Learn More: Travel Registration Form
Content updated, November 2023
PLEASE NOTE: This travel document is no longer required to enter the country.
The Saint Lucia Travel Registration Form is an important document to be aware about if you’re planning to visit these blue Caribbean waters. It’s a measure to facilitate the tracking of the passengers that arrive since the island was reopened after the start of the pandemic.
This document was designed to screen all international arrivals in Saint Lucia and is part of the entry requirements for the country. This includes flights from designated travel bubble countries, such as Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, the Cayman Islands, and Turks and Caicos.
On this page, you'll find information about:
- Why the document is necessary
- How you can apply for the registration online with iVisa.com
- Documents need to apply for the Travel Registration form
- Processing steps and fees
- Requirements for vaccines, tests, restrictions, and COVID-19 quarantine It’s important to remember that this document is part of the required documents you’ll need to travel to the country, but it does not replace a visa.
What is the Saint Lucia Travel Registration form?
The Travel Registration form is a required document to inform the local tourism authorities of the traveler's health conditions. It’s part of Saint Lucia’s COVID-19 entry requirements as a way to help the authorities to prevent and track possible cases of the virus.
When you fill out the form, you must provide information about your health status, flight details, and purpose of your intended stay in the country. It’s therefore important that you already have a confirmed airline ticket before submitting the form.
The easiest way to get your form is to apply with iVisa.com. Simply submit the information online, and we do all the hard work. Keep reading to find out about all the details.
Who needs the Travel Registration form to travel to Saint Lucia?
The Saint Lucia tourism authority requires this is a mandatory document for all visitors aged 18 and over. Children under 18 years old can be included in the application of their parents or guardians. The document will be requested and checked by the airline company and by the immigration authorities upon arrival in Saint Lucia.
How long can I stay in Saint Lucia with this document?
This form is a Single Entry document and is valid upon arrival in Saint Lucia. If you want to travel to the country more than once, you will have to fill out the form again.
How do I get the Saint Lucia Travel Registration form?
In just a few steps you can get your form online with iVisa.com! Visit the iVisa.com application page to fill out your information, it takes less than 10 minutes to submit.
What information do I need to apply?
To apply for this document, you must provide several documents and personal information:
- Valid passport
- Proof of a Covid certified accommodation
- Valid credit/debit card
How to apply for the Saint Lucia Travel Registration form with iVisa.com
Get your Travel Registration form for Saint Lucia in three easy steps:
- First, read all the information and fill out your details. Then, choose the processing time you prefer.
- Second, double-check and verify your information and pay the iVisa.com service fee (see below for more information).
- Third, attach any documents required and click on the submit button to submit the application form.
Read all info carefully and double-check all spelling. If you make a mistake and have already submitted the online form, it may be difficult to change.
Fees and processing times
iVisa.com offers 3 options to process your application, depending on how fast you need your document:
- Standard Processing: USD $60.99 - 24 hours.
- Rush Processing: USD $111.99 - 24 hours.
- Super Rush Processing: USD $189.99 - 16 hours.
What happens after my application is processed?
After you submit your application, we’ll forward the St Lucia Travel Registration by email before your trip. Then, simply print and show it to the immigration officers on arrival at the airport, even when you’re transiting at the airport.
We advise you to save the document in an easy-to-access place on your phone so you can show it in any case authorities may ask you for it during your travels.
Saint Lucia COVID-19 requirements and restrictions
Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine to travel to Saint Lucia?
No, you don’t. COVID vaccination certificates are not mandatory for travelers to enter Saint Lucia. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Saint Lucia travel updates or contact your local embassy.
Is a COVID-19 test needed for Saint Lucia?
Pre-departure testing is no longer required.
Do I have to quarantine when I get to Saint Lucia?
No, there are no quarantine requirements in Saint Lucia.
Who can I speak to if I have more questions?
If you have any questions about travel to St Lucia, iVisa.com is available to help you out quickly and efficiently. You can contact our customer support team at any time or send an email to [email protected].
Required Documents to Apply
The Saint Lucia Travel Registration Form is part of the required documents you will need to enter Saint Lucia, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your visa when you enter Saint Lucia. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is the case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.
All travelers must fill out the Saint Lucia Travel Registration Form. Under 18s can be named on their parent/guardian’s application.
You are required to print and carry the Saint Lucia Travel Registration Form as you must present it at the point of entry.
My Registration Form for Saint Lucia couldn’t be completed due to an error. What now?
What can I do if my Saint Lucia Travel Registration Form has been canceled or rejected?
If your Saint Lucia Registration Form was rejected or canceled, you might have filled out inaccurate or incorrect information. We recommend always double-checking all requirements before applying.
A visa expert will always check all info submitted before processing the form, but we cannot guarantee that the government will approve your details. You’ll be able to get a refund of the iVisa processing fee, but government fees are not refundable.
You can reapply with iVisa.
My credit card is not working on online payment. What else can I do?
The completion of the Saint Lucia Registration Form is done 100% online, including the payment. If the credit card payment is not working, iVisa also offers alternative payment methods, such as debit card payments or PayPal.
If the error happens again, simply contact our technical support team, who can help you with the payment process.
I made a mistake in one of the answers on the Saint Lucia Registration Form. Can I modify it?
If you notice a mistake, please contact our customer service team as soon as possible so they can help you fix the problem. Remember that our experts are available 24/7 via online chat or email.
We can’t guarantee that we will be able to edit the info. This depends on the below factors:
If you have paid the processing fee of the Registration Form.
If the form has already been reviewed and processed by an iVisa expert.
If the Saint Lucia government allows edits to existing applications.
I have not received my Completed Application confirmation email. What now?
There may be a problem with your email address, or the email went to your SPAM folder.
You can also access your approved travel documents in your iVisa account, which is created automatically during the application process.
Simply log in here, create a password for the first time, and check your iVisa dashboard.
Please contact us with your application details, such as your name and destination, if you are still unable to locate the confirmation email or the approved document.