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11. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 7y

Thanks for the warm welcome.

Mohamed, do you know how easy it is to obtain the 15-day visa upon arrival at the airport (tehran, tabriz, mashad, isfahan)? Do you need anything more than your pasport and a return ticket?

Cheers!
Michael.

12. Posted by shahryar (Budding Member 3 posts) 7y

hi Michael

well as i know, it depends on your nationality, e.g those ppl from u.s will get a a visa over a certain condition and it's so hard to get one, but for some even a simple

but for you i think you can even get a visa over boarders and not hard to get 15 day visa.

so what you need is to come here and come back and nothing more, but some ppl prefer a tour guide as well, some other suff (up to you)

wish you luck then

regards

13. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 7y

Hi Mohamed,

Thank you.
I did some research on the internet and checked also some forums (LP for example). I would like to go to Iran maybe this year or otherwise in 2010.
It seems for now that citizens of around 60 countries or so can get a VOA (Visa on Arrival), but only at international airports, max 15 days but even extendable so I've read. Only need passport that is valid for another 6 months after leaving and no proof whatsoever of visits to Israel. Return ticket (or onward) might be needed, but not sure.

Seems like a very good way, avoiding all the bureaucratic hassle.
Good thing, as Iran is a country where I heard many many good stories about.

Regards!
Michael

14. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 7y

Quoting Utrecht

Hi Mohamed,

Thank you.
I did some research on the internet and checked also some forums (LP for example). I would like to go to Iran maybe this year or otherwise in 2010.
It seems for now that citizens of around 60 countries or so can get a VOA (Visa on Arrival), but only at international airports, max 15 days but even extendable so I've read. Only need passport that is valid for another 6 months after leaving and no proof whatsoever of visits to Israel. Return ticket (or onward) might be needed, but not sure.

Seems like a very good way, avoiding all the bureaucratic hassle.
Good thing, as Iran is a country where I heard many many good stories about.

Regards!
Michael

Sounds interesting. I didn't know that you could get a visa on arrival these days. In 2003 I needed an invitation letter and it took atleast 5 weeks before I could pick up the visa. 15 days at arrival is nice because it is easy to ask for extensions (it varies on place to place though).

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