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Visa policy of Oman

Visitors to the Oman must obtain a visa prior to travel unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or one of the countries whose citizens are eligible for visa on arrival.

Citizens of member nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council may travel to the Oman without visa limits. Nationals of 65 other countries are granted free visa on arrival to the Oman for a period of 30 days. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.[1]

All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.

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Visa policy of Oman

Visa exemption

Citizens of the following countries do not require a visa to visit Oman and may use National ID Cards to enter the country:

Holders of a visa or entrance stamp of the Emirate of Dubai that is valid for at least 21 days are visa exempt.
Holders of a visa for Qatar that is valid for travel to Oman and valid for at least one month and who are nationals of visa on arrival eligible countries are visa exempt when arriving directly from Qatar.
Holders of diplomatic or official passports of South Korea do not require a visa for up to 90 days.

Visa on arrival

Citizens of the following 65 countries and territories may obtain a visa on arrival valid for 30 days (extendable once for a fee):

Airline visas

Visas to Oman can be obtained online though the electronic website of the Omani Royal Police.[7]

Admission refusal

Citizens of Israel are refused admission to Oman.[8]


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See also

External links

  • Royal Oman Police
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