Visa policy of Iraq
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In accordance with the Iraqi law, citizens of all countries require a visa to visit Iraq. However, visitors from certain countries are given a visa on arrival in select airports and certain countries are banned from entering Iraq. 
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Visa on arrival
Nationals of the following countries may obtain a visa on arrival at Al Najaf International Airport and Basra International Airport, or otherwise as noted:
- May obtain a visa on arrival in any port of entry
A visa is not required for holders of diplomatic or service passports for nationals of
According to the KRG Representative Office in Vienna, visitors to Iraqi Kurdistan may enter visa-free for up to 30 days (unless noted otherwise) if being holders of one of the following passports: 
According to IATA, Bangladeshi citizens are barred from entering Iraq from 14 Aug 2019. This restriction applies even if they have a visa.  However, transit is permitted.
Nationals of Israel are also banned from visiting Iraq in general, except Iraqi Kurdistan where Israeli citizens are allowed to travel.
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