I am traveling for one week to briefly work alongside a non-profit that is implementing a healthcare intervention in Ghana. I am a US citizen. Do I need a visa?
You are required to have the following:
- Ghanaian visa application form
- Original, signed United States passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity
- Two passport-size photographs of applicant. Should be taken at least within the last three months
- Visa Fee - money order, postal order, cashiers check or certified bank check
- Evidence of financial support or letter of invitation from host in Ghana
- 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.
- Applications submitted by mail must be accompanied by prepaid self-addressed overnight, trackable envelope ( FEDEX) for return of passports. Only requests accompanied by certified prepaid return envelopes will be processed.
Source / Credit: http://www.ghanaembassy.org/index.php?page=visas
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