Under the Immigration and Emigration Act 1986, all non-citizens entering the Marshall Islands , with certain exceptions (e.g., diplomats and government workers), must have valid passports and entry permits (visas).
Currently, business visitors and tourists receive a 30-day, free visa upon arrival. On request, the "visitor's" entry permit can be extended for another 60 days, or the "visitor's" entry permit can initially be issued for 90 days.
Foreign investors and workers who intend to stay longer should obtain one-year visas. These visas are renewable for successive one-year terms. The one-year visas are to be obtained before entry into the Marshall Islands .
For information and to apply for the one-year visa, contact the Division of Immigration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, PO Box 1349 , Majuro, MH 96960.