If you are a lawful permanent resident of the United States, otherwise known as a Green Card holder, then you can travel to a number of countries without obtaining a visa. All you need to carry is a valid Green Card and passport. Most countries consider a passport valid when it’s not expiring within the next 6 months.
List of countries U.S Green Card holders can travel without a visa
Holders of U.S. Green Card do not need a visitor visa when travelling to Canada. If a U.S Green Card holder intends to travel by air, they are, however, expected to have an eTA to fly to or transit through Canada.
When a U.S Green Card holder is travelling by land or sea directly from the U.S., only proof of U.S. lawful permanent resident status (such as your Green Card) is required.
USA Permanent Residents, otherwise known as Green Card holders, do not require visas when travelling by air, land or sea to Mexico. Only proof of U.S. lawful permanent resident status and a valid passport are required.
U.S Green Card holders or Permanent residents do need a visa when entering Costa Rica. Travellers must show their residence card, which must be valid for at least six months and must meet the new security features according to the specifications by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Residence stamped on passports, parole work cards and those under refugee or asylum status are not accepted. Letters of extensions for expired Green Cards are also not accepted.
Belize is not visa-free for U.S Green Card holders but they are granted the privilege of obtaining a visa on arrival. Travellers must present to the immigration officer at the point of entry a Passport valid for at least 6 months past the end date of stay, a notarized photocopy of green card, a completed Visa Application form, and proof of sufficient funds for your stay in Belize.
Foreigners holding a visa and/or residence permit/Green Card of the United States may enter and stay in Georgia without a visa for 90 calendar days in any 180-day period.
The British Virgin Islands
USA Permanent Residents or Green card holders do not need a visa to travel to the British Virgin Islands. Travellers are therefore required to meet other immigration requirements which include the possession of a valid Passport, proof of accommodations on the island, and proof of return journey required for entry; green card required for re-entry into the US.
Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
To travel to the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaao, and Sint Maarten, Green card holders need a Passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry.
The Balkan countries of Albania, North Macedonia, and Montenegro allow U.S. permanent residents to enter without a visa.
Albania permits a stay for up to 90 days in a 180-day period without a visa. North Macedonia allows a stay of a maximum of 15 days without a visa while Montenegro also permits a stay of up to 30 days without a visa.
Indian and Chinese nationals with U.S Permanent residency or Green Card can transit through Singapore for up to 96 hours without a visa.
Indian and Chinese nationals with U.S Permanent residency or Green Card can travel to Peru without a visa for a stay of up to 90 days.
Green card holders need a Passport and round-trip tickets, or onward tickets to another country to enter Jamaica without a visa. Travellers with Taiwanese citizenship are exempted.
U.S Green Card holders require a Passport and tourist card to visit the Dominican Republic. Also, anyone who can legally travel or reside in the US does not need a Visa to travel to the Dominican Republic for tourism purposes.