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Do U.S. citizens need Visas to travel to Cuba?

Do U.S. citizens need Visas to travel to Cuba?

  1. Anonymous

    hi! I’ve booked a flight from LGA to CFG via MIA on AA. What are the entry requirements to visit Cuba? I understand that I need to fall within one of the 12 categories listed by the U.S. Treasury. My question is: to whom do I need to report which category I have selected? And does the Cuban government require me, as a U.S. Citizen to obtain a visa?

    Please respond a.s.a.p.

    Thank You!

  2. David W

    I believe you will be given an affidavit to sign to confirm you’re traveling for a valid reason. A visa is required but is offered on arrival, if I’m not mistaken

  3. Gaurav

    Scott from milevalue recently visited Cuba. This might be helpful:

    [URL]http://www.milevalue.com/american-cuba-2015-entry-exit-legal-requirements-visa-documents-passport/[/URL]

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