Jordan visa Information, Jordan Embassy address

Jordan Visa Information:


There is no mistaking the fact that Jordan is a Kingdom steeped in history and culture. From the moment you arrive, you get a sense of its rich heritage, all around are remnants of ancient civilizations long since past, yet they still remain, stamped into the very fabric of this amazing Kingdom and etched into the soul of the people who live here.

Visa Requirements

  • Effective July 16, departure tax for Jordanians and non Jordanians departing the kingdom from any airport is JD 20.
  • Any tickets issued after this date are inclusive of departure tax.

Any tickets issued prior to this date are subject to departure tax to be paid upon departure from any airport.
The cost of one entry visa for all nationalities is JD 10 (around $14) for all nationalities and for multiple entries it is JD 20 (around $28).

Groups of five persons or more arriving through a designated Jordanian tour operator are exempted from all visa charges.

Departure taxes for non Jordanians are 5JD , around $7, from any border.

Certain nationalities require an entry visa to be obtained prior to travel. Please select from the drop-down list below to see which nationalities require visa clearance. The below list is meant solely as a useful tool and that data within it is subject to change without prior notice. It is recommended that you check with the Jordanian diplomatic mission in your country prior to travel to ensure that you have all the necessary paperwork for travel.

Arrivals at Aqaba, either through the port, the airport or at the crossing from Israel or Saudi Arabia , are granted a free visa to Jordan . There is no obligation associated with this visa, provided that they leave the country within 1 month of arrival, and that they do not need to ‘renew’ their visa .

Those holding an ASEZ visa, and wishing to stay longer than 1 month must extend it at the ASEZA office in Aqaba and not with their local police station as holders of a normal visa would do

Visitors arriving to Jordan at any entry point other than Aqaba, are entitled to a free visa (i.e. arrival tax is exempt). However, they must report this to the authorities and must register with the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) visa office in Aqaba within 48 hours of their arrival in Jordan . Those failing to register are liable to payment of the visa when they leave the Kingdom.

All visitors, without a specific exemption, must pay the exit tax whether holding an ASEZ visa or not, and whenever leaving the country.

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