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Which countries exempt travel visa for US Green Card Holders?

Discussion in 'Life After The Green Card' started by mastmastana, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. mastmastana

    mastmastana Registered Users (C)

    Hi All,

    Does anyone knows the countries where US Greencard holders can travel to without requiring a Visa ?

    Specially interested in knowing about :
    - Bahamas
    - Mexico
    - UK
    - Canada
    - France

    Please also post any other travel benefits to US Green Card Holders?

    Please advice.
    MM
  2. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

    ***************You need to post your citizenship details.It seems to me you are Indian citizen and you will need visa for France, UK

    If you have Indian citizenship and got US GC then for Canada, Mexico and Switzerland you don’t need visitor visa. Wait for other members reply
  3. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    Assuming you have an Indian passport, the UK and France will exempt you from a Transit visa but not a visitor's visa.

  4. forrest_gump

    forrest_gump Registered Users (C)

    Assuming you're an Indian passport holder, with a US Green Card, you won't need tourist visas for Bahamas, Mexico, or Canada.

    You'll need tourist visas for UK and France (you don't need transit visas for these countries).


  5. pmpforgc

    pmpforgc Registered Users (C)

    Any more countries exampting visa

    Can we get some more input on this question.

    Which countires exampt Indian passport holders and US GC holders from Tourist/visitor visa?


    Which countires exampt Indian passport holders and US GC holders from Tourist/visitor visa?

    I am interested in knowing more european countries who are exampting from such requirements

    Thanks
  6. hopeofgc

    hopeofgc Registered Users (C)

    For Switzerland, you don't need visitor visa. But other countries in Europe need the visitor visa.
  7. howdy_howdy

    howdy_howdy Volunteer Moderator

    You can use this site to find out if you need visa for travel to other countries:

    http://www.delta.com/planning_reser...formation/visa_passport_information/index.jsp

    You may want to bookmark this page.


  8. rvb_md2001

    rvb_md2001 Registered Users (C)

  9. ginnu

    ginnu Registered Users (C)

    I don’t know if that is true I was reading on one site that Indian passport holder CAN enter Canada from US without Visa but if Indian passport holder with US GC takes Flight to Canada from India then he/she needs Canada visa. It was posted on britishexpats.com. I don’t think that info is true and I have not done research for that .
  10. rdolma

    rdolma New Member

    Am I in trouble?

    I hold Nepali citizenship and I have green card but on the greencard, it says my country of birth is China. Is this problematic considering the fact that I'm going to Nepal this summer and already purchased the ticket
  11. König

    König Registered Users (C)

    Problematic for whom? If you hold a valid Nepali passport, that is all you need to enter Nepal since they should not care about your GC. If you think the place of birth was written in error on your GC, you can file an I-90 to correct the error. However, I do not think this mistake will somehow affect your travel plans.
  12. cafeconleche

    cafeconleche Registered Users (C)

    Wrong thread to ask the question.

    Switzerland is not visa-exempt solely based on having a GC anymore.

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