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The following persons may apply for a St. Vincent and the Grenadines’
- who were born in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG)
- whose parents were born in SVG
- who have registered as citizens of SVG
Non-Nationals married to any of the above must register for citizenship prior to applying for a Vincentian passport. See section “Other Consular Services” below passport icon for relevant information and guidance.
For security passports are issued centrally in SVG. Persons not resident in SVG should apply through their nearest Diplomatic or Consular Mission for onward transmission to Kingstown.
Since 2014 SVG commenced the issue
of the more secure e-passport, which will be valid for adults for
10 years and for children (under 16) 5 years. There is currently
no requirement to update the older 5 year machine readable version
if it is still valid, but upon expiry and renewal the newer e-passport
will be issued.
If passport has been lost/stolen/damaged
you are required to fill out the following form
and submit with your application.
When sending important documents by post to support Passport Applications please use ‘Special Delivery’ not ‘Recorded Delivery’. Please note: Fees are subject to change.
Fees and Requirements |
Passport Application |
Most visitors (Non-Nationals) to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
(SVG) are not required to apply in advance for an Entry Visa, providing
they satisfy immigration officials on arrival that they are a genuine
visitor to the country.
However, persons from the following
countries DO require an entry visa prior to arrival in SVG:
Dominican Republic, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Nigeria,
People’s Republic of China and Syria.
All entry visa applications and
payment in the form of a bank draft made payable to the Accountant
General are to be sent to:
Prime Minister’s Office
Entry Visa Department
4th Floor, Administrative Building
St Vincent & the Grenadines
Tel: +1 784 451 2707 Fax: +1 784 457 2152