Fill out the Moroccan visa application form in Latin characters and in capital letters. The Moroccan visa application form can be filled out in Arabic but the applicant’s first name and surname, and place of birth must be in Latin characters.
Contact the Moroccan consulate or embassy to find out if you need to schedule a Moroccan visa appointment and how to schedule a Moroccan visa appointment.
Submit the printed application form to the Moroccan consulate, embassy, or VAC along with the supporting documents and Moroccan visa requirements.
The application fee for a standard Moroccan visa is DH220. Please note that other fees might also apply and all visa application fees are non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of the visa application.
Applicants can submit their Moroccan visa applications through Moroccan consulates, embassies, or visa application centers. Check here for the locations of Moroccan consulates or embassies. Applications can only be submitted in countries where the applicant is a citizen or a resident.
In countries where there is no representation for Morocco, visa applications can be submitted to the accredited diplomatic mission in that country or to the Honorary Consuls. However, in cases when these representations are also not present, applicants can make their requests directly to the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Directorate of Consular and Social Affairs – Rabat ([email protected]) so that a visa can be issued at the airport.
Moroccan visas are usually issued within 10 business days but there are cases when it can take as long as 30 days to get a Moroccan visa, particularly when additional documents are needed or detailed examinations are necessary.
During visa issuance, it is important to provide travel insurance, a return ticket with confirmed reservation, proof of hotel booking or voucher, and pay the chancery fees. Once the visa is issued, it is important to check the details on the visa and ensure that they match the information on the passport.