Does a US citizen need a visa to go to Suriname?

How can I get Suriname visa?

Documents required for Suriname Visa

  1. Original Passport with at least 6 months validity and minimum 3 blank pages + all old passports if any.
  2. Visa Application form: completed and signed.
  3. 2 recent photographs: colour photo with white background and matt finish(Photo Specification)

How much is a visa to Suriname?

Fee Payment

Visa Type Single/Multiple Fees
E-Tourist Card Single Entry USD 40
Transit Visa Single Entry USD 15
Tourist Visa Multiple Entry USD 60
Tourist Visa Multiple Entry USD 210

How long does it take to get a Suriname visa?

The processing time for the Suriname e-Visa typically ranges from 3 business days to 7 business days from the date of application. So be sure to apply in time for your trip. If there is an issue with your application or processing, then it may take longer to process your information.

Is it safe to go to Suriname?

Suriname is generally a very safe country for travel. Though issues relating to political protests, violence, petty crime and governmental corruption persist, there’s nothing overbearingly obvious that should stop your trip to Suriname.

How do I become a citizen of Suriname?

Surinamese may acquire nationality through birth or naturalization.

General naturalization

  1. Persons who have previously lost Surinamese nationality;
  2. Foreigners who have established a five-year domicile in Suriname; or.
  3. Persons who were born to parents who were stateless or had unknown nationality.
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Is Suriname Open?

Yes. Suriname’s borders are open for fully vaccinated individuals. Fully vaccinated persons do not require permission to travel to Suriname and are not bound by the quarantine obligation.

How can I get permanent residency in Suriname?

According to an official at the Consulate of Suriname to Canada and an official at the Canadian Consultate to Suriname, in order to obtain permanent resident status in Suriname, a person must first obtain a tourist visa and then obtain resident status (Canada 30 May 2007; Suriname 18 June 2007).