Guyanese flag Honorary Consulate of Guyana in St. John's

Honorary ConsulMr. Robert Edwin Reis
AddressBencorp Building
Independence Drive
St. John's
Antigua and Barbuda
Phonelocal: (268) 562.5314
international: +1.268.562.5314
Faxlocal: (268) 562.5316
international: +1.268.562.5316

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Thu, 6 Oct 2022 08:03 EDT
Can a Guyanese national travel to Antigua to visit a friend
Stephanie Benn
Sat, 4 Jan 2020 18:30 EST
I’m a Guyanese by descent. I don’t have a Guyanese passport. Would I be eligible to hold one if not living in Guyana? If affirmative, how do I proceed?

Stephanie Benn
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 11:05 EDT
Renewal of passports
This is indeed embarrassing to mention that in April of 2015, applications for renewal of Guyana passports was made through direct processing at a rate of $200 U.S. and up to this present date in June 2015, nothing is being heard of nor have been received from Mr Reis. I am asking for someone to address this matter. Guyanese in the BVI are very much concerned. When the corresponding telephone was called it was relayed that the it was a shipping company and the consulate no longer works there. It is quite disturbing to note.

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