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Types of Trinidad And Tobago Visa

There are different types of visas depending on the purpose of your trip. Visas are issued for short or long-term purposes and have different validities. You should be sure of your purpose for the trip before applying for the right type of visa. Find below are the various options issued by Trinidad and Tobago embassies and consulates.

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A visa is not required for this destination.

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days

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    A visa is not required for this destination.

    A visa is not required for this destination.


    Sounds good! What else do I need to know while planning a trip to Trinidad and Tobago?
    • First, check the current validity of your passport.

    • Second, make sure your passport has blank Visa pages.

    • Confirm if transit visa is required for any connections.

      Check with your airline in case you have connecting flights overseas as part of your journey to Trinidad and Tobago. It may be the case that countries you pass through en route to your destination may require a separate transit visa. Please refer to visa requirements of the specific country
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      Trinidad and Tobago Visa Policy

      Trinidad and Tobago has a comprehensive visa policy that guides the visit of foreign nationals to the Island. Under the current visa policy, all visitors, excluding those from visa-exempt countries, must apply for visas and obtain them before visiting the islands. The visa is the only acceptable entry document for non-visa-exempt short- or long-term visitors.

      Under a mutual visa waiver contract signed with the EU, citizens of all EU States are allowed to visit the country without visas for up to 90 days in a six months period. Citizens of a few other countries can visit Trinidad and Tobago visa-free, but others must get entry visas.

      How To Apply For A Visa

      Visa applicants may apply for visas by submitting their application and travel documents to a foreign mission office of the authorities at least a few weeks before their planned trip. The trip should only be undertaken after they have obtained the visa from the foreign mission.

      Key Information About Trinidad and Tobago Visa and Travel Tips

      Here are some valuable information to bear in mind as you prepare for your next trip to Trinidad and Tobago

      Risk Level

      Trinidad and Tobago has a high rate of petty crimes, especially in Trinidad, the largest Island, and the commercial nerve center. You should take all safety precautions when out in the open such as concealing your valuables or not dressing affluently in public.

      Visa Extensions

      You may be able to extend your visa in Trinidad and Tobago, but the only way to get accurate information is to visit the local immigration office nearest to your hotel. Also, make sure you apply for the extension at least 2 weeks before your visa expires. Applying for an extension on an expired visa is not allowed.

      Mobility

      It is best to rent a car or hire an Uber to move around since public transportation comes with moderate risks. If you must use public transport, keep your valuables in sight and learn the bus schedule so you are never late.

      Natural Disasters

      Unlike some other territories in the region, Trinidad and Tobago has a limited history of natural disasters. When they occur, they cause minimal damage and disruption to public life. However, the islands have a history of hurricanes and severe storms, so some areas are marked as vulnerable. Avoid staying or visiting those areas for your safety.

      Terrorism Threat

      Trinidad has never had a history of terrorist attacks, but the risk persists. According to a report, over 100 residents of the Island have been linked to terrorist cells in Iraq and Syria, raising the threat of a homeland attack. Always read security reports before you visit the Island, and always remain conscious of your environment.

      Financial Scams

      There are cases of ATM scams in Trinidad and Tobago, so be very careful of your surroundings when inputting your pin into the machine.

      Nightlife

      Trinidad and Tobago have a rich night love, especially in Tobago, which happens to be the tourist epicenter. However, walking at night has its own risk, so be careful when out in the city; it is safer to walk in groups rather than alone. Lastly, avoid isolated spots or areas you are unfamiliar with. Areas to visit cautiously include Port of Spain, Belmont, East Dry River, Charlotte Street, and Laventille.

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      Trinidad and Tobago COVID-19 travel restrictions

      • Entry is open
        All travelers are allowed to enter.
        Prior to arrival restrictions
        Valid passport. Valid national passport with at least 6 month remaining validity after the date of departure.
        Valid visa. Please see the instructions above if you need visa and apply.
        Negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours prior to arrival in Trinidad and Tobago is required.
        Upon arrival restrictions
        🏠Quarantine: Anyone who must be quarantined (unvaccinated Nationals), will have to enter through Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and be quarantined at a facility of their choice for 14 days.
        😷Masks are required in public spaces and transport.

      Frequently Asked Questions about Trinidad and Tobago visa

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              For further assistance please contact the Trinidadian Tobagonian Customs authorities directly. They will provide the latest information about customs regulations and export-import procedures.

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              For additional information about travel restrictions, security warnings, political updates, and basic travel guidelines, please contact the nearest Trinidadian Tobagonian Embassy.

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