Antigua & Barbuda Visa – Antigua & Barbuda Visa and Passport Requirements

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To be prepared for your trip to Antigua & Barbuda, you must have all of your paperwork ready before you leave. One of the numerous advantages of visiting this part of the world is that you don’t need a tourist visa if you don’t plan on remaining for more than 180 days.

Despite this, there are still some important steps to take to ensure your travel doesn’t get delayed. Before traveling, always check the validity of your passport, as Antigua and Barbuda mandates that your passport be valid for at least 90 days ahead of your departure date. You should also double-check that your passport has enough blank visa pages to cover your journey. Before leaving, it is usually recommended that you have two full blank pages.

Additionally, you’ll want to confirm that no transit visa is required for any countries where you plan to spend time during your visit to Antigua & Barbuda. Though you need to make a stopover in another country, that country may demand a tourist or transit visa even if Antigua and Barbuda does not.

You can use expedited passport services to get your passport and visa as soon as possible. This includes things like renewing a passport, getting a new passport, and obtaining blank visa papers, among other things.

Information on Antigua & Barbuda Embassies and Consulates

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of Antigua & Barbuda in Washington DC
OECS Building, 3216 New Mexico Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
United States
Phone
+1-202-362-5122
+1-202-362-5166
Fax
+1-202-362-5525
Consulate General of Antigua & Barbuda in
Miami
25 S.E. 2nd Ave, Suite 300
Miami, Florida 33131
United States
Phone
+1-305-381-6762
Fax
+1-305-381-7908
Consulate General of Antigua & Barbuda in
New York
305 East 47th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10017
United States
Phone
+1-212-541-4117
Fax
+1-212-757-1607

Additional Antigua & Barbuda Information

Capital Saint John’s
Currency East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Language English
Electricity Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 60 Hz
Power sockets: type A/B
Country Code 1+268
Time Zone AST (UTC-4)
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