How to Get a Visitor Visa for Antigua & Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda Visitor Visa

Antigua and Barbuda Visitor Visa

Care to tour the islands?  I’ll show you below how to get a visitor 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.

  • Visa required for U.S. citizens:  No, just have a valid passport.  If you are planning to stay in Antigua & Barbuda for a long time  (greater than 180 days), I’d be sure to bring with you the following items:
    • Onward or return ticket
    • Confirmation of accommodation
    • Recent bank and/or credit card statement, letter of employment, etc
  • Visa required for non-U.S. citizens: Citizens of the following countries on this list DO NOT require a visa for entry into Antigua and Barbuda on holiday or business.
Find your consulate

If you live in the U.S. and are NOT a U.S. citizen, first, find out which consulate is responsible for visas where you live. This is where you will apply for your visa.

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

Next, gather the required documents.

Visa fees

Check the website for the visa fees.

Submit documents

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

Receive your visa

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

Vaccination Requirements

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

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About Addison Sears-Collins

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