Comoros Islands – Passport and Visa Required
Visa Requirements for U.S. Citizens
Visa is required, which can be obtained upon arrival, for U.S. citizens traveling for business, tourist, official or diplomatic purposes for a maximum stay of 30 days. A valid and signed U.S. Passport is required to enter Comoros Island.
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