The following forms are needed to apply for the Umrah and Hajj Visa.
- Hajj and Umrah Visa Application
- Hajj and Umrah Mafaza Travel & Hajj Agency Registration Form
- Notarized Mahram Permission Letter for Ladies Traveling Without Her Husband with A Relative or A Group.
Documents Required for Hajj and Umrah Visa
All pilgrims are required to have the following:
- A completed and signed copy of Mafaza Registration form (click here to get this form)
- A completed and signed visa application for Hajj or Umrah form (click here to get this form)
- A passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure with a minimum of four empty pages
- Two passport size photos
- Meningitis ACYW vaccination certificate signed and stamped by a doctor for adults and children over two years
- Proof of kinship such as marriage certificate for couples and birth certificate for children under 18 years old.
- A pre-paid envelope to return your processed documents.
For Ladies and Children Who Are Going to Hajj or Umrah:
Proof of relationship:
- Married couples: copy of marriage certificate is required
- Children under 18 years: copy of birth certificate is required
- Ladies not traveling with their husbands must be 45 years or older, must have a notarized letter from their husbands, and a copy of their spouse’s ID with a signature. (Click here to get this form)
- Single, divorced or widow ladies not traveling with a mahram must be 45 years or older, and must have a notarized letter from her mahram, and a copy of her mahram’s ID with a signature. (Click here to get this form)
Pilgrims with a Non-Muslim Name:
A letter from an Islamic institution on a formal letterhead to certify conversion to Islam.
Non-US Citizen Applicants:
Must submit colored copy of permanent resident card (Green Card, H1 visa, work permit or re-entry permit.