palestine passport holder

by mohamed dara

Can a Palestine passport holder get a free visa on arrival?

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Sep 02, 2012
Out of coverage
by: D.Phothisane


I wish I can answer your question, but I've no idea.
I've not done a research on other countries other than Laos. I'm sorry I can't be of help to you.

Sep 02, 2012
visit visa(renewable)
by: Anonymous

can i have a visit visa to phillippines for maximum i year(renewable) im married to Filipina .what are the requirements if possible

Jul 16, 2012
Jordan passport holders can't get Lao visa on arrival
by: D.Phothisane


Jordan passport holders are not entitled to Lao visa on arrival. FYI: the list of nationalities that can't get Lao visa on arrival can be viewed here

Hope this helps,

Jul 16, 2012
Jordanin passport
by: Anonymous

The Jordanin passport can get visa on arrival or not?

Oct 26, 2011
No free visa to Laos for Palestine
by: D,

Hi Mohamed Dara,
Thanks for dropping by and leaving the question.

The answer to your question is YES and NO.

YES, you can get a Lao visa on arrival at Lao international airports and land border crossing that marked international crossing, though you have to pay a fee of US$30.

NO, you can't get a FREE visa to Laos (not that I know off). I haven't heard of anything about Laos-Palestine visa free agreement. Unless the governments of the two counties have signed a visa exemption agreement, the visa is not free.

However, the good news is that Palestine is not in the list of ineligible countries for Lao visa on arrival. So... you're free to arrival at the airports and get the visa.

Hope this clear things up for you.

All the best,

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