Morocco

Morocco

The below provides a high level summary of immigration requirements for Morocco. Whether a traveler may enter as a business visitor or requires a work permit depends on the traveler's nationality, duration of stay and activities in the country.

Allowable Activities

  • Attending business meetings and discussions
  • Attending conferences or trade shows as an unpaid participant
  • Participating in classroom training (not delivering)

Basic Requirements

To be considered a business visitor, the foreign national must show:

  • That the purpose of the visit is limited, specific and determined
  • Proof of sufficient funds for trip in the form of bank statements
  • Round trip flight itinerary and hotel confirmation

Maximum Period Stay

The maximum amount of time a business visitor is typically admitted is 90 days.

Work Permit Types

The two most common work permit categories in Morocco are the Secondment Work Authorization and the Local Hire Work Authorization. Nationals of Algeria, Senegal and Tunisia do not require work authorization for Morocco.

Maximum Period Stay

Depending on the authorization type, the maximum period of stay can range from one to three years. Renewals may be possible.