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Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda can visit the Schengen Area countries and territories without a visa for up to 90 days.

Travelers from Schengen visa waiver nations, including Antigua and Barbuda, will be able to seek an ETIAS visa waiver beginning in late 2023.

ETIAS from Antigua and Barbuda entitles the holder to numerous stays in all Schengen nations and territory during the validity period. An authorised ETIAS allows for a total stay of up to 90 days per entry into the Schengen Area and is valid for three years from the date of issue.

An authorised ETIAS allows Antiguan and Barbudan citizens to travel to Schengen Area nations for short stays for business, tourism, transit, and medical treatment. Nationals of Antigua and Barbuda who want to work in Europe cannot do so with an ETIAS.

Working with an Antigua and Barbuda ETIAS in Europe is prohibited by the visa waiver terms and may result in the revocation of the authorised ETIAS.

To work in the Schengen zone, you must apply to the embassy or consulate for the relevant national visa or work permit.

Nationals of Antigua and Barbuda who want to study in Europe are unable to do so with an ETIAS.

An authorised ETIAS for citizens of Antigua and Barbuda allows the holder to travel to any Schengen zone country or territory for transit, tourism, business, or medical treatment.

To study in Europe, students must apply for the relevant study visa or national visa from Antigua and Barbuda for each Schengen country they plan to visit at the nearest recognised embassy or consulate.