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            Ghana Visa

Ghana Visa

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Select the type of Ghana tourist visa application:

and send the following documents to VisaHQ:

a
Ghana visa application form. For online orders, please download, print and sign Ghana visa application, prepared by our system under your account.
b
Original, signed United States of America passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
c
Passport Photo: 2 Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a surcharge associated with this service.
d
Itinerary. Copy of round trip tickets or detailed itinerary for the duration of the trip (Applicant's name must be on itinerary).
The Embassy of Ghana is CLOSED every Friday.

All persons entering Ghana are requested to have a valid certificate of immunization against yellow fever. Travelers may be required to present it at the port of entry in Ghana.

Additional required documents for minors
Birth certificate. A copy of the applicant's birth certificate.
Letter of Consent. Letter of Consent signed by both parents (does not need to be notarized).
Parent's IDs. Copy of Parent's IDs (Driver's License, etc).

Ghana tourist visa fees for citizens of United States of America

Single entry
  • Validity: up to 3 months
  • Processing: 6-8 business days
  • Total cost:
Multiple entry
  • Validity: up to 5 years
  • Processing: 6-8 business days
  • Total cost:
Ghana visa for citizens of United States of America is required. For more information please contact the nearest Ghana embassy.



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Frequently Asked Questions about Ghana visa
  • Does the visa issued indicate the duration of stay in Ghana?
    An Entry Visa will be issued to you but your duration of stay is determined by an Immigration officer at your port of entry to Ghana.
  • Do I need Visa as Ghanaian Naturalized U.S Citizen but still have Valid Ghana Passport?
    Yes, unless you have dual citizenship card.
  • In what languages can I fill in my application?
    Visa application forms completed in English only.
  • Is Embassy open on holidays?
    NO, please mind that embassy observes all public holidays in Ghana and Federal holidays in the United States. Plan accordingly.
  • Do US citizens need a visa for Ghana?
    All US Citizens require a visa and a US passport to travel to Ghana, whether for business or tourism. MOST foreign nationals require a visa.
United States of America Embassy list in Ghana
  • United States of America Embassy in Accra
    Address
    No. 24, Fourth Circular Rd.,
    Cantonments, Accra
    P.O. Box GP 2288
    Accra
    Ghana
    Phone
    +233-30-2741-000
Ghana Customs
  • Import Regulations
    Allowed
    • Tobacco products 400 cigarettes
      100 cigars
      1 pound of tobacco
      Combination of above proportionate quantities
    • Alcoholic beverages 1 Quart of wine
      1 Quart of spirits
    • Perfume - Half pint of perfume
    • There is a limit of 1,000 Ghanaian Cedi-GHS local currency which can be legally exported out of the country. Foreign currency equalling 5000USD can also be exported from the country.
    • All travellers embarking in Ghana will need to pay a 50 USD Passenger service charge for international flights and a 1 GHS for a domestic flight.
    Restricted
    • Any cats, dogs or other animals being imported will require an Import permit from the Veterinary Head Office in Accra. Travellers will need to provide a veterinarian good health and rabies inoculation certificate alongside a copy of the import permit for the pet to be allowed entry into the country.
    • Arms and ammunition legally entering the country will require a special permit from the ministry of the interior.
    • Poultry products from certain countries will require permission from the Ministries of Trade and Agriculture.
    • Live Plants and plant products will require a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture
    • Any rough or uncut diamonds will need a licence from the Ministry of Finance
    Prohibited
    • Illegal drugs
    • Weapons, Explosives and Ammunition – unless permission has been obtained
    • Knives and deadly weapons
    • Counterfeit money
    • Pornographic material
    • Diseased animals and animal carcasses
    • Plants and seeds – unless permission has been obtained
    • Foreign soil
  • Export Regulations
    Allowed
    • No information available
    Restricted
    • No information available
    Prohibited
    • Illegal or unauthorized drugs
    • Weapons, Explosives and Ammunition – unless permitted to do so
    • Knives and other deadly weapons
    • Pornographic material
    • Parrots
    • There is an additional export charge on any Coca Beans or Hydrocarbon oils being exported out of the country.
    • Travellers planning on exporting items via duty free will have to complete a EUR1 document if returning to any EU country.
  • Health and Security
    Basic health information for travelers to Ghana
    • A yellow fever vaccination is required by all travellers visiting the country. Milk and other dairy products should be avoided unless pasteurised first and tinned milk advised.
    • All fish, meat and vegetables should be well cooked and served hot. Fruit should be peeled before being eaten and meals involving poultry products should be treated with caution owing to recent cases of bird flu in the country. Any food or drink served from vendors should be avoided for health reasons.
    • Recent outbreaks of Cholera have been reported in rural areas and travellers should obtain the necessary vaccinations prior to beginning their journey.
    • Water based diseases are common throughout the country including Hepatitis A,C, Bilharzia (schistosomiasis) and Typhoid and travellers should take make sure that they have obtained all the required vaccinations to these and other diseases prior to arriving in the country and to avoid contaminated food and water sources.
    • Tuberculosis is highly endemic in Ghana and travellers should take if spending a long period of time in the country and seek medical advice if symptoms develop. Cases of Malaria and Dengue Fever have also been reported in the country and travellers are advised to obtain plenty of insect repellent and close clothing for protection and to seek out immediate medical attention if symptoms develop.
    • HIV/Aids are endemic in this country and all travellers should take great care when dealing with bloody needles or if engaging in sexual activity during their visit to the country. There is an outside chance of Rabies in the region from infected dog or cats bites. Travellers are strongly advised against confronting wild animals and to clean the wound and seek immediate medical advice if bitten.
    • Overall medical assistance is available in the major towns and cities but maybe extremely limited outside major urban areas. Important medication may prove expensive or impossible to obtain and travellers requiring certain medicines are advised to take along plenty of well labelled supplies to last the duration of their visit. Travellers visiting Ghana should obtain complete travel and health insurance before beginning their journey and may require evacuation to a nearby country in the event of serious illness or injury.
    Basic security information for travelers to Ghana
    • Although relatively safe, travellers to Ghana are advised to take care when visiting Accra and other major urban areas. Incidents of violent theft and assault have been reported in the country and travellers should keep their passport and other valuable items in a safe location for the duration of their visit. Public displays of wealth could attract unwanted attention and should be avoided where possible. Female travellers in particular should avoid journeying around the country after dark alone and drivers should take care to avoid travelling around the country during the night where the possibility of accidents or serious crime may increase.
    • There has been a significant amount of inter ethnic and civil unrest in several regions of the country in recent years, especially in the Northern, Upper East and Volta Regions. Travellers to Ghana are strongly advised to avoid any large gatherings or rallies which could easily turn violent and to obtain relevant information regarding the current political climate in the region you are visiting prior to your arrival in the country.
    • Travellers planning to drive around Ghana will need to acquire an international drivers permit and keep a copy of their passport with them at all times. Primary roads in the cities may be in reasonable condition but will likely deteriorate and become treacherous elsewhere in the country. Travellers should take care to adapt to the potentially dangerous road conditions in the country before beginning any long journeys and to avoid driving late at night down poorly lit roads.
    • The rainy season in Ghana falls between March and November and can cause much loss of live and property. Travellers are advised to take care if visiting the country during this period and to check the safety of the local roads which may be severely disrupted by the constant downpours.
    • Travellers to the country should respect all local customs and dress codes and avoid behaviour deliberately designed to cause offence. Beachwear should be kept to the beach and all travellers should wear clothing that does not attract any unwanted attention. No civilian may wear camouflage clothing as it is reserved for the military and photographs of important government or military facilities are prohibited and can be removed and destroyed by the security services. Travellers should also remember to ask permission before taking any photographs of local buildings or people.
    • Homosexuality is illegal in this country and public displays of affection by same sex couples are not advised.
  • Contact Customs Authorities
    For further assistance please contact the Ghanaian Customs authorities directly. They will provide the latest information about customs regulations and export-import procedures.

    Ghanaian Customs contact information
    Address
    6th Floor, Heritage Tower
    6th Avenue, West Ridge
    PMB, TUC Post Office,
    Accra
    Ghana
    Phone
    +2330302686106
    +2330302684363


    For additional information about travel restrictions, security warnings, political updates, and basic travel guidelines, please contact the nearest Ghanaian Embassy.