Vedran, after having more to do with Moroccos officials than I ever wanted to (after an accident of a friend in the country) I'd recomend you to bring as much "official looking" documents together as you can, eg. a students ID instead of the employment certificat or a detailed route planing instead of reservations. Try to have at least one (again official looking) stamp on each document. Then go to an embassy and talk to the peopel. Moroccos officials are impossible fussy bureaucrats but usualy very friendly and helpfull once you sit next to them and are able to ask them for a solutions. If you're not able to speak to them they just follow their official path and do not bother about anything else. Show them in any way you want to spend a lot of money in the country (at least 500-1000€), ask for everything you're nor shure of and try to have your mind if you have to. But the problem is you can't never be shure, a lot is depending on the person treating your case...