Overview of Customs Information and Visas for Montserrat


Overview of Customs Information and Visas for Montserrat

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IMMIGRATION AND VISAS

Passport Requirements:

All travelers require a passport, with the exception of:

1. Travellers with an official identity card only if it contains a photo of the traveler and provides the information mentioned in the passport provided they are:

  1. of Antigua & Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Belize, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, Bahamas, Dominica, Togo, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Kitts-Nevis, or Trinidad & Grenada.
  • Residents of Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Anguilla, Montserrat, Virgin Islands (United Kingdom) and the Turks & Caicos Islands;

2. French people with a National ID Card on condition that they are traveling for tourism and returning to their home country.

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3. Travellers coming for tourism provided they have any proof of identity which is issued to:

  • Travelers staying for no more than 14 days and are citizens of Algeria, Antigua & Barbuda, Samoa, Austria, Bahrain, Barbados, Seychelles,Switzerland, United States of America, Belize, Brunei, Canada, Colombia, Singapore, Tunisia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica Rep., El Salvador, Slovak Republic, Sweden, Fiji, France, Germany, Grenada, Guyana, Honduras, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Hungary, Andorra, Japan, Australia, Kenya, Bahamas, Spain, Tonga, Venezuela, Kiribati, Latvia, Bangladesh, Lesotho, Belgium, Lithuania, Botswana, Luxemburg, St Kitts-Nevis, Tuvalu, Bolivia, Malaysia, Brazil, Maldives, Cameron, Malta, Chile, Mauritius, Costa Rica, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, The United Arab Emirates,Zambia, Mexico, Cote D’Ivoire,Monaco, Czech Republic,Morocco, Dominica, Mozambique, Ecuador, Namibia, Estonia, Nauru, Finland, Netherlands,Gambia, New Zealand,Ghana, Nicaragua, Greece, Nigeria, Guatemala, Norway, Haiti, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Panama, Iceland, Papa New Guinea, India, Paraguay, Republic of Ireland, Peru, Israel, Philippines, Italy, Poland, Jamaica, Portugal, San Marino, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Saint Lucia, Suriname, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Uruguay, Vatican City, and Zimbabwe.
  • Canadian and American citizens provided they are going back to their own country;
  • Travelers with British passports regardless of endorsement in their passports concerning their citizenship provided they are returning to the country from which they have departed;

4. Travellers with a Seaman Book as long as they are traveling on duty.

  • Exception: if a passport is issued in Syria.

Document Validity:

For the duration of the intended visit, the passport or alternative documentation must be valid.

Visa Issuance

Until arrival: Travelers are kindly requested to contact the United Kingdom’s nearest department.

Visa Exemptions:

A visa must be carried by all travelers except for the following:

1. Foreign residents of the country with passports endorsed with a permanent residence stamp.

2. Travellers staying for no more than three months for:

  • Citizens of Algeria, Antigua & Barbuda, Samoa, Austria, Bahrain, Barbados, Seychelles, Switzerland, United States of America, Belize, Brunei, Canada, Colombia, Singapore, Tunisia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica Rep., El Salvador, Slovak Republic, Sweden, Fiji, France, Germany, Grenada, Guyana, Honduras, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Hungary, Andorra, Japan, Australia, Kenya, Bahamas, Spain, Tonga, Venezuela, Kiribati, Latvia, Bangladesh, Lesotho, Belgium, Lithuania, Botswana, Luxemburg, St Kitts-Nevis, Tuvalu, Bolivia, Malaysia, Brazil, Maldives, Cameron, Malta, Chile, Mauritius, Costa Rica, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, The United Arab Emirates, Zambia, Mexico, Cote D’Ivoire, Monaco, Czech Republic, Morocco, Dominica, Mozambique, Ecuador, Namibia, Estonia, Nauru, Finland, Netherlands, Gambia, New Zealand, Ghana, Nicaragua, Greece, Nigeria, Guatemala, Norway, Haiti, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Panama, Iceland, Papa New Guinea, India, Paraguay, Republic of Ireland, Peru, Israel, Philippines, Italy, Poland, Jamaica, Portugal, San Marino, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Saint Lucia, Suriname, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Uruguay, Vatican City, and Zimbabwe.
  • Travelers with British passports regardless of endorsement in passport concerning their citizenship;
  • Travelers with passports issued by Hong Kong (Chinese Special Administrative Region);

3. Citizens are living in Montserrat.

Additional information:

1. For their next trip, all travelers must have all the necessary documents, a return or onward ticket, and sufficient money to cover the expenses of their visit.

2. Visa exemptions are allowed for a period of no longer than three months. By applying to the Immigration Department, it is possible to extend this period.

If travelers do not follow the rules of entry, they will be deported to their home country. The transporting carrier will have to pay all subsequent costs and expenses.

CUSTOMS AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE

Import regulations:

There are no restrictions on importing:

  1. Up to XCD 250 valued gift items; this will only happen yearly.
  • 1.14 liters of alcoholic beverages; this is only permitted for travelers aged 17 years and over;
  • Approximately 6 ounces of perfume (168 grams);
  • 50 cigars or 200 cigarettes; only travelers aged 17 and over are permitted to do so.

Pets:

Dogs and cats must be accompanied by a Good Health Medical Certificate issued in their home country.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

The luggage of a traveler at the first airport of entry, which is always in Antigua, should be cleared.

Airport tax:

For travelers departing from Montserrat, the following airport service charges are imposed:

1. USD 13-for CARICOM Member States nationals, USD 21-for all other people.

2. The service fee levied on all other travelers is USD 7.50 or its equivalent.

Payment Place: Departure Airport.

The exemptions: Within 24 hours, transit travelers can continue their journey.

Currency Import regulations:

Local currency (East Caribbean Dollar-XCD) and foreign currencies can be imported only if the sums imported are reported upon arrival.

Currency Export regulations:

There is no restriction on exporting local currency (East Caribbean Dollar-XCD) and foreign currencies up to the amounts imported and declared.