In an effort to expedite your business transaction with the Embassy, and save you valuable time, we have placed the necessary forms on the Internet for you to download at your convenience. You may select the form you need from the list below.
Media accreditation for journalists, photographers, film/video producers mass media researchers and book writers:
Tanzania Information Services (MAELEZO),
And for Zanzibar, please contact:
Researchers and academic book writers should send the application and fee directly to:
To process for a Working Permit in Tanzania, please contact :
The Commissioner for Labour,
Ministry of Labour Youth and Sports Development
Residents permit are processed in Dar-es-Salaam. Foreign investors are required to apply for Class A Resident's Permit while expatriate staff should apply for Class B Permits. Class C Permits are for other categories such as missionaries and students. Application for Residents Permits should be forwarded to:
The Director of Immigration Services,
Other forms from the Ministry Of Home Affairs - Immigration Department:
When a citizen of The United Republic of Tanzania desires to contract a marriage with a citizen of another country, a certificate of no impediment is needed if the law of that country requires him/her to produce one. This certificate is proof that no legal impediment to the intended marriage is known to the responsible authority in Tanzania (Registrar - General of Marriages).
The Embassy does not issue such certificates (RGM. 13) but can make available application forms (RGM. 12). The applicant must forward these forms directly to:
The Registrar - General of Marriages,