Morocco will now require entry visas from three African countries
Citizens of Congo, Mali and Guinea-Conakry, who could previously enter Morocco without a visa, will now be required to show an entry permit at the border.
This “Electronic Travel Authorization” (eTA) must be requested a minimum of 96 hours prior to the trip and presented at the airport of departure and upon arrival in Morocco.
In the application form, travelers must specify the reason for their trip – whether for business, tourism or study – details that were not formerly required.
This measure is similar to that adopted by countries such as the United States and Canada, which receive large numbers of travelers.
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