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AddressAv. Jorge VI 375
Las Condes
Phonelocal: (02) 2212.1766
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» Can I visit Morocco without a visa?

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Sat, 24 Feb 2018 00:10 EST
Morocco visa contact us on whatsapp now 00212700418566
Now we have to start.
But first you have to know that we have to send you the following papers.
1 Invitation and entry consent to Morocco
2 copies of the national card for the owner of the invitation
3 Airline Booking
4 Hotel Reservation
5 Travel Insurance
and send it to you through the DHL
Administration in Egypt If you have anyone in Morocco, we can communicate with him for you so you can make sure all the files are in effect.

And you're all you need to attach to your country's consulate.
and bring with them your bank account statement

Cost per person $200
But the ambassador alone has the right to accept or reject the visa
Tue, 28 Feb 2012 17:22 EST
wll u dnt need visa for visiting morocco
Christopher Ricketts
Fri, 11 Mar 2011 20:12 EST
Visa application for Morocco
Dear Sir/Madam

I am a South African National living in Chile and working as a tour guide in patagonian Chile. I have a temporary residency visa and a Chilean Cedula. My family lives in the UK and we would like to travel together to Morocco in April.
Is it possible for me to apply for a visa in Santiago?

Yours truly.

Mr C.S.Ricketts

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