US Embassy: No change to visa waiver list of countries

The U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the OECS is advising the public that, contrary to rumors, the list of countries participating in the U.S. Visa Waiver Programme has not changed.

The embassy said members of the public may view the complete list of countries whose citizens are currently eligible to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Programme at this link:

6 Responses to US Embassy: No change to visa waiver list of countries

  1. Hal Austin January 26, 2017 at 4:25 am

    The response to Trump is simple: all US citizens travelling to Barbados must have passports and visas. Every condition the US, or any other country, puts on Barbadian citizens, the same will be done to them.
    This includes India, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, France etc. But if we put tourism before our integrity as a state then we allow US travellers to enter the country using driving licences.

  2. Jennifer January 26, 2017 at 6:02 am

    @Hal- your funny hal. Its too late for that I am afraid. The enemy is already sleeping within. With the coons and cowards our leaders are is another reason it wound happen either. With no military. economic. or political mite all we can do now is tow the line.

  3. Jennifer January 26, 2017 at 6:09 am

    Don’t you see how FLUID Trump has things moving.

  4. Jennifer January 26, 2017 at 6:26 am

    Notice how the countries within the visa waiver program-me are of HIS PEOPLE who has branched out into the areas where they are in the majority AND have monopolized and colonized via their raping, robbing and pillaging as they live by the sword. We should learn brotherhood from these people. NO CRAB IN BAREL INSTEAD

  5. Peter January 26, 2017 at 8:37 am

    A great leader. A National Hero, and the proverbial ” Father of I independence of a now 50 year old country, once said ” We are friends of all but satellites of none.” I see your point Hal. I see Jennifer’s point too. The Great USA has exhibited two things since this last elections. One – The whites still control America. and Two.- They are not ready for a female president. Sadly Hillary was riding on the legacy of Obama, a black man who was their president and will remain so for posterity. The Caribbean can NEVER be one, simply because they have 15 separate votes at the UN as opposed to one should they join together in a political union. Does the term “DIVIDE AND RULE” elucidates itself clearly here? We are too small and insignificant a nation to make any demands. According to Jennifer we have no choice but put our toe to the line (stand to order) or tow the line ( a cable noose around our necks).

  6. Vad50 January 26, 2017 at 8:38 am

    I always believe that countries that require Barbadians to have visa should be required to have visa for Barbados. Considering that we cannot go into their country without a passport and visa, we should be doing the same. And it is never too late to change policies. Therefore, let’s implement visa for all USA citizens and other countries who require Barbadians to have visas. Let’s change the rules and charge the USA citizens the same $250 US that they charge Barbadians.


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