How to apply treatment visa for IRAN ?
Visitor Visa/Treatment Visa for Iran
You need to take the following 4 steps if you want us to handle your visa for Iran:
1- Fill the form below
2- Pay the service fee
3- Receive authorization code by Email
4- Collect your visa from the embassy or any international airport you arrive at in Iran.
Below, we explain in details how we would obtain your visa for Iran, step by step:
1- Sending documents
The documents and information you need to provide include: a) Image of your first page of passport; b) A personal picture; c) Current residence (home) address; d) Home phone number; e) Mobile number; f) Email address; g) Estimated date of your arrival.
Please carefully read the following explanations before sending your information:
- First page of Passport
–Please open your passport completely,
–Have enough light,
–Have pages 2 and 3 fully in the screen and take a snapshot. (See the sample picture below)
- Personal picture
The personal photo must meet these simple criteria:
– Don’t wear a hat, mask or glasses;
– Your face must be entirely visible; no hair or other things should cover part of your face;
– The background of the photo must be a flat, homogeneous surface with a plain color (preferably but not necessarily white). A plain wall would be a perfect background.
– The photos must be something similar to the samples provided below. There are no limitations in clothes and their color. Women can either send a photo with or without hijab.
- Current residence (home) address
Provide the address of where you live.
- Home phone number
- Mobile number
- Email address
- Estimated date of your arrival
2- Service fee
The service fee is 50 US dollars or 45 euros for citizens of all countries except for British and Canadian citizens, for whom it is 175 US dollars or 150 euros, (for American citizens, please contact us). To learn about the payment options and get the account number please contact us. Note that what you pay here is just our service fee to apply for your visa authorization code. You still will have to pay the consulate visa fee where you are referring to for receiving your visa, which varies depending on your nationality. Bear in mind that the service fee will not be returned in case your visa request is rejected by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
3- Receiving authorization code
Once we receive your documents, information, and receipt of payment of the service fee, we will submit your application to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). Normally, you will receive the Authorization Code within 2 to 7 business days from the date of the submission of your request (For British, Canadian and American citizens this process takes 3 business weeks to 3 months).
Iran Visa Authorization Code or Iran Visa Tracking Code or Iran Visa Reference Code is your Iran visa approval number which is issued by Iran Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to facilitate your Iran visa issuance.
4- Collecting your visa from an Iranian embassy/consulate in your country or from Iranian international airports
Once your Visa Authorization Code is issued, we will send it to you so that you can refer to the nearest Iranian embassy/consulate with your documents in hand to receive your visa or (if you are a citizen of one of the counties for whose nationalities a visa on arrival is issued at the airport, [see them at visa policy of Iran section below]) just take your flight to an international airport in Iran and receive it there immediately without waiting in a queue.
Why get visa in advance?
You will protect yourself from any delay, hassle, or possibility of deportation. You will travel with peace of mind and will avoid any extra financial costs.
No Risk! Any possibility of rejection at the airport will be completely removed.
To request for a visa for Iran, you can fill out the online form below and upload your documents as requested in the form.
Visa Policy of Iran
According to visa policy of Iran, visas for nationalities of more than 60 countries is issued upon arrival at the Iranian airports. All visitors must have a valid passport that does not not expire for at least 6 months after their arrival.
Citizens of the following 9 countries can visit Iran without a visa:
Armenia 90 days within 180 days
Azerbaijan 30 days
Bolivia 30 days
Georgia 45 days
Malaysia 15 days
Sri Lanka 1 month
Syria 90 days
Turkey 3 months
Venezuela 15 days
All tourists/visitors may stay in Kish Island for 14 days or less without obtaining any visa.
Diplomatic and official/service passports
Diplomatic and official/service passports issued by the following countries are allowed to enter Iran without a visa.
Afghanistan D 1 month
Armenia D 90 days
Azerbaijan D S 1 month
Belarus D O 30 days
Benin D S 30 days
Bolivia D S 60 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina D S 1 month
Brunei D O 30 days
Bulgaria D S 1 month
Burkina Faso D S 1 month
Cambodia D S 1 month
China D S 1 month
Colombia D S 1 month
Croatia D S 1 month
Cuba D 1 month
DR Congo D S 6 months
Cyprus D S 3 months
Ecuador D S 90 days
Ghana D S 30 days
Guinea D S 1 month
Guyana D S 1 month
Greece D 3 months
Hungary D 1 month
Indonesia D S 14 days
Japan D O 3 months
Kazakhstan D S 30 days
Kenya D S 1 month
Kyrgyzstan D S 1 month
Macedonia D S 1 month
Malawi D S 1 month
Mali D S 1 month
Moldova D S 1 month
Montenegro D S 30 days
Nicaragua D S 2 months
North Korea D 1 month
Oman D S 1 month
Pakistan D O 3 months
Philippines D S 30 days
Poland D 1 month
Romania D 1 month
Russia D S 30 days
Senegal D S 1 month
Serbia D S 30 days
Sierra Leone D S 1 month
South Korea D S 3 months
Switzerland D 1 month
Syria D S 30 days
Tajikistan D S 1 month
Tunisia D S 1 month
Turkmenistan D S 1 month
Ukraine D S 30 days
Venezuela D S 1 month
Vietnam D 30 days
Zimbabwe D S 30 days
D — diplomatic passports; O — official passports; S — service passports
Visa upon Arrival
Holders of personal passports traveling as tourist can obtain a visa upon arrival at the following airports for a maximum stay of 30 days (extendable for another 15 days):
- Imam Khomeini International Airport and Mehrabad International Airport (Tehran)
- Mashhad International Airport (Mashad)
- Tabriz International Airport (Tabriz)
- Kish International Airport (Kish Island)
- Isfahan International Airport (Isfahan)
- Shiraz International Airport (Shiraz)
- Konarak Airport (Chah-Bahar)
- Dayrestan Airport (Qeshm Island)
Nationalities of the following countries must obtain a visa from the Iranian embassies 1-2 months in advance in the origin.
British, Canadian and American citizens are required to be escorted by a government approved guide at all times. Independent travel for these citizens has been banned due to the closure of Iranian foreign missions in these countries.