Category: Iran Visa Service
INQUIRY: (From Nader) I want to come with my wife (Filipina) to Iran. We are in Bangkok (Thailand) right now and I want to get visa for her. I called the embassy here and they told me to visit a travel agency. I decided to inquire from you also.
REPLY: (using viber) There is visa-on-arrival for Filipinos. My nephew visited us here on early March 2016 from KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) he got his visa at the airport.
Naufar Ganih: Nader, welcome home! how much did you pay for your wife's visa?
Nader: Thank you – the whole process was hassle-free. I paid 15 USD for insurance plus, 65 usd (55 Euro) for visa. That's all, see you and let's have fun!
Disclaimer: We accept NO responsibility for any damages as a result of any changes of law or regulations and policies as they are entirely at the hands of Iranian and Philippine authorities in relation to their arrival and departure approval. We strongly advise to check and re-check the validity of this Iran visa-on-arrival and Phillippine Immigration policy before traveling. Otherwise traveler must accept full responsibility for any inconveniences caused by their own actions.
Visitors to Iran must obtain a visa from one of the Iranian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or countries eligible for visa on arrival. All visitors must hold a passport valid for at least 6 months.
PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR PASSPORT TYPE
D — diplomatic passports
O — official passports
S — service passports
For example: Filipinos holding (D) diplomatic passports or (S) service passport are entitled for Iran visa on arrival.
Visa on arrival
Iran tourist visa can be obtained upon arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days (extendable for another 15 days), at the following airports, as by April 2017.
• Isfahan International Airport (Isfahan)
• Kish International Airport (Kish Island)
• Mashhad International Airport (Mashad)
• Dayrestan Airport (Qeshm Island)
• Shiraz International Airport (Shiraz)
• Tabriz International Airport (Tabriz)
• Imam Khomeini International Airport
Iran Visa Extension Address:
Police Office of Foreign Aliens in Tehran : Dr. Fatemi Junction, Vali-Asr Ave.
Police Office of Foreign Aliens in Tehran : Shahid Motaheri Kohenor Junction St.
Disclaimer: We accept NO responsibility for any damages as a result of any changes of law or regulations and policies as they are entirely at the hands of Iranian authority. We strongly advise to check and re-check the validity of this visa-on-arrival policy before traveling. Otherwise traveler must accept full responsibility for any inconveniences caused by their own actions.
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