Saturday, March 13, 2010

IRAN IMMIGRATION

 
Shia Islam is the official religion of Iran, and Islamic law is the basis of the authority of the state. The Iranian Constitution guarantees freedom of worship to Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians, though they are sometimes the subject of discrimination and repression.
Iran is a constitutional Islamic republic with a theocratic system of government where ultimate political authority is vested in a learned religious scholar, the Supreme Leader.

IRAN TOURIST VISA

IRAN tourist visa is issued for foreign nationals who are interested to travel to Iran individually or with a group for the purpose of visiting Iran or their relatives.

REQUIREMENT FOR TOURIST VISA

  • Two completed visa application forms
  • Valid passport, for at least 6 months
  • 3 recent photos (size 3x4cm)
  • Visa fee
  • Return envelop with address and prepaid postage to cover cost of registered mail.
  • Interview, if necessary
IRAN TRANSIT VISA


IRAN TRANSIT VISA will be issued for foreign drivers carrying cargo to Iran or other countries. For these cases, it is necessary to coordinate in advance with the Diplomatic Missions of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

REQUIREMENT FOR TRANSIT VISA
  • Two completed visa application forms
  • Valid Passport, for at least 6 months
  • 3 recent photos (Size 3x4cm)
  • Possession of visa for the third country for drivers who carry cargo to destinations in other countries.
  • Payment of visa fee
  • Return envelop with address and adequate prepaid postage to Cover of registered mail.
  • Interview, if necessary.

IRAN ENTRY VISA


IRAN ENTRY VISA is a permission issued for foreign experts and businessmen who travel to Iran for a limited period of time once twice or multiple for economic, commercial, cultural and industrial purposes.

REQUIREMENT FOR ENTRY VISA
  • Two completed visa application forms
  •  Valid passport for at least six months
  •  3 recent photos (size 3x4cm)
  •  Visa fee
  •  Return envelop with address and adequate prepaid postage to cover the cost of registered mail.
  •  Interview, if necessary.

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