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Visa Requirements for UK Passport Holders – Guinea Bissau (Republic of Guinea-Bissau)

British nationals require a visa to enter Guinea-Bissau. Applications may be made in writing at least 14 days prior to intended arrival to the Minister of the Interior (State Directorate of National Security & Public Order of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau. The visa will be made available upon arrival at Bissau Airport. Visitors must hold confirmed return or onward tickets, all documents required for their next destination and sufficient funds for maintenance during their stay.

General Requirements for Guinea Bissau Tourist Visa

  • Passport with at least 6 months validity remaining
  • 1 visa application form, fully completed and signed
  • 2 passport-type photographs required
  • Copy of the resident alien card or valid visa

General Requirements for Guinea Bissau Business Visa

  • Passport with at least 6 months validity remaining
  • 1 visa application form, fully completed and signed
  • 2 passport-type photographs required
  • Copy of round trip airline tickets or itinerary
  • A business letter from the company in the US stating the purpose and duration of the travel and proof of financial support
  • Copy of the resident alien card or valid visa

Guinea-Bissau does not have an embassy in London. For more information, British visitors can contact:

Guinea‑Bissau Embassy in Paris

94 Rue St Lazare
Telephone: +33 1 48 74 36 39
Guinea‑Bissau also has Embassies in neighboring countries, including Senegal, which issue visas.

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