He flies to Haiti on October 6th and will be playing in the second Carribean qualifying round for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, which includes the likes of USA and Mexico.
Barbados, who are captained by Wigan Athletic’s Emerson Boyce, have three games against Haiti, St Kitts and Nevis and Guyana for a place in the final qualifying round to be held in Jamaica.
Louis, who qualifies through his mother, last played for Barbados as an 18-year-old when he was at Wrexham, playing one full game and making two appearances as a substitute, but Barbados officials have been monitoring his progress and have noted his good performances for Colwyn Bay this season.
The left back, who celebrates his 22nd birthday next month, will miss two games for the Bay while he is away.
Manager Frank Sinclair commented: “He will be a big miss for us, but I am happy his early season form has been recognised and he has an opportunity maybe to play in the prestigious Gold Cup against the likes of Brazil and Mexico. I played in that for Jamaica so I know the standard of the tournament.”