Receive Approved ESTA
ESTA or Electronic System for Travel Authorization is an automated system used by the Government of the United States of America to determine the eligibility status of citizens from selected countries to travel to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program, without having to previously apply for a USA visa. Starting on January 12th, 2009, all individuals planning to enter the country under this program, must be holders of a valid ESTA visa waiver for the USA.
All individuals who wish to travel to the United States for a short period of time (up to 90 days) and who are citizens of any of the Visa Waiver Countries must apply by making a registration through the ESTA form. United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand are among the 38 Visa Waiver countries that are eligible to apply for an ESTA Visa. If a traveler is planning to transit through the United States en route to another country, an authorization via ESTA is still required.
The Visa Waiver Program is a U. S. Government controlled program, administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), allowing passport holders of 38 selected countries to enter the United States multiple times for business or tourism purposes. The length of each stay should not surpass 90 consecutive days. The great benefit of this option is that applicants may travel freely to and around the US, on a short notice, without having to apply for an American visa. Read More
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