The Moroccan legislation relating to the entry and stay of foreigners in Morocco, states that any foreigner wishing to travel to Morocco must have a passport or other valid document issued by the State of which he/she is a national, recognized by the Moroccan State as a travel document (Law No. 02-03 of 11 November 2003).
The visa is entry and residence clearance for a limited period on the Moroccan territory issued by the competent Moroccan authority. It is marked by a sticker “visa” secure and specific.
The visa is valid from one day to three months or even a year in exceptional circumstances and, depending on the case, accompanied by one, two or multiple entries.
However, the fact of holding a visa does not provide an automatic right of entry. Control performed during the verification of a passport or travel document may also focus on the livelihoods and reasons for coming to Morocco of the person concerned and guarantees of repatriation in accordance with the law relative to the entry and stay of foreigners in Morocco.
It is up to the competent authority issuing the visa to determine the length of stay and duration of validity of visa depending on the profile of the applicant, type and category of visa requested and the number of entries. Types of visas granted.