H1 Visa Holder: Copy of H1 or Work & Re-Entry Permit.
Photographs: Four recent passport size photographs with white background and applicant’s name on the back of each photo.
Vaccination: Original vaccination certificate for meningitis (valid up to 3 years). Not required for children under 12 years.
Marriage Certificate: Copy of notarized marriage certificate for husband & wife.
Birth Certificate for Children: Copy of birth certificate (if last name on the passport is different).
Children traveling with one Parent: NOTARIZED permission letter from the parent that’s not traveling, with a photocopy of his/her passport and driver license.
Muslim with a non-Islamic name on the passport:(click here to download) Statement in writing from the local Islamic center validating their conversion to Islam.
Sisters accompanied by their Mahram (non-marriageable male relationship such as father, brother, maternal uncle, son etc): Copy of their birth certificate indicating relationship.
Sisters traveling alone (must be over the age of 45): (click here to download) NOTARIZED letter from a mahram giving permission to travel for Hajj with Sirat Al-Mustaqeem Hajj group (If the last name of the person giving permission letter is different than the applicant then birth certificate indicating the relationship is required)
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