Antigua and Barbuda is a great place for a personal or group trip. That being said, many citizens, including Nicaraguan residents, will need to get a visa. In 2016, the Immigration Department of Antigua & Barbuda launched their e-Visa program, designed to make getting your visa faster online.
Frequently Asked Questions about the e-Visa for Antigua & Barbuda
How long will it take to process the e-Visa application for Antigua & Barbuda?
- Standard processing will take 14 Business Days to review and approve your e-Visa application.
- Rush processing will take 11 Business Days for approval of your application.
- For the fastest processing speed, choose the Super Rush option. You will have your visa within 8 Business Days.
What is the price of the Antigua & Barbuda e-Visa?
Prices for e-Visas depend on where you live, standard visa prices, and how fast you want your application to be processed.
The total cost for your Antigua and Barbuda e-Visa and processing will be:
- USD 135.00 for Standard processing.
- USD 165.00 total for the e-Visa and Rush processing.
- USD 200.00 if you choose Super Rush processing.
How many times can I enter Antigua & Barbuda with an e-Visa?
The e-Visa for Antigua & Barbuda is a Single Entry visa.
A single-entry e-Visa is a one-entry only visa. So, if you enter Antigua & Barbuda and then leave, you will need to get another visa to re-enter the country.
When will my e-Visa expire?
The e-Visa for Antigua & Barbuda expires in 180 days after issued.
How many days can I stay in Antigua & Barbuda with an e-Visa?
The maximum stay with your e-Visa is 90 days Per Entry.
This means you must leave Antigua & Barbuda between the time you arrive in the country and the maximum days your visa allows you to stay.
What documents do I need to apply for an e-Visa for Antigua & Barbuda?
- Applicant Photo - A recent color passport photo works best.
- Passport Personal Details Scan - Scan your passport bio page. You must have 6 months of validity left from the day you plan to enter Antigua & Barbuda.
- National ID Card or Birth Certificate - You must prove your nationality with an official document from your government.
- Travel Authorization from Employer or School - You need a letter or statement from your host stating the reason for your stay.
- Proof of Accommodation - Prove that you have a place to stay while you are in the country.
- Bank Statement - Show immigration officials that you have the money to fund your trip.
- Onward Ticket - Show that you have a departure ticket to leave Antigua & Barbuda.
- Vaccinations - If you are traveling from a country that has a high risk of yellow fever, you will need a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate to enter Antigua & Barbuda.
The Antigua & Barbuda e-Visa for Citizens of Nicaragua
Safe travels for you and your family and friends. Using iVisa's easy, online application process for your e-Visa is the quickest way to get a visa in the 21st century. So, book your trip, and get ready to drink rum and listen to reggae.