Visa policy of Suriname

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A foreign national wishing to enter Suriname must obtain a visa unless he or she is a citizen of one of the eligible visa exempt countries.[1] Surinamese visas are documents issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its subsequent diplomatic missions abroad, with the stated goal of regulating and facilitating migratory flows. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months. Visitors who have recently been to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are refused entry due to Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa.

Visa policy map[edit]

  Countries with visa-free access to Suriname
  Tourist card on arrival to Suriname
  Suriname

Visa exemption[edit]

Citizens of the following countries and territories do not require a tourist visa to enter Suriname for up to 90 days.[2]

Holders of diplomatic or official/service passports of Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Haiti, Indonesia and Uruguay and holders of diplomatic passports of Venezuela do not require a visa.

Citizens of the following countries are granted a visa on arrival (tourist card) at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (or alternatively at any Surinamese representation abroad or at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol).[3]

Visa on arrival for visitors arriving from a country without Suriname representation can be issued for a maximum stay of 2 months, provided holding pre-arranged approval.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Visa Information". Timatic. IATA. Retrieved 17 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Landen waarmee Suriname een visumafschaffingsovereenkomst heeft gesloten
  3. ^ Introductie Toeristenkaart Suriname