Gibraltar Visa – How To Apply For A Gibraltarian Visa

If you are looking into traveling to Gibraltar, a Gibraltar visa will not be required to do so for up to 180 days. If you are a United States citizen, you will not need a visa to visit Gibraltar. Though a visa is not necessary for travel to Gibraltar, you will need to ensure the following are in order.

Check passport validity – All travelers to Gibraltar will need a passport that is valid for at least 90 days after they depart Gibraltar. The ideal amount of validity time that should be left on your passport when you depart a country should be roughly 6 months. Gibraltar does not require U.S. Passports to have any specific validity time after the departure from Gibraltar the way other countries often do.

Blank visa pages – Gibraltar any along with many other countries require at least two blank visa pages in your passport book when you arrive and depart Gibraltar. This will permit any necessary stamps that will need to be stamped in your passport during your travel.

Transit Visa – Sometimes a transit visa is required when traveling to a country on a connecting flight. Countries that your fight stops at overseas may need to see a transit visa when connecting flights.

NOTE: Students that are seeking to stay longer than 6 months in Gibraltar will need to obtain a student visa. This also applies to students who are staying less than 6 months but are also seeking work during their stay.

Gibraltar Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & ConsulateAddressPhone Number
Embassy of Gibraltar

in Washington DC

1156 Fifteenth Street N.W., Suite 1100
D.C. 20005
United States
+1-202-452 1108
+1-202-452 1109

Additional Gibraltar Information

CurrencyGibraltar pound (£)c
LanguageEnglish, Spanish
ElectricityVoltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type G
Country Code+350
Time ZoneCET (UTC+1)

Summer (DST)