You need a visa to travel to these countries if you are a Virgin Islands America Citizen
Are you planning an exciting trip abroad? Wanting to go travelling before university or as part of a career break? Whenever you start to plan your next holiday, you should always check whether you need a visa and if so, what kind.
What do I need to do?
The first step is to find out what kind of visa you require, as it could be either a standard visa or a visa on arrival (VOA).
If your destination country requires all Virgin Islands America citizens to have a visa prior to travelling, then you need to leave plenty of time to get this organised. These can take time to complete as you will need to fill out the correct forms and submit the relevant identification.
For some, this may be a simple process but for others, it can be confusing and stressful because if you get this wrong, you may end up flying there and not be able to enter the country. We believe getting support from experts like us, can make this process simple and stress-free. Get in touch today to find out more about how we can help.
Are all visas the same?
No. Put simply, each country will have different requirements on visas, depending on the passport you hold, which in this case, is a Virgin Islands America one. This is why it’s vital for you to do your research on these requirements, to make sure you can legally travel to that country and have everything prepared before your departure.
Travelling to multiple countries
For those that wish to travel through more than one country, or go on trips across borders whilst over there, you must check the visa requirements for every country to visit. Just because your visa is valid for where you travel to, it may not be for neighbouring countries. Our advice is to prepare a list of potential countries you wish to visit, and look at our website to find out if a visa is required and if so, what kind.
Confirm if you need a visa today
Take a look at the list below and find out whether you need a visa to enter your chosen destination.