Passport valid for six months required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Required by all nationals referred to in the chart above except the following:
(a) transit passengers continuing their journey to another country by the same or first connecting aircraft within 24 hours provided holding valid onward or retur
n documentation and not leaving the airport. Transit visas can only be issued at Jordanian airports/airlines and not at embassies or consulates.
Note: Nationals not referred to in the chart above are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements (see Important Addresses).
1. (a) Nationals referred to in the chart above can obtain a one month, single-entr
y visa on arrival at any point of entry in to Jordan except for the King Hussein Bridge at the Jordan/Israel border. Multiple-entry visas can only be obtained at the nearest embassy/consulate. (b) Visas may be extended for three or six months by registering with a police station in Jordan. (c) If visiting Israel and the Palestinian authority it is advisable to obtain a multiple entry visa before departure. (d) For stays over six months, nationals are required to take an AIDS test at a local government medical authority.
Tourist, Transit and Business: £21 (single-entry); £31 (multiple-entry). Visa on arrival: JD10 (single-entry). Application fee: £5.
Validity varies according to nationality. For Australian, Canadian, UK and US nationals, visas are valid as follows: Tourist: Two months for single-entry if obtained from the embassy or two weeks if obtained at the airport, these can be extended at any Jordanian police station; Multiple-entry are valid for six months; Business: Three months. After the first two weeks of stay, all visitors holding a visa must report to the nearest police station.
Five working days. If application requires approval, four to six weeks.