The types of Moroccan visas have different requirements, forms, and documentation. Some applications are fairly straightforward, but others can be quite complex.
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Morocco Tourist and Visitors Visas
Documents required to apply for the visa: Application forms for an entry visa to Morocco A passport that is valid for six months after the date of return
The EU and US The UAE Algeria, Congo (Brazzaville), Ivory Coast, Niger, Senegal, and Tunisia
Most foreign nationals are entitled to a visa upon arrival. Including those from:
Non-exempt nationals must obtain a visa from the Moroccan mission in their country of origin or permanent residence.
These Moroccan visas are valid for up to 90 days and are renewable. There are two options for renewal.
- Applicants can renew their visas in Morocco for up to three months
- Applicants can renew their visas by exiting and re-entering the country
Morocco Work and Business Visas: International Assignment
Employers and employees must submit specific forms and documents.
The assignee (employee): Passport Diplomas CV Reference letters
The employer: Work attestation Company’s creation status Explanation letter of short-term mission Associated details, including duration of the stay, start date, and net monthly salary
It’s an intra-company transfer, so the employee remains employed by company headquarters while completing their assignment at the Moroccan branch.
The employee must have been employed for no less than one year at the transfer time.
The Moroccan branch must submit the work visa application to the Ministry of Employment.
There are no minimum salary requirements. The employees may receive a portion of their salary from the home office and the Moroccan branch.
The work visa is valid for up to three years or the duration of the international assignment.
The work permit can be renewed after the initial duration for another three years via ANAPEC (National Agency for Stimulating Employment).
Morocco Local Hires Guidelines
The documents required for local hires include an ANAPEC certificate and the following: Passport Diplomas CV Reference letters
The assignee (employee):
The employer: Work attestation Job description Organigramme (organisational chart) Company’s creation status Explanation letter of short-term mission Associated details, including duration of the stay, start date, and net monthly salary.
The employee must have a diploma or degree in accordance with the occupied job. They are hired directly by the company operating in Morocco.
An ANAPEC certificate proving that no local talents can occupy the job is required.
The initial work visa may be issued for one year.
Note: French citizens don’t need the ANAPEC certificate after five years of renewal.
Morocco Family Reunification Visa
Different forms and documents are required from the assignee (employee) and employer.
The assignee: Passport Certificate of support Birth certificate Marriage certificate Police clearance certificate or criminal record ID photos
The employer: Work certificate This registration card is granted to all foreigners’ family members, including spouses, children, and parents. The principal visa holder must have a valid residence permit to guarantee the spouse, children, and parents. There are no minimum salary requirements. However, employees must prove they can afford to support their families while living in Morocco. The initial card is valid for one year. The only exception is for Tunisian citizens to whom a two-year card will be granted. The residence permit is renewed for three years, according to agreements between Morocco and other states; for example, 10 years for Algerian citizens and five years for Indian citizens.