Visa requirements when still UK citizens

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Visa requirements when still UK citizens

Postby wreathlady » Tue 20 Mar 2018 20:33

Hi Guys

We have lived in Canada for twelve years and still travel on UK passports (citizenship in the pipeline lol). Would we need some kind of visa to travel to Cuba or the Dominican Republic? I've googled and get different info, contacted the UK consulate, they never replied.
We've been on cruises to the south etc and and flew out of the US and didn't need anything other than the regular 3 month visa. We did have an ESTA when we flew out of Toronto to the not sure about going to these Islands?

any help would be much appreciated


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Re: Visa requirements when still UK citizens

Postby Graeme » Fri 23 Mar 2018 00:29

Usually going from Canada to Cuba you are fine with a British passport, I don't think there are any visa requirement. The DR I have no idea about sorry, I would have thought it would be the same as travelling to the US, you might need a visa (ESTA) for that. I would have thought that if you can fly to the USA you should be okay to the DR.
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Re: Visa requirements when still UK citizens

Postby Sulivanmaritime » Sat 31 Mar 2018 09:56

The US allows UK citizens to use the “Visa Waiver Program,” but you still need an ESTA before you can travel. You can get a single ESTA if you’re traveling alone, or you can apply as part of a group.

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