Visa requirements

The Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Washington D.C. advises that while U.S. citizens are not required to obtain a visa to enter, the Embassy requires that the following documents be submitted to their office prior to the travel:

  1.   2 completed and signed visa application forms.
  2.   A photocopy of your U. S. passport.
  3.   2 recent professional passport size photos of the applicant.
  4.    For a business visa - a letter of responsibility ( sample ) is required, to be typewritten on your company letterhead.
  5.    Copy of a bank statement showing at least $2000 on deposit. For business travelers it can be a letter from the company paying for the trip confirming the amount of at least $2000 available to cover expenses while in Equatorial Guinea.
  6.   Visa processing Order Form.

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Up to a 90-day stay
documents submitted only

* All prices include courier fees and Allstate Passports & Visas fees.


Please mail your documents for visa processing to the address below:

Allstate Passports & Visas
123 Queen Anne Ave. N., Suite 102
Seattle, WA 98109
Tel: (206) 522-5995


Important information

Requirements and fees related to the processing of visas are subject to change, including, but not limited to, consular fees, application forms and documentation required for visa issuance, which are subject to change without notice. Exact visa processing time depends on workload of the Consulate. Visa processing fees are non-refundable. Visas and passports are normally sent by U.S. Mail or Express package services (FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.) and are subject to the conditions set by these Companies for Shipment. Allstate Passports & Visas will not be responsible for any loss or delays incurred for shipments consigned to these delivery services. Documents which are submitted in the manner different from the above will not be accepted. After visa is received please check it and if you discover any mistake return it to us for correction. Allstate Passports & Visas and the Embassy / Consulate General will not be responsible for the mistakes which are not brought to their attention before departure from the USA. If you need more information or have questions about visa processing, please e-mail info@allstatepassports.com or call our Visa Department at (206) 522-5995 or (800) 215-4378 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST.