Iran's Visa


NOTICE: One of the important reason few people visit Iran is that getting a visa is a difficult process!? based on previous travelers' reviews and reports on obtaining a visa on arrival, Iran's visa is one of the easiest countries to get nowadays but Before applying for your visa, you have to apply for an authorization code. You have to have one authorization number which determines if you are granted an application for a visa or not. start the process early…

all applications hand over the Nowruz holiday period; submit before 8 March for sure.

you will need to meet certain requirements and gather the following documents:


  _ Holding a passport with more than 6 months validity

  _ Confirmed return ticket

  _ One photo to be attached to your application form

  _ Visa fee based on your nationality

  _ Travel insurance

  _ Invitation letter or Hotel reservation voucher

  _ Those who are holding a passport that has USA working permit should apply for
       visa verification code before traveling to Iran



Iran's visa on arrival is not an issue for following countries:

  • USA
  • Canada
  • UK
  • Colombia  
  • Bangladesh     
  • Jordan
  • Somalia
  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan
  • Pakistan
  • India


Banned counties to travel to Iran:

  • Israel


Notice 1: Those who have an Israel stamp in their passport need to apply for verification code before traveling to Iran.


Notice 2: Those who have United State working permit on Their passport need to apply for visa verification code before they travel to Iran. 


Citizens of the following countries do not need visa to enter Iran:

  • Armenia
  • Turkey
  • Bolivia
  • Georgia
  • Venezuela
  • Azerbaijan
  • Syria
  • Malaysia


Visa fees:

Visa fees depending on applicant's nationality is approximately between 25 to 70 USD except Australian that is 140 USD.


"Updated on Jan 2018"