1. When is the best time to apply for my Pitcairn Island visa? The best time to apply for your Pitcairn Island visa is 1-2 months before your travel date.
  2. Do I have to send you my passport to get a Pitcairn Island visa? Is it safe to send a passport? You will need to send your actual passport, not a copy of it. The Pitcairn Island visa is stamped on your passport and will become one of your passport pages. Visa requests cannot be processed without your original passport. Because of the importance of your passport, we strongly suggest that you send your application and passport to CIBTvisas in a secure way, using a traceable courier such as FedEx, UPS, Express Mail or Certified Mail.



Tourist Application Requirements for a Pitcairn Island Visa

  1. Special Instructions

    You may obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 14 days. Please keep in mind that you must:

    • Hold a passport valid at least six months on entry with one blank visa page
    • Hold proof of sufficient funds relative to your intended length of stay

    If you will be staying longer than 14 days, then you must complete and submit an entry clearance application form prior to travel. The application form must be submitted directly to the Pitcairn Immigration Office. Additional information can be found at http://www.pitcairn.pn/visaInfo.php

Visa Pre-Check

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