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Visa policy of Iran

Postby Mehdi » Mon Aug 05, 2013 11:33 am

Citizens of most countries require a visa to legally enter Iran. The visa application process may take several months.
Citizens of Turkey, Taiwan, Malaysia, Syria, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Egypt, and Ecuador don't need a visa to enter Iran.
Israeli citizens are totally banned from entry to Iran.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Gotravel » Wed Aug 07, 2013 5:42 am

In general, Iran has tried to improve its complex and time-consuming visa application process and has begun to issue week-long visas for the nationals of 68 countries at airports.

An online hotel reservation system has been developed. Iran will equip all airports with electronic visa facilities by February 2009 to issue online entry permits to foreign nationals.

Visas can now be secured electronically and be collected from Iranian consulates or international airports.

Iran has 15 road border crossings connecting it with Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Rail lines from Turkey and Turkmenistan can also be used to enter Iran.

About 70% of visitors arrived by land in 2002, about 29% by air and less than 1% by sea.

The price of internal flights is heavily subsidised, deterring competition and hampering profitability. In April 2005 the Imam Khomeini International Airport was reopened under the management of a consortium of four local airlines—Mahan Air, Aseman, Caspian Air and Kish Air—although no formal contract appeared to have been awarded.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Anjileena » Thu Oct 31, 2013 10:45 am

According to nationality of applicant, type of' visa and the existing regulation between countries.
Citizens of most countries require a visa to legally enter Iran. The visa application process may take several months. I think the Citizens of Turkey, Taiwan, Malaysia, Syria, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Egypt, and Ecuador don't need a visa to enter Iran. However I need some information about visa companies where we send application to get visa in short time and also conditions and terms that we need to follow to get visa.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby camelus » Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:22 pm

Hello, is it possible to apply here? http://www.iranianvisa.com/
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Mehdi » Mon Jan 06, 2014 1:06 pm

camelus wrote:Hello, is it possible to apply here? http://www.iranianvisa.com/

I'm not sure, but seem to be a reliable site.
It is better to call and talk to them.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby camelus » Mon Jan 06, 2014 2:55 pm

Ok, first I will call embassy in croatia for my wife and Italy for me. But to apply online would be interesting. Well I can try, 35 € is not too much
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Cherie Boyce » Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:52 am

I know Israeli citizens are totally banned from entry to Iran. What about American ?
American are allowed to visit Iran or not ?
I enjoying when i go indianapolis to nyc in bus with http://www.getbusticket.com/indianapolis-to-new-york.html
I always booked my ticket in advance online.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby camelus » Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:00 am

Absolutely yes... even more, americans are free to go around Iran alone (I am not from Iran but I am studying this topics now).
Some Iran's friend will confirm this.
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Cherie Boyce » Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:55 am

Thank GOD :)
I just worry about it. If they not allow Americans than we need to move our planning any other country.
Summer is good time for Iran visit ?
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Re: Visa policy of Iran

Postby Parvaneh » Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:05 am

Cherie Boyce wrote:Thank GOD :)
I just worry about it. If they not allow Americans than we need to move our planning any other country.
Summer is good time for Iran visit ?

it depends on your plan and site visits.
best time of visiting the desert in Iran is November up to March. after April,Desert is very hot and it is impossible to visit the desert.
best time for visiting jungle in Iran is March up to October.
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