Dominican Republic and Honduras Eliminate Visas

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.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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.  

The signed agreement establishes that Hondurans, holders of ordinary, valid and current passports will be exempt from the obligation of the visa requirement to enter the Dominican territory for tourism purposes, with an initial stay of up to 60 days without visa requirement and the same for the Dominicans who enter Honduran territory.

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Honduras and the United Arab Emirates Eliminate Visas

May 2018

As of May 25th, Honduran citizens will be able to travel to the Arab country for tourism or business purposes for up to 90 days without requiring a visa.

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Honduras:

United Arab Emirates. Starting from May 25, an agreement will enter force that will allow Hondurans traveling to the United Arab Emirates to enter that country without the need for a visa. The migratory benefit applies to Hondurans holding diplomatic, official, special and ordinary passports. The agreement also establishes that in the same way citizens of that Middle East country wishing to travel to Honduras will be exempt from the visa requirement. 

Nicaragua Eliminates Visa for Dominicans

March 2018

Citizens of the Dominican Republic who travel to Nicaragua for tourism or business purposes for a period of up to 90 days may enter without having to have a visa.

Nicaraguans visiting the Dominican Republic will also not be required to have a visa to enter.

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.

Peru and Costa Rica Eliminate Visas for Travelers

July 2015

In 30 days, the agreement will become effective for the elimination of tourist visas in ordinary passports of Peru and Costa Rica.

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica:

July 2, 2015. Manuel A. Gonzalez Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru, Ana Maria Sanchez Vargas, signed in Paracas, Peru, the Agreement on the abolition of visas in ordinary passports.

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