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A visa is required. We guide you through the application process.

Travel Document Type

eVisa (90 days)

Government Fee

No government charge

Byevisa Processing Fee

USD 54.00

Processing Time

4 business days

All About the Morocco Visa

*Please note, Byevisa will offer the eVisa in the future for those nationalities that are eligible.

Heading on a North African adventure to Morocco and wondering whether you’ll require a visa? Whether or not you need travel authorisation for your trip depends on your nationality.

Citizens of certain African countries (Guinea, Mali and the Republic of the Congo) are eligible for an eVisa for Morocco. This is also known as an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorisation), and you can apply for it with us really easily by filling in our simple online form.

To obtain it, you’ll need the details of your trip, a passport with 6 months’ validity, and a passport and photo scan. The pass is a Single Entry travel document, it is valid for 90 days from the date of issue and there is no government fee to obtain it. 

On the other hand, Americans, Australians, Brits, Canadians, Indians and citizens of New Zealand are exempt from Morocco visit visa requirements. That means if you’re a national of one of these countries, you can travel to Morocco without having to obtain authorisation beforehand. This also applies to those visiting from EU nations. 

These citizens just need to get their passport stamped by officials on entering the country and show that they have booked onward travel. 

Being clued up on travel authorisation requirements before embarking on a trip to another country is essential. You don’t want anything to stand in the way of your trip of a lifetime to visit Marrakech’s Bahia Palace and so many other wonderful attractions. 

Below we’ll give you all the key information that you need to get your travel documentation sorted. Read on and learn everything you need to know about making your application to visit the magical land of Morocco! 

Morocco Visa Application Process

Only citizens of the following 3 African countries are eligible to obtain a Morocco eVisa:

  • Guinea
  • Mali
  • Republic of the Congo

In the English-speaking world, this online travel pass is more commonly referred to as an ETA.

It is officially known by the Moroccan government as the AEVM, which stands for ‘Autorisation Électronique de Voyage au Maroc’ in French, which translates as ‘Electronic Authorisation to Travel to Morocco’.

It is hoped that the government will add more countries to the list of nations eligible for the electronic pass in due course. 

If you are from one of the countries mentioned above, you can apply for the electronic authorisation in just a few minutes by applying with Byevisa 

Here is a guide to the general process to follow:

  1. Grab your passport and the details of your trip.
  2. Carefully complete all the required fields of the application form (more about this below).
  3. Upload the required support documents (a scan of your passport and a passport photo). 
  4. Pay the associated fee, which varies depending on how quickly you require your ETA.
  5. Wait for your paperwork to be processed.
  6. Receive your ETA in your inbox during the specified time frame. 
  7. Print your travel visa for Morocco and take it with you when you go!

The approved travel document that you receive in your inbox will display information such as the AEVM authorisation number, the expiration date, the number of entries allowed (in this case, 1) and how long the pass is valid for (in this case, 90 days). 

Morocco Visa Requirements and Eligibility

eVisa requirements:

To be eligible for the ETA or AEVM, as it is referred to in some places, you must be in possession of a passport that is valid for at least 180 days from when you apply. 

You must also submit the following documents: 

  • A scanned copy of a passport photo (3.5 x 4.5 cm in size and in colour).
  • A scanned copy of your passport data page (the file size should not exceed 2MB).

Requirements for those who can enter Morocco visa-free:

Sat there wondering ‘do I need a visa for Morocco’? Many citizens, including Americans, Australians, Brits, Canadians, Indians and New Zealand nationals, don’t need a visa to enter Morocco for tourism purposes for up to 3 months. This also applies to citizens of EU countries. 

You should, however, ensure that your passport is stamped on entering the country. You may run into difficulties when exiting Morocco if your passport doesn’t have an entry stamp.

The following nations do not require travel authorisation to enter Morocco. If you are a citizen of one of the following nations, you will just need to show your valid passport and get the stamp on arrival. You may also be asked to show evidence that you have a return flight booked within the next 90 days.

Here is a full list of the Morocco Visa-Free Countries:

Czech Republic
France + Monaco
Hong-Kong (*a stay limited to 30 days)
Hungary (*a stay limited to 30 days)
Macao (Administrative area)

Puerto Rico
Russian Federation
San Marino
South Korea
Spain + Andorra
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States of America

Passport validity requirements for visa-exempt nations:

  • Your passport must, of course, be valid for the duration of your stay. The Moroccan Consulate General in London highly recommends that your passport should be valid for 3 months minimum from your proposed entry date to Morocco to avoid any difficulties. 6 months’ validity at least is the safest option for stress-free travel that gives you the option to extend your trip if you desire. 
  • You should have at least 1 blank page for the entry stamp.
  • Check that your passport isn’t damaged. You may be refused entry if you are carrying a damaged passport. 

If you’re both ineligible for the ETA and you’re not exempt, you require an embassy visa. With this type of paperwork, if you fall in love with the home of the ‘Blue Pearl’ city Chefchaouen and want to extend your stay, you can request an extension at the local police station.

Morocco Visa Application Form and Documents

If you’re from the Republic of the Congo, Guinea, or Mali and thereby eligible for an electronic pass, you can apply right here with Byevisa.

How do I do this?

  1. Click the ‘Apply Now’ button and enter some personal and travel details into our online form like:
  • Your email address, so we can mail you your travel authorisation.
  • Your first and last name.
  • Your gender.
  • Your birthday.
  • Your place of birth. 
  • Your mother’s and father’s first and last names. 
  • Your marital status. 
  • Your nationality. 
  • Your national I.D number.
  • Your address. 
  • Your expected entry and exit dates and where you plan to enter the country via, and by what means (e.g, plane, sea, or land).
  • The purpose of your trip. 
  • Details of the hotel where you will be staying or other temporary accommodation in Morocco. 
  • A contact phone number.

As well as this passport information: 

  • Your passport number.
  • Your passport issue date and expiry date.
  • The country where your passport was issued.

You will also need to select which countries you have visited previously and enter some details about your profession. You will also have to specify if you will be funding your trip or if your host will.

2. Documents to attach

Once you’ve entered all your personal and trip details, you will need to attach some supporting documents:

  • A passport photo (in PNG, JPEG or JPG format).
  • A scanned copy of your passport page (in PNG, JPEG, JPG or PDF format).
  • Proof of residence (where relevant).

3. Once you’ve entered all your personal information, select which Byevisa service speed you prefer:

We offer 3 different speeds to cater to all types of travellers, from last-minute adventurers to those who like to plan well ahead. The huge benefit of taking advantage of our service is that you don’t have to apply for your ETA yourself, saving you time and worry!

  • Standard (available soon) – 54.00 USD. Receive it in 4 days.
  • Rapid (available soon).
  • Highly Rapid (available soon).

The final step is to pay for your application. Just enter the following details:

  • The name on your debit or credit card.
  • The card number.
  • The card’s expiry date (month and year).
  • The 3-digit CVC security code on the back of your card.

You can also pay by PayPal if you prefer.

Not eligible for the eVisa?

For citizens that aren’t eligible for this, in order to apply for your paperwork to Morocco, you will need to download the form from the website of the Moroccan embassy or consulate you plan to apply from. You can also obtain the form in person at the Moroccan consulate closest to you.

If you apply in person for the embassy visa, you will be notified when your passport with the visa seal is ready to go collect. For applications by post, the consulate will send your passport back to you via mail.

What Is the Tourist Visa Morocco Fee?

There is no government fee charged to request this travel authorisation. The Byevisa cost to obtain the ETA varies depending on how quickly you require the authorisation. 

To give you an idea, to obtain a Single Entry visit visa (up to 90 days) via the standard service (4 days) you will be charged 54.00 USD.

Morocco Visa Status Check

If you apply for an eVisa with us, you can easily check the status of your travel authorisation at any time. 

Just go to the top of this page and click the relevant button. You can find out what stage your application is at. 

The status will be marked as 1 of these 3 things:

  • Approved.
  • Pending (if it’s yet to be processed).
  • Whether your pass has been rejected, and why if we know.

If it has been approved, you will also be able to view your visa’s initial date and expiry date and how many days of validity it has remaining. 

Please take into account that the processing time will depend on the Byevisa service you’ve opted for.

More Questions and Information about the Visa to Morocco

Read on for more detailed answers to any lingering questions you may have about arranging your travel paperwork.

The ETA is a Single Entry travel document and it is valid for 90 days from the date of issue.
Yes, if you are a citizen of 1 of the 3 countries eligible for the ETA, you will need to print your travel authorisation out to show it to the immigration official on arrival. If you apply for a regular travel pass, the visa-issuing authorities will affix a sticker to your passport, allowing you to travel to Morocco.
You must have 6 months of validity remaining on your passport when visiting Morocco, regardless of whether you’re visa-exempt or require travel authorisation. So if your passport is due to expire and you’re planning a trip to the home of the spice souks, be sure to renew it well in advance of your journey.
No, Morocco does not have a VoA available. The Morocco visa policy decrees that travel authorisation must be obtained before you arrive unless you are a citizen of a country that is exempt from this requirement. You can see the full list of countries that this applies to above.
Hepatitis A and typhoid vaccinations are recommended for all visitors to the country. Depending on what activities you have planned while visiting, additional vaccines may be required.
We currently offer a Standard Service where you will have your visa ready in your inbox ready to print in just 4 business days. In the near future, we will also offer a Rapid service, where we process your paperwork in x business days, and a Highly Rapid service, where you’ll have it in just x days.
If you hold citizenship from 2 different countries, decide in advance which passport you are going to travel with. Apply for your travel authorisation (if required) with the same passport you’ll use to enter the country. This will help you avoid any problems at immigration.
Yes, on arrival, please ensure that the border officer stamps your passport. Some travellers have experienced difficulties leaving the country because their passport bears no entry stamp.
Please find below an example of what this travel authorisation looks like: evisa morocco
Please find here a list of pages that you might find helpful if you’re heading to this captivating country soon.