Central America-4 Border Control Agreement
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The Central America-4 Free Mobility Agreement (CA-4; Spanish: Convenio Centroamericano de libre movilidad) is a treaty signed in June 2006 between the Central American nations of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, establishing the free movement across borders between the four signatory states of their citizens without any restrictions or checks. Foreign nationals who enter one of the signatory countries can also travel to other signatory states by land (but not by air) without having to obtain additional permits or to undergo checks at border checkpoints. Similar to the Schengen Agreement in Europe, the CA-4 Agreement establishes a harmonised visa regime for foreign nationals travelling to the area.
CA4 visa never issue for Cat C countries. All these countries needs to apply visa for each countries in their respective embassies.
All the visa application needs approval from their capital.
Holders of Valid Schengen, Us and Canada visa moves to Cat B with simplified visa procedure.
- Visa policy of El Salvador
- Visa policy of Guatemala
- Visa policy of Honduras
- Visa policy of Nicaragua
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