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Consular Info:  Morocco


Travelers to Morocco must have a valid passport.   Visas are not required for American tourists traveling in Morocco for less than 90 days.  For visits of more than 90 days, Americans are required to apply for an extension (with a valid reason for the extension of stay).   Travelers who plan to reside in Morocco must obtain a residence permit.  A residence permit may be requested and obtained from immigration authorities (Service Etranger) at the central police station of the district of residence.

For further information on entry requirements for Morocco, please contact the Embassy of Morocco at 1601 21st street, NW, Washington, DC 20009; telephone (202) 462-7979 to 82, fax 202-462-7643, or the Moroccan Consulate General in New York at 10 E. 40th Street, New York, NY 10016; telephone (212) 758-2625, fax 212-779-7441. The website for Morocco is

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