Immigration relaxed for nationals, residents of St. Martin/St. Maarten | THE DAILY HERALD

ANGUILLA–From Monday, July 22, to Sunday, August 11, immigration procedures for St. Martin/St. Maarten nationals and residents who are not in possession of a passport will be relaxed to allow entry to Anguilla with a valid French or Dutch identification (ID) card. This is to enable easier access to the island for persons attending the Anguilla Summer Festival events.

In addition, nationals from other Caribbean islands residing in St. Martin/St. Maarten and requiring visas for Anguilla, will be exempted from the visa requirement for the same period. However, it is compulsory that they have proof of legal residency in St. Martin/St. Maarten.

Captains of boats visiting Anguilla must ensure that the names of all persons travelling to Anguilla are properly manifested and accounted for. All entry to Anguilla must be at an official port of entry.

Source: The Daily Herald