Visa Requirements for Morocco
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Visa Not Required
Passport holders of 78 countries can travel to Morocco without prior visa, eVisa, or on-arrival visa.
Passport holders for 7 countries can obtain an electronic visa / authorization prior to arrival to travel to Morocco.
- eVisa30 dayseVisa is available for holders of residence permit or non-electronic visas of Schengen countries, the United States Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and New Zealand, with multiple entries and that are valid for at least 90 days as of the date of submission of the eVisa application
- eVisa30 daysThe eVisa has a duration of 30 days and can be extended up to six months with multiple-entry in Morocco.
Nationals of Israel born in Morocco can obtain a visa on arrival. They must have a Moroccan national ID card.
Nationals of Israel residing in Israel with a letter issued by the Council of Jewish Communities of Morocco can obtain a visa on arrival.
Israeli citizens can obtain a visa through the Moroccan Embassy in Tel Aviv. Israelis need to purchase a ticket to Morocco prior visiting the embassy.
At the embassy, Israelis need to bring a passport photo on a white or blue background, hotel confirmation and a ticket to Morocco, as well as the visa application form
Israelis can also apply for a eVisa online through this website.
Pre-arranged Visa Required
Prior to arrival at Morocco, passport holders of 144 countries must obtain a visa at their corresponding consulate of Morocco. Additional travel conditions (such as Visas to other countries) may waive this requirement.
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