What countries can green card holder travel without a visa?
To be honest it depends on where you are from and what country has granted you a green card. US green card holders can visit Mexico and Canada without a visa, but you still need a passport and leaving the Us for over a year can lead to having your green card taken away.
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USA, CANADA, MEXICO, some Central American countries, some Caribbean islands, Switzerland . and to those to which nationals of your countries are allowed to travel without a …visa or resident permit. There might be some more. Note: You must hold the actual card in most cases. Starting Dec 2008, Switzerland is a part of Shenghen nations and does not waive visa requirements for GC holders.
Hello there, my husband and I planning to go to Italy in couple of months from now ,there for i had to ask the same question via email to the Itlay consulate and i got this a…nswer today the 15July.2009 ,there answer is : Here are the instructions for the visa: CAREFULLY COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU PRINT CLEARLY AND FILL EVERY LINE, INDICATING EXACTLY THE LENGTH OF YOUR STAY AS WELL AS THE ENTRANCE AND EXIT BORDER POINTS. PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT YOUR APPLICATION SHALL NOT BE PROCESSED IF NOT LEGIBLE OR NOT COMPLETELY FILLED OUT, SIGNED AND DATED ; . one passport size photograph; . your original passport or re-entry permit, valid for at least 3 months after your travel. Please submit the passport together with a copy of all the relevant pages. . airline ticket or reservations (MUST show arrival and departure dates); . proof of hotel reservations, proof of registration with an organized tour, vacation home rental, or letter of invitation for stay with family or friends who reside in Italy legally and permanently, which must be sent directly by mail to the applicant. In this case the invitation can be made through a self-executed affidavit , accompanied by a copy of the invitees' permit of stay in Italy. In the case of an Italian invitee a copy of a valid identification document will be sufficient (Please note that email or any other internet generated document may not be accepted) . . Green Card or Resident Visa and either: certificate of domicile or driver's license or State ID (originals or notarized copies) . letter or statement from your bank showing the account's transactions ( Original only, no photocopies accepted) ; . Proof of employment: declaration of the employer on letter head stating that the applicant has a full time job, his/her salary and that his/her vacation/leave time has been approved. If applicant is self-employed, updated business license and most recent tax return filing. Students must submit an official letter of full-time enrollment from the school, college or university. . Proof of medical insurance covering the entire period of stay in Italy. U.S. health insurance is accepted only with a letter from the insurance provider confirming overseas coverage. The coverage for medical expenses must not be less than $50,000 and CANNOT be on reimbursement basis. For insurance purchased for the trip only, the whole travel period must be covered. . fees subjected to change without notice, please check www.consmiami.esteri.it for updated amounts; money order, payable to Consulate General of Italy, in the EXACT AMOUNT. Personal checks are NOT accepted. . self addressed and stamped envelope for the return of your passport (if you wish your passport to be returned using a special service, you must provide all the necessary labels, envelopes and fees) . . Complete set of copies of ALL the presented documents including passport I hope this is help caz am sure this is the best I could get too ! radaw
Great question because I live in the Caribbean You can go to St.Thomas, St.John, St. Croix and that's basically it. Very limited that's why I also have a British and American …passports. Then you can go to all of the islands.
not you dont need it
Yes, you can. You just have to take your green card along with your Iranian passport.
If you are a citizen of a country whose citizen do not need a visa to visit Japan, then you are fine; Green card does not waive visa requirement for Japan.
Australia, Canada,Denmark, New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga,Samoa,UK,Guam,
Yes--you need a visa now--My wife is from China00and has a American Green Card she was forced to go back home because she did not have a visa!
A green card gets you into the US. It doesn't mean that you can use it to get into any other country! Each country you want to visit has its own visa regulations. Check these …requirements at the embassy (or online) according to your needs.
Strangely enough, more countries than a US citizen can visit. The card holder could visit his or her own country and countries like Brazil for example which a US citizen would… need a visa for.
England, west and East Germany
No! You can check with the Jamaica Embassy in Washington D.C. 202-452-0660
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You need a passport to travel to any other country (even Canada andMexico) from the United States, whether you are a US citizen or apermanent resident with a green card. You w…ill also need a passportto re-enter the United States from any other country.
If you have Indian citizenship,passport and got US GC then for Bahamas, Canada, Mexico and Switzerland you don't need visitor or tourist visa.You can travel to Costa Rica with…out needing a visa too.Assuming you have an Indian passport, the UK and France will exempt you from a Transit visa but not a visitor's visa.You'll need tourist visas for UK and France.
The fact that you hold a US "green card" is essentially irrelevant. What matters is the relationship whatever country you are a citizen of has with Spain. US Citizens, with a… US passport, can enter Spain for up to 90 days without a visa. You should check with your country's embassy or consulate to determine whether you can legally enter Spain without a visa.