Visa to Morocco
Any Individual seeking a visa to enter Morocco must have a passport valid for a period of 6 months before its expiry.
Czech passport holders are granted a visa free access to Morocco. They are allowed entry for a maximum of 90 days.
- Why apply for visa for Morocco
- Different categories of visa
- Nationals granted visa-free access to Morocco
- Required documents
Why apply for visa for Morocco
Individuals who must have a visa prior to entering Morocco must submit a request to the Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” of their place of residence.
Individuals residing in Czech Republic may do so at the Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague.
Visas are not issued at Moroccan points of entry
(Airports, ports or other borders)
Visitors must hence ensure that they obtained their visa PRIOR to their trip.
Different categories of visa:
The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague issues visitor visas with one or two entries, for a maximum of 72 hours.
Visitor Visa(short or long stay/one or two entries)
The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague delivers tourist visas with one or two entries, for a maximum of 3 months.
- Family visit
- Official visit
- Diplomatic visit (diplomatic visa)
Length and number of entries
The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague does not issue long stay visas.
The period of stay cannot exceed 90 days nor can it allow for more than two entries. However, any visa-holding foreigner who desires staying in Morocco for over 90 days, may submit a request to competent Moroccan authorizes (Direction Generale de la Surete Nationale DGSN) in order to obtain a residence card or a visa extension. .
Conditions for the issuance of the residence card or for a visa extension fall solely under the authority of the DGSN.
Visas are granted after a review of your visa request application. The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” may refuse to grant a visa if a file is incomplete or does not meet the requirement. Visas will be issued after an average of five open days.
Please note :Certain applications may take up to three weeks to be processed. It is recommended in that case to withhold flight bookings until the visa is issued.
For refugee passport / travel document
The request must be submitted with The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague. The application review will take more time due to the nature of the document and as such it is recommended that the request be submitted 3 to 4 weeks prior to the planned travel date. The consulate may refuse to grant a visa if an application is incomplete or does not meet requirements.
No visas are granted on the basis of a laissez-passer as a travel document.
Visa requests :
To ensure the processing of your visa request and avoid any delays or rejections of your file, we encourage you to come submit your request in person at The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section” in Prague. Visas may be submitted from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 15 pm.
Nationals from the following countries are granted visa-free access to Morocco :
Ordinary passports :
Nationals from countries that are not in the following table are required to obtain a visa prior to entering Morocco. They have to apply for visa.
|Maghreb and Middle-East||Africa||Europe||Americas||Asia||Oceania|
United Arab Emirates
|Congo Republic (Brazzaville)
|Germany - Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Denmark - Spain - Andorra - Estonia - Finland - France - Monaco - Great-Britain - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Iceland - Italy - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Norway - Netherlands - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - Czech Republic - Cyprus**||Argentina
United States of America**
* UN experts holding passports or laissez-passer from the UN are exempt from visa requirements.
** Ordinary passports only.
Required documents :
You have to provide the documents required listed below, bearing in mind that your visa application does not mean either an automatic agreement or any commitment on behalf of The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section”for granting a visa.
Documents for ordinary passports :
- The «visa application form » (to be downloaded, filled in and printed). (Any form submitted to The Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section”must necessarily be signed in front of a Consulate Officier)
- Your valid passport + copies of the identification pages ;
- Two (2) colour photographs
- Copy of your Czech Permanent Resident Card, your Work Permit or your Studies Permit + a copy
- For minors travelling alone, Copy of the Identity Card of the legal guardian (Father, Mother or other Legal Guardian,)
- An invitation or copy of the booking hotel in Morocco
- « Payment of visa Fees »: Cash at the Moroccan Embassy “Consular Section”. The visa fees are listed in the table below:
|Type of Visa||Fees|
|For a period of 24 hours||221,40 CK|
|For 03 days||418,21 CK|
|From 03 to 90 days (1 Entry)||541,21 CK|
|From 03 to 90 days (2 Entries)||811,81 CK|
|Visa Collective (Per personne)||147,60 CK|
|Return Visa for Résidents||688,81 CK|
The above mentioned fees may vary depending on exchange rate applied..
- The required visa is granted only after study of your file.
Some of the following documents may be required to apply for visa :
- For Moroccan spouse(s), attach a copy of the marriage certificate.
- For people who go on mission work, prospecting for business opportunities or studies, attach a photocopy of proof.
- For ex-residents foreigners in Morocco, attach a photocopy of the residence permit.
Announcement regarding the visa application
- All visa applications have to be submitted during working days (Monday to Friday) between 10 am and 1 pm.
- The visa pick-up occurs the working days between 1 and 4 pm.
Oznámení konzulárního oddělení
Velvyslanectví informuje veřejnost, že :
- Žádosti o vízum budou přijímány v pracovní dny mezi 10. a 13. hodinou.
- Hotová víza budou vydávána v pracovní dny mezi 13. a 16. hodinou.