I am a U.S. citizen married to a Namibian. I have been this year twice in Namibia. First time stay 2 months, second time 5 1/2 months asking for holidays extensions to accompany my husband. I need to go back now on December and I would like to know if I will be allowed to.”
Allowed to enter Namibia? Well... You should ask their consulate I guess.
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That's a good question to ask the Namibian consulate in either Miami (if there is such a thing there) or embassy in D.C.
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U.S. immigration law places no restrictions on U.S. citizens traveling abroad. You need to check with the Namibian embassy on what type of visa you need to visit or reside..
Namiibia Embassy is in Washington, DC. Contact them for your visa related issues to Namibia. Good luck!
As a US citizen you are not required to obtain a visa when traveling as tourist to Namibia for a maximum period of 90 days.
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