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How citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus
5 min read
Updated on Jan 23, 2024

Although the coronavirus pandemic continues to be a health hazard in most countries around the world, some governments have started to open borders. Now, the U.S. Virgin Islands is welcoming international travelers since September 2020. Citizens of Canada can visit the U.S. Virgin Islands, but they must comply with the health guidelines established due to coronavirus. They must have a Travel Screening before arrival and take a coronavirus test too.

iVisa.com is here to help you with your Travel Screening document. iVisa.com offers a fast, simple, and 100% reliable product.

Continue reading about health protocols and how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during coronavirus.

Note: Since June 6th, 2022, the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening is no longer necessary to enter the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Travel Screening?

A Travel Screening is a mandatory process that all international travelers must follow if they want to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands. Only travelers coming from US territories (United States, American Samoa, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico) are exempted from this requirement. You only need a few minutes to complete an online application that you can find on iVisa.com.

Citizens of Canada who are 2 years or older need to have a Travel Screening to enter the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter the U.S. Virgin Islands?

All non-citizen air travelers aged 18 and over traveling to the United States need to display a COVID vaccination certificate.

Accepted vaccines are Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Covaxin, Covovax, Nuvaxovid.

The last dose must have been received a full 14 days before traveling. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to check the latest U.S. Virgin Islands travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Do I need to take a PCR COVID-19 test before traveling to the US Virgin Islands?

  • COVID testing requirements: There are no pre-departure testing requirements in the US Virgin Islands.

Do I have to quarantine when I get to the US Virgin Islands even if my test result is negative?

Quarantine requirements: No requirements

Travel now and get your Travel Screening today! Learn more about how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus at iVisa.com.

How long is the Travel Screening valid for?

The Travel Screening will be valid for up to . Also, the document allows a to the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands!

What are the requirements?

The application will request information about the applicant and data about the trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Also, check the next items too:

  • A valid passport.
  • An email address to receive the Travel Screening.
  • Payment methods, pay with a credit/debit card.
  • A negative coronavirus test.

Get in touch with a customer service agent in case you need further details about the requirements or to speak to an adviser about how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus.

What are the processing times and fees?

Citizens of Canada can choose between the next options:

  • Standard service, pay a fee, and your document will be ready in .
  • Rush service, if you need your Travel Screening sooner, then only wait for a fee.
  • Super Rush service, pay , and you will receive your health document in just .

Ready to travel? Go for your Travel Screening. Now you know how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus.

What is the Travel Screening process?

  • Fill out the electronic form and select a processing time according to your needs.
  • Check your information proceed to pay with a credit/debit card.
  • Upload any supporting document like your test results.

Our friendly team can talk you through how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus.

How will I receive the Travel Screening?

Citizens of Canada will receive an email from iVisa.com with the Travel Screening. Canadians must provide a valid email address so they don’t have any issues receiving the document. After this, they must print the health document and have it when entering the U.S.Virgin Islands.

Remember that you will go through a medical check upon arrival. U.S.Virgin Islands authorities will give you final clearance to enter the islands.

Can I trust iVisa.com?

For sure! The iVisa.com experts work with strict security guidelines, which means all the information that iVisa.com handles is safe.

Citizens of Canada can trust iVisa.com services, and they can check what our previous customers have to say here.

Where can I find more information?

Go to the application page and discover more details about the U.S. Virgin Islands during coronavirus.

Reach out to our support agents, who are available 24/7. They can answer your questions and guide you through the Travel Screening process. That’s how citizens of Canada can enter the U.S. Virgin Islands during Coronavirus!

  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.uscis.gov/
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