e-Visa Jordan 🇯🇴

Electronic Visa (with or without Jordan Pass)

Since March 19, 2023, nationals of over 100 countries, including France, Belgium, Switzerland and Canada, have been required to apply for an e-Visa for Jordan. This visa, also known as an e-Visa, allows entry and stay in Jordan for 30 days, on the basis of one or 2 entries.

Applications for a Jordanian e-Visa are made online, via the Jordanian Ministry of the Interior. The process is quick and easy, and the response is usually prompt.

Once you have obtained your e-visa, you need to print it out and present it on arrival in Jordan, in addition to your passport. The Jordanian e-visa is a practical and cost-effective solution for travellers to Jordan. It saves time and money, and is accessible to a large number of people.

Apply for an e-Visa Jordan

Single rate of 29 € per passenger
Excluding consular fees, if applicable

Frequently asked questions about e-Visa Jordan

Planning a trip to Jordan? Visa formalities are an essential part of preparing your stay. Fortunately, the Jordanian authorities have introduced an electronic authorization system: e-Visa. Thanks to this modern, fast solution, you'll be able to save time in the process.

Let's take a look at the e-Visa application process for Jordan, including eligibility, length of stay, deadlines, consular fees and documents to be provided.

What is the e-Visa for Jordan?

The e-Visa is an electronic visa enabling foreign travelers to visit Jordan without having to go to an embassy or consulate to obtain a traditional visa on their passport. Travel authorization is granted by the Jordanian authorities via the Internet, and the document received by e-mail must be presented on arrival at the point of entry into Jordan (e.g. at the airport).

e-Visa eligibility for Jordan

To check whether you are eligible for an e-Visa for Jordan, please consult the list of countries concerned published by the Jordanian authorities on their official website. In general, nationals of many countries are eligible for this type of visa, including the European Union, the United States, Canada and others.

Visa exemptions

Some travellers do not need a visa to enter Jordan:

  • Citizens of the Gulf States(Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates).
  • Persons holding a special pass issued by a Jordanian mission abroad.

Authorized length of stay with e-Visa for Jordan

The e-Visa for Jordan allows you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. You have 90 days from the date of issue to arrive in Jordan. This is a single-entry short-stay visa, meaning it does not allow you to enter and leave Jordan several times. We offer another option with a 2nd entry.

Extension of e-Visa

Under certain conditions, it is possible to extend the validity of the e-Visa for Jordan with the local Passport and Immigration Department. The stay can be extended up to a maximum total duration of 6 months.

Processing times and validity of e-Visa for Jordan

The e-Visa application process for Jordan generally takes 72 working hours, although times vary depending on the documents provided and the nationality of the applicant. It is therefore recommended to apply for an e-Visa at least one week before the planned date of travel.

Once granted, the e-Visa for Jordan is valid for 90 days from the date of issue. It is therefore advisable to plan your arrival in Jordan within this period.

Consular fees for e-Visa to Jordan

Applying for an e-Visa for Jordan involves a consular fee, the amount of which varies according to the applicant's nationality. The fee is usually around 40 JOD(€53) for European nationals, to be paid by credit card when applying online. Please note that additional fees apply if you apply through an intermediary visa agency.

Documents required to apply for an e-Visa for Jordan

To apply for an e-Visa for Jordan online, the following documents must be prepared:

  • A valid passport: The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of your entry into Jordan, and have at least one blank page for entry and exit stamps.
  • Travel details: It is also necessary to provide certain information about your trip, such as your planned arrival and departure dates, and the address where you will be staying in Jordan.

Once your application has been processed, the e-Visa will be e-mailed to you in PDF format. It should then be printed out and presented to the Jordanian authorities on arrival in the country.

What is the e-Visa for Jordan?

The e-Visa for Jordan is an electronic visa that enables citizens of over 100 countries to travel to Jordan without having to visit a Jordanian embassy or consulate. The visa can be obtained online from the Jordanian Ministry of the Interior's website, or via an agency that specializes in these procedures.

Does the Jordan Pass waive the visa fee?

The Jordan Pass waives visa fees for citizens of certain nationalities (who are able to obtain a visa on arrival). The condition is to stay a minimum of 3 consecutive nights in Jordan and to have purchased the Jordan Pass before arrival in Jordan. The easiest way is to apply for an electronic visa in advance of your trip.

Which nationalities can obtain a visa on arrival in Jordan?

Nationals of the following countries can have a Jordanian visa on arrival: Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bhutan, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, North Korea, South Korea, Ecuador, Estonia, Eswatini, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Greece, Grenada, Greenland, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Kiribati, Kosovo, Lesotho, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Spain, Luxembourg, Macao, Macedonia, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Palau, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Dominican Republic, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, San Marino, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, El Salvador, American Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Suriname, Tajikistan, Czech Republic, Thailand, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Vatican City, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

Which borders require a visa on arrival in Jordan?

Queen Alia Airport and Sheikh Hussein Bridge (Jordanian/West Bank border) provide a Jordanian visa on arrival. The Sheikh Hussein Bridge (Eilat-Aqaba border) provides a visa on arrival only for Jordan Pass holders, provided they are staying a minimum of 3 nights in Jordan.

If I have a Jordan Pass, how can I cancel consular fees already paid?

You will need to present your Jordan Pass at the airport visa office to waive the fee.

Can I apply for a visa for Jordan online?

Depending on your nationality, you may be able to apply for a visa for Jordan online, saving you the hassle of queuing on arrival.

What documents do I need to obtain a Jordanian tourist visa online?

You'll need a copy of your passport in color, valid for at least 6 months at the time of arrival, and your Jordan Pass number (if already obtained).

Do minors need a visa for Jordan?

Minors need a visa to enter Jordan. If accompanied by their parents, children under 12 can enter tourist sites free of charge.

What types of tourist visas are available for travel to Jordan?

There are several types of e-visas for Jordan:

  • e-Visa valid for 1 entry, to be used within 2 months, authorizing a 30-day stay.
  • e-Visa valid for 2 entries, to be used within 3 months, authorizing a stay of 30 days per entry.
  • 6-month Multi-entry e-Visa: This e-Visa is valid for 6 months from the date of issue and allows multiple 30-day trips to Jordan.
  • 1-year Multi-entry e-Visa: This e-Visa is valid for 1 year from the date of issue and allows multiple 30-day trips to Jordan.
  • 5-year Multi-entry e-Visa: This e-Visa is valid for 5 years from the date of issue and allows multiple 30-day trips to Jordan.

ℹ️ We only offer the first 2 e-Visas via our services.

What is the difference between the Jordan Pass and the e-Visa?

The Jordan Pass is a tourist package designed for visitors to the Kingdom of Jordan. It allows holders to visit over 40 sites and attractions. Depending on your nationality, the Jordan Pass may waive visa fees. The e-visa, or electronic visa, enables you to apply for a visa to enter Jordan online. This can save you queuing at immigration on arrival.

Can I change my travel dates after the Jordan e-visa has been issued?

The Jordanian e-Visa is valid for 90 days from the date of issue. Depending on the e-visa you choose, you can enter the country for the duration of its validity. The authorized length of stay begins when you arrive in Jordan.

Which nationalities are exempt from visa fees for Jordan?

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Which nationalities are exempt from visa requirements for Jordan?

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Can I apply for an e-Visa if I am going to do business in Jordan?

Business is one of the accepted reasons for applying for electronic visas in Jordan.

What visa do I need to visit Petra in Jordan?

Depending on your nationality, you can apply for a tourist e-Visa for Jordan, which allows you to visit Petra.

With what's happening in the Middle East, is it risky to travel to Jordan?

In general, Jordan is considered a safe country for travelers. However, there are a few potential risks to consider, including:

  • The threat of terrorism is a constant risk in the Middle East region, including Jordan. The Jordanian authorities are taking steps to combat the terrorist threat, but it is important to remain vigilant.
  • Crime is relatively low in Jordan, but there is some petty crime, including pickpocketing. It is important to keep your personal belongings safe, especially your travel documents, money and cell phone.

Jordan: compulsory and recommended vaccines

Mandatory vaccines

  • Yellow fever: A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travelers coming from countries where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission.

Recommended vaccines

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B: For long or repeated stays.
  • Meningitis: In case of prolonged stay in close contact with the local population or during an epidemic.
  • Rabies: In case of prolonged stay, in isolation. Children: As soon as they are old enough to walk.
  • Typhoid fever: In case of prolonged stay or in precarious hygienic conditions. Children: from age 2.