Antigua-Barbuda applicants for Canadian visas may now submit biometric data in Barbados


By Caribbean News Now contributor

WASHINGTON, USA — Antigua and Barbuda’s non-resident high commissioner to Canada, Sir Ronald Sanders, said that he has been informed by the Canadian government that with effect from Saturday, November 2, 2018, nationals of Antigua and Barbuda may now submit biometric data for visas at the Canadian High Commission in Barbados in addition to Trinidad and Tobago.

“This is a welcome development for Antiguans and Barbudans who can now travel to Barbados, incurring less costs than going to Trinidad. We thank the Canadian authorities for responding favourably to our requests to ease the burden on our people,” Sanders said.

“The inclusion of Barbados as a location at which biometric data for visas can be delivered, gives Antigua and…

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