1979-46, Immigration (Amendment) (No.2) Act, dated 21 December 1979, entered into force 27 December 1979. UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to visit Barbados.
(1)No person may enter Barbados by sea or air except at a port of entry.
(2)No person arriving in Barbados by sea or air may disembark without the consent of an immigration officer.
a person described in paragraph 1 (a) or 2 of the First Schedule whose entry into Barbados to seek treatment and care at a hospital or other place or institution for that treatment and care is approved by the Minister responsible for Health; a person described in paragraph 1 (a) of the First Schedule, if the Minister is satisfied that that person is a member of a family already lawfully in Barbados and another member of that family gives security satisfactory to the Minister against that person becoming a charge on public funds; a person described in paragraph 7 of the First Schedule, in respect of whom the Minister is satisfied that- (i)that person has ceased to be a member of or associated with an organisation, group or body so described, and (ii)the entry of that person would not be detrimental to the security of Barbados; a person in lawful custody passing through Barbados in transit to another country.
(3)An exemption under subsection (2) may be granted subject to such conditions as the Minister thinks fit, and, if the person to whom the exemption relates fails to comply with or contravenes any such condition, the Minister may make a deportation order against him.