Visa-free travel for Green Card Holders

xunseanyu

New Member
For your reference, I have compiled a list of countries (regions) that grant visa-free travel rights to US permanent residents regradless of their nationalities. Now we Indians and Chineses have some places to go!

Enjoy!

Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp

Mexico: http://www.consulmexny.org/eng/visas_fmt_inm-pr.htm

Switzerland: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/nameri/vusa/ref_visinf/visusa.html

Bahamas: http://www.bahamas.com/bahamas/about/entryrequirements.aspx?

Bermuda: http://www.bermuda.com/travelcenter/immigration_regulations.php

Cayman Islands: http://www.caymanislands.ky/getting_there/entry_requirements.aspx

Jamaica: http://www.jamaicaembassy.org/visitors.htm

Aruba: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000398EN

The Netherland Antilles: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000397EN

Antigua & Barbuda

Dominica

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No Visa needed for any visitors whatsoever:

Maldives: http://www.visitmaldives.com.mv/

Seychelles: http://www.seychelles.com/

Turks and Caicos: http://www.turksandcaicostourism.com/ (Except for former Eastern Bloc)
 

howdy_howdy

Volunteer Moderator
Refer to this website.. It has visa requirement for any country, no matter you have GC or not.

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

For your reference, I have compiled a list of countries (regions) that grant visa-free travel rights to US permanent residents regradless of their nationalities. Now we Indians and Chineses have some places to go!

Enjoy!

Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp

Mexico: http://www.consulmexny.org/eng/visas_fmt_inm-pr.htm

Switzerland: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/nameri/vusa/ref_visinf/visusa.html

Bahamas: http://www.bahamas.com/bahamas/about/entryrequirements.aspx?

Bermuda: http://www.bermuda.com/travelcenter/immigration_regulations.php

Cayman Islands: http://www.caymanislands.ky/getting_there/entry_requirements.aspx

Jamaica: http://www.jamaicaembassy.org/visitors.htm

Aruba: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000398EN

The Netherland Antilles: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000397EN

Antigua & Barbuda

Dominica

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No Visa needed for any visitors whatsoever:

Maldives: http://www.visitmaldives.com.mv/

Seychelles: http://www.seychelles.com/

Turks and Caicos: http://www.turksandcaicostourism.com/ (Except for former Eastern Bloc)
 

cutipie721

Registered Users (C)
I would always always always check the embassy's website before planning any trips for any updates. Any third party data cannot be 100% relied on, nor they claim responsibility anyway.
 

PERMUser

Registered Users (C)
For your reference, I have compiled a list of countries (regions) that grant visa-free travel rights to US permanent residents regradless of their nationalities. Now we Indians and Chineses have some places to go!

Enjoy!

Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp

Mexico: http://www.consulmexny.org/eng/visas_fmt_inm-pr.htm

Switzerland: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/nameri/vusa/ref_visinf/visusa.html

Bahamas: http://www.bahamas.com/bahamas/about/entryrequirements.aspx?

Bermuda: http://www.bermuda.com/travelcenter/immigration_regulations.php

Cayman Islands: http://www.caymanislands.ky/getting_there/entry_requirements.aspx

Jamaica: http://www.jamaicaembassy.org/visitors.htm

Aruba: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000398EN

The Netherland Antilles: http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/article.asp?articleref=AR00000397EN

Antigua & Barbuda

Dominica

------------------------------------------------------

No Visa needed for any visitors whatsoever:

Maldives: http://www.visitmaldives.com.mv/

Seychelles: http://www.seychelles.com/

Turks and Caicos: http://www.turksandcaicostourism.com/ (Except for former Eastern Bloc)



Good Job. Appreciate it.
 

nobody2006

Registered Users (C)
No visa is required for foreigners who have a valid U.S. green card (Permanent Resident Card, form I-551) and a valid national passport for tourism, visits, business or medical treatment for a stay up to 90 days.

Switzerland is gonna be off that list on Jan 1, 2008. Just a heads up. :)
 

armie

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I never said the EU. I said Schengen. You can opt into the Schengen Treaty without joining the EU. Iceland and Norway have done this, so... chill :)

Public opinion in Switzwerland are vehemently against joining EU,adopting Euro and Shengan treaty. So chances of not GC holders not being able to travel without Visa in not under jeopardy anytime soon eventhough the Swiss government wants to be part of EU.

I was there last week, they didn't even bother checking Passport and GC when entering via road from Italy. Perhaps you shouldn't comment on things you dont know?
 

cafeconleche

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Public opinion in Switzwerland are vehemently against joining EU,adopting Euro and Shengan treaty. So chances of not GC holders not being able to travel without Visa in not under jeopardy anytime soon eventhough the Swiss government wants to be part of EU.

I was there last week, they didn't even bother checking Passport and GC when entering via road from Italy. Perhaps you shouldn't comment on things you dont know?

Hmm, then I guess someone at the BBC wrote this article after a night of heavy drinking: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4612281.stm

But then what's this: http://www.swissinfo.org/eng/swissinfo.html?siteSect=107&sid=5844873&cKey=1117980899000

Hmm, two news sources, among others, with the same information? Isn't that interesting?

Tell me what I don't know when you decide to start checking things out BEFORE you make comments...
 
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Triple Citizen

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Not checking your documents does not mean that they cannot check documents for another person. Any entry applicant can be inspected by a Swiss official at random.

I was there last week, they didn't even bother checking Passport and GC when entering via road from Italy.
 

StonedAnt

Registered Users (C)
So, just wondering about how Martha Stewart got her UK visa denied. Why did she need a visa to begin with, she's a US citizen.

Same thing for Boy George.

Stoned!
 

TheRealCanadian

Volunteer Moderator
So, just wondering about how Martha Stewart got her UK visa denied. Why did she need a visa to begin with, she's a US citizen.

Being a convicted felon, she might not be eligible for the visa waiver.

Same thing for Boy George.

Not all UK citizens are eligible for the VWP. Considering that he's had legal troubles on both side of the Atlantic, I'd be shocked if he was eligible to be honest.
 

dfvm

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turks and caicos

do you know if we need a visa to these islands? green card holder here!;)
 
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