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Visa Requirements for UK Passport Holders – Fiji (Republic of Fiji Islands)

If a British national intends to visit Fiji Island as a tourist and stay a maximum of 4 months, a visa will not be required. If traveling for business purposes, you will be allowed to stay up to 14 days without visa. You have to present a valid passport and round-trip or onward airline ticket.

If staying for more than the allowed number of days, whether for tourism or business, they need to secure a visa before traveling to Fiji Islands.

General Requirements for Visa Application

Tourist Visa/Business Visa

  • Current passport with at least 6 months remaining validity
  • Duly accomplished and signed application form
  • 3 passport size pictures
  • Police clearance from the local police
  • Confirmed itinerary

Student Permit

  • Current passport with at least 6 months remaining validity
  • Duly accomplished and signed application form
  • 3 passport size pictures
  • Police clearance from the local police
  • Medical report of the applicant (if applicable)
  • Application fee

Visa Fees
Tourist/Business/Study

  • Single entry: £45.00
  • Multiple entry: £80.00

*Payments can be made either through bank drafts or bank cheques or in cash if application is submitted personally.

Additional information on visa application may be obtained at the office of:

High Commission of the Republic of Fiji
34 Hyde Park Gate
London, SW7 5DN
Telephone: (4420) 7584-3661
Fax: (4420) 7584-2838
Email: fijirepuk@compuserve.com
Website: www.fijihighcommission.org.uk

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