Morocco e-Visa for Pakistani Citizens

Online Visa to Travel to Morocco from Pakistan

The Morocco e-Visa allows Pakistani passport holders to visit for 30 days.

The application for the e-Visa is 100% online. You do not need to visit a Moroccan embassy or consulate at any point.

This page outlines key information about the Morocco electronic visa, including details on how to apply.

30-Day Morocco e-Visa for Pakistani Nationals

With an approved 30-day e-Visa, you can visit Morocco for tourism or business. This feature allows you to travel for vacations, visiting friends and family, and business meetings.

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You cannot stay in Morocco long-term with an e-Visa. To stay more than 30 days, you must apply for a visa in person at the nearest Morocco embassy or consulate.

If you plan to visit Morocco for a reason outside of tourism or business, such as to work or study, you’ll also need to get an embassy visa.

e-Visa key features for Pakistanis

Number of entries Single entry
Reason for travel Tourism or business
100% Online Submit your application online and receive your e-Visa PDF via email
Validity 180 days
Length of stay 30 days

Morocco e-Visa for UK & UAE Residents

If you’re a Pakistani citizen living in the UK or the UAE, you can still apply for the Moroccan e-Visa with your Pakistani passport and supporting documents.

Morocco visa from the UK for Pakistani passport holders

The Morocco visa for Pakistani passport holders living in the UK is quick and easy to get. You can follow the same steps outlined on this page, which apply to all Pakistani citizens.

The visa requirements state that you must have a Pakistani passport and either a UK visa or UK residence permit. Your visa must be valid for at least 90 days.

Morocco tourist visa for Pakistanis living in the UAE

If you’re a resident of the UAE and you have a Pakistani passport, you’ll also need a UAE residence permit to apply for the Moroccan e-Visa.

Request a Moroccan e-Visa for Pakistani Travelers

To get an e-Visa, travelers must:

  1. Fill out the application form available online
  2. Complete payment of the eVisa processing fee
  3. Submit the application for review

The approved e-Visa and any relevant communications are sent via email. Travelers should print out a copy of the eVisa to show at border control in Morocco.

Moroccan e-Visa Documents Required from Pakistan

The following documentation is required:

Pakistani passport

  • Passport issued by Pakistan, valid for at least 3 months after the date of arrival in Morocco

Visa or residence permit

Pakistani nationals must hold a visa or residence permit from:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Ireland
  • Israel (residence permit only)
  • Japan
  • New Zealand
  • Schengen country
  • the UAE (residence permit only)
  • the UK
  • the USA

Visas must be multiple-entry and valid for 90 days. Residence permits must be valid for 180 days.

Pakistani citizens who do not meet all the Moroccan e-Visa requirements must apply for a traditional visa at an embassy.

Morocco e-Visa Application for Pakistani Passport Holders

On the online Moroccan e-Visa application form, you must provide your personal and passport details, including the following:

  • Full name
  • Date and place of birth
  • Country of citizenship
  • Occupation
  • Passport type
  • Passport number
  • Issuing country of the passport
  • Date of issuance and expiry of the passport
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Expected date of entry in Morocco
  • Expected date of departure from Morocco

All these details must be correct and up to date to avoid processing delays. Please double-check the information before sending the application for review.

Most Moroccan e-Visas are processed within 1 to 3 days. Pakistani passport holders should keep this processing time in mind and apply well ahead of their trip.

Morocco Entry Requirements for Pakistani Citizens

Upon entry into Morocco, Pakistani citizens may be asked to show the following documents:

  • Passport: Valid for 3+ months
  • Approved visa: Digital and paper copy
  • Visa or residence permit: Used to apply for the e-Visa
  • Return travel ticket: Showing departure from Morocco
  • Hotel booking or invitation: Proof of accommodation

The passport travelers show at border controls must be the same one they used to apply for the e-Visa.

Traveling from Pakistan to Morocco

The Morocco e-Visa makes traveling from Pakistan easier, thanks to the streamlined application process and faster border checks.

Having a Moroccan eVisa pre-approves travel to Morocco but does not automatically grant access to the country. Border officials make this decision after reviewing the documents of each traveler upon arrival.

Air, land, and sea ports

Pakistani travelers can enter Morocco via air, land, or sea, but the fastest way is via air.

Morocco has many international airports in Marrakesh, Casablanca, Tangier, Agadir, Rabat, and other important cities. Casablanca Airport receives the most international flights in Morocco and is the easiest one to fly into from Pakistan.

Although there are no direct flights from Pakistan to Morocco, there are several with one stopover that take between 13 and 22 hours to reach Casablanca.

Moroccan Embassy in Pakistan

Pakistani passport holders do not need to visit a Moroccan embassy to apply for the e-Visa. This is only necessary if another visa type is required.

Moroccan Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan

Address: Plot No 52, Street No 7, G5/4, Diplomatic Enclave

P. O. Box 1179, Islamabad, Pakistan

Office hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 16:00