After we receive your application form, the first page of your passport scan and Visa service fee , the formal application will be submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and will go under the official procedure. The output will be an authorization letter which will be faxed to the Iranian Consulate which you have indicated in the form. We will give you this letter’s reference code with which you will be able to collect your visa. This code is only valid to the mentioned consulate and only for 30 days from the date of issue and visa stamp is valid for 3 months.
2. Collecting the Visa from The Consulate
Having the reference code, you will refer to the consulate with your passport (which must be valid for the next 6 months), the completed visa application form (which can be picked from the consulate or be downloaded from their website), 2 new passport size photos (with covered hair for ladies, at some consulates), the visa stamp fee
(which depends on your nationality) and the authorization reference code, (Always check the needed documents with the consulate, as there may be differences from one consulate to another.)
Please fill out the form below so that we apply for your Iran visa authorization (invitation) number. Please read the Iran visa page carefully before the application and let us know if you have any question.
Your passport should be valid for at least six months from when you submit an application, and needs to have two or more blank pages. Otherwise, your application may be rejected.
If you are from USA , United Kingdom or Canada Please do not complete this form and contact us
for more information.
Editor’s Note:Retired Eau Claire County Judge Thomas Barland recently spent nearly two weeks in Iran. Barlandestimates he has taken 75 foreign trips, visiting about 70 countries. He wrote this account for the Leader-Telegram.
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