Solomon Islands Visa

Citizens of most western countries do not need a visa to enter Solomon Islands. However, visitors wishing to enter the territory need to have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months upon entering the country. Visitors must also have a valid return ticket and must be able to show that he or she has sufficient funds to support his /her stay in Solomon Islands . If the visitor is flying out to another country other than his/ her country of residence, he/she must be able to show a valid visa (if required) to enter that country.

For a complete list of countries who can acquire a tourist permit upon their arrival in the Solomon Islands, as well as those that require prior approval.

Those that require prior approval from Solomon Islands" Director of Immigration can apply for an entry visa by emailing, or by writing and mailing it to: P.O. Box G26, Honiara, Solomon Islands.

Once granted a visa or permit, tourists are allowed a period of three months that can be used within a year. Entry permits can also be extended to a maximum period of three months upon the provision of substantial justification for the extension, as well as, a filled-up application form, photograph, and fee to the proper authorities.

For more information on visa applications anywhere in the world, visit:
Solomon Island Visa
US Passport Service Guide
Project Visa Nepal

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