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Do green card holders require visa?
US permanent residents, or green card holders, may travel with green card to certain countries outside of USA without a visa. Green card holders do have to acquire a tourist visa if traveling to these foreign countries, but they may need to present certain identification or documents upon arrival.
Can I travel to the Bahamas with a green card?
To enter The Bahamas, non-U.S. citizens need the following documentation: For visits NOT exceeding 30 days: An Alien Registration Card (Green Card) and a Valid National Passport from their country of birth are required.
Which countries can travel to USA without visa?
Citizens or nationals of the following countries are currently eligible to travel to the United States under the VWP:
- Czech Republic.
Can green card holders visit Europe without visa?
Do Green Card Holders Need a Visa to Travel to Europe? US Green Card holders, who are also nationals of third countries that have not established a visa-free regime with the EU, will need to obtain a Schengen Visa, in order to be able to travel to Europe.
Can I travel to Europe with a green card?
Does Bermuda have a 6 month passport rule?
Note that US passport cards are not valid for travel by air to Bermuda. If travelling via the USA, you may need at least six months’ validity on your passport, depending on your nationality; check with your nearest US consulate/embassy.
Which passport does not require visa?
List of Countries where Visa is not Required for Indian Citizens
|Serbia||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Haiti (for up to 90 days)||Micronesia|
Where can you travel without a visa?
No Visa Required
- British Virgin Islands.
- Cayman Islands.
- Dominican Republic (tourist card required)
- Kiribati (up to 28 days)
Do I need a visa to go to Bermuda?
Entry requirements. Visas. British passport holders don’t need a visa to enter Bermuda as a visitor, but you must book accommodation before you arrive. Visitors are usually granted entry for up to 90 days.
Do I need a multi re-entry visa for Bermuda?
1) all travellers who require a multi re-entry visa (MRV) must present this visa-type upon arrival in Bermuda; 2) the MRV for the UK, US or Canada must be valid for 45 days after the expiration of a visitor stay and/or of the work permit; and
How long can I stay in Bermuda as a visitor?
Visitors are usually granted entry for up to 90 days. For further enquiries about visas, visit the website of the nearest British Embassy or High Commission, or the Government of Bermuda website.
How long does a Bermuda passport need to be valid for?
2) Passport should be valid for minimum 45 days from the date of departure from Bermuda or expiry of work permit (as the case may be). Note that this requirement of minimum 45 days passport validity applies only for nationals requiring and holding MRV.