How to Get a Student Visa for Antigua & Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda Student Visa

Antigua and Barbuda Student Visa

Want to earn your degree in warmer weather?  I’ll show you step-by-step below how to get a student visa for Antigua & Barbuda.

Go to my Antigua and Barbuda visa page for information on how to get a different type of visa for Antigua and Barbuda.

1
Find your consulate

First, find out which consulate is responsible for visas where you live.  This is where you will apply for your visa.

  • If you’re inside the U.S.:

 Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda, Washington DC
32 New Mexico Avenue N.W.
Washington DC 20016

  • If you’re outside of the U.S.: Find your consulate here.
2
Gather Documentation

Next, gather the required documents.

3
Visa fees

Visa Fee

  • Check the website of the embassy or consulate you found above for the latest visa fee.
4
Submit documents

Submit your documents and fees to your consulate found in Step 1.

  • If applying by mail, please enclose a prepaid air bill, courier account number or SASE so you can get your passport returned to you. Very important!
5
Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Antigua & Barbuda Consulate General will give to you your brand new Antigua & Barbuda visa.

6
Vaccination Requirements

Don’t get sick on your trip! Check vaccination requirements here.

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