Iran visa Fee
The total sum of your Iran visa fee depends on a couple of different factors like your nationality, the type of visa you are applying for, and the number of your entries. Although citizens of a number of countries don’t have to get an Iran visa and enter the country, you may find the list here.
On the other hand, there are places you can visit in Iran without having to get a visa, Iran free trade zones. If you are planning to travel to Iran and getting your visa on arrival, you need to pay a larger sum than those who get their visa from an Iran embassy or consulate general.
Applying for an Iran visa online is among the ways you can get your Iran visa. If you apply for your visa through Artin Travel after booking one of our Iran tour packages, your visa service will be FREE and you will only need to pay the standard Iran visa fee for your nationality. If you only wish to get your visa and no tours, the visa service fee will be 19 € .
By applying through Artin Travel, an accredited tour operator in Iran, not only you will be saving more than 7 days of your time in your visa process. It only takes us 3 business days to get your Iran visa. This way you will also greatly reduce the chances of your Iran visa rejection.
To travel to Iran, you must provide evidence that you’ve made appropriate arrangements for your TRAVEL INSURANCE in Iran. Compared to the essential role it plays in your trip, the cost of Iran travel insurance is not much at all.
Due to the latest Iran visa policies, all travelers must have an Iran travel insurance before they can get their visa. A valid travel insurance to Iran can be easily obtained through a short online application, and save you from a great deal of unforeseen problems. Although, travelers can also get their insurance from the airport they land in inside Iran, it is recommended that you have your insurance documents with you prior to your arrival in Iran. The Iran travel insurance costs about 12 Euro, and is a part of the additional costs of Iran visa fee.
If you hold any of these countries’ passport, then you don’t need an Iran visa to travel here.
You don’t need to get an Iran visa to enter the following Iran’s free trade zones. You can stay in any of these Iran free zones without a visa for as long as 30 days. If you plan on staying for a longer duration of time, we recommend you learn more about Iran visa policies.
Iran free trade zones are:
Tip: Remember that getting a visa at the port of entry is only possible if you fly in directly to a free zone in Iran. Kish island, for example.
All visas are single entry and maximum duration of stay is 30 days. Iran VOA fees for the different nationalities are:
Czech Republic: €75
Hong Kong: €80
Ivory Coast: €60
New Zealand: €150
Saudi Arabia: €30
Sri Lanka: €40
South Africa: €80
South Korea: €50
United Arab Emirates: €100
NOTE: Iran VOA fee is only accepted in cash and in Euros. No credits or debit cards are acceptable at Iran airports, or anywhere else in Iran, so don’t forget to bring your Iran visa fee with you.
NOTE: The visa desk, insurance desk and banks at all international airports work 24/7. You can find the list of all Iran international airports you can get your Iran visa on arrival from here.
Depending on what type of Iran visa you are applying for, the additional fees may differ from nationality to nationality. According to the official website of Iran embassy in Australia, Iran visa fees for different nationalities are in the table below.
|Tourist visa||Entry visa||Family visa*|
Up to 90 days
|Up to 45 days|
EU member countries
Iraqi, Syrian and Unspecified national holder of Australia travel document (convention of 28,July 1951)
Iraqi passport holder
It takes us 3 business days to get your visa from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after you fill out the Iran visa application form on our website and send us your documents + your Iran visa fees
Iran visa sponsorship is for those who want to travel to Iran but are unemployed, retired, or may for any reason find covering their expenses too difficult. Iran, similar to other countries, requires information from visa applicants and those who pay Iran visa fees. Students who are not working or paying for their travel expenses, as an example, need Iran visa sponsorship to be able to get their Iran visa.
Note that Individuals who do not have a certain income can, under certain circumstances, ask others to be their sponsors. A friend living abroad may submit an invitation to you or even sponsor you. This impacts the method positively. Consulates also investigate the risk of these people “violating the visa period” and “not returning back”. The more you know!
According to the Iran visa fee regulations, only one of your first grade legal relatives such as your mother, your father, wife, and children can be your Iran visa sponsor. Parents or legal guardians can also be your sponsors.