Important Information for intending travellers to Ghana
All travellers to Ghana must be in possession of a valid passport or travelling document establishing their identity.
Citizens of ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States), and nationals of countries listed in the table below are exempted from the requirements of entry visas:
COUNTRIES WITH RECIPROCAL FREE
VISA ARRANGEMENTS WITH GHANA
|Brazil||Diplomatic and Service|
|People’s Republic of China||Diplomatic and Service|
|Republic of Cuba||Diplomatic and Service|
|Federal Republic of Germany||Diplomatic and Service|
|Republic of Seychelles||All Passports|
|Republic of South Africa||Diplomatic and Service|
|Republic of Sudan||Diplomatic and Service|
|Republic of Turkey||Diplomatic|
|Namibia||Diplomatic and Service|
|Trinidad and Tobago||All Passports|
|Hungary||Diplomatic and Service|
|India||Diplomatic and Service|
|Equatorial Guinea||Diplomatic and Service|
|Kingdom of Morocco||Diplomatic and Service|
People who enter Ghana ostensibly as visitors are not permitted to take any form of employment (paid or unpaid) or engage themselves in any form of business activities in Ghana.
Persons without any means of financial support, undesirable persons, prohibited immigrants and mentally ill/insane persons may not be granted visas to Ghana.
You are welcome to contact the head of the Consular Section should you require additional information.
ADMINISTRATION, ECONOMIC & POLITICAL SECTION
Mrs. Betty Osafo Mensah
Chargé d’ affaires ad interim and Minister / Political & Economic
Mr. Stanley Samuel Famiah
Minister-Counsellor / Head of Chancery & Diaspora
Mr. Rasheed Salami
Second Secretary / Finance
Mrs. Samelia Ofosu-Appiah
First Secretary / Administration
Mr. Joseph Okae
Minister / Consular