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Brunei Darussalam: Passport and Visa Requirements

Did you know that the people of Brunei Darussalam celebrated their 31st National Day on February 23, 2015?

Brunei encourages foreign investment in the domestic economy through various incentives, marketing the country as an opportunity for investors in new industries and economic activities, although oil and gas and government spending still account for most of Brunei’s economic activity.

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U.S. passport-holders must have at least six months’ validity remaining on their passport before entering Brunei for business or pleasure, and are required to obtain a visa prior to arrival in Brunei for visits of 90 days or longer.

Travelers may also be required to have at least six blank passport pages; Brunei immigration officials have referred U.S. citizens with fewer than six blank pages to the U.S. Embassy to obtain additional pages before they can receive a visa extension required to work, study or remain in the country beyond 90 days.

Diplomatic and official passport-holders are also required to have a visa to enter Brunei Darussalam for assignments to Brunei of more than 90 days. There is an airport departure tax for most flights; only cash (Brunei or Singapore dollars) is accepted.

For further information about entry or exit requirements, travelers may consult the Consular Section of the Embassy of Brunei, 3520 International Court NW, Washington, DC 20008, tel. (202) 237-1838, or visit the Embassy of Brunei website for the most current visa information.

Immigration offenses are punishable by caning. Workers who overstay their visas can face jail sentences, fines, and caning. Persons associated with violators, such as contractors or employers, are subject to the same penalties if the violator is found guilty.

Brunei has imposed HIV/AIDS travel restrictions as part of a ban on communicable diseases. The Ministry of Health (MOH) of Brunei Darussalam requires all travelers entering Brunei to fill out a Health Declaration Card and submit it to the Officer-In-Charge (MOH) upon disembarkation. Under Section 7, Infectious Diseases Order 2003 of MOH, travelers may be subjected to a medical examination upon arrival in Brunei Darussalam. Travelers may be quarantined if infected or suspected to be infected with an infectious disease or if travelers have had contact with such a person, under Section 15 of the same order of MOH. Please verify this information with the Embassy of Brunei before you travel.


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