Yes - A visa is required for travel to Cuba

Monday, December 05, 2016

Our Services Fees

Standard $99.00

Rush Surcharge $30.00

Emergency Surcharge $110.00

Student Visa Service Fees

Student Regular $99.00

Student Rush Surcharge $100.00

Student Emergency Surcharge $140.00

Work Visa Service Fees

Work/Short Term $250.00

Work Rush Surcharge $110.00

Work Emergency Surcharge $120.00

Travel is restricted. The Cuban assets control regulations of the U.S. Treasury Department require that persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction have a license to engage in any transactions related to travel to, from and within Cuba. Transactions related to tourist and business travel are not licensable.

Send these documents to Travisa

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Passport Requirements:

Original, signed passport and one copy of the passport information pages. The passport must be valid for 6 months beyond stay in Cuba, with at least one blank passport page available for Cuban visa stamp. Amendment pages in the back of the passport are not suitable for a Cuban visa.

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Cuban Visa Application Form:

One signed Cuban visa application form. After placing your order, fill out the application form included in your Visa Application Kit.

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Photo Requirements:

One recent 2 x 2 passport type photograph, in color, front view and with a plain/white background.


OR - you can upload a passport photo when you place your order, instead of providing physical passport photos.

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Other Forms:

Purpose of Travel Affidavit
The traveler must sign this document and include it with documents sent to Travisa as a declaration that the purpose of journey has been accurately represented on all application materials. It is recommended to carry a copy or other form of proof of activities in Cuba, which may be required by US Customs upon return to the United States.

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Official Invitation from Cuba:

Approval from the Cuban Immigration Office, obtained by the host institution in Cuba and submitted directly to the Cuban Consulate.
- It is not required to file documentation along with the application, but visa issuance depends on this approval having been received by the Cuban Consulate.

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Letter of Intent:

A letter of intent, addressed to the Cuban Interests Section, respectfully requesting the approval for the Cuban visa. The letter must specify details of the trip, host company in Cuba, and individuals to be met in Cuba. In addition, dates of travel, duration of stay and any relevant information about the trip should be included.

To generate a Cuba Visa Letter of Intent, fill out this On-Line Letter Form and print the completed letter on your company letterhead.

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Special Instructions:

The Cuban assets control regulations of the U.S. Treasury Department require that persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction have a license to engage in any transactions related to travel to, from and within Cuba. Transactions related to tourist and business travel are not licensable. This restriction includes tourist or business travel from or through third countries such as Mexico, Canada, or Caribbean countries. OFAC website (Office of Cuban Assets Control). Additional information regarding licensing and travel restrictions.

Learn more about policy changes regarding travel to Cuba from the United States.

This is Travisa's service order form, where you will provide your contact and shipping information, choose the visa processing needed and make your payment. You must print the completed form and send it to Travisa with all other supporting documents.

Click here for Cuba Consular Fees and Visa Processing Times

Register your trip with the US Embassy in Cuba:

The US State Department strongly encourages American citizens planning international travel to register with the US Embassy(s) in the countries they plan to visit. Registration notifies the US Embassy in each country of your travel plans and enrolls you in the State Department travel advisory and warnings program. Feel more secure about your international travels by having Travisa register your trip with the US Department of State; simply complete the form on your visa application kit after placing your order.

Non-refundable tickets or reservations should not be purchased until all visas and passports are secured and in your possession.


Yes - A visa is required for travel to Cuba

Monday, December 05, 2016

Our Services Fees

Standard $99.00

Rush Surcharge $30.00

Emergency Surcharge $110.00

Student Visa Service Fees

Student Regular $99.00

Student Rush Surcharge $100.00

Student Emergency Surcharge $140.00

Work Visa Service Fees

Work/Short Term $250.00

Work Rush Surcharge $110.00

Work Emergency Surcharge $120.00

A valid passport and visa are required for travel to Cuba.

Effective January 16th, 2015, the US Government is revising policy on travel restriction to Cuba, which will facilitate travel to Cuba for authorized purposes

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Letter of Intent:

A letter of intent, addressed to the Cuban Interests Section, respectfully requesting the approval for the Cuban visa. The letter must specify details of the trip, host company in Cuba, and individuals to be met in Cuba. In addition, dates of travel, duration of stay and any relevant information about the trip should be included.

To generate a Cuba Visa Letter of Intent, fill out this On-Line Letter Form and print the completed letter on your company letterhead.


How to Apply for a Visa to Cuba

  • Review the requirements to apply for your visa
  • Gather your documents and complete the forms
  • Ship your documents to our office

Where to Apply for Your Cuban Visa

Travisa - Washington, DC
4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20008
Tel: 877-876-3266