The Jordanian passport (Arabic: جواز السفر الأردني) is issued by the Civil Status and Passport Department (CSPD) to citizens of Jordan for international travel.
Jordan issues two types of passports:
Regular passport with a national number: issued to Jordanian citizens with full Jordanian nationality privileges.
Regular passport without a national number: Issued to [[[Palestinians]] who live in Jordan, East Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza Strip for international travel, starts with letter T for "Temporary". It is also given to Israeli Muslims as Israeli citizens are forbidden from entering Saudi Arabia, although that is changing.
Diplomatic passport: issued to the government officers who hold the Special Rank, House of Representatives, and Senate. It's distinguished by its red cover.
Jordan's passport is grey. The front side of the passport shows Jordan's coat of arms, with the name of the country above it and the inscription "PASSPORT" below it, as you can see on the image on the right. The passport contains the holder's name, photograph, signature, and date of birth, and other factors that help identify him or her.
Photo of passport holder (35x45 mm; Head height: 33mm; Distance from the top of the photo to the top of the hair: 4mm)
Countries and territories with visa-free or visa on arrival entry for holders of regular Jordanian passports
Visa free access
Visa on arrival
Visa available both on arrival or online
Visa-free for passports for public affairs
Visa requirements for Jordanian citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of Jordan. As of 1 January 2021, Jordanian citizens has visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 52 countries and territories, ranking the Jordanian passport eighth in the Arabic world in terms of travel freedom, according to the Henley Passport Index.