A passport and a visa are required to enter Jordan. Jordan issues visas to U.S. citizens for a fee at most international ports of entry and at most international land border crossings upon arrival. However, visas are not issued upon arrival at the land border crossing between Israel and Jordan known as the King Hussein Bridge crossing. (On the Israeli side, this crossing is known as the Allenby Bridge.) U.S. citizens must already be in possession of a valid visa to Jordan or have a special entry permit from the Jordanian Ministry of Interior to enter Jordan at this crossing.
Foreigners who wish to stay longer than the time given to them by Jordanian immigration upon entry into Jordan must register at a Jordanian police station before expiration of that time. Travelers who fail to register properly subject themselves to a fine of 1.5 Jordanian dinars (approximately $2.10) per day of overstay. This fine is usually assessed at departure.
Please note that non-U.S. passport holders are responsible for obtaining the required documentation applicable for their entry
An American citizen holding a valid US passport does not need to obtain a visa prior to traveling to Israel. However, U.S. citizens are required to present a valid passport that has at least one blank visa page and the passport should not expire within six months of the last day you are in the country.
A tourist visa, valid for a 3-month stay, will be issued upon entry to Israel. Legal residents of the U.S. holding a valid American Re-Entry Permit or a Refugee travel document must apply for a visa.
Please note that non-U.S. passport holders are responsible for obtaining the required documentation applicable for their entry.