CA-4 Countries will Issue Single Visa

The CA-4 countries (Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua) would be issuing a unified visa before the end of the year.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

In order to regulate passage through several Central American countries a single visa for tourists will be created.

Laprensa.hn writes, "Today nationals of member countries of CA-4 can move with their identity card, while foreigners do by getting a permit in any of the four countries."

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Panama to Require Visa for Venezuelans

August 2017

As of October 1, 2017, Venezuelans traveling to Panama will need a stamped visa in order to enter the country.

From a statement issued by the Presidency of Panama:

August 22, 2017. The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, announced today that from October 1, Venezuelans traveling to Panama will need a stamped visa in order to enter the national territory.

Dominican Republic and Honduras Eliminate Visas

July 2017

The agreement signed between governments abolishes the visa requirement for citizens of both countries who enter for tourism or business purposes for a term of up to 60 days.

From a statement issued by the government of Honduras:

Tegucigalpa. With the aim of promoting tourism and facilitating the movement of Honduran and Dominican citizens, the governments of Honduras and the Dominican Republic signed an agreement today establishing the abolition of visa requirements for their nationals in ordinary passports.  

Private Sector Advocates Regional Integration

May 2011

Businessmen from the Isthmus are urging governments to work together to achieve integration.

The Advisory Committee on Central American Economic Integration (CCIE), representing the region's private sector, recently met in Managua and decided to expedite the process to move towards economic integration in Central America.

Common Tourist Visa for Central America

November 2009

For the rest of the world, we are becoming better known as Central America rather than different countries, specially in the tourism industry.

Andrés Oppenheimer compared the integration process of the European Union, and the "disintegration" process of Latin America. In his analysis, he highlights the importance of tourism visas, a very important topic in Central America, a region betting on an "industry without chimneys" as its main development vector.

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