Questions & Answers about Anguilla Visa

❓ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Anguilla visa

To visit Anguilla, you need a valid passport and one of the following:
  • A visa - required for citizens of some countries. Contact your nearest Anguillian embassy or consulate to find out if you need a visa prior to arrival.
  • A valid multiple entry visa or permanent residence permit for the US, UK, Canada, or any Schengen member state.
  • A valid work permit or residence permit issued by the Anguillian government.
  • A Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Skills Certificate, if you are a citizen of a CARICOM member state.
Please note that entry requirements may change, so it is best to check with the Anguillian embassy or consulate before making travel arrangements.

To apply for an Anguilla visa, you need to follow these steps:
  • Check if you need a visa by visiting the official website of the Anguilla Government.
  • Collect the required documents including your passport, application form, photographs, and proof of accommodation and funds.
  • Complete the visa application form accurately with the required information.
  • Pay the visa fee as per the prescribed amount and mode of payment.
  • Submit the visa application form along with the supporting documents to the nearest Anguilla embassy or consulate or visa application center.
  • Wait for the visa processing time to receive a decision on your visa application.
Note: The visa application process may vary depending on the country of residence and the type of visa you are applying for. It is advisable to check the official Anguilla government website or consult with the nearest Anguilla embassy or consulate for updated visa application procedures and requirements.

To obtain an Anguilla visa, you need:
  • A valid passport with at least six months remaining validity
  • A completed visa application form
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Proof of accommodation arrangements
  • Proof of sufficient funds for your stay
  • A return or onward ticket
  • Yellow fever vaccination certificate (if applicable)
  • Payment of visa fees

No, Anguilla does not offer visa on arrival.

It typically takes up to 5 business days to process an Anguilla visa. However, the processing time may vary depending on the specific circumstances of the applicant. Some of the factors that can affect the processing time include the completeness of the application, the accuracy of the information provided, and the workload of the embassy or consulate handling the application.
  • Processing time: Up to 5 business days
  • Factors that can affect processing: Completeness of application, accuracy of information provided, and workload of embassy/consulate

According to the information on the official website of the Government of Anguilla, visitors who are nationals of visa-requiring countries require a valid visa to enter Anguilla. This includes transit passengers who need to exit the airport for any reason. Therefore, if you are a national of a visa-requiring country and you need to transit through Anguilla, you will need to obtain a transit visa before your travel.

It is possible to extend an Anguilla visa by following these steps:
  • Submit an application for an extension of stay at least two weeks before the visa expires
  • Provide a valid reason for the extension
  • Provide documentation supporting the reason for the extension
  • Show proof of financial means to support oneself during the extended stay
  • Taking a medical exam or background check, if required