How Long Can I Stay in St. Maarten as a Visitor?
VISITING ST. MAARTEN AS A TOURIST
St. Maarten is a top Caribbean destination for travelers coming from Canada, United States, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom and many other places! If you’re hoping to visit St. Maarten in the near-future, you may be wondering to yourself, “How long can I stay in St. Maarten as a visitor?”
How long can visitors stay in St. Maarten?
Most visitors may remain in St. Maarten for a maximum of 30 uninterrupted days. Dutch nationals and American nationals are allowed to stay for a maximum of 6 months uninterrupted with a possibility for extension.
Canadians, European Union nationals, Australians, New Zealanders and Japanese nationals have an allowable stay of maximum 3 months uninterrupted with a possibility for extension.
Requesting an extension of stay
Any tourist who wishes to stay longer than their allowed time may request an extension; however, the possibility to obtain an extension can differ for those travelers who require a visa to enter St. Maarten.
All tourists who have received an approved extension of stay must have medical insurance valid for the duration of the extended stay.
Source: The Government of St. Maarten
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