To travel to Cuba for medical treatment, it is only necessary to travel with a tourist visa or tourist card valid for 30 days, extendable
The international relations staff of the medical institution where you are going to be treated, is in charge of making changes in immigration status if necessary.
The visa or tourist card to travel to Cuba, is used for trips of foreign citizens who travel for the purpose of doing tourism in Cuba
The Tourist Visa, which must be shown upon arrival and departure from Cuba, and is valid for a single entry for 30 days, and extendable for another 30 days, which will allow you to stay in Cuba for 60 days.
In the case of patients traveling for medical treatment, for a period greater than 60 days, the medical institution will manage the extension for the time necessary to complete the proposed medical treatment
Passport with a minimum validity of 6 months
Round trip airline ticket reservation
Payment of the consular fee stipulated for this service
Specify place of accommodation in Cuba
Tourist trips to Cuba are not yet authorized under current US law. However, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the Department of Foreign Affairs Tesoro has published general licenses for 12 categories of travel. Individuals who meet the general license conditions under which they plan to travel do not need to apply for an additional OFAC license to travel to Cuba.
When you book your flight or check-in, you will be asked to certify the reason for your visit. Currently, there are two ways to obtain permission to travel to Cuba: with a general license or with a specific license.
If you meet the general license requirements and conditions, you will not need to apply for a specific license
These 13 categories for authorized trips to Cuba include:
Official government business
Professional meetings or investigations
Sports and public events
Support for the Cuban people
Authorized export activities
Cuban non-immigrant citizen
Educational activities or exchanges between groups of people