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38 Countries that U.S. Green Card Holders Can Travel To Visa-Free


There are several advantages to having a United States Green Card. First, with a Green Card, you can legally work and stay in the country permanently if you like. But that is not all. It also grants you the opportunity to travel to other countries without the need to take the time and effort to apply for a visa the same way that U.S. citizens can.

Are you interested in obtaining a U.S. Green Card? For assistance and to learn more about how you can obtain your U.S. Green Card, the Atlanta citizenship attorney at Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc.

Green Card Travel Benefits 

American citizens have a wide variety of countries that they can visit without having to be approved for a visa beforehand. There are currently over 180 countries that allow this privilege, meaning American citizens have options when it comes to globetrotting.

Despite not having the exact same privileges in all countries that American citizens do, Green Card holders still have several options. In fact, being a U.S. Green Card holder means that you can travel to as many as 38 countries around the world without a visa requirement, and Green Card holders can also travel to all U.S. territories.

If you are a Green Card holder, the first thing you should do when you are planning on visiting a specific country is to check the visa policy of that country to see if you can get in without having to apply and be approved for a visa. Even if you have traveled to a country before that allowed you entry with your Green Card and didn’t necessitate a visa, things can always change. For this reason, it is still a good idea just to do a quick check and ensure that the entry requirements have remained the same.

The list of 38 countries that currently allow Green Card holders to travel without a visa include the following:

  1. Canada
  2. Mexico
  3. Belize
  4. Costa Rica
  5. Panama
  6. Morocco
  7. Chile
  8. Peru
  9. India
  10. Thailand
  11. Aruba
  12. Bahamas
  13. Albania
  14. Armenia
  15. Georgia
  16. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  17. Montenegro
  18. Serbia
  19. Turkey
  20. Bahrain
  21. Jordan
  22. Oman
  23. Qatar
  24. United Arab Emirates
  25. Malaysia
  26. Philippines
  27. Singapore
  28. South Korea
  29. Taiwan
  30. Anguilla
  31. Antigua and Barbuda
  32. Bermuda
  33. Bonaire
  34. Cayman Islands
  35. Curacao
  36. Dominican Republic
  37. Sint Maarten
  38. Turks and Caicos

Now you know that your Green Card will allow you to travel to U.S. territories and currently, the countries listed above. With a U.S. Green Card, you can enjoy more freedom with your ability to move about in and out of the United States as your Green Card also allows you to easily re-enter the U.S. once your travel plans are over.

Speak to an Atlanta Visa Attorney Today 

There are over 30 countries that U.S. Green Card holders can easily travel to without having a visa. Getting a Green Card may be appropriate for your situation and objectives.

For a consultation to discuss your needs and case, please call Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. today at 404-523-3611. One of our Atlanta, GA, immigration lawyers is here for you and ready to help.



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