Journalist Visa (D-6)

Cost of Living
Talent Migration


The journalist's visa must be requested by the interested party to the press office in the Embassy of Cuba and once the Consulate is notified of the approval, the interested party will present himself at the Consulate during the opening hours.



3 - 12 months



60 max.


Processing time

4 - 6 weeks




What are eligibility requirements for the Journalist Visa (D-6)?

5 Eligibility Requirements

  • You need a valid passport.
  • You need a invitation or sponsor from an employer in Cuba.
  • You need to provide all the details related to Journalistic activity in Cuba.
  • You need to provide the details of photographic/filming equipment you intend to carry.
  • You need to pay visa fee.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Journalist Visa (D-6)?

9 Document Required

  • Visa Application Form.
  • A passport size picture.
  • Copies of valid passport.
  • Receipt of Visa fee payment.
  • An envelope with enough stamps and address for the return of your passport.
  • A written version of your journalistic project.
  • A sponsor letter from your employer.
  • A list of the photographic/filming equipment you intend to carry.
  • Additional document may be required by the Consulate or Embassy.

Talent Migration data for Cuba

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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