Libya Visa

Libya Visa

Libya Visa

Select Your Libya Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Libya Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Libya Business Visa Requirements
  4. Libya Visitor Visa On Arrival

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Libya Visa

  • Libya ranks as one of the most difficult visas to get (for foreigners of any country).
  • Like the North Korea visa process, you are going to need to apply for a Libya visa through a licensed tour operator if you are coming for tourist purposes.
  • The Government of Libya will not allow you to enter the country if you have a passport bearing an Israeli visa or entry/exit stamp from Israel.
  • Libyan authorities informed the U.S. Department of State in November 2010 that Arabic passport translations are not required for U.S. citizen tourists.  Most European tourists now travel to Libya without the passport translation, and since June 2010, U.S. tourists have entered Libya without having the translation.
  • The Libyan government requires all its citizens, including dual nationals, to enter and depart Libya on Libyan documents.  In some cases U.S. citizens of Libyan descent have entered Libya on an old or expired Libyan identity document and then discovered that they cannot depart Libya without obtaining a valid Libyan passport, which can be a time-consuming, cumbersome process.

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