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Anguilla Immigration Information Entry Visa


All visitors arriving on the island of Anguilla must present a passport that is valid for at least six more months. Previously, citizens of the United States were able to enter Anguilla with proof of US citizenship, such as a birth certificate or driver's licence. However, as of 23 January 2007, the US government issued a statement that requires all US citizens to have a valid passport to travel to Caribbean Islands, including Anguilla. US citizens will be required to present their passport upon return to the US. All travellers must also show proof of a return or onward ticket in order to enter Anguilla.


Citizens of Canada, the EU (except Bulgaria and Romania), UK and US do not need a visa to enter Anguilla, as long as they plan to stay in the country for no more than six months.

Citizens of countries not referred to above are advised to contact the London Passport Office or their local British High Commission/Embassy to check visa requirements.

Those who are travelling to Anguilla for diplomatic or official business are exempt from visa requirements. You can contact the Anguilla tourist board to find out the rates for acquiring a visa.

Knowing Anguilla's customs policies and entry requirements will allow you to have a virtually hassle-free arrival and departure so you can focus on having fun.

Types of Visa & Cost

The cost of a single entry visa is EC$200 and a multiple entry visa is EC$500.





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