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Extension of Visa
Extension of Visa

Application for extension of visas, including entry, tourist, and pilgrimage visas, are issued by the Police Department of Aliens Affairs based on justifiable reasons and approval of the mentioned Bureau.

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Do you have Iran tourist visa? You want to stay and visit Iran more? Many tourists want to extend their Iran visa so that they can stay in Iran and visit Iran more. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to extend Iran visa. You can extend your Iran visa whether you have a tourist visa or work permit visa. The good news is that, it’s possible to extend a 30-day tourist visa to 60 days, but harder to extend again, up to 90 days. If you are picking up your visa at an Iranian embassy and have permission to stay in Iran for 30 days, the Police Aliens Affairs Dept. usually extends your visa for another 30 days. Extending Iran visa on arrival is a little difficult, you may only get a 15-day extension. Visa extensions are available at the Police Offices of Foreign Aliens in major Iranian cities like Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashhad, and Tabriz. You can extend your Iran visa in other cities too but Plan your itinerary so that you can extend your visa in cities which are more familiar with tourists.

Note: The extension of your visa when you get it at the airport is dependent on the discretion of the Police Aliens Affairs Dept. If you have a 15-day Iran visa on arrival you only can extend it up to another 15 days.

Work permit visa will be extended by Police Aliens Affairs Dept. with Coordination of the Department of Aliens’ Employment at the ministry of labor and Social Affairs and based on a request by the Iranian sponsor of the applicant.

 

 Start the process early

Offices are open from Saturday to Wednesday, 7:30 AM - 2 PM. The offices are usually very crowded so go there in the morning and start the process faster. Start the visa extension process with 1-3 days left before your visa is expired.

 

 Documents for Iran visa extension

The process is simple, but as we mentioned above, it is depended on the discretion of the Police Aliens Affairs Dept. They may also ask you about the reason for your visa extension. If you have a tourist visa, say that you want to see more attractions in Iran. If you have a work permit visa, you should explain the reason more. All you have to do is to fill some forms and give photocopies of your passport and your visa. The documents needed are:

  1. Two passport photos
  2. Forms to be filled
  3. Copies of your passport and Iranian visa
  4. An entry stamp
  5. Pay for the visa extension (350,000 IRR plus about 50,000 IRR to buy a folder and for photocopies)

    Note: For women, photos have to be with scarfs.

In some offices, there is a copy box so you can make photocopies in the office, which of course is not for free! But usually, there is a long queue at the copy box. Please note that you should pay the visa extension money in cash. You should do the payment in “Melli Bank” and bring back the receipt.

Note: Don’t worry if they don’t know English for doing the payment in Melli Bank. Just say Visa, and they will help you.

 

How long does it take?

If you start early in the morning you might get the extension on the same day it usually takes between 1-4 hours. Otherwise, they keep your passport and you come back the next day and your extension is ready! The offices are usually crowded, plus in some cities like Mashhad there are a lot of Afghan and Pakistani people looking for residence permit extensions. If it is possible, ask a local to help you with the visa extension process. It helps a lot.

 

Visa extensions are available at the Police Offices of Foreign Aliens at the below addresses:

 

Frequently asking questions (FAQ) about Iran visa:

- How can I get Iran visa?

- Can I get Iran visa on arrival?

- Where is Iran’s embassy in my country?

- I want business/ multiple/ tourist Iran visa

- Ruls of Iran Visa

2020-11-27 | by Content production unit HiPersia
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Syed zaki
2018/12/22
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Hello i have australian travel document and i lost my passport 3 months ago and i found it back today from a shopkeeper and my visa got expired 3 months ago whats the process of getting out of iran for me?
Unknown replied 2018/12/22
Dear Syed Zaki, Hi If you are in Tehran, you should go to the Police Offices of Foreign Aliens, otherwise, go to the nearest Police+10 office and tell them that you've lost your passport They will advice you for all the needed process there
syednazar hussain
2018/11/20
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DEAR SIR / Madam,
could u inform me after 1 day my visit visa to Expire. i need a 30 day Extend my visa. now i am in Qom so plz. kindly help me to i am going to Tehran Pakistan Embassy .i can i do plz reply soon i am waiting. Regard
Hipeersia replied 2018/11/20
Dear Hussein you should go to the nearest Police+10 office, there they can help you.
Adnan
2017/12/17
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Dear Sir/Madam,
What is the procedure if I want to extend my visa as I suppose to leave Iran by 15 June 2017 but I am still here and not extend it.
Regards
Adnan
Hipersia replied 2017/12/17
dear adnan, you should go to the Police Offices of Foreign Aliens. They will guide you. best wishes
Mosoma jafari
2017/08/20
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Hi,
This is Mosoma with Australian passport. I have been in Iran with my kids (6 month girl & 6 year boy.)
I want to Khloe is it necessary to bring them for extension visa, considering I'm living in Semnan far a way from Capital.
Regards
Hipersia replied 2017/08/20
Hello Masoma, Thanks for your comment. It's better to take them to the police office. We have sent you an email to ask for more information.
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