Iran visa extension in Khorramabad

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Re: Iran visa extension in Khorramabad

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Please read and post reports on the visa extension process in Khorramabad below.

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Iran visa extension in Khorramabad

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Ok, I will.
I successfully got a one-month extension in Khorramabad, Lorestan, last fall. An out-of-the-way place too !
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Re: Iran visa extension in Khorramabad

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We successfully extended our visa with 30 days in Khorramabad.

The office you need to go is at the backside of the main police office. On Mirzaei street, the entrance is somewhat halfway. There are separate entrances for men and women. We simply asked: 'visa?' and the people there could tell us which entrance was the right one. Once through the entrance, cross the square and go into the main building. Take the stairs to the first floor and turn right. The office is the first one on your right hand side.

We arrived before nine o'clock, but it was not busy at all so potentially no need to be there early. We brought a note in Farsi that asked for a 30 day extension to allow us to visit more of the country. We brought two copies of our passports, visa and passport pictures (my partner wore a black hijab on the picture, because the people at the photo studio decided this was necessary after a lengthy discussion). Only one item of each seemed to be necessary, but better be safe than sorry. We paid 750.000 rial for two extensions. The payment was done in cash at. the office, so no need to go to a bank. The officer that needed to approve our extension with his signature was not there when we visited, so we had to return around midday to collect our extensions. When we returned later, we had to wait for fifteen minutes and we were handed our extensions. The extensions were 30 days from the expiry date of our original visa, so that was a definite plus.

Overall, a relatively smooth process and a quiet office.

Happy extending,

Bart
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