How to Apply for Visitor Visa in Dominica

Apply for Visitor Visa in Dominica

  1. Get the documents you require and have the originals notarized.
  2. Please fill out an application.
  3. Fill out the form with any other necessary documents.
  4. The application fee is in the form of an electronic bank draft.

Required Documents For Visitor Visa

  • Completed Visa Application Form
  • A valid passport and two passport-sized photos
  • Letter of Invitation
  • Bank statement of the applicant or the sponsor
  • Letter of employment (if employ) or evidence of self-employment.
  • Fee for application (Bank Draft of EC$200.00) made payable to the Accountant General


  • Any information written that is written in Foreign Languages should be translated into English by a licensed translator, who has been stamped and notarized in a timely manner.
  • All copies and documents must be notarized.
  • Since on May 25th, 2009 on May 25, 2009, a Police Record and Medical Report (including HIV/AIDS test) are no longer required when applying for the Visa.

Office Locations and Contacts

Labour Division

Ministry of National Security, Labour and Immigration

2nd Floor Government Headquarters

Kennedy Avenue


Commonwealth of Dominica

Telephone: (767) 266-3553

Fax: (767) 448-5200


What are all the Eligibility

The following individuals are not required to have an entry visa in Dominica’s Commonwealth of Dominica:

  • People from the following countries who wish to join the Commonwealth of Dominica for a No more than six months:
    • Countries of the Commonwealth of Nations (Member States of the Commonwealth)
    • States that are members of CARICOM
    • Austria
    • Bulgaria
    • Cyprus
    • Czech Republic
    • Estonia
    • Finland
    • Hungary
    • Latvia
    • Lithuania
    • Poland
    • Romania
    • Slovakia
    • Slovenia
    • United States of America
  • Individuals from the following nations are eligible to join the Commonwealth of Dominica for an amount not exceeding three months:
    • Argentina
    • Belgium
    • Costa Rica
    • Denmark
    • France
    • Germany
    • Greece
    • Ireland
    • Israel
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Luxembourg
    • Malta
    • Mexico
    • Netherlands (including Netherland Antilles)
    • Norway
    • Portugal
    • Taiwan
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Suriname
    • Sweden
    • United Kingdom
    • Venezuela
  • Any passenger in transit or genuine tourist in possession of an exit ticket who is able to convince the Immigration Officer the person is not planning to stay in the state for more than 21 days.
  • Tourists on vessels.


  • The Bank Draft amount is EC$200.00 (Application fee) Payable to the Accountant General.

Documents to Utilize


The Labour Department is responsible for Citizenship and Naturalization, work and residence permits Industrial relations, labor and productivity, the recruitment and employment of laborers, as well as trade dispute along with Trade Union issues.

Requirements Information

  • Passport Number
  • The country of issue, Issuing Country
  • Date of Issue and Expiration
  • Name of the applicant
  • Date of Birth
  • Birthplace of the Child
  • Nationality
  • Gender
  • Other Identification
  • Home Address
  • Contact Numbers
  • Marital Status
  • Spouse’s full name and date of birth
  • Name and address of the present Employer or the School
  • Current Work
  • When do you plan to arrive within Dominica? Commonwealth of Dominica
  • Where will you reside in Dominica
  • Name and Phone Numbers of the person in Dominica that you are in contact with or visiting to conduct business or tourism
  • How long do you expect to stay in Dominica
  • The purpose of Your Trip
  • Who will cover the cost of Your Trip

The Document is required

Visas are a legal document that states that the person has been granted permission to travel into or out of the area in which the visa was granted, subject to the permission granted by an immigration officer upon entry.

The authorization could be a form of document, however typically, it comes in the shape of a stamp that is endorsed by the passport of the person applying (or the passport replacement document).

Information that could be helpful

The activities that is performed by the Labour Division is governed by the Labour Standards Act, Chapter 85:05 in the Revised Laws of Dominica. The Department is led by the Commissioner for Labour (Mr. Matthew LeBlanc) supported by the Deputy Labour Commissioner, the Labour Officers and other staff supporting them.

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