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

  • your contact details change,
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  • you are going back to your home country.

Learn More: Visa

What you need to know

  • The Morocco Visa allows a stay of up to 30 days from the date of arrival

  • You can use the Morocco Visa for tourist or business purposes

  • Some nationalities can only apply with a residence permit or visa from one of these countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, any Schengen country, or the United States

Last updated: April 2024

Morocco is an incredible destination, with rich culture, fantastic food, and incredible desert landscapes.

However, to make sure that you can enter the country without any difficulty, you must have the correct Morocco Visa or other travel document to enter the country.

Keep reading to find out who requires the Morocco Visa and how to get it without hassle.

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What is the Morocco Visa?

Morocco introduced this electronic visa (also called the Morocco eVisa) to make it easier for eligible international visitors to enter the country without a visit to an embassy or consulate.

To ensure a smooth journey, apply for your Moroccan eVisa at least three weeks before departure.

What can you use the Morocco Visa for?

This visa category is meant for:

  • Tourism
  • Business

What can't you do with the Morocco Visa?

Note that you can't:

  • Live, work, or study in the country

Who requires or is eligible for the Morocco Visa?

Citizens of the following countries can apply for the Morocco Visa without further document requirements:

  • Azerbaijan
  • Guatemala
  • India
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Thailand

However, please note that most other travelers who are not visa-exempt must have a residence permit or visa from one of these countries to get a (multiple-entry) visa:

Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, any Schengen country, or the United States.

Make sure to provide a copy of your residence permit or visa during the online application process.

Do minors need a Moroccan Visa to enter the country?

Yes, children and minors from eligible countries must also have a visa to enter Morocco.

Parents or legal guardians can apply for the travel document on their child's behalf.

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 must enter Morocco within 180 days after the visa is issued.

The Moroccan Visa is a single-entry document. This means you can only visit the country once with this travel document.

Can I extend the Morocco Visa?

An extension of the Morocco Visa is possible.

To apply for an extension, you must go to the nearest Moroccan police station. However, it does not always guarantee an extension.

We recommend applying for an extension as soon as you arrive in the country and always before your visa expires to avoid overstaying and any related consequences, such as a fine or ban.

Morocco Visa: Required documents

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

  • Valid passport: The passport must be valid for at least 90 days from the date of application

  • Applicant photo

  • Invitation letter (for business travel only): From the Moroccan Migration Service, provide the invitation number for the eVisa application form, and a cover letter explaining the reason for the trip

  • Proof of residence or visa: If you live in a country different from your country of origin, you must provide a document as proof of residence

Please carefully check the eligibility requirements in the section 'Who requires or is eligible for the Morocco Visa?' above.

  • You need documents to prove that you have sufficient funds to make the trip, such as bank statements

  • You will also need to present travel insurance at the border covering your trip to Morocco

Once the process is completed, you will receive a confirmation and the travel document by email. We recommend printing a copy to show upon arrival.

Entry requirements for Morocco

Moroccan authorities have lifted all COVID-19 requirements.

Have more questions about the Morocco Visa?

If you have any questions about this Morocco Visa or another travel document, you can contact our customer service team online or contact us on WhatsApp. We're happy to help.


If your application for the Morocco Visa is rejected, you will be notified of the rejection by email. If applying through iVisa, our experts review the information submitted before processing the visa to avoid delays or rejections.

You can sometimes reapply for the Moroccan Visa, depending on the reasons for cancellation or rejection. Contact our customer service team and we'll help you as best as we can.

First, check if your nationality is on the visa-exempt list. If it is, you don't need a visa to enter Morocco. However, always check any other entry requirements at your nearest Moroccan Embassy or Consulate.

If your nationality isn't on the above list, you may need a traditional visa, or ETA.

  • The eVisa is available for nationals from:

Azerbaijan, Guatemala, India, Israel, Jordan, Thailand without further document requirements.

However, please note that most other travelers who are not visa-exempt must have a residence permit or visa from one of these countries to get this visa:

Australia, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Schengen countries, Azerbaijan, Guatemala, Jordan, or the United States.

Make sure to provide a copy of your residence permit or visa during the online application process.

  • Read more about the Morocco ETA and eligible nationals here. You can apply for this travel document through us as well.

  • Travelers who are not eligible for a Moroccan eVisa or ETA must apply for the traditional visa at the nearest Moroccan Embassy or Consulate in their home country.

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 6 months from the date of arrival in Morocco, and a return flight ticket.
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