One way to Fiji

Old Jun 16, 19, 2:44 pm
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One way to Fiji

I read on some website that entry to Fiji requires return ticket to your own country. Is this true? Can we just have an onward ticket to anywhere? Thx
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Old Jun 16, 19, 8:10 pm
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The issue is whether there is a risk of you overstaying in Fiji. Your own country can't refuse to take you back (presumably), so a ticket home is the lowest risk. If you have no money, no job, and show up for a "holiday" with no onward ticket or a ticket to a country that is unlikely to admit you, there's higher risk.
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Old Jun 17, 19, 2:12 am
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You need to show an onward ticket and eligibility to enter whatever country it is. Fiji generally won't care where, but certain passports will attract more scrutiny than others.
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Old Jun 24, 19, 6:38 am
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Yes, you can just have an onward ticket to anywhere (assuming it is to a different country) in order to satisfy the entry requirement.
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