JORDAN VISA EXEMPTION
Holders of passports of the following countries and territories do not require a visa up to 3 months per a 6 months for tourism or business purposes (unless otherwise noted). And identity document is accepted in lieu of a passport for Lebanese citizens:
||United Arab Emirates
1 – provided that the passport’s number does not start with “00”
Visa is not required for holders of diplomatic passports issued by any country or territory except Iraq and Myanmar.
Visa is not required for holders of special passports issued by Russia for a maximum stay of 60 days.
Visa is not required for citizens of Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen only if holdong residence permit issued by a GCC Member States, Switzerland and EEA member state, Australia, Canada, Japan, or a Permanent Resident Card issued by the USA. The residence permit should be valid for a minimum of 6 months and they must hold a non-refundable return or circle trip ticket.
Visa is not required for citizens of Iraq being crew members on duty.
Visa is not required for merchant seamen and crew members of all countries and territories except Myanmar arriving by air in order to board a ship, or if arriving by ship in order to board an aircraft, provided they are traveling on duty and are holding a Letter of employment or letter of guarantee of the shipping company.
Visa is not required for holders of Laissez-Passer passport issued by the United Nations provided they are traveling on duty and are holding a security clearance issued by the Jordanian Ministry of Interior.
Visa is not required for members of the US military or personnel of the Department of Defense provided they are holding a US Military ID Card and travel order.
Visa on arrival
Citizens of countries and territories other than the following listed below and the countries and territories whose citizens are visa exempt can obtain a visa on arrival for a JOD 40 – for a maximum stay of 2 months (30 days for citizens of Algeria, Hong Kong, Japan, India, Morocco and South Africa) and single entry
Visa on arrival is not applicable to holders of emergency, temporary, or ordinary passports issued by the following countries and territories:
|| Equatorial Guinea1
|| Ethiopia1 2
|| Papua New Guinea1
| Burkina Faso1
|| Iraq1 2
|| Sierra Leone1
|| Somalia1 2 3
|| South Sudan1
|| Sudan1 2 3
| Chad1 2
|| Libya1 2
|| Syria1 2
| Comoros1 3
|| Mauritania1 3
| DR Congo1
| Cote d’Ivoire1
|| Yemen1 2
| Djibouti1 3
1 – visa on arrival only if holding residence permits issued by a GCC Member States, Switzerland an EEA Member state, Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea or a Permanent Resident Card (Form I-551) issued by the USA. The residence permit should be valid for a minimum of 6 months and they must hold a non-refundable return or circle trip tickets.
2-visa on arrival if traveling for medical treatment for female or male older than 50 years and younger than 15 years
3-visa on arrival if holding a residence permit issued by a country whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 2 months. residence permit valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date
Special provisions exist regarding the visa on arrival for the citizens of the following countries and territories:
Iraq – visa on arrival if provided holding an ID-card, a certificate of nationality, an official “Businessmen card” issued by the government of Jordan, and an official letter confirming the attendance to conferences or workshops, issued to official delegates entering or transiting Jordan or holding a residence permit issued by a country whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival(except Lebanon) for 1 month maximum stay. Visa on arrival for holders of service passports.
Morocco – females between the age of 17 and 35 years of age require prior approval obtained from the Jordanian Ministry of Interior, except if they are accompanied by their husband, father, or brother, being a member of an official delegation or being the daughter of high-ranking personnel.
Myanmar – visa on arrival for holders of diplomatic passports.
Sri Lanka – visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 2 months provided traveling on Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) and are holding hotel reservation in a 3 to 5 star hotel and an official documents confirming business or official delegate status.
Accompanying staff (housemaids, drivers), traveling with their employer, can obtain a visa on arrival for a max. stay of 3 months however this is not applicable for holders of ordinary passports issued by Myanmar, Libya, Syria and Yemen.
Visa on arrival for holders of an Interpol passport provided they are traveling on duty. The Interpol office in Amman must be notified prior to departure.