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Global Travel

Country 
Entry conditions
Duration of stay
Argentina
Visa-free
90 days
Belize
Visa-free
180 days
Bermuda
Visa-free
21 days
Bolivia
Visa on arrival
90 days
Brazil
Visa-free
90 days every 180 days
Chile
Visa-free
90 days
Colombia
Visa-free
90 days
Costa Rica
Visa-free
90 days
Ecuador
Visa-free
90 days
El Salvador
Visa-free
90 days
French Guiana
Visa-free
90 days
Guatemala
Visa-free
90 days
Guyana
Visa-free
90 days
Honduras
Visa-free
90 days
Nicaragua
Visa-free
90 days
Panama
Visa-free
180 days
Peru
Visa-free
183 days
Suriname
Visa-free
90 days
Uruguay
Visa-free
90 days
Venezuela
Visa-free
90 days
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ETIAS

Citizens of Saint Kitts and Nevis can travel to the European Schengen Area without a visa for up to 90 days per 180-day period.

This is thanks to a visa waiver agreement between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Europe. From November 2023, travellers from this country can register with ETIAS to travel without a visa.

The ETIAS is a new travel authorisation system that is being developed by the European Union to improve security in the Schengen Area.

Travellers from countries that are visa-exempt for Europe will need ETIAS approval to visit the Schengen Area, this includes nationals from Saint Kitts and Nevis. ETIAS will be operational from November 2023.

ETIAS stands for European Travel Information and Authorisation System and is part of an integrated EU intelligence initiative with a common goal: improving security and preventing the entry of individuals that may pose a risk to the safety and wellbeing of European citizens.

Obtaining an ETIAS from Saint Kitts and Nevis will be much simpler than a applying for a visa.

The visa waiver can be obtained online by completing an ETIAS application form with the traveller’s personal and passport information.

Consular protection of St. Kitts and Nevis citizens abroad

St. Kitts and Nevis citizens who require consular assistance in a foreign country where there is no St. Kitts and Nevis foreign mission may be able to request assistance from a British Embassy, high commission or consulate. For example, a citizen of St. Kitts and Nevis who need to travel urgently and whose passport has expired, been lost or stolen can be issued with an emergency travel document by a British foreign mission as long as this has cleared with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

  •  🇨🇦 Canada

    • Ottawa (High Commission)

  •  🇨🇺 Cuba

    • Havana (Embassy)

  •  🇺🇸 United States

    • Washington, D.C. (Embassy)

    • Los Angeles (Consulate-General)

    • New York City (Consulate-General)