Visa requirements for Comorian citizens

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Visa requirements for Comorian citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of other states placed on citizens of Comoros. In 2014, Comorian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 45 countries and territories, ranking the Comorian passport 83rd in the world (tied with China and Jordan).[1]

Visa requirements map[edit]

Countries and territories with visa-free or visa on arrival entries for holders of regular Comorian passport

Visa Free[edit]

Countries and Territories Maximum stay
 Bermuda 6 months
 Cook Islands 31 days
 Dominica 21 days
 Ecuador 90 days
 El Salvador N/A
 Haiti 3 months
 Hong Kong 15 days
 Malaysia 1 month
 Federated States of Micronesia 30 days
 Niue 30 days
 Philippines 21 days (For more than 21 days up to 59 days, visa issued upon arrival)
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 14 days
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 month
 Singapore 30 days
 Uganda 6 months

Visa upon arrival[edit]

Countries and Territories Maximum stay
 Bangladesh 90 days
 Cambodia 30 days
 Djibouti 1 month
 East Timor 30 days
 Egypt 15 days(Valid for south Sinai resorts only)
 Kenya 3 months
 Laos 30 days
 Macau 30 days
 Madagascar 90 days
 Maldives 30 days
 Mauritius 2 weeks
 Mozambique 30 days
   Nepal N/A
 Nicaragua N/A
 Palau 30 days
 Saint Lucia 6 weeks
 Samoa 60 days
 Sao Tome and Principe 1 month
 Seychelles 1 month
 Tanzania 90 days
 Togo 7 days
 Tuvalu 1 month
 Zambia 90 days

Visa Required[edit]

Countries and Territories Exception
 Andorra Apply regulation of France or Spain.
 Bulgaria Except for transit.
 Burkina Faso Not required in extreme cases.
 Burundi Visa on arrival possible if there is no diplomatic representative of burundi located in country of origin
 Cape Verde Not required for former nationals of cape verde islands. Visa on arrival for those coming from countries where no diplomatic representation is established.
 Costa Rica US, Canada or EU visa accepted.
 Dominican Republic US, Canada or EU visa accepted.
 Gibraltar UK visa accepted (must be valid for one year).
 Guam Same conditions as for mainland US.
 Guatemala US, Canada or Schengen visa accepted.
 Honduras US, Canada or Schengen visa accepted.
 India Except for those holding a PIO card (Person of Indian Origin).
 Iran Need a pre-approval code obtained at
 Liberia Visa exemption if coming from country without diplomatic representation of Liberia.
 Macedonia Schengen visa accepted.
 Mongolia Visa on arrival if arriving from countries where there is no diplomatic representation of Mongolia.
 Montenegro Visa exemption of 7 days if holding US or Schengen visa.
 Nigeria Except for former Nigeria Nationals.
 Northern Mariana Islands US visa accepted.
 Pakistan Visa not needed if holding a Pakistan Origin Card (POC).
 Puerto Rico Except if arriving directly from US.
 San Marino Same rules as for italy.
 Somalia Except if of Somali origin.
 South Korea Visa exemption if holding visa or residence permit from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand or USA. Visa exemption if previously entered Republic of Korea.
 Sri Lanka 30 days (ETA required. cost: US$30) [1]
 Sudan Except if of Sudanese origin.
 Syria Except if born in an arabic country.
 Turks and Caicos Islands US, Canada or UK visa accepted.
 United States Virgin Islands Except if arriving directly from US.
 Uruguay Except if born in Uruguay.

See also[edit]

Comorian passport


  1. ^ "Global Ranking - Visa Restriction Index 2014" (PDF). Henley & Partners. Retrieved 25 May 2015.