Dress Code in Iran
What do women wear in Iran ?
It’s quite acceptable for women to allow whips of their hair to frame their face. Appropriate hats & caps can do this function as well as scarves. Scarf is the most common covering for head and is called “Roosari” in Farsi. Body : Should be covered with loose clothes like man shirt, coat or manteau.The most common uniform consists of a head scarf (roo-sari, روسری) to conceal the head and neck, a formless, knee-length coat known as a roo-poosh (روپوش) and a long dress or pair of pants.
Passenger customs rules
Passenger customs rules
The Customs of Iran honors your presence in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The present notebook is designed to familiarize you with the customs regulations of Iran and we have tried to explain the important points and information you need in plain language. It should be noted that customs regulations will help to achieve this goal in order to protect the health, safety and health of people, the environment and the conservation of plant and animal species, and your cooperation with customs officials.We introduce the Customs Code of the Islamic Republic of Iran more than entering the discussion of passenger regulations.
In any place you see, this signifies the presence of Iranian customs officers and you can refer to these individuals or customs offices for information. This badge also appears on the identification cards of customs officers. Also, the uniforms of the uniforms of the men’s customs officers, coats, trousers, and shirts are in two colors: white and blue, and the colors of the women’s dress uniforms.
1. Customs regulations for passenger goods
A – Exit passengers
Exit passengers, whether they are Iranian or non-Iranian, can carry Iranian goods in any kind of goods and non-Iranian goods, in addition to travel equipment and personal belongings, up to the limit prescribed in the Code of Entry of Travelers, provided that both groups of goods do not have a commercial aspect.
Antique objects and textbooks are prohibited.
Foreign nationals who are officially employed or studying in Iran may, at the end of their studies or study, be able to remove their home-grown appliances from the country without a license or business card.
Departure of dry land with the passenger, to a degree not commercially possible, is permitted. The maximum amount of pistachios allowed to leave for each passport is 10 kg and saffron is 100 grams per passport.The bove restrictions do not apply to tourists who have a passport.
Pistachio, Dill, Saffron is prohibited for travelers to Aqaba and other sanctuaries.
Carpet and glime
Passengers entering the country after completing the application form for entering the currency for entering more than $ 5,000 in foreign currency should take their foreign exchange reserves into account.
In accordance with the regulations of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the withdrawal of foreign currency in the form of a bank transfer with a passenger abroad up to $ 5,000 or equivalent to other currencies and the issuance of more than $ 5,000 in foreign currency with the presentation of an exchange statement or relevant bank statement; or Any bank document that issues a payment in a bank account from an account currency or currency sale is subject to the seal of the bank branch.· The amount of departure and arrival of Iranian Rials with a passenger is up to 500,000 Rials (500,000 Rials).
Gold and silver
The entry of gold jewelery with passengers such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, bracelets, watches, etc. is at the usual level and is authorized for personal use, and the entry of surplus is subject to prior authorization from the central bank.
Exit of personalized passenger carriages, up to 150 g of a variety of gold artifacts will be allowed.
The removal of artifacts and silverware as gifts and souvenirs by travelers is limited to a maximum of 3 kg, provided that the objects mentioned are not considered to be cultural and historical.
Artwork and antique items
The removal of antique objects, original works of art, linear books and lithographs, calligraphic parts, miniature papers, precious coins and any historical or cultural heritage is prohibited.
Weapons and ammunition
The withdrawal of weapons and ammunition and military equipment from the country is prohibited