How to Get a Business Visa for Guyana

Guyana Business Visa

Guyana Business Visa

Are you headed to Guyana on business?  If so, you might need to get a Business Visa depending on what country you are from.

(Go to my Guyana visa page for information on other types of visas for Guyana.)

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Guyana Business Visa.

  • Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Guyana:  No
    • On arrival, Guyanese Immigration normally grants U.S. visitors a stay of thirty days.
1
Find your closest consulate
  • If you’re inside the U.S., click here.
  • If you’re outside of the U.S.: Click here.
2
Gather documentation
3
Visa fee
  • Go to the website of the Embassy or Consulate you found in Step 1 in order to find out the latest fees that apply to you (fees may vary depending on where you apply and taking into account currency exchange differences from place to place).
  • If you are applying in the U.S., the latest visa fees are listed here http://www.guyana.org/.
4
Submit materials
  • Submission instructions will vary from consulate to consulate.  I recommend you check the submission instructions at the website of the embassy or consulate you found in Step 1.
5
Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Embassy or Consulate of Guyana will give to you your brand new Guyana visa.

6
Vaccination information

Don’t get sick!  Check vaccination requirements here.

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