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Visa Types & Categories to Apply for Iran

Visa Types & Categories to Apply for Iran

You can realize your planned trip to Iran by obtaining an Iran visa. Foreign nationals can apply for Iran visas for different reasons (tourism, business, cultural, and other purposes).

Iran has the following visa types:

  • Iran E-Visa
  • Iran E-Visa On Arrival
  • Iran Tourist Visa
  • Iran Entry Visa
  • Iran Student Visa
  • Iran Pilgrimage Visa
  • Iran Press Visa
Iran E-Visa

Iran E-Visa

Iran E-visa is an online way to obtain a visa to realize a trip to Iran.

Iran has an E-visa for entry, tourism, working, treatment, press, study, family, and investment purposes, e-Visas are issued online. Take note to correctly and fully answer all questions on the electronic visa application form; otherwise, you will have to reapply and reschedule your visa interview appointment.

The first step in the visa application process is to show your online application electronically. A visa interview is required for certain visa applicants, but some applicants can apply for a visa without an interview. Within 10 business days, you can wait until the application passes the necessary procedures.

When the embassy or consulate you are applying for tells you that you must have a visa interview, it is not necessary to complete the procedure of applying for a visa until you appear for an interview with a consular officer.

On the basis of the laws and regulations of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the intention of the trip as well as other considerations, will decide what kind of visa suits you best. You should be able to meet all the visa requirements as an applicant. Your documentation and records will be checked by a consulate officer and, if accepted, the form of visa you are eligible for will be determined.

 

Visa Types

Description

Who can apply

A - Entry

Visa for foreign nationals with a letter of invitation from ministries, state bodies, private & public sectors, for consultation, signing contracts, setting up purchased equipment,...

  • Members and Researchers of
  • Educational & cultural Faculty
  • Common Carriers, carrying goods and individuals
  • Officials, representatives of politics and economy, art and sports teams, foreign organizations, and experts
  • Internationally recognized traders and experts
  • The workers and affiliates of the United Nations
  • Relatives of foreign nationals residing in Iran

B - Tourist

Visa for foreign nationals who wish to travel to Iran for tourism purposes

  • Tourists

C- Pilgrimage

A visa for foreign Muslims who are preparing a trip to Iran's holy sites.

  • Muslim Tourists

D - Diplomatic
S - Service

 
  • Temporary personnel from diplomatic and consular departments and International organization offices in Iran
  • Temporary guests of diplomats or official staff staying in Iran
  • Diplomatic or official holders of passports at conventions, apprenticeships, cultural and educational services,...
  • Diplomatic or official holders of passports for touristic or pilgrimage purposes

E-Education

Visa for students or religious scholars from abroad who plan to study in Iran

  • School Students
  • Student
  • Researchers

F - Temporary Work

Visas for foreign nationals who want to work in Iran

  • Professional workforce
  • Specialists in the sectors of pharmacy, industry, ...
  • Engineers

G - Transit

A visa that requires foreign nationals to travel without a stay in Iran.

  • Drivers
  • Tourists
  • Traders

H - Media

Visas for international media, including radio, print, digital, press, as well as film directors and producers, records, ... traveling to Iran to work in the region.

  • Reporters
  • Producers
  • Cameraman

I - Investment

Visa for foreign investors whose investment permit has been issued by the Organization for Investment Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran

  • Traders
  • Investors

M - Marital

A visa for foreign men and their

descendants who are married to Iranian citizens. If the marriage is not yet registered in the Iranian legal system, it is possible to apply for an Entry Visa (Relatives).

  • Foreign men married women from Iran.
  • Children of a family of this kind

T - Medical

Visa for foreign nationals who wish to fly for medical purposes to Iran and who have already received a letter of approval from one of the approved medical centers

  • Patients with physical diseases

 

Citizens of Afghanistan and Bangladesh living in their own country must apply directly for a visa via the website of the MFA e-visa and obtain their visa from their country's Iranian Embassy/Consulate.

Citizens of Colombia, Iraq, Jordan, Pakistan, and Somalia may apply to receive their visas online via approved travel agencies.

Finally, residents of Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States are only allowed to enter and obtain their visas from approved travel agencies in Iran as part of an authorized and controlled trip, and they need more permits to make the procedure longer compared to other citizens.

 

Required Documents for Iran E-visa

 

 

1. Application Form
2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Photo

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Entry Visa

  • Invitation
    • Should be valid
  • A possible interview at the consulate can be required.

9. Tourist Visa

  • A possible interview at the consulate can be required.

10.  Pilgrimage Visa

  • A possible interview at the consulate can be required.

11. Diplomatic and Service Visa

  • Official or Diplomatic Passport

12. Education Visa

  • Certificate of Eligibility
    • From the Ministry of Science, Ministry of Education, or an accredited academic institution for Nonimmigrant Status of Student

13. Temporary Work Visa

  • Certificate of Labor
    • From an employer that is a sponsor in Iran, confirmed by the Ministry of Labor
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    • You will be asked to supply your present and past schooling and job experience in detail.

14. Transit Visa

  • Visa Declaration to the Next Destination

15. Media Visa

  • The Permit from the Center of Media & Public Diplomacy

16. Investment Visa

  • Approval Letter
    • From the Organization for Investment Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran

17. Marital Visa

  • Official Permission
    • From father concerning the children’s trip to Iran

18. Medical Visa

  • Approval Letter
    • From one of the competent medical centers

*Additional documents may be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran E-visa

The average processing time for Iran E-visa is 10 working days. The processing time of Iran E-visa may vary depending on your nationality.

 

Iran E-visa Application Fee

Iran E-visa fee varies depending on your nationality or your country of submission. You can get exact information about fees here.  

 

Where to Apply for Iran E-visa Application?

You will apply to Iran E-visa online. You can apply for an E-visa through this website (official governmental website).

Iran E-Visa on Arrival

Iran E-Visa on Arrival

Visitors can get an Iran E-Visa on Arrival for tourism, pilgrimage, and entry purposes only. The duration of the visa will be 30 days. You can extend your visa within Iran on the same online system.

Individuals with any other purposes must apply for the required visa prior to their arrival. According to the MFA, the Iran E-Visa on Arrival would be absolutely refused for journalists or reporters who come to Iran for job purposes, for diplomatic or service passport holders, and for those whose applications had already been denied for an Iranian visa.

All tourists wishing to receive an Iran E-Visa on Arrival should have applied online at least 2 days prior to arrival and received via email their “Iran Visa Grant Notice” or at least “Submission Notice”. Getting a visa grant alert for Iran guarantees and enables the issuing of visas upon entry.
 

There are currently Iran E-Visa on Arrival facilities available at 12 international airports within Iran. From any of the following airports, visitors can collect their e-VOA. The airports are:

  • Ahwaz International Airport
  • Bandar Abbas International Airport
  • Bushehr International Airport
  • Qeshm International Airport
  • Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport
  • Isfahan International Airport
  • Kerman International Airport
  • Kish International Airport
  • Mashhad International Airport
  • Urmia International Airport
  • Shiraz International Airport
  • Tabriz International Airport

 

Visa Types

Description

Who can apply

A - Entry

Visa for foreign nationals with a letter of invitation from ministries, state bodies, private/public sectors, for consultation, signing contracts, setting up purchased equipment,...

  • Members and scholars of the Scholarly & Cultural Faculty
  • Popular Carriers, carrying goods and
  • individuals
  • Officials, representatives of politics and economy, art and sports teams, foreign organizations, and experts
  • Internationally recognized traders and practitioners
  • The workers and affiliates of the United Nations
  • Relatives of foreign nationals residing in Iran

B - Tourist

Visa for foreign nationals who wish to travel for tourism purposes to Iran.

  • Tourists

C - Pilgrimage

A visa for foreign Muslims who are preparing a trip to Iran's holy sites.

  • Muslim Tourists

 

 
Eligibility

Citizens from all countries except below are eligible for Iran E-visa On Arrival:

  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Canada
  • Colombia
  • Iraq
  • Jordan
  • Pakistan
  • Somalia
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Indian people can travel to Iran and get their visas on arrival. Before their arrival, it is essential for them to get their Iran visa authorization code, have legitimate travel insurance, and pay €90 in cash for the E-Visa on Arrival charge at banks located at Iranian international airports. The Iran E-Visa on Arrival for Indians allows them to stay up to 30 days in Iran for tourism, pilgrimage, or medical reasons.

You can get additional information about eligible nationals from here.

 
Required Documents for Iran E-Visa on Arrival

 

 

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Photo

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Visa Grant Notice

  • Visa Approval
  • Tracking Code of the Visa
  • Invitation Letter
  • Reference Number of Visa
  • Authorization Code of Visa

9. Travel Insurance

  • Should be valid

*Additional documents can be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran E-Visa on Arrival

The average processing time for an Iran Tourist visa is a few minutes. All tourists wishing to receive an Iran e-visa upon arrival should have applied online at least 2 days prior to arrival and received via email their "Iran Visa Grant Notice" or at least "Submission Notice. Getting a visa grant alert for Iran guarantees and enables the issuing of visas upon entry.

 

Iran E-Visa on Arrival Fee

Iran E-visa on Arrival fee is 23-180 EUR, and it varies depending on your country and nationality. You can get exact information about fees here.    

 

Where to Apply for Iran E-visa on Arrival Application?

You will apply to Iran E-visa on Arrival online. You can apply for an e-visa through this website (official governmental website) and get your electronic visa on arrival.

Iran Tourist Visa

Iran Tourist Visa

Iran Tourist visa will be issued to foreign nationals interested in visiting Iran individually and in a group to visit Iran, as well as to their friends and families.

 

Required Documents for Iran Tourist Visa

 

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport.

3. Two Photos

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Authorisation Number

  • Obtained upon acceptance by the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran at the behest of the Iranian organization's counterpart (sponsoring ministry, company, Business Corporation, or institution, etc.)

9. For Minors:

  • Copy and English translation of either birth certificate/proof of adoption/custody decree if parents are divorced/death certificate of parent
  • Letter of consent from parent/s or legal guardian/s, if traveling unaccompanied

*Additional documents can be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran Tourist Visa

The average processing time for an Iran Tourist visa is 7-10 working days. It depends on your visa application country.

 

Iran Tourist Visa Fee

Iran Tourist Visa fee is approximately 23-137 USD, and it varies depending on your country and nationality.

 

Where to Apply for Iran Tourist Visa?

If you are not eligible for Iran E-Visa on Arrival, you will apply for an Iran Tourist visa in Iran visa application centers, embassies, or consulates, whichever accepts visa applications in your country of residence. If there is none of them in your country, you need to apply to the nearest embassy or consulate to your location.

Iran Entry Visa

Iran Entry Visa

Iran Entry visa will be issued to foreign nationals wishing to travel to Iran for official business, trade agreements, participation in seminars/conferences (economic, cultural, etc.), work-related issues, or sports events.

 

Required Documents for Iran Entry Visa

 

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Two Photos

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Authorisation Number

  • Obtained upon acceptance by the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran at the behest of the Iranian organization's counterpart (sponsoring ministry, company, Business Corporation, or institution, etc.

9. For Minors:

  • Copy and English translation of either birth certificate/proof of adoption/custody decree if parents are divorced/death certificate of parent
  • Letter of consent from parent/s or legal guardian/s, if traveling unaccompanied

10. Invitation Letter

  • From Company/Authority/Organization/Conference indicating the purpose of visit

*Additional documents can be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran Entry Visa

The average processing time for an Iran Entry visa is 7-10 working days. It depends on your visa application country.

 

Iran Entry Visa Fee

Iran Tourist Visa fee is approximately 25-230 USD, and it varies depending on your country and nationality.

 

Where to Apply for Iran Entry Visa?

If you are not eligible for Iran E-Visa on Arrival, you will apply for an Iran Entry visa in Iran visa application centers, embassies, or consulates, whichever accepts visa applications in your country of residence. If there is none of them in your country, you need to apply to the nearest embassy or consulate to your location.

Iran Student Visa

Iran Student Visa

Iran Student visa will be issued to foreign nationals who want to study in Iran. This visa applies to those who are admitted to the state college or state university in Iran.

 

Required Documents for Iran Student Visa

 

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Two Photos

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Authorisation Number

  • Obtained upon acceptance by the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran at the behest of the Iranian organization's counterpart (sponsoring ministry, company, Business Corporation, or institution, etc.)

9. Acceptance Letter

  • From University/Organization/College in Iran

10. For Minors:

  • Copy and English translation of either birth certificate/proof of adoption/custody decree if parents are divorced/death certificate of parent
  • Letter of consent from parent/s or legal guardian/s, if traveling unaccompanied

*Additional documents can be required.

If you are traveling to Iran less than last year you should submit your papers by post (passport, visa application form and two photos and identification number and stamp envelopes back and visa fee), you do not have to come to the Embassy Consular Department to check up on your application or to obtain your passport. Your passport will be shipped back to you after your visa application has been approved.

 

Processing Time for Iran Student Visa

The average processing time for an Iran Student visa is 7-10 working days. It depends on your visa application country.

 

Iran Student Visa Fee

Iran Student Visa fee is approximately 25-230 USD, and it varies depending on your country and nationality.

 

Where to Apply for Iran Student Visa?

If you are not eligible for Iran E-Visa on Arrival, you will apply for an Iran Student visa in Iran visa application centers, embassies, or consulates, whichever accepts visa applications in your country of residence. If there is none of them in your country, you need to apply to the nearest embassy or consulate to your location.

Iran Pilgrimage Visa

Iran Pilgrimage Visa

Iran Pilgrimage visa will be issued to foreign nationals who want to travel to the holy places of Iran.

 

Required Documents for Iran Pilgrimage Visa

 

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Two Photos

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Authorisation Number

  • Obtained upon acceptance by the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran at the behest of the Iranian organization's counterpart (sponsoring ministry, company, Business Corporation, or institution, etc.)

*Additional documents can be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran Pilgrimage Visa

The average processing time for an Iran Pilgrimage visa is 7-10 working days. It depends on your visa application country.

 

Iran Pilgrimage Visa Fee

Iran Pilgrimage Visa fee is approximately 10-90 USD, and it varies depending on your country and nationality.

 

Where to Apply for Iran Pilgrimage Visa?

If you are not eligible for Iran E-Visa on Arrival, you will apply for an Iran Pilgrimage visa in Iran visa application centers, embassies, or consulates, whichever accepts visa applications in your country of residence. If there is none of them in your country, you need to apply to the nearest embassy or consulate to your location.

Iran Press Visa

Iran Press Visa

Iran Press visa will be issued to foreign nationals who are Journalists and Press representatives.

 

Required Documents for Iran Press Visa

 

The applicant should carry the following documents to the Press Division of the Embassy in person:

1. Press Visa Form

  • Should be filled out correctly

2. Applicant’s Passport

  • Copy of all pages

3. Proof of Visit

  • A Letter from the Media
    • Where the applicant is working (in which the objective of the trip must be clearly outlined in detail)

4. Previous Works of Applicant

  • Samples or links (preferably about Iran)

If approved and the visa is to be issued, the correspondent or his/her representative must carry the following documents to the Consulate Section of the Embassy:

1. Application Form

  • Completed and signed correctly by the applicant (one copy)

2. Passport

  • Validity minimum of six months beyond the date of your departure from Iran.
  • Signed by bearer
  • Passport not older than 10 years (issued in the last 10 years)
  • At least one or two free “visa pages.”
  • Undamaged pictures securely affixed with/to passport

3. Two Photos

  • NEW! Should not be older than 6 months.
  • A frontal view of the face-covering 70-80% (32-26mm) of the photo.
  • A uniform and white background.
  • Clear facial features and eyes – not covered by hair or glasses frame.
  • Passport size

4. ID Card Copy

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

5. Residence Permit/Visa Copy (if your country of residence and citizenship are different)

  • Should be valid during your travel dates

6. Travel Itinerary

  • Flight ticket reservation
  • Accommodation confirmation/reservation (hotel booking, house contract, apartment reservation, etc.)

7. Proof of Financial Sources

  • Bank statements, cash, traveler's cheques, vouchers, etc.

8. Authorization Number

  • Obtained upon acceptance by the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran at the behest of the Iranian organization's counterpart (sponsoring ministry, company, Business Corporation, or institution, etc.)

*Additional documents can be required.

 

Processing Time for Iran Press Visa

The average processing time for an Iran Press visa is 7-10 working days. It depends on your visa application country.

 

Iran Press Visa Fee

Iran Press Visa fee is approximately 30-455 USD, and it varies depending on your country and nationality.

 

Where to Apply for Iran Press Visa?

If you are not eligible for Iran E-Visa on Arrival, you will apply for an Iran Press visa in Iran visa application centers, embassies, or consulates, whichever accepts visa applications in your country of residence. If there is none of them in your country, you need to apply to the nearest embassy or consulate to your location.

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FAQ

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Do I need a visa to Iran?

All travellers to Iran must obtain a visa from one of the Iranian diplomatic missions unless they are from an Iran visa-free country or eligible to obtain an E-visa on arrival (e-VOA).

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What happens if my Iran visa application is rejected?

If your Iran visa application is rejected, you will be notified by your mission that your application has been unsuccessful. You will be informed of the grounds on which it was rejected and have one month to appeal the decision by writing to the Iran mission. Your application will then be reconsidered. You can also apply to visa again, if your circumstances are changed.

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Will my fees be refunded if my visa is refused?

All fees are non-refundable and will not be refunded if your visa application is not successful.

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Can I extend the validity of my Iran visa?

Yes, most of the visas are extendable within Iran.

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Do I have to participate in the embassy or Visa Administrative Center in person, if I am not applying to e-visa?

It depends on your country of residence or the embassy/consulate/Visa Administrative Center’s rules and obligations.  In some countries, sending your documents via courier is enough to the embassy/consulate/Visa Administrative Center.

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Can I get a refusal for my e-visa application?

Despite it rarely happens, it is possible to get a refusal from the Iran e-visa application.

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