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Virgin Islands, British Visa Requirements

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Passport Requirements

All visitors to British Virgin Islands are required to have a passport valid for the duration of stay.

Visa Requirements

United Kingdom nationals do not require a visa to enter British Virgin Islands.

Nationals of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa as well as European Union do not require visa for stays up to 30 days. Extending the stay is possible.

Nationals of other countries are advised to contact the London Passport Office ( or visit the Government of the British Virgin Islands website at to check visa requirements.

All travelers also need a return or onward ticket and all the documents required for their next destination, as well as sufficient funds.

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