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Women should take extra care, particularly when travelling alone or with friends of the opposite sex.If you are a woman travelling in Iran you should respect local dress codes and customs and avoid isolated areas. Unmarried partners and friends of the opposite sex travelling together should be discreet at all times.You should lodge your visa application well in advance of your planned date of travel: the application process can be long and unpredictable.Check the expiry date of your visa before travelling.Women, and girls over the age of nine, should wear a headscarf in visa application photos.If you enter Iran on a British passport, it must be valid for at least six months.Behaviour that is acceptable in Britain may be illegal in Iran.All travelers should take care to become familiar with local law and practice before they travel and to abide scrupulously by it when in Iran.
Men should wear long trousers in public; T-shirts and short-sleeve shirts are acceptable, vest tops are not.
Married women require their husband’s permission, while unmarried women and children require the permission of their father or male guardian.
Permission of the male head of household may be for a single journey or for multiple journeys until the passport expires. This means that the Iranian authorities do not accept that the British government has any legitimate role in relation to British nationals in Iran, if Iran considers them also to be Iranian.
This guide sets out some essential information for British nationals in Iran, including advice on health, education, benefits, residence requirements and more.
We are unable to provide any guidance on general lifestyle enquiries apart from the information and links listed below (see our information on what our consular staff can and cannot do for British nationals).