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Here you will find the latest and most relevant news about the ESTA and any changes that might occur to the travel authorization process. We provide accurate and precise information about the ESTA and travel to the United States.
Through this news platform you can discover the most recent information about how to get the ESTA, when you should obtain it, how long it will be valid for and how it works. Find out any additional details that will help you during your application process and your trip to the US.
The US is considering adding more countries to the ESTA Visa Waiver Program (VWP) including the 5 EU countries which are not currently included. Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Cyprus may all be added as well as Brazil, Argentina, and Israel.Read More
How early to arrive before flying is a question every passenger asks themselves before going to the airport. Some people go there hours before as the idea of missing a flight makes them anxious. Others aim to get there as late as possible to save time.Read More
New York and Los Angeles are the two most visited cities in the US and then there’s Las Vegas, San Francisco, Orlando, and Chicago which are also big-hitters. However, if you’re planning a trip to the US there’s so much more to see.Read More
Many people want to stay in the USA for longer than their ESTA visa allows. However, overstaying an ESTA visa has its consequences and those who do not leave the US before their visa expires should be aware of the penalties involved.Read More
The invitation letter for the US visa is a document which is used to support a visa application. The letter is written by a friend or relative and shows that the visa applicant is endorsed by, and has the support of, a US citizen or someone legally living in the states.Read More
Entering the United States illegally has serious consequences. It does not matter if the person crossed the border by hiring a “coyote” or with a fake passport. Any person who enters American soil illegally will be subjected to severe punishment and can be convicted of a crime and held responsible for a civil violation under U.S. immigration laws.Read More