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Lebanon Visa

If you want to visit Lebanon, a land of rich history and vibrant culture, you will need to secure a Lebanon visa. The Lebanon visa can be obtained from the Embassy, through the mail, or directly in Beirut.

The Lebanon visa can be valid for 15 days, one month, or between three and six months beginning on the day of entry into the country. However, if your passport shows you have been to Israel, you will be denied entry to Lebanon. Furthermore, you will only be granted a Lebanon visa for tourist purposes.

Those who hold Iraqi passports can acquire their Lebanon visas once they arrive at the Beirut airport on the condition that they hold $2000 in cash, a return ticket, and a secure hotel booking.

Application requirements for a Lebanon visa are set by the embassy. For underage children, visa applications require a consent letter from their parents stating that they are allowing their child to travel.

Citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (which include Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia), as well as companions who are relatives, servants, and chauffeurs, may be granted a free entry visa if they are coming for tourism purposes.

Additional information may be found at:
VisaHQ
US Passport Service Guide
or
Project Visa

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