安提瓜护照免签国

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#1

安提瓜与巴布达投资入籍项目介绍(AG Antigua and Barbuda) 继续讨论:

持有安提瓜护照可以免签的138个国家

A、阿克罗蒂里和德凯利亚、爱沙尼亚、奥兰群岛、阿尔巴尼亚、安道尔、爱尔兰、奥地利、安圭拉、阿鲁巴、阿塞拜疆、安哥拉、埃及

B、冰岛、比利时、秘鲁、白俄罗斯、波兰、保加利亚、巴巴多斯、伯利兹、巴拿马、百慕大、巴哈马、巴基斯坦、
博茨瓦纳

C、朝鲜

D、德国、丹麦、多米尼克、多米尼加共和国、东帝汶埃斯特、东帝汶、多哥

E、厄瓜多尔

F、法国、芬兰、梵蒂冈、法属波利尼西亚、斐济、菲律宾、法属圭亚那

G、格林纳达、瓜德罗普岛、哥斯达黎加、根西岛、哥伦比亚、圭亚那、古巴、格鲁吉亚、冈比亚

H、荷兰、海地、洪都拉斯、韩国

J、捷克、加拿大、柬埔寨、基里巴斯、几内亚、吉布提

K、科索沃、科威特、肯尼亚、科摩罗

L、列支敦士登、罗马尼亚、拉脱维亚、立陶宛、卢森堡、老挝、莱索托、黎巴嫩

M、马恩岛、摩纳哥、马其顿、马耳他、马提尼克、马拉西亚、孟加拉国、马尔代夫、美属萨摩亚、马拉维、马达加斯加、莫桑比克、毛里求斯

N、尼加拉瓜、尼泊尔、纽埃、瑙鲁、南非、挪威

P、葡萄牙、帕劳

R、瑞士、瑞典

S、塞浦路斯、圣马力诺、斯洛伐克、斯洛文尼亚、萨克岛、圣基茨和尼维斯、萨摩亚、圣巴特、圣马丁、圣卢西亚、圣文森特和格林纳丁斯、苏里南、所罗门群岛、萨摩亚、塞舌尔、圣多美和普林西比

T、特里尼达和多巴哥、土耳其、图瓦卢、坦桑尼亚、突尼斯

W、危地马拉、维尔京群岛、委内瑞拉、瓦努阿图、乌干达

X、希腊、匈牙利、西班牙、新加坡、新喀里多尼亚

Y、意大利、英国、牙买加、伊拉克、亚美尼亚、约旦

Z、直布罗陀、智利、中国香港、中国澳门、赞比亚、泽西岛


#2

2017年6月26日起加拿大不再豁免安提瓜护照的签证

2017年6月26日,渥太华宣布计划从周二2017年6月26日 5:30起对所有加勒比海国家公民实行签证要求。与此同时任何此前已获批的电子签证(eTA)也将同时失效。

加拿大政府的声明中提到:“经过对安提瓜和巴布达旅行证件完整性的仔细审核,加拿大政府决定,安提瓜和巴布达不再符合加拿大签证豁免标准。”

声明还补充到,加拿大需要保护“我们移民制度的完整和确保加拿大人的安全”。

这一举措可能基于政府对安提瓜和巴布达投资公民项目诚信度的担忧,该计划仅需投资人投资20万美元即可被授予公民资格 。是该地区最便宜的项目之一,这实际上意味着人们可以通过签证豁免进入加拿大 。


Notice – Canada imposes a visa requirement on Antigua and Barbuda

Ottawa, June 26, 2017— As of 5:30 a.m. EDT June 27, 2017, citizens from Antigua and Barbuda will need a visa to travel to Canada. At that time, any existing electronic travel authorization (eTA) issued to a citizen of Antigua and Barbuda will no longer be valid, and these travellers will not be able to use their eTA to travel to Canada.

After carefully monitoring the integrity of Antigua and Barbuda’s travel documents, the Government of Canada has determined that Antigua and Barbuda no longer meets Canada’s criteria for a visa exemption.

Canada continues to welcome visitors from Antigua and Barbuda, while protecting the integrity of our immigration system and ensuring the safety of Canadians. Most approved visa applicants will receive a multiple-entry visa, which allows travellers to visit Canada as many times as they want, for up to 10 years. For each visit, travellers can stay for up to six months.

Information for travellers outside Canada

For travellers in transit

During the first 48 hours after the imposition, or until 5:29 a.m. June 29 , the Government of Canada will be working closely with airlines to help facilitate travel for those who are already in transit to Canada.

For travellers in Antigua and Barbuda with confirmed flights to Canada during the next two weeks

To help speed up visa processing, citizens who are in Antigua and Barbuda and who have already booked a flight to Canada, departing on or before July 11 , can send their complete visa application, along with proof that they purchased their flight before June 27 , the appropriate fees and supporting documents, directly to the Visa Office in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, for priority processing. If they go in person before noon, their application will be processed that day. If they send via courier, their application will be processed within 24 hours.

Note that while these applicants will receive priority processing, they are not guaranteed a visa by their travel date and may need to make alternative travel arrangements.

For all other travellers, including those outside of Antigua and Barbuda and those with flights leaving after July 11, 2017

Antiguan and Barbudan citizens can apply online for a visa as of 5:30 a.m. June 27, or submit a paper application in person or by mail to any Visa Application Centre. The Visa Application Centre in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, is the closest one to Antigua and Barbuda.

Most applications (about 80 percent) are processed within 14 days.

Note that having pre-booked travel plans or a previously valid eTA does not guarantee that a traveller will be issued a visa.

Dual citizens

Dual Canadian-Antiguan and Barbudan citizens need a valid Canadian passport to travel to Canada. A valid Canadian passport is the only reliable and universally accepted travel document that provides proof of a traveller’s Canadian citizenship and that they have the right to enter Canada without being subjected to immigration screening.

Antiguan and Barbudan dual citizens whose second citizenship is from a visa-exempt country, other than Canada or the United States, can apply for an eTA to fly to Canada using the passport of the visa-exempt country.

Lawful permanent residents of the United States (Green Card holders)

All lawful permanent residents of the U.S. need an eTA to fly to, or transit through a Canadian airport.

Antiguan and Barbudan citizens who have a valid Green Card will need to apply for an eTA. This includes those who held an eTA before the visa imposition , since all eTAs issued to Antiguan and Barbudan citizens will no longer be valid.

When flying to Canada, these travellers must travel with their U.S. Green Card and the valid passport that they used to apply for their eTA. When driving or arriving by train, bus or boat, Green Card holders do not need a visa or an eTA, but they will need to bring proof of their permanent residence.

Visitors, students and temporary workers inside Canada

Antiguan and Barbudan citizens can continue to stay in Canada for as long as they are authorized to do so. Study and work permits, as well as visitor records, remain valid.

However, those who plan to travel outside Canada and then re-enter will need to apply for a visa to return to the country .