Miss Arab Pageant Official Website - الموقع الرسمي لمسابقة ملكة جمال العرب

In this Frequently Asked Question page, we will try to answer the most common questions. However, if you have any questions that are not answered here, please feel free to CONTACT US.

A: Fill out the Registration Form here, pay the required fee, and you'll be entered for a chance to be Miss Arab USA. More information about the pageant process can be found on the How it works page.

Absolutely yes. The pageant will include a talent segment, but it is optional. Those who participate in the talent portion will be given bonus points in the pageant, but not all contestants will be participating in the talent portion. Again, it’s optional and not added to the pageant's score. You will NOT lose your chance at winning the Miss Arab title if you choose not to participate in the talent portion.
A: Unfortunately, there is no way to determine how fluent you are. A part of the contest is Arabic ability. You will be competing against the other Pageant contestants on their Arabic ability. Only one portion of the competition will be in Arabic, all other parts of the competition will be in English.
A: Yes, your dad was born in an Arab country, therefore, you are qualified. His current residency does not matter.
A: Yes, you are qualified, as you were born in an Arab country.
A: You will represent your father's country.
A: No, if you, your parents, or your grandparents were not born in an Arab country, you will not be qualified.
A: Arab countries are 22 countries that are members of the Arab League: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
A: Yes, both covered & uncovered qualify, there are no head style limitations.
A: No, you must be 18 years of age before July 1st. However, you may submit an exception request to the pageant committee.

A: Eligibility requirements are posted on our Eligibility page.

A: Yes, it is possible for parents to stay in the hotel. However, they cannot stay in the same room. They may qualify for discounts through our hotel. The organization will provide free local transportation and accommodation for each contestant only. If your parents accompany you, they will be required to pay for themselves.
A: NO, there is no swimsuit contest or any other kind of contest requiring you to show your body uncomfortably.
A: Anyone can register regardless of their immigration status.
A: Yes, marriage is not a qualification or disqualification.
A: Unfortunately, no, all registration fees are non-refundable.
A: Yes, anyone may attend. You can purchase the Pageant's Ticket HERE.

A: No, we are looking at your personality, skills, knowledge, education and community involvement.
A: No, all final contestants must stay in the Resort and follow the Pageant's scheduled program (7 days).
A: No, your profile photos do not have to be professionally taken at all. The most important part is that your profile is fully completed with photos and all other required information.
A: Yes, pageant competition experience is not required. And probably all the other contestants have never been in a pageant before.
A: She will be involved in public events for one year representing the Arab Community here in the USA. She will be featured in the media, in TV appearances, and interviews, along with advertisement opportunities. Watch the current Miss Arab's activities HERE.

A: Please submit the Judge's Nomination form here for consideration
A: Contact our team at Info@MissArab.Org. We have a number of sponsorship packages or we can design one that caters to the needs of your company or organization.

A: Once you register you will be added automatically to our mailing list database and you will receive updates by email.
A: Please email us at Info@MissArab.Org or contact us HERE