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      The following countries granted the visa free travel/visa on arrival on Pakistan Passport. which means that Pakistani citizens enjoy visa-free access to these countries and territories for short-term tourism visits.

      Africa


      • Burundi (Visa granted upon arrival).
      • Comoros (Visa granted upon arrival).
      • Djibouti (Visa granted upon arrival for 10 days or 1 month).
      • Egypt (Visa granted upon arrival for 14 days for visiting South Sinai resorts only).
      • Kenya (Visa granted upon arrival for 3 months).
      • Madagascar (Visa granted upon arrival for 90 days).
      • Mozambique (Visa granted upon arrival).
      • Seychelles Visa free for 30 days
      • Togo (Visa granted upon arrival for 7 days).
      • Uganda (Visa granted upon arrival).


      Americas


      • Dominica (Visa free for 25 days).
      • Haiti (Visa free for 3 months).
      • Montserrat (Visa free for 3 months).
      • Saint Kitts and Nevis (Visa free for 1 month).
      • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Visa free for 1 month).
      • Trinidad and Tobago (Visa free).
      • Turks and Caicos Islands (Visa free for 30 days).


      Asia


      • Iran (Visa on arrival for 15 days)
      • Laos (Visa granted upon arrival for 30 days; one passport photo required).
      • Macau (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
      • Maldives (Visa granted upon arrival for 30 days).
      • Nepal (Visa granted upon arrival for 60 days).
      • Sri Lanka (Visa granted upon arrival for 30 days).
      • Timor-Leste (Visa granted upon arrival for 30 days).


      Oceania


      • Cook Islands (Visa free for 31 days).
      • Federated States of Micronesia (Visa free for 30 days)
      • Niue (Visa free for 30 days)
      • Palau (Visa granted upon arrival for 30 days).
      • Samoa (Visa free for 30 days)
      • Tuvalu (Visa granted upon arrival for 1 month).
      • Vanuatu (Visa free for 25 days)


      FOR UPDATED INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT Embassies/Consulates or your travel agent.
      Last edited by jaaf00; Sep 28th, 2008 at 03:54 AM.
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      is this source from where you took this credible?? if this is true i am going to iran today!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Aisha dubaiwali View Post
      is this source from where you took this credible?? if this is true i am going to iran today!
      here's the Iran source

      Press TV - Visa-free Iran trip for D8 citizens

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      i would go to maldives
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      I never applied for Iran E-visa but you can check it too.

      if you are interested in to visit Iran

      http://evisa.mfa.gov.ir:7780/mfa/

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      Quote Originally Posted by Lafanter View Post
      i would go to maldives
      National Pakistan (PK) /Destination Maldives (MV)

      Passport required.
      - Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid
      for the period of intended stay.

      Visa required.

      Visa Issuance:
      - On arrival: if required, visa can be issued for a max. stay
      of 30 days. (SEE NOTE 21235)
      NOTE 21235: Normal passport holders being nationals of

      Pakistan wishing to stay for more than 30 days, to a max.
      not exceeding 90 days, must obtain local sponsorship. In
      the case of: already being in the Maldives and extending a
      stay beyond an original 30 days stay: the sponsor must
      inform Immigration at Male before the expiry of the 30 days

      visa on arrival; or arriving in Male for an intended stay
      of between 30 and a max. of 90 days: the passenger must
      obtain a local sponsor prior to arrival. The sponsor must
      inform Immigration at Male at least one day prior to the

      arrival of the passenger. Whichever is applicable, the
      total stay in Maldives cannot exceed a max. of 90 days.
      Additional Information:

      - Visitors must hold tickets and documents required for their
      return/onward journey. Visitors entering the Maldives
      without a hotel reservation or a Maldivian sponsor

      For more information contact

      R. ZAFAR A. TAPAL
      Honorary Consul General of Maldives in Pakistan

      Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Maldives
      Ameejee Chambers, Campbell Street
      P.O. Box 51, Karachi 74200, Pakistan

      Office Hours : Saturday - Thursday 1000 - 1600 hrs
      Telephones : 92-21-2627945, 2621912 (Direct)
      92-21-2625492-6 (PABX)
      Telefax : 92-21-2627817, 2621910
      E-mail :avsltd@avs.com.pk
      Last edited by jaaf00; Sep 28th, 2008 at 03:59 AM.

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      this is sooo nice!!!
      Why this Kolaveri Di?

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      I'd go to Iran by road, if the Balochistan route is still open.

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      save for maldives and seychelles, i see my paki passport is only good for famine stricken, natural distasters and war infested countries... nice
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      Chaloo Chaloo Maldives Chaloo!

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      Quote Originally Posted by khawateen View Post
      save for maldives and seychelles, i see my paki passport is only good for famine stricken, natural distasters and war infested countries... nice
      LMAO, cheer up, it's not that bad !! The Iranian one is quite useful, I've had problems getting Iranian visas on my Passport :/

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      Quote Originally Posted by khawateen View Post
      save for maldives and seychelles, i see my paki passport is only good for famine stricken, natural distasters and war infested countries... nice
      Not agreed.

      here's the GDP & Per Capita (average per person) of some of the countries along with OUR Pakistan

      All of the following countries are much richer than Pakistan

      Pakistan

      GDP (PPP) 2008 estimate
      Total US$ 459.95 billion
      Per capita US$2,592


      Egypt

      GDP (PPP) 2007 estimate
      Total $403.961 billion
      Per capita $5,491

      Dominica

      GDP (PPP) 2005 estimate
      Total $468 million
      Per capita $6,520

      Montserrat

      GDP (PPP) 2002 estimate
      Total $29 million
      Per capita $3,400

      Saint Kitts and Nevis

      GDP (PPP) 2002 estimate
      Total $339 million
      Per capita $14,649

      St. Vincent and the Grenadines

      GDP (PPP) 2002 estimate
      Total $342 million
      Per capita $7,493

      Trinidad and Tobago

      GDP (PPP) 2007 estimate
      Total $23.79 billion
      Per capita $18.300

      Cook Islands

      GDP (PPP) 2005 estimate
      Total $183.2 million
      Per capita $9,100

      Palau

      GDP (PPP) 2006 estimate
      Total $157.7 million2
      Per capita $10,000

      Samoa

      GDP (PPP) 2006 estimate
      Total $1.218 billion
      Per capita $6,344

      Iran

      GDP (PPP) 2007 estimate
      Total $753 billion
      Per capita $10,624

      Macau

      GDP (PPP) 2007 estimate
      Total US$15,997 m
      Per capita US$36,357

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      I didn't have to get a visa when I went to HongKong back in 2004, did they change it now? I was issued a 30 days visa at the airport.

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      Yes, Hong Kong has changed its visa policy. Now u have u get a visa label which comes through air mail from HK Immigration Service. Immigration Department | ????? Apply directly to them by air mail or courier and they sent visa label in 3-4 weeks. Fee is HK$160. It is sad that to have this requirement in place for Pakistani passport since mid 2005. Just adds to the delay.

      Since you are in Vancouver, if you fly Cathay Pacific to for traveling to Karachi, it is worth to have HK stay for 3-4 days.

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      As far as I know Malaysia grants on-arrival visas to Pakistanis as well, but is missing in the list above.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Umer View Post
      As far as I know Malaysia grants on-arrival visas to Pakistanis as well, but is missing in the list above.
      From 1st Aug, 2008 they have suspended VOA (Visa on Arrival) for us

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      Quote Originally Posted by jaaf00 View Post
      From 1st Aug, 2008 they have suspended VOA (Visa on Arrival) for us
      Oh I didn't know that. My cousin just travelled there on his Pk passport in July, so I thought it still applies.

      This is unfortunate.
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      Me and my Pakistani husband who has only a Pakistani passport went to the Maldives with visa free and was granted visa at the airport.
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