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VISA for suriname and guyana

by TRACYBRASH Online Now Dec 13, 2005 at 12:17 PM

As a US citizen do I need a visa to enter Suriname from Guyana (by land) or vis versa?

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  • Re: VISA for suriname and guyana

    by tigernerve Online Now Jul 25, 2008 at 1:59 PM

    Yea, sorry!

    I once got a year visa from Georgetown, Guyana. I found out that if you get it through Miami, they do visas as long as five years. DC only gave me a year tops. But I did not ask for more at the time either.

    You have to get a visa to enter. Make sure it's a "multiple" visa. But once your in you can get a permanent residency pretty easy and it's good for two years. Otherwise you have to leave the border for a day and come back every six months you spend in Suriname. I visited both French Guiana on one occassion and Guyana on the other. If you have a spouse that's originally from there or if your a student or on business it's suppost to be easier I think as with most countries.

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