The following persons may apply for a Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’ passport. Persons:
a) who were born in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG)
b) whose parents were born in SVG
c) who have registered as citizens of SVG
Non-nationals who are married to any of the above must register for citizenship before they may apply for a Vincentian passport.
The grandchildren of persons born in SVG are not automatically eligible for a Vincentian passport. They may however apply for Residency - in which case they will need to complete the appropriate form and supply the required documents (please see below).
They will also need to present official documentation which prove their relationship to their Vincentian grandparent (i.e. birth certificates/marriage certificates and Decree Absolute if applicable).
New Passport Adult - £ 75.00;
New Passport Child under 16 - £ 40.00;
Application Fee: Adult application £10. Child under 16 Application - £7;
Secure International postage to and from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - £25.00 (people resident outside the UK should telephone the mission since there may be an additional charge).
Nationals of OECS countries have freedom of movement within St Vincent and the Grenadines and can enter the island with a national ID card instead of a passport. Nationals of CARICOM countries can stay in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines for up to six months.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has a mutual visa-waiver agreement with the European Union which allows all citizens of states that are part of the Schengen Agreement to stay without a visa for a maximum period of 90 days in any 180-day period.
Other foreign visitors are in general granted visa free access for stays up to 1 month, which can be extended for a fee.