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Anguilla
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Why Register with the Embassy

Travel Registration is a service provided by the government. This service allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad to the Department of State so it can be used to assist you in case of an emergency. People residing abroad can also get routine information from their nearest embassy or consulate if registered.

Required Information to Apply

Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

  • your contact details change,
  • your civil status changes,
  • you are going back to your home country.

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What you need to know

  • The Anguilla eVisa is a travel document that allows you to visit the country for business-related and tourist activities.

  • You can choose between an Anguilla Single-Entry eVisa or an Anguilla Multiple-Entry eVisa.

  • With iVisa you can apply 100% online in less than 20 minutes.

  • Use our Visa Checker Tool if you want to know if you need this travel document to visit Anguilla.

  • The Anguilla eVisa allows you to stay in the country for up to 90 days, and it is valid for 1 year.

  • Your eVisa needs to be used to enter Anguilla within 30 days of issue.

  • Your passport must be at least 6 months valid from your intended arrival date.

  • We advise you to apply at least 10 days in advance.

  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

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Last updated: January 2024

Are you dreaming of an escape to one of the eastern Caribbean islands where azure waters meet white sandy beaches? Anguilla is our favorite, but you’ll need to get an Anguilla eVisa before diving into paradise.

The Caribbean Island of Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory, and navigating the path to such tropical bliss should be as smooth as the island's calm sea with our help.

Our mission at iVisa is to simplify your travel preparations, allowing you to savor the anticipation of your journey without the burden of cumbersome paperwork or visits to the nearest British embassy.

With our cutting-edge mobile app and easy-to-use online platform, applying for the Anguilla eVisa is simple and swift. We're here to ensure that the longest part of your journey is the flight to this Caribbean paradise, not the visa application process.

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What is the Anguilla eVisa?

The Anguilla eVisa is a digital visa that simplifies access to the serene and picturesque Anguilla, a jewel in the Caribbean. Designed for ease and convenience, this eVisa offers two options: single entry or multiple entries into the country.

The eVisa is your gateway to repeated, hassle-free visits. Implemented to streamline the travel process, the Anguilla eVisa eliminates lengthy paperwork and consulate visits.

It's perfect for tourists, business travelers, and anyone looking to soak in the tranquil Caribbean vibe on multiple occasions. With this eVisa, Anguilla's promise of relaxation and beauty becomes more accessible and inviting, letting you focus on creating unforgettable memories.

What can you do with the Anguilla eVisa?

  • Tourist activities: Explore Anguilla's stunning beaches, indulge in its vibrant culture, and enjoy its exquisite culinary delights.

  • Multiple entries: The multiple entry option allows you to enter and exit Anguilla multiple times within the visa's validity period, making it perfect for regular visitors.

  • Business meetings: Attend business meetings or conferences, making it ideal for professionals seeking opportunities in Anguilla.

  • Family visits: Reconnect with family members residing in Anguilla, which is ideal for those with relatives on the island.

  • Cultural events: Participate in local festivals and cultural events, immersing yourself in the rich Anguillian heritage.

What can you not do with the Anguilla eVisa?

  • Employment: You cannot engage in any form of employment, whether paid or unpaid.

  • Long-term study: Not suitable for long-term educational courses; restricts enrolment in schools or universities for extended periods.

  • Permanent residency: Does not serve as a pathway to permanent residency in Anguilla.

  • Government assistance: You cannot access government funds or public assistance programs.

  • Illegal activities: Any illegal activity is strictly prohibited and can lead to visa revocation and legal consequences.

Who can apply for the Anguilla eVisa?

To determine eligibility for the Anguilla eVisa, individuals should consider the following factors:

  • Country of citizenship: Citizens of countries not part of Anguilla's Visa Waiver Program must apply for an eVisa. This includes those who do not benefit from visa exemption agreements with Anguilla.

  • Travel document requirements: Applicants must possess a valid travel document, like a valid passport, with a validity of at least six months from the planned date of arrival in Anguilla.

  • Purpose of visit: The eVisa is typically for those traveling for tourism, business, or short-term visits.

  • Travel duration: The eVisa is suitable for visits of up to 90 days.

  • Visa or residency in other countries: Travelers with valid visas or residency permits for the United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom may not require an Anguilla visa for entry.

Most importantly, only individuals with a sponsor for their trip may apply through us, as you must provide the sponsor’s details when filling out the application form.

Who is eligible for the Anguilla eVisa?

Eligibility for the Anguilla eVisa extends to various nationalities across continents. Countries that require a valid visa for Anguilla include:

  • North America: United States, Mexico, Canada.

  • South America: Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile.

  • Europe: Russia, Ukraine, Turkey.

  • Asia: China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh.

  • The Middle East: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Israel.

  • Africa: South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia.

  • Oceania: Australia, New Zealand.

This list provides an overview of some key countries eligible for the Anguilla eVisa. However, for a more detailed breakdown, including additional countries and specific requirements for each nationality, you should use our Visa Checker Tool.

Visa-exempt: Who doesn't need to apply for the Anguilla eVisa?

Certain nationalities are exempt from requiring an eVisa to enter Anguilla. While the complete list is extensive, here are some countries that are visa-exempt:

  • All European Union member states

  • United States

  • Canada

  • United Kingdom

  • Australia

  • New Zealand

  • Japan

  • South Korea

Additionally, travelers holding valid visas or residency permits for the United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom are exempt from needing an Anguilla visa.

Do minors have to apply for the Anguilla eVisa?

Minors are required to apply for the Anguilla eVisa just like adults. However, there are additional requirements for minors, which involve the provision of extra documents by their legal guardians:

  • Birth Certificate: A copy of the minor’s birth certificate is usually required.

  • Guardianship or Adoption Documents: Legal documents proving guardianship or adoption should be provided if applicable.

  • Consent from Parents or Legal Guardians: If the minor travels alone or with someone other than the parent or legal guardian, a notarized letter of consent from the legal guardian(s) or parents is necessary. This letter should confirm the identity of anyone traveling with the minor.

  • Copy of Parents’ or Guardians' Passport: A copy of the biographical page of the legal guardian(s)’ or parent(s)' passport may also be requested.

Anguilla Visa validity: How long is the Anguilla eVisa valid?

The Anguilla Multiple Entry Visa allows travelers to visit the country multiple times in one year. However, you can only stay in the country for up to 90 days Per Entry.

The Anguilla single-entry visa allows you to enter the country once and stay for up to 90 days.

It's important to note that both types of the Anguilla eVisa must be used within 30 days from the date of issue.

Anguilla eVisa required documents

To apply for the Anguilla eVisa, you will need to provide several important documents per the visa requirements:

  • Current Valid Passport: It must be valid for at least six months from your intended entry into Anguilla.

  • Recent Passport Photo: A high-quality, recent passport photo is required. For convenience, you can use iVisa's passport photo service to ensure your photo meets the requirements.

  • Valid Email Address: This is needed for communication regarding your visa application.

  • Proof of Accommodation: You may need to show where you will stay during your visit. This could be a hotel booking, a rental agreement, or an invitation from a host in Anguilla.

  • Return Ticket: Proof of a return ticket or onward travel may be required to ensure you stay within the limit of your visa.

  • Financial Proof & Sponsor Information: Documents to show you have sufficient funds for your stay in Anguilla and information about your sponsor for the trip.

You should have these documents handy upon entry to Anguilla, as immigration officers might request to see them. Additionally, carrying the electronic visa authorization received after your eVisa application is approved is essential.

Anguilla visa application: How to apply for the Anguilla eVisa

To obtain the Anguilla eVisa online with iVisa, you just need to follow these few simple steps below:

  • Step 1. Complete our simplified application form with your details and travel information. Review your application information carefully.

  • Step 2. Pay the application fee and upload the required documents. You can pay with a credit/debit card or PayPal.

  • Step 3. Receive your Anguilla eVisa via email, and prepare to travel!

We will contact you if we need any more information about your application.

Ensure to keep an electronic and printed copy of the eVisa to show on arrival in Anguilla.

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Anguilla eVisa costs and processing times

The Anguilla eVisa's cost varies depending on your chosen option and nationality. You must pay a government fee of up to USD $140.00 and our iVisa processing fee of around USD $62.99.

Note: We include the government fee in our total application price so you can pay all at once!

Due to the many factors that impact the costs, we advise starting the application form to check your case's exact cost.

Do I need the Anguilla eVisa to transit through the country?

If you're transiting through Anguilla and don't plan to leave the airport, you generally won't need an Anguilla eVisa.

However, you may require a visa if your transit involves leaving the airport or planning to stay in Anguilla briefly before catching your next flight.

The specific requirements can depend on your nationality and the duration of your stay in Anguilla. Use our visa checker tool or contact our customer service team if confused.

Anguilla eVisa entry requirements or restrictions

Anguilla has eased its COVID-19 entry requirements. Since October 1, 2022, vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors to Anguilla are no longer required to present a COVID-19 test upon check-in with the airlines or arrival at the ports of entry in Anguilla. This applies to all visitors, making entry into the country more straightforward regarding health-related protocols.

However, it's important to note that if you're traveling to Anguilla and transiting through another country, such as St. Maarten, you must adhere to that country's entry requirements, which may differ from Anguilla's.

For the most up-to-date information on Anguilla's entry requirements and any changes to COVID-19-related protocols, it's advisable to check the official travel guide of Anguilla at ivisitanguilla.com.

Where can I learn more about the Anguilla eVisa?

Our dedicated online team of customer service agents is available via online chat to assist with any questions, or you can email them at [email protected].

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