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Grenada Immigration Information Entry Visa

Many foreign citizens who will visit Grenada will only need to produce a passport and proof of a return or continuing flight. Travellers visiting from Caribbean countries (not including Cuba), European Union countries, Japan, Norway, Israel, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States, should not need a visa to enter the country for up to three months. Stays may be prolonged up to six months.

Travellers from Canada, the UK, and the USA may enter the country with a valid government issued photo ID and a birth certificate. Even so, all travellers from the USA should not leave home without a passport. Beginning 31 December 2005, under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, all residents of and visitors to the USA must have a passport to enter or re-enter the country from the Caribbean and other destinations in North America.

Commonwealth of Independent States such as Russia and the Ukraine and other eastern European countries are required to purchase a tourist visa on arrival in Grenada; the visa costs EC$25.

Those who are considering a trip to Grenada should consult their nearest Grenadian embassy or consulate for travel information and special entry requirements.





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