Morocco e-Visa
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Morocco e-Visa
Morocco e-Visa

Morocco e-Visa

Morocco e-Visa general information

Morocco e-Visa is a single-entry online visa allowing eligible nationals to travel to Morocco for tourism and leisure purposes.

The e-Visa to Morocco was implemented in July 2022 by the Morocco government to simplify short-term trips for certain foreign citizens.

In order to apply for a Morocco visa online, a visitor should complete a straightforward electronic form, attach supporting documents, and pay the fees. The application process takes a few minutes, and an approved Morocco electronic visa will be delivered to the applicant’s inbox within several days.

Morocco online visa allows to enter Morocco one time and stay there for a maximum of 30 days. The validity period is 6 months (180 days) from the visa issue.

While in Morocco, it is possible to extend the Morocco e-Visa for additional 6 months or change it to a multiple-entry visa by contacting the nearest Morocco diplomatic mission.

Make sure to submit the electronic application form for a Morocco visa at least a few business days in advance to get approval on time.

Who needs an e-Visa to Morocco

Travelers from most countries in the North and South Americas, Europe, and the Gulf countries do not need a visa. However, there is still a long list of countries whose nationals must get a Morocco visa to enter the Kingdom of Morocco.

Citizens of around 50 countries can enjoy facilitation and apply for an e-Visa to Morocco online without the need to attend a Morocco embassy or consulate in person.


List of eligible countries

eVisa for Morocco is available to the citizens of following countries:

  • Albania Albania
  • Angola Angola
  • Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda
  • Armenia Armenia
  • Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
  • Bangladesh Bangladesh
  • Barbados Barbados
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Belize Belize
  • Benin Benin
  • Bermuda Bermuda
  • Bhutan Bhutan
  • Bolivia Bolivia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Botswana Botswana
  • Burundi Burundi
  • Cambodia Cambodia
  • Cameroon Cameroon
  • Cape Verde Islands Cape Verde Islands
  • Central African Republic Central African Republic
  • Chad Chad
  • Comoros Comores
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of
  • Costa Rica Costa Rica
  • Cuba Cuba
  • Djibouti Djibouti
  • Dominica Dominica
  • Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • Egypt Egypt
  • El Salvador El Salvador
  • Guinea Equatoriale Guinea Equatoriale
  • Eritrea Eritrea
  • Ethiopia Ethiopia
  • Federated States of Micronesia Federated States of Micronesia
  • Fiji Fiji
  • Gambia Gambia
  • Georgia Georgia
  • Ghana Ghana
  • Grenada Granada
  • Guatemala Guatemala
  • Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau
  • Guyana Guyana
  • Haiti Haïti
  • Honduras Honduras
  • India India
  • Israel Israel
  • Jamaica Jamaica
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Kenya Kenya
  • Kiribati Kiribati
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
  • Laos Laos
  • Liberia Liberia
  • Macedonia Macedonia
  • Madagascar Madagascar
  • Malawi Malawi
  • Malaysia Malaysia
  • Maldives Maldives
  • Mauritania Mauritania
  • Mauritius Mauritius
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Montenegro Montenegro
  • Mozambique Mozambique
  • Myanmar (Burma) Myanmar (Birma)
  • Namibia Namibia
  • Nepal Nepal
  • Nicaragua Nicaragua
  • Pakistan Pakistan
  • Panama Panama
  • Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
  • Paraguay Paraguay
  • Rwanda Rwanda
  • São Tomé E Principe São Tomé E Principe
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Serbia Serbia
  • Seychelles Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone Sierra Leone
  • Somali Republic Somali Republic
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
  • Sudan Sudan
  • Suriname Suriname
  • Swaziland Swaziland
  • Taiwan Taiwan
  • Tajikistan Tajikistan
  • Tanzania Tanzania
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Togolese Republic Togolese Republic
  • Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
  • Turkmenistan Turkmenistan
  • Uganda Uganda
  • Ukraine Ukraine
  • Uruguay Uruguay
  • Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
  • Vanuatu Vanuatu
  • Venezuela Venezuela
  • Vietnam Vietnam
  • Zambia Zambia
  • Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

In order to apply for a Morocco online visa, most nationalities on the list must satisfy one of the following conditions:

  • They have resided in the USA, Canada, the EU, the UK, Switzerland, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia for a minimum of 180 days
  • They are residents in the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand with a Schengen visa valid for a minimum of 90 days
  • Important: Citizens of Azerbaijan, India, Israel, Jordan, Guatemala, and Thailand do not need an additional visa.

Types of Morocco e-Visa

There are two types of Morocco e-Visa according to the purpose of travel:

  • Tourist Morocco visa – can be used for sightseeing, leisure, recreation, and visiting family members and friends
  • Business Morocco visa – can be used for professional and business matters

Both types of electronic visa to Morocco are single-entry and allow a 30-day stay during the 6-month validity period.

Morocco e-Visa application instruction

The application process for a Morocco electronic visa is intuitive and speedy. Eligible travelers must prepare proper documentation and a device with internet access and start the procedure by clicking the ‘Apply Online’ button:

  • Complete the online form. Provide the requested information and check the details for mistakes.
  • Upload the supporting documents. The digital copies must be of decent quality.
  • Cover the fees and wait for confirmation. The Morocco e-Visa cost is 129 Euro. Pay using any available online option and receive a confirmation code via email.

Note: The confirmation code you get after payment is unique, and you can use it to track the progress of your Morocco online visa application.

The final approval will also arrive via email, so check your email address regularly and print out the PDF document of your approved e-Visa to Morocco.


Morocco e-Visa validity

The Morocco online visa remains effective for 6 months (180 days) from the date of approval. During this period, Morocco visa holders can enter the country one time.

Upon arrival in Morocco, a traveler can extend their Morocco e-Visa for another 6 months. It is also possible to change a single-entry visa to a multiple-entry one.

For more details regarding the extension of an electronic visa to Morocco, feel free to contact the Morocco Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Transit information

A transit visa is required for non-visa-exempt travelers who are transiting through Morocco to their next destination.

A transit visa to Morocco may be issued for one or numerous entries, allowing its holders to stay in Morocco for up to 3 days (72 hours) maximally.

Requirements for Morocco e-Visa online application

Required documents

According to the electronic Morocco visa requirements, an applicant needs to provide the following documents:

  • an ordinary passport that remains effective for at least 3 months*
  • an applicant’s face photo
  • a return/onward ticket
  • proof of funds sufficient for the entire visit to Morocco
  • a visa (if applicable)

*Note that only ordinary passports are eligible for an online visa application to Morocco. If you are a holder of a diplomatic, service, special passport, or travel document for refugees, or any other travel document, you need to obtain a regular visa at a Morocco diplomatic mission.

Other requirements

Additionally, to apply for a Morocco visa online, a traveler must have:

  • a working device
  • stable internet connection
  • active email address
  • online payment means

Visa Summary

  • eVisa destination



  • eVisa price


    129 Euro

  • eVisa Processing time


    a few days

  • Visa validity


    180 days

  • Visa requirements documents


    • a valid passport
    • a digital face photo
    • a return/onward ticket
    • proof of sufficient means
    • a visa (if applicable)
Apply online

Other Travel Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How can I get a Morocco e-Visa?

In order to obtain a Morocco e-Visa, you need to complete three steps: fill out the electronic form, upload the required documentation, and pay the fees. Once approved, the letter with a PDF document of the electronic visa to Morocco will be delivered to the email address specified in the form.

When will my e-Visa to Morocco be approved?

After you submit the Morocco e-Visa application and successfully complete the payment, you need to wait for up to several days to get the decision from Moroccan authorities. Please do not wait until the last moment and complete your application beforehand.

Should I print a Morocco e-Visa?

Yes. It is highly recommended that a traveler make a physical copy of their electronic visa to Morocco and bring it to the entry point for immigration officers to check. Technical issues happen, so it is always best to have paper proof of obtaining a Moroccan e-Visa.

What if my e-Visa to Morocco is not approved?

If your Morocco online visa is not approved, you should check if the information provided in the application form is correct - errors or incomplete details may cause refusal. For more information regarding your application, please contact our support team via email or phone.

How long can I stay in Morocco with a Moroccan e-Visa?

A Moroccan e-Visa enables its holder to have one stay in Morocco for up to 30 days. Note that you can enter the country only while your Morocco visa remains valid.

What is the validity of the Morocco e-Visa?

The validity of the Morocco electronic visa is 6 months (180 days) from approval. During this time, you can enter the country once. After arrival in Morocco, you can extend your visa for 6 months more or change it to a multiple-entry one.

Do children need an e-Visa to Morocco?

Yes. Every child must have a separate online visa to Morocco. The application can be completed by their parent or legal guardian. A minor under 18 years old can enter Morocco only accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.

What is the cost of a Morocco e-Visa?

The price of an e-Visa to Morocco is 129 Euro, regardless of your purpo se of travel. You can use any online payment option on our website, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Sofort/Klarna, and other methods.

What must I have to apply for an electronic visa to Morocco?

To apply for a Morocco visa electronically, you must have a device with an internet connection, an email address, and the ability to pay online. It is also required to provide supporting documents, such as a valid passport, face photo, flight ticket, evidence of sufficient funds, and, for certain nationalities, a visa.

What is the processing time for an e-Visa to Morocco?

The applications for a Morocco e-Visa are normally processed within a few business days. The delays may occur in case of a large volume of applications, technical issues, and mistakes in the provided information. Therefore, we advise you to apply beforehand and thoroughly check the form and documents before submitting.

What documents are required to apply for a Moroccan e-Visa?

For a Moroccan e-Visa, you must provide clear digital copies of your passport valid at least 3 months from the date of application, a face photo, a return/onward ticket, proof of financial means, and a visa, if applicable.

What data do I need to provide in the application form for a Morocco e-Visa?

The online form for a Morocco e-Visa requests your personal, contact, and travel information. The details must be accurate and relevant. Note that the required data also includes your passport details: it is a standard procedure, and your information will be protected at the highest level.