Change To USA Entry Requirements

Revocation of the Change to USA Entry Requirements Affecting 7 Nationalities

February 11, 2017.  Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands.   Following a Court Appeal on the Immigration denial of entry, a court has upheld turning over the ban and the 7 nationalities indicated in the following statement may now freely enter into the United States under admissible tourist or business visas.  As the matter is receiving national attention in the USA, we will update as this is subject to change or overturning of the court ruling.



Change to USA Entry Requirements Affecting 7 Nationalities

February 2, 2017.  Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands.  The USA Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a Notice following the Executive Order of the President affecting the entry into the United States and its Territories.  interCaribbean Customers may be affected by this change.

The notice effects U.S.A immigration entry requirements affecting the nationals of the following countries:

Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Yemen

Nationals from these countries may travel to the U.S. only when in possession of a permanent resident card (Green card) or specific visas listed below:

  • A1 & A2 (Government Officials and immediate family)
  • C2 (Travel to U.N.)
  • G1 & G2 (Representative & employees of international organisations)
  • G3 & G4 (Representatives to and employees of international organisations)
  • NATO

To find out more information please visit the For more information, please visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection site.

interCaribbean is offering a full refund to any affected customers, or change to a later date.  Customers booked with a Travel Agency to contact their agency for change or refund requests.