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Yes, we must bring our printed e-visa, and present it together with our passport.
Yes, we must carry the printed eVisa and present it upon arrival in the country along with the documentation required by the government authorities.
The transit eVisa is valid for 6 months from the time it is approved. This eVisa can only be used for transit in the country, and since it is a double entry visa, we are covered for the outward and return transit.
There are 2 different eVisitor, one valid for 6 months and single entry, and the other valid for 12 months and multiple entry.
It allows 2 entries, which would be round trip, but between one and the other they cannot exceed 6 months of validity.
The Antigua and Barbuda transit eVisa does not allow us to stay in the country. We will only be able to stay the hours necessary for our transit, not exceeding 24 hours.
The visitor's visa is processed online, and through Visagov it will take you no more than 10 minutes to process it. In case of missing data or documentation, it will be saved as pending completion. You will always be able to access your application.
Antigua and Barbuda eVisas can take between 2 to 10 days to be approved.
Many countries do not require a visa to travel to Antigua and Barbuda, what they do require is a visitor's eVisa.
No, it is not possible to change the date on an eVisa that has already been approved. If the date it has been approved is not correct, you will need to apply for a new eVisa, paying the corresponding cost.
It is not possible to change any information on an eVisa that has already been approved. If we have made a mistake, we must reapply for a new visa online and cover the costs of this procedure again.
No, the U.S. ESTA is only valid for the 50 states that make up the United States. If we are traveling to the United States and Antigua and Barbuda, we must apply for eVisas for both countries.
To travel to Antigua and Barbuda, most nationalities do not need a visa, we can only enter the country with a visitor eVisa for a maximum of 30 days as long as we travel for tourism or for any non-remunerated leisure activity. If our stop in the country is exclusively to make a flight transit, we must request the Transit Visa.
Both the Visitor or Transit eVisas are completely processed online through the government or specialized companies such as visagov.com, where we will help you with the process.
The Visitor eVisa can be applied for in 2 versions, valid for 6 or 12 months. The 12-month version is a multiple entry version, which allows us to travel to the country during the year of validity of the eVisa as many times as we need, although we cannot exceed each stay to more than 30 days.
The duration and conditions of the visa may be subject to the nationality of the applicant.
The government reserves the right of admission, so they can always deny us entry to the country, even if our eVisa has been approved. We must not lie or omit relevant information when applying for our eVisa, otherwise we may be denied entry into the country. We may also be denied entry into the country if government authorities believe that we may represent a threat to security or national interests.
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