Visa policy of Saint Lucia

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Saint Lucia entry stamp

Visitors to Saint Lucia must obtain a visa unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.

Cruise ship passengers visiting Saint Lucia for one day are exempted from obtaining visas.

Saint Lucia signed a mutual visa-waiver agreement with the  European Union on 28 May 2015 with immediate effect on provisional basis and which was ratified on 15 December 2015.[1][2] This agreement allows all citizens of states that are contracting parties to the Schengen Agreement to stay without a visa for a maximum period of 90 days in any 180-day period.[3]

Nationals of OECS countries and France can enter with a national ID card instead of a passport.

Visa policy map[edit]

Visa policy of Saint Lucia

Visa exemption[edit]

Nationals of OECS countries have freedom of movement, while European Union European Union / EFTA nationals [4] can visit Saint Lucia without a visa for a maximum stay of 90 days in any 180-days.[5] National ID cards from OECS countries and France are accepted instead of passports.

Citizens of the following 57 countries and territories (excluding British and Dutch territories which are listed separately as per Saint Lucia Government policy) can visit Saint Lucia without a visa for up to 6 weeks:[6]

Citizens of the following 52 countries and territories can obtain a visa on arrival valid for 6 weeks:[7]

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