Syria Visa Information
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Syria is one of the largest states in the Middle East. You should know that all travel is discouraged because of its massive ongoing civil war. There have been reported shootings, kidnappings, and many deaths. If you must go to Syria, you should first inquire about safe war zones. For more details, you should contact your embassy.
At the same time, you should know that the war destroyed many facilities in Syria, including those that may interest you as a tourist. Damascus is interesting and, if you want, you can take a scenic tour of the country. Even so, we do not think it is worth risking your life.
If you decide that you want to go to Syria, you should learn about the visa requirements. According to Syria’s visa policy, all travelers must obtain a visa before departure from one of the Syrian diplomatic mission. Before the war started, some countries were visa exempt, but that no longer applies.
As you can imagine, iVisa cannot help you with the Syria visa application process. The country does not allow visa exemptions or visas on arrival, let alone electronic visas. Nevertheless, if we can help you with some information, we are more than happy. That is why our free support service is available 24/7.
Another way we can help is by recommending that you to use the Visa Checker. It is quite obvious that everyone needs a visa to travel to Syria, but our Visa Checker can also provide you with a list of the nearest embassies. What you must do is access the tool at the top of this page, select your nationality in the box on the left, and then choose Syria as your destination on the right. In a second, you will get what you need.
Since you need a travel document to travel to Syria, you should learn about the requirements so that you can meet them. You can find a lot of information online on this matter, although we advise you to not rely on it too much. That is because the information you see online is not always the most reliable. What you should do instead is call the issuing authority and ask about the requirements there. It is the most legitimate source of information. What we can tell you at this point is that a visa application for Syria involves having a valid passport that does not expire for another 6 months from the date of arrival in Syria.
We are sorry that we cannot help you get the Syria visa itself, but there is nothing we can do about that. In the meantime, we hope that the information above is useful.
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