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St Eustatius Visa and Passport Requirements

Passport required Return ticket required Visa Required
Other EU Yes Yes No
USA Yes Yes No
Canadian Yes Yes No
Australian Yes Yes No
British Yes Yes No

Passports

To enter St Eustatius, a passport valid for at least three months beyond the date of departure is required by nationals referred to in the chart above.

Visas

Visas for St Eustatius are not required by the nationals referred to in the chart above for stays of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. Dutch and US-nationals can stay up to 180 days within a year without a visa. 

Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the nearest Dutch Embassy to check visa requirements for St Eustatius.

Types and Cost

Short-stay Caribbean visa: £30. The Caribbean visa allows nationals who do require a visa to make short visits to Aruba, Curaçao, St Maarten, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba.

Validity

The Caribbean visa is a multiple-entry visa. Visa holders may visit any of the countries included under the scheme for a maximum of 90 days within one year. Each continuous period in any one country may not exceed 30 days.

Application to

Contact your nearest Dutch Embassy to make an appointment.

Schengen Visas

The Schengen visa is not valid for travel to St Eustatius.

Working days

Applications for the Caribbean visa are usually processed within 15 calendar days, but processing times vary depending on the country. Applications can be made up to 3 months before the intended travel.

Extension of stay

Visitors who do not require a visa can extend their stay at the immigration office, usually up to a maximum of 180 days. You cannot extend the Caribbean visa.


Our visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing,
We strongly recommend that you verify critical information unique to your trip with the relevant embassy before travel.

Embassies and tourist offices

Diplomatic Representation

St Eustatius is part of the Netherlands Antilles, and is represented abroad by Royal Netherlands embassies - see The Netherlands section.


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