★ Morocco entry requirements: do you need a visa? ★
What are the entry requirements to Morocco? Do you need a visa to travel to Morocco? What are the other conditions for visiting Morocco? I made a small list of all the valuable information to answer these questions.
Citizens of around 70 countries can enter Morocco visa-free for up to 90 days. Here is the list of visa-free countries.
Citizens of Republic of the Congo, Guinea and Mali do not require a visa but must obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization in advance to enter Morocco.
To enter Morocco, you MUST have a valid passport. Your passport must be valid for six months following the date of entry. If your passport validity is coming to an end, do not risk entering Morocco. The police might let you in if your passport is valid only for 3 months following the entry, but it’s a bit risky.
Never exceed your stay in Morocco for more than 90 days. If you do so, you must go to the police station, pay a fine and even go to court requesting forgiveness :)))) Not worth it!
Can you extend your stay in Morocco for more than 3 months? The only way is to obtain the carte Sejour (the staying card). It’s not easy to get this card; you need to be employed in Morocco, open your own company, or marry a Moroccan.
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
If your country is not among those indicated above, we inform you that you need a visa to go to Morocco and the
Visa takes between 2 and 3 weeks to be issued.