Citizens from Lebanon are required to hold a visa when travelling to the Schengen Area.
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Generally, a short-stay visa issued by one of the Schengen States entitles its holder to travel throughout the 26 Schengen States for up to 90 days in any 180-day period. Visas for visits exceeding that period remain subject to national procedures.
Applications for Schengen visas shall be submitted to the Embassies. For contact details, see below.
For more information on the Schengen visa policy, follow the link Schengen, borders and visas.
For a set of frequently asked questions on Schengen visas, please follow the link Schengen FAQs.
Please note that it is necessary for staff working under projects financed by the EU to obtain a visa from a Lebanese embassy abroad before entering the country.
This obligation applies both to short stays (1-90 days) and to long stays (over 3 months). Unless such a visa is obtained prior to arriving to the country, the Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not issue the necessary residency permit (a residency permit is needed for stays exceeding 3 months). The visa obligation is valid also for accompanying family members.
Please note that it is not possible to obtain such visas upon arrival to Rafic Hariri International Airport.
NB: Please make sure to tick the box “Business” (and not “Tourism”) regarding the purpose of your visit on the immigration form that has to be filled when arriving to the Beirut airport. Ticking the wrong box will lead to delays in issuing the necessary work permit later on.
Lazarieh Bldg., Bloc A, 10th floor, Central District, Beirut
P.O.Box 11-1600, Riad el Solh, Beirut
Tel: 01/976 001 - Fax: 01/976 007
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3, Abou El Feda Str., Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Tel: 00202 273 83 155 - Fax: 00202 273 55 812
Embassies Complex, Army Str., Zkak el Blatt, Serail Hill, Beirut P.O.Box 11-5190 Beirut
Tel: 01/991 001/2/3 - Fax: 01/991 006
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Tabaris 812 Bldg., Bloc C, 4th floor, Ashrafieh, Beirut
P.O.Box 16-5513 Ashrafieh, Beirut
Tel/Fax: 01/218 860/1
Damascus Str., Beirut
Tel: 01/420 000 - Fax: 01/420 013
23 Muhammad Mazhar Str., Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: 00202 273 66 461 - Fax: 00202 273 65 139
Netherlands Tower, Charles Malek Ave., Ashrafieh, Beirut
P.O.Box 16-7190 Beirut
Tel: 01/211 150 - Fax: 01/211 174
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Makarios Ave. No. 9 – Severis Bldg., 5th floor, Nicosia, Cyprus
P.O.Box 27407, 1645 Nicosia, Cyprus
Tel: 00 357 22 375 131 - Fax: 00 357 22 756 456
Honorary Consulate General of Sweden in Beirut
Fattal Bldg., ground floor, Dany Chamoun Str., Sin El Fil, Beirut
Tel: 01/485 489 - Fax: 01/512 118
Embassies Complex, Army Str., Zkak el Blat, Serail Hill, Beirut
P.O.Box 11-471 Beirut
Tel: 01/960 800 - Fax: 01/960 855
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