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Content updated, January 2023

Explore Morocco with a single entry visa! Easy online application with iVisa

Morocco is an incredible destination to visit, with a rich culture, amazing food, and amazing desert landscapes. However, to make sure that you can enter the country without any difficulty, it is essential that you have all the travel documents that the government requires.

To apply for the Morocco Visa you must have a residence permit or visa from Australia, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Schengen countries, or the United States.

Remember that with or without a visa, your stay as a visitor is limited to three months, so we recommend planning your trip within that period. iVisa will help you throughout the process of acquiring your Morocco eVisa, simply continue reading below.

What is the Morocco Visa?

The foreign affairs department of the Moroccan government has recently created an electronic visa to allow foreign citizens to enter Morocco without having to go to an embassy or consulate. However, to enter the country, the foreign tourist must have a copy of their visa on hand upon arrival at the port of entry to Morocco. This visa category is particularly for tourism or business trips.

You must apply for your Moroccan e-visa at least three weeks before your planned departure date to avoid any issues.

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Which nationalities are eligible for the Moroccan Electronic Visa?

As stated before to apply for the Morocco Visa you must have a residence permit or visa from one of these countries: Australia, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Schengen countries, and the United States.

Are you from one of these countries? Start your application here.

How long is the Morocco eVisa valid for?

The Morocco e-visa offers a maximum stay of 30 days from the date of arrival in Morocco. You will have to enter Morocco within 180 days after visa issuance.

The Moroccan e-visa is a single-entry visa. This means that once you have completed the valid period of stay, you must leave the country to avoid facing legal problems. However, an extension of the Morocco visa is possible.

If you wish to apply for an extension, you will have to apply at the nearest Moroccan police station. This procedure does not always guarantee an extension and does not grant you multiple entries.

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What are the travel requirements and required documents for the Morocco eVisa?

The visa applicant must the following documents during the application process:

  • Valid passport: The passport must be valid for at least 90 days.

  • Invitation letter: You must obtain an invitation letter from the Moroccan Migration Service and provide the invitation number for the eVisa application form. A cover letter explaining the reason for the trip must also be submitted.

  • Proof of residence: If you live in a country different from your country of origin, you will have to provide a document as proof of residence. This could be a utility bill or a rental agreement.

  • Other documents: You need to present that you have sufficient funds to make the trip, and you will also need to present travel insurance at the border.

  • Email address: An email address is required to send you the final document or if any issues come up during processing.

  • Payment method: You can pay for the visa application process with a debit or credit card.

The visa requirements state that you need to enter Morocco on the dates specified on the electronic visa application form, so make sure to plan ahead. The electronic visa will prove to Moroccan customs authorities that you are authorized to enter the country.

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Do I need a Morocco eVisa to transit through the country?

Transit through Morocco is permitted for travelers who meet the requirements of their destination and will not need to apply for an e-visa.

However, if you are going through immigration to stay in a hotel to catch a flight the next day, for example, you will need to follow standard visa and entry procedures.

How to apply for a visa online to visit Morocco?

Obtaining the Morocco eVisa is very straightforward, just follow these three simple steps from the comfort of your home:

  • First: Complete our electronic questionnaire with your personal and travel information. Then, choose the time of processing according to your needs.

  • Second: As a second step, you will have to make the visa payment. It is essential to check that all the information entered is correct before submitting the application.

  • Third: After payment, upload any required documents and submit the application. Our team of iVisa Experts will process your visa and update you if any issues arise.

Once the process is complete, you will receive a confirmation and the travel document by email. If you do not find it in your inbox, it may be in SPAM.

Costs and processing time of the Morocco eVisa

There are three processing alternatives, each of which has a different processing time and price depending on the travel needs and budget. These are as follows:

  • Standard Processing Time: This option takes 5 Business Days for USD $151.99, including all government fees.

  • Rush Processing Time: This is a slightly faster option, taking just 4 Business Days for USD $211.99, including government fees.

  • Super Rush Processing Time: Perfect for those who need their Moroccan visa urgently, this option takes 3 Business Days for USD $279.99, including government fees.

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Do minors need a Moroccan eVisa to enter the country?

All family members, including young children and minors, must have an electronic visa to enter Morocco.

Parents or legal guardians can apply for the travel document for the child if the child is not old enough to apply on his/her own. However, each document is independent and non-transmissible.

Usually, kids traveling alone must have a birth certificate, letter of the parents, marriage certificate, or other documents that ensure they are related.

Morocco Health Declaration

The Morocco Passenger's Health Card is no longer required to enter Morocco.

COVID-19 testing and vaccination requirements to enter Morocco

Moroccan authorities have lifted all testing and vaccination requirements at Moroccan borders and airports.

What else should I keep in mind before traveling to Morocco?

When planning your trip to Morocco, it is important to decide the best time to travel to the country. When you want to walk around the country or enjoy tours, the best time is spring and autumn, as the temperatures are more pleasant.

It is also advisable to use common sense so as not to get into any legal trouble. In Morocco, there are particular laws that you must keep in mind. For example, it is illegal to insult the royal family. A small mistake could mean a fine or deportation.

Finally, a great travel tip is to learn how to bargain. Morocco is a shopper's paradise, full of colorful spices, eye-catching carpets, and traditional accessories such as djellabas and babouches. Shopkeepers in Morocco expect you to bargain before you buy, which is why haggling is so important, but stay respectful.

Where can I contact you?

If you have any questions about the Morocco eVisa or other travel documents, you can contact our customer service team online or by email at [email protected]. We have a team of experts who are available 24 hours a day to help you with any queries.

Required Documents to Apply

Applicant's Photo

  • Passport Scan

  • Proof of Residence: Applicable if you don't live in your country of origin.

  • Proof of Valid Visa (if applicable)

  • Invitation Letter (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Morocco Visa is a single entry visa.

  • With this visa you can stay in Morocco for 30 days from the date of arrival.

  • The Morocco Visa is valid for 180 days after the issue date.

  • To apply for the Morocco Visa you must have a residence permit or visa from one of these countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Schengen countries, and the United States.

  • We will hold your application and apply on the appropriate date to ensure that your e-Visa is valid when you arrive. This means you can fill in the application on iVisa at any time.

  • Travelers can use the Morocco e-Visa for holidays or for business purposes.

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

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If your application for the Morocco Visa is rejected, you will be notified of the rejection by email. The iVisa experts review the information submitted before processing the visa to avoid rejections. However, if the Moroccan authorities still refuse or cancel your application, you may be eligible for a full refund of the iVisa processing fee related to the number of rejected applicants, however, this is not a guarantee.

Please note that the government fees are not refunded in case of cancellation or rejection.

You can reapply for the Moroccan Visa depending on the reasons for cancellation or rejection.

Travelers that don’t need a visa to enter Morocco can stay up to 90 days in the country. All travelers, including those are from a visa-exempt country, must have a passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival in Morocco, and a return flight ticket.
Depending on your nationality, eligible travelers can apply for the Moroccan Visa online through iVisa. Please use the Visa Checker tool to find out more.
No worries. Contact our customer team as soon as possible and they will be happy to resolve the problem and help you obtain your Morocco Visa as soon as possible. Our visa experts are available 24/7.

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