Visa policy of Sancratosia
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The visa policy of Sancratosia requires that any foreign national wishing to enter Sancratosia must obtain a visiting visa unless they hold a valid passport issued by a visa exempt nation. Since Sancratosia is only accessible via Canada, entrance is not possible without entering Canada and conforming to its visa policy.
The tourist visa, also known as the visitation visa, is the only type of visa available in Sancratosia.
It is recommended to request the visiting visa at least 5 business days before visiting but a visa can be delivered by customs officers when entering. Visas are available in durations of 3, 5 and 7 days. However, certain honoured individuals have received visas of unlimited duration.
Holders of valid travel documents issued by the following 48 macronations and 25 micronations are able to visit Sancratosia without obtaining a visa for a period of up to 7 days. Visitors wishing to extend their status date must request it to the Ministry of Territory, 1 day before it expires.
Visa free access is granted to countries based on the list of countries which are aligned or partially aligned with Sancratosian values, on the conditions of visa free access to Canada and on the Henley Passport Index.
Visa free access is granted to micronations that issue valid passports, identification or travel documents and on conditions similar to the Foreign policy of the Principality of Sancratosia. Notable micronations, especially those who have organized Micronational summits, may be granted visa free access on a case by case basis, even if they don't issue travel documents.
Visa policy changes
The visa policy was first established on 13 April 2023and granted visa free access to 48 macronations and 25 micronations.
- Principality of Sancratosia, "2022 Annual list of aligned countries and sovereign entities" (PDF), sancratosia.org
- Principality of Sancratosia (20 January 2023), "Foreign policy of the Principality of Sancratosia", sancratosia.org