Saint Kitts and Nevis e-Visa for Citizens of Western Sahara

Saint Kitts and Nevis e-Visa for Citizens of Western Sahara

iVisa | Updated on Apr 07, 2020

It’s best for Western Sahara residents to apply first online for the e-Visa on Arrival for St. Kitts and Nevis. That way you won’t have to wait in the long visa approval line once you are there since you will have been pre-approved for the visa on arrival.

Gather your documents, passport, and other information so you can fill out the online application quickly and easily. We’ll send a confirmation email to you within the timeframe you select during the checkout process. Then, you can enjoy your trip to St. Kitts and Nevis without the worry of the visa process.

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Questions and Answers | St. Kitts & Nevis e-Visa for Western Sahara Citizens

What is the maximum amount of time I can stay in St. Kitts and Nevis?

Make sure to select the right visa so you can be sure to have the right amount of time for your vacation on the islands.

You can stay in St. Kitts and Nevis for 30 days Per Entry with the 30-day visa.

You will be able to travel around St. Kitts and Nevis for 90 days Per Entry with the 90-day visa.

How many times can I enter Saint Kitts & Nevis with an e-Visa?

Your limit on the number of entries into Saint Kitts & Nevis depends on which of the two e-Visas you select.

The 30-day visa can be used for Single Entry.

The 90-day visa can be used for Multiple Entry.

When will my e-Visa for Saint Kitts and Nevis expire?

Each visa or confirmation expires if you do not use it before a specific date.

Check the Date of Issuance on your visa. From that date, your e-Visa will expire:

  • Within 30 days after arrival for the 30-day visa.
  • Within 90 days after arrival for the 90-day visa.

How does the application process work for a St. Kitts & Nevis e-Visa?

Fill out the online application for the e-Visa and pay the fees. We work on your behalf to secure your visa on arrival with the government of St. Kitts and Nevis. We will send you a confirmation email with an attached Document. You must show your passport and this document to authorities once you arrive in St. Kitts and Nevis.

You will have to pay $100 USD when you arrive in St. Kitts and Nevis to receive your official Visa on Arrival.

What is the processing time for the St. Kitts & Nevis e-Visa?

We offer three processing speed: Standard, Rush, and Super Rush.

Super Rush processing is the fastest processing speed if you need a visa quickly.

30-Day Single Entry

  • Standard: 17 Business Days
  • Rush: 15 Business Days
  • Super rush: 14 Business Days

90-Day Multiple Entry

  • Standard: 17 Business Days
  • Rush: 15 Business Days
  • Super rush: 14 Business Days

What is the total price of an electronic visa for St. Kitts & Nevis?

30-Day Single Entry Visa Total Cost

  • Standard Processing - USD 25.00
  • Rush Processing - USD 40.00
  • Super Rush Processing - USD 50.00

90-Day Multiple Entry Visa Total Cost

  • Standard Processing - USD 25.00
  • Rush Processing - USD 40.00
  • Super Rush Processing - USD 50.00

What is required to apply for an e-Visa?

For the St. Kitts and Nevis e-Visa application, you will need to supply the following:

  • Proof that you have sufficient funds to cover all of the costs associated with your trip
  • Prove how and when you will leave St. Kitts and Nevis.
  • From the date of departure from St. Kitts and Nevis, your passport needs to have six months of validity left.
  • We accept credit/debit cards or PayPal to pay the fees for the visa and processing.

Western Sahara Citizens - The Saint Kitts & Nevis e-Visa Application Program

If you end up going in person to get your visa, it can take longer and cause you to take multiple trips to a physical location. With our online visa application program, we can save you the effort of having to go there.

Instead, you can use your computer, laptop, or tablet and fill out the form from anywhere in the world where you have a reliable internet connection. So, don’t waste your time going to the embassy. Use iVisa’s online service instead.

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