Antigua and Barbuda is an independent Commonwealth country comprising its 2 namesake islands and several smaller ones. Antigua and Barbuda is not part of the Schengen Area but they allow foreign citizens of other countries to enter and stay in their territories, ONLY by showing a valid Schengen Visa which can be replace for national visa here.
2. Types of Antigua and Barbuda Visa Application Form
An e-Visa is an electronic acknowledgement permitting entry into and travel to Antigua and Barbuda. The e-Visa is an electronic visa that is similar to visas issued at Antigua and Barbuda consulates or at the ports of entry. `Applicants can obtain their visas electronically after entering required information and making payments by a credit or debit card. The eVisa system will allow applicants to make an application online for a visa and a letter indicating the approval or denial will be sent once the visa has been processed.
Schengen Visa and National Visa
Foreigners from third country nationals seeking to enter, transit and perform short-stays in the territory of Antigua and Barbuda can do that if they hold a valid Schengen Visa. You can download Schengen visa application form here. However, national visa will be granted on arrival (border), a single entry tourist visa-on-arrival for stay up to 30 DAYS.
3. Guideline to Completing Visa Application Form
– Complete the required information
Marital Status Details
Details of Sponsor
– Fill in the blank. Make sure to read all the instructions carefully and provide as much information as possible, avoid typing errors.
– After finishing the form, check all information again. The information filled in the form should be as clear and exact as possible.
– Finally, print the filled form out and sign it.
NOTE: The Visa application form should be completely filled and signed by Visa applicant and not another person. If the visa applicant is a minor (under 18), the application must be signed by a person having parental authority and their relationship should be included in parentheses (father, mother, guardian). If the visa applicant cannot sign, a cross may be used.
We strongly recommend that you verify critical information unique to your trip with the relevant embassy before travel. Check your eligibility before you apply. If you are eligible to apply you will find guidance on how to complete your application and the evidence you need to provide within the online application.