VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO PUERTO RICO BY COUNTRY
United States Citizens
United States citizens do not require a visa for Puerto Rico, but must have a form of official government issued picture identification to enter Puerto Rico such as a passport, current driver’s license or a photo-identification card issued to non-drivers by a state’s motor vehicles department.
Citizens of other countries have the same requirements as for entering the United States. For a complete list of countries whose citizens require a visa for travel to Puerto Rico, as well as visa application information, please visit the US Embassy website.
Visa Waiver Program
The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables most citizens or nationals of participating countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business for stays of 90 days or less without first obtaining a visa, when they meet all requirements explained on the US Department of State website.
Apply for your Visa as Soon as Possible
As it may take several weeks for your visa application to be processed please allow ample time when applying for your visa. Check on visa wait times for an interview appointment.
Locate a U.S. Embassy or Consulate worldwide: find out how to pay the visa application fee, make an interview appointment, and learn much more
Download the Business Travel to the United States pdf overview.
Invitation letters can be issued for registered delegates of Biolatam 2016. Please note that this can only be done upon receipt of payment for your registration.
In preparation of the letter, we will need the following information:
Name as it appears on passport
The address of the consulate or embassy where you will be applying for the visa
The date and city of your departure for the conference
The date and city of your arrival for the conference
The date and city of your departure to return home
The date and city of your arrival to return home
For a letter of invitation, please contact Sonia Perez at email@example.com. A letter of invitation will be emailed to you within 7 business days.
For information on the Zika virus for travelers, including facts, symptoms and medical treatment, please read this important information from Puerto Rico in collaboration with the CDC in Atlanta, the CDC team on the ground in Puerto Rico and the local department of public health.