Entry Requirements Into Culebra
Passport Information & Customs Requirements
Ordinarily, for a U.S. citizen, entry requirements into Culebra and Puerto Rico does not involve a passport. However, with the implemntation of the recent Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, all travelers entering the United States from some Caribbean nations are required to have a valid passport, or other officially accepted identification document.
Since Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States, the same immigration procedure apply as in the United States. All U.S. citizens entering Puerto Rico must present a government-issued photo identification or birth certificate.
All non U.S. citizens must have a valid passport to enter Puerto Rico. A visa is also a requirement, though this may be waivedin some instances. Nationals of other countries may obtain either a temporary non-immigrant visa or an immigrant visa granting permanent residency status.
Following are contact numbers for a few consulates and embassies in Puerto Rico:
Austria: Olympic Tower, # 5No. 1 Manuel Rodriguez Serra Street, San Juan 00907 Puerto Rico, 787-723-9863
Denmark: 360 San Francisco Street San Juan 00901, 787-725-2532
Finland: Honorary Consulate of Finland D Street No. G 6 Torremolinos, Guaynabo PR 00657, 787-720-0098
Great Britain:, British Consulate, Torre Chardon, Suite 1236, 350 Chardon Avenue San Juan 00918, 787-758-9828
Spain: Edificio Mercantil Plaza, piso 11, oficina 1101 Av. Ponce de Leon s/n Hato Rey, 787-758-6090
Venezuela: Edf. Mercantil Plaza Piso 6, Ofc.601 Ave. Ponce de Leon San Juan, P.R. 00918, 787-766-4250
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