Trinidad & Tobago Immigration Services

​• ​​​Trinidadian law provides several options for employers of foreign nationals. Foreign nationals, unless exempt by treaty or other agreement, must apply for a business visa before arrival to conduct business activities in Trinidad and Tobago. Visas are generally issued with a 90-day authorized stay and allow a single entry into the country.
• Visa-exempt nationals do not require a visa for entry for business purposes for up to 30 days, 90 days, 90 days within 180 days, or for the period allowed by the immigration officer at the port of entry, depending on their nationality. In practice, the period of stay is generally granted for 21 days.
• Foreign nationals entering Trinidad and Tobago for gainful employment may do so under a work permit waiver for a single entry for a period of up to 30 days every 12 consecutive months. Otherwise, a work permit is required. Work permits may be granted initially for up to three years and must usually be accompanied by a Multiple-Entry Visa, except for passport holders of Canada and the European​ Union.​​​
Detailed Immigration Snapshots, Document Lists and Process Guides are available to clients on request.