costs and takes
  • Rush Processing costs and takes
  • Super Rush Processing costs and takes

Both the Government fee and our processing fee are included in the total price.

Can You Get a Jordan Visa On Arrival?

Yes, this is a possibility for some, depending on your nationality. U.S. citizens may secure a 30-day Jordan visa at the airport on arrival or apply beforehand for the Visitor Visa.

Please note, however, that Jordanian visas are not issued on arrival at the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge land border crossing. You must carry a valid Jordanian Visa or special entry permit when you get to the border crossing.

Can I Get A Jordan Visa Extension?

Under normal circumstances, extending your Jordan Tourist visa requires you to register at a Jordanian police station before it expires.

Those who got a visa on arrival to the country will most likely only receive a 60-day extension; however, if you had applied for an Embassy visa, it’s possible to get another six months added to your visa.

That said, it’s important to remember that if you do not register with the Jordanian police and end up overstaying your Jordan visa, you will be charged a fine on departure. It is usually calculated as $2 per day that you overstayed.

What are the Travel Requirements To Enter Jordan?

Aside from requiring a Jordan visa, all travelers to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan will also need to have a Jordan Health Declaration Form, which you can get through iVisa as well.

You must have a passport valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Jordan, and it must have at least two blank pages.

Jordan’s COVID-19 Requirements & Restrictions

Those visiting the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan are not required to present a negative PCR test on arrival.

There are no quarantine requirements in Jordan.

Consider A Jordan Pass

Another document the iVisa team highly recommends getting your hands on before your trip is the Jordan Pass.

Dubbed “the ultimate sightseeing package,” it is tailored to help tourists enjoy what Jordan has to offer to its fullest while saving time, money, and effort.

The Jordan pass comes with many benefits including entry to over 40 attractions such as Petra, Amman Citadel, and Aqaba Castle, popular museums, and archaeological sites. The pass also covers your visa fees if you stay for at least three nights in the country.

Have More Questions?

Still nervous about traveling to Jordan or applying for your Jordan visa? Reach out to our 24-hour customer support team and they’ll provide any extra information you need regarding the application process for a Jordan visa and answer any other burning questions you may have about the Jordan pass application process.


You should check first that your application doesn’t have any mistakes. If the error continues, you can communicate with our customer service team. They will check what is wrong and provide a solution. Our team is available 24/7.

iVisa specializes in digital application processes. For every service, our experts review all the documentation carefully and check every item within the application. However, the Jordanian government could cancel or reject your application for several reasons; but don’t worry! You will get a full refund of the iVisa processing fee for every rejected applicant. Government fees aren’t included in this refund.

You can also apply again with iVisa and get your Jordan Tourist Visa soon.

You can’t stay in Jordan once your visa has expired. If you have humanitarian reasons to stay, you could request an extension from the Jordanian government. However, this is a particular case. If you don’t leave Jordan after your visa has expired, you could face legal prosecution, deportation, or be prohibited from re-entering Jordan in the future. Before your visa expires, search for the means to ask for an extension or a new visa.
Unfortunately, the Jordanian authorities don’t allow converting one type of visa into another, this includes the specific case of a tourist visa to a work visa.. You could use your tourist visa to do unpaid volunteer work. However, if you are looking for a paid job, you must request a work permit separately from your tourist visa.
The minimum bank balance you need in order to get the Jordan Tourist Visa is USD 100. These funds confirm you have sufficient money to stay in Jordan and pay for your leisure activities.
  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://moi.gov.jo/EN/Pages/Visa_E_Applications
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