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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW

The US Virgin Islands Travel Screening is required for international arrivals to minimize the coronavirus pandemic risks. All travelers who wish to visit the US Virgin Islands are required to complete this form.

If you’re ready to get started on your journey to the US Virgin Islands, apply for the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening now.

WHO CAN ENTER THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS WITH THIS DOCUMENT

Every traveler aged five (5) and older must apply for the U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening. Tourists are required to provide either a negative COVID-19 PCR test result received within five days before departure to the US Virgin Islands or a positive result of a COVID-19 antibody test received within four months before departure to the territory.

The US Virgin Islands is able to be entered by all nationalities.

OBTAIN THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS TRAVEL SCREENING

To get this travel document, you’ll need to provide information about your health status and intended stay in the US Virgin Islands. Passengers must adhere to the country’s safety protocols.

Visit our application page to get started on the form.

DISPLAY THE DOCUMENT

Once you submit your application, we’ll forward the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening to your email before your trip, so you can show it to the government authorities when you get to the airport.

Visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for US Virgin Islands in the FAQs below.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO APPLY

  • Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result

Required Documents to Apply
  • Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result

Important Instructions
  • The U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening is part of the required documents you will need to enter U.S. Virgin Islands, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter U.S. Virgin Islands. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.

  • Every traveler aged five (5) and older must have their U.S. Virgin Island Travel Screening.

  • You are required to print and carry this U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening with you, as you will be required to present it at the point of entry.

  • It is required to get tested for Covid-19 using a PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test and upload the test results certificate. The test must be conducted within 5 days of your intended date of travel. Tests older than 5 days are not acceptable.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a new travel authorization that must be displayed at the moment of arrival in the U.S. Virgin Islands by all international passengers. This travel screening will help government officials get in touch with you in case you or the people you’re traveling with have been endangered by coronavirus.
Yes, it is. The authorities will ask you to display yours so you can enter the country.
You will be required to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 5 days before the commencement of the trip. You may be subject to further examination once you arrive at the airport.
Every passenger aged five (5) and older must apply for the US Virgin Island Travel Screening.

Travelers unable to provide the required test result will be subject to mandatory self-quarantine by the Department of Health. Every person ordered to self-quarantine shall proceed directly from the airport or seaport to their home or booked accommodation until the required test result is received. The self-quarantine period will last 14 days from the time of entry into the US Virgin Islands, or until they’re able to obtain the required test result while in the territory.

Do keep in mind, however, that travelers are required to wear a mask in public places in the US Virgin Islands.

Prices will vary depending on the processing time you choose:
  • Standard Processing Time: 5 Business Day - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 Business Day - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 3 Business Day - USD 60.00.
It’s recommended that you apply for the travel screening at least 5 days before your departure date to the US Virgin Islands.
You must complete this Application Form with your personal and travel information. Once you submit it, our team will process your request and forward the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening to your email.
Completing the application won’t take you longer than 5 minutes.
You can use it for a single entry, which means that every time you travel to the US Virgin Islands, you’ll have to request a new one.
Yes, the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening is usually available for free at the airport. However, applying for the form and having it ready before your flight is a great way to spare yourself the extra waiting time caused by queues for customs or if you need to catch a connecting flight. In addition, at iVisa.com you can fill out the form in whatever language you need, and our Team of Experts will review your application to be sure you made no mistakes.
Yes! Don’t hesitate to contact our customer service team if you have any questions. They’re available 24/7 and will solve all your inquiries. Chat with them here.
Read more about the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening here.
Virgin Islands of the United States is a magical place composed of Caribbean islands that are part of the Virgin Islands Archipelago. The main islands are Saint Croix, Saint John, and lastly, Saint Thomas, where the capital of the territory, Charlotte Amalie, is located. As a paradise destination for tourists, the U.S. Virgin Islands welcome you with the warm breeze of tropical weather, white sandy beaches, and coral reefs that will surprise and delight you. Many of the islands, including Saint Thomas, are of volcanic and mountainous origin. Time to see the fun things to do around the islands! The first is relaxing at Cane Bay, located in Saint Croix. Here you can snorkel not too far from the shore and have nice food at the Eat @ Cane Bay restaurant, which has a happy hour in the early evening, in case you want to enjoy some drinks after a beautiful sunset by the beach. On the side of Saint Thomas, there’s a port town where you can find the best bars and restaurants on the island. If you’re in the mood for burgers and beer, don’t miss the Tap and Still bar. Around the area there are also a lot of clubs and nice live music that will get you dancing all night long. Here you can also get a ferry to/from Saint John and The British Virgin Islands. Since we named Saint John… How does $1 happy hour specials and delicious drinks sound? Its main town, Cruz Bay is a small place but is full of bars that feature great live music, and better prices than Saint Thomas. Not bad huh? At Saint John, you can also enjoy a beautiful, sunny and peaceful (it’s pretty empty) day at Cinnamon Bay. Another cool thing to do in Saint John is hiking the Reef Bay Trail, which begins in the center of the island and snakes all the way through the forest. Get ready to sweat on the trail, but also to see some amazing old sugar plantations and an abandoned sugar factory near the water, stone ruins, and ancient petroglyphs. Take a swim and refresh yourself on the beach at the end. You can also combine the hike with the Cinnamon Trail, and beginning at Cinnamon Bay cutting through the island will take you four hours. Diving into or snorkeling around the RMS Rhone is an incredible experience. This sunken mail ship is considered one of the greatest places in the world to explore for divers. We talked about what to do, now let’s talk about what to eat! Of course, you can always get the classic American breakfast, burgers, West Indian, French, Italian and more at the restaurants around the islands, which are great, but, you might also consider some of the local food, or even cooking yourself if you’re staying for over a week and you have a kitchen at your vacation place. Why would you cook? Well, first because it’s fun (if you enjoy cooking of course) and second because the food in the islands might be from 15% to 20% more expensive than at home, this is because food doesn’t grow locally and everything is shipped in. Don’t worry, there are plenty of less expensive places where you can get the classics like pizza, burgers, bbq, and sandwiches, plus you can also find McDonald's, KFC, and Subway on Saint Thomas and Saint Croix. Of course, the idea is to actually try the local dishes, so get yourself some pates, which are pastries filled with delicious and spiced meats, fish, and/or vegetables, before deep-frying them. They're very popular as a light snack. Roti, a light and fluffy dough that is like the Indian version of pates, is another dish you can enjoy wrapping around spiced or curried meats, as well as chicken and veggies. Before packing and getting ready for the fun, let’s talk about the U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening, a new travel authorization that you must show at your arrival. This travel screening, which is valid for 30 days, will help government officials contact you, in case you or your companions have been compromised by Coronavirus. Speaking of Coronavirus… you’ll be asked to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, that must have been taken within 5 days before your trip or a positive result of a COVID-19 antibody test that you got within four months before traveling. You may also be examined when you get to the airport as an extra safety measure. To start the Travel Screening process, there’s an online form that you’ll have to complete, along with providing a pre-departure PCR COVID-19 negative test result. We recommend that you fill in your application for the travel screening at least 5 days before your flight date to the US Virgin Islands, especially considering the range of days requested for the results of your PCR COVID-19, which has to be within 5 days. From the age of five years old kids and older also need to apply for the Travel Screening. All nationalities are able to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Travel Screening is only valid for one entry, so if you want to visit again, you will have to apply for a new one. The U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening is part of the demanded documents you will need to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands. Please know that this authorization DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for it when you arrive in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Take into account that some nationalities will require a paper visa. If you’re in that situation, it’s better for you to visit your local embassy. You are going to have to print and carry with you your U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening since you will be required to present it when you enter the islands. Another thing to keep in mind while traveling to the islands is that wearing a mask is mandatory around the islands, and don’t forget to keep your distance and wash your hands regularly.