Suriname Visa

Suriname – Passport and Visa Required

Visa Requirements for U.S. Citizens


  • Valid and signed U. S. Passport (valid at least 6 months beyond the date of entry; with at least one blank visa page)  – photocopy is not acceptable
  • One Visa Application Form completed and signed. The application form must have original signature.
  • One Passport Type Photograph with clear or white background
  • Computer generated flight itinerary from the travel agent or copy of roundtrip airline ticket
  • Travel the World Visas Service Order Form

For children below 18 years of age: The followings documents are required to support the visa application of a child to enter Suriname:

(1) Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents;
(2) Photocopy of legal documents pertaining to custody, where, when, if applicable;
(3) Legalized letter of consent:

– If child is traveling with one parent, the letter of consent authorizing travel must be legalized by the other parent;
– If child is traveling alone or without either parent, a notarized the letter of consent from both parents permitting travel;
– Death Certificate, in case one or both parents are deceased.


Fee Information

Service Fee:
$150.00/visa (Regular Processing/1 week)
$250.00/visa (Rush processing/24 to 48 hours)

Consular Fee:

Consular fees above include a $5 money order fee (consulate/embassy accepts money order only)

Return Mail Fee (1-3 passports):
For Alaska and Hawaii, please add $25.00

2-Day Delivery: $40.00
Overnight Delivery: $48.00
Saturday Delivery: $85.00

Travel the World Visas Service Order Form

For the safety of your passport, we recommend delivery by courier.  If there were a delay, we would be able to track or trace it.

Please send all required documents and payment (Money Order, Company Check, Cashier’s Check, American Express, Visa or MasterCard) by courier to:

1930 18TH STREET NW, UNIT #1

Travel Smart. Travel Safe.  Register your trip on-line with STEP, the U.S. Embassy Smart Traveler Enrollment Program.  It’s free.  So why not make it part of your travel planning and personal security?

U.S. embassies and consulates assist nearly 200,000 Americans each year who are victims of crime, accident, or illness, or whose loved ones need to contact them in an emergency. Although it is unlikely, should natural disaster, terrorism, or civil unrest strike during your foreign travel, the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate would be your source of assistance and information. By registering your trip, you help the embassy or consulate locate you when you might need them the most.


Travel the World Visas acts only as an agent, and accepts no responsibility for the services of any Travel Agent, Consulate, Passport Agency or Embassy in connection with the granting of visas. We are not responsible for delays, loss of passports or damage caused by such service providers or the U.S. Mail.
Requirements and fees are for U.S. Citizens only. Contact Travel the World Visas for information on other nationalities.
Requirements and fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Sorry but all fees are non-refundable.