Antigua and Barbuda is the ultimate vacation spot. The Land of 365 Beaches is a place where everyone can find something to help them unwind from the day-to-day. Antigua and Barbuda has something for the sightseers, the historians, the beachgoers, the culture fanatics, and everyone in between. In paradise, the possibilities are endless.
Travel to this little country in the Caribbean requires an e-visa for Lebanese citizens. The application can be accessed here. At iVisa, we want to make your application as easy as possible, so we have removed the need to deal with an embassy and have gathered the answers to some helpful frequently asked questions for you to read through. You can find the FAQ below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What Is the Policy on Multiple Entry for the Antigua and Barbuda e-Visa?
The current standard for the Antigua and Barbuda e-visa allows a Single Entry to holders of a Lebanon passport.
What Is the Max Stay of an Antigua and Barbuda e-Visa for Lebanese Citizens?
Current Antigua and Barbuda visa standards for e-visas allow a max stay of 90 days Per Entry. Expiry is 180 days after issued
What Can I Do to Extend My Stay in Antigua and Barbuda?
You will need to submit an application with the immigration department of Antigua and Barbuda to stay past your e-visa's max stay limit. You will need to submit the following documentation with your extension application:
- A passport-sized photograph
- a valid passport or travel document
- a valid airline ticket
- evidence of financial means to support your stay
What Are the Processing Speeds and Cost Choices Available to Me?
There are three processing speeds that citizens of Lebanon are currently able to apply for:
- Standard Speed - including service fees, the standard application costs USD 135.00 and is processed in 14 days.
- Rush - including service fees, the rush application total cost is USD 165.00 and is processed in 11 days.
- Super Rush - including service fees, the super rush application has a total cost of USD 200.00 and is processed in 8 days.
If I Am In-Transit While in Antigua and Barbuda, Can I Avoid the Visa Requirement?
Yes, but only if your stay in Antigua and Barbuda is within the allowed time threshold. You will be exempt from the visa requirement as long as your transportation leaves Antigua and Barbuda within twenty-four hours of your arrival. Staying in Antigua and Barbuda past twenty-four hours will require you to have ane-visa.
What Documentation Do I Need to Provide With My e-Visa Application?
You will need:
- A passport valid for at least 6 months after the date you arrive in Antigua and Barbuda.
- An unedited digital photograph taken within in the last 6 months.
- Proof of your transportation out of Antigua and Barbuda when/before your visa expires.
- Proof of your itinerary while you are in Antigua and Barbuda.
- Proof of financial assets to sustain your stay in Antigua and Barbuda.
- A recent police record.
- Your original birth certificate.
- Your immigration status in your passport or in your residency permit.