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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The US Electronic System for Travel Authorization ("ESTA") allows qualifying nationalities to travel to the USA for tourism or business purposes without obtaining a US visa. Visitors under the ESTA program may enter by air or sea. The ESTA document must be obtained online prior to departure. If your ESTA is approved, it is valid for 2 years after issued, allows a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry, and allows Multiple Entry.

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WHO CAN ENTER THE US WITH THIS DOCUMENT
A full list of eligible nationalities can be found in the FAQs below. Please note that currently, due to recent health restrictions, travelers in possession of US visas or ESTAs are not allowed to enter the US if they have transitted through or stayed in the following countries during the 14 days prior to their arrival: China, Iran, the European Schengen area, United Kingdom, Ireland, or Brazil.

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To apply for the ESTA with iVisa.com, you’ll be asked to provide some personal information and upload a scan of your valid passport. You won’t need a negative coronavirus test to get the ESTA, but all international arrivals over the age of two years old will need to show proof of a negative test result taken from within 3 days of their flight.

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DISPLAY THE DOCUMENT
After submitting your application, you will receive your ESTA in your email inbox once your application has been approved. Print out and bring a physical copy of the document on your trip as well as saving a copy to your electronic device. The form must be presented to the US immigration authorities on arrival.

To find out about quarantine rules upon entering the United States, read the FAQs below.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport Personal Details Scan (if applicable)

  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • You are required to apply for ESTA if you intend to enter the United States by air or sea, under the Visa Waiver Program. However, ESTA is not required if you are entering by land.

  • The ESTA is valid for up to 2 years after issued or until the traveler’s passport expires, whichever comes first.

  • Valid for multiple entries into the U.S. or for multiple connections through the U.S.

  • Travelers must have their passport with at least 6 months of validity from the planned date of entry.

  • If your passport was issued on or after 26th October 2005 it must have a digitally applied photograph.

  • Due to COVID-19, all travelers 2 years of age or older must present a negative pre-departure test result to the airline taken within 72 hours prior to boarding the flight to US.

  • If your ESTA expires while in the US it will not affect your departure.

  • You will be able to change any itinerary on a current Travel Authorization. ESTA is designed so that you can update a valid Travel Authorization. It is not necessary to have a flight booking or hotel reservation to initially apply for a Travel Authorization.

  • Travelers must obtain a new ESTA authorization if s/he is issued a new passport, or changes his/her name, gender, or country of citizenship.

It's also required to have:

  • Valid electronic passport with a digital chip containing bio-metric info

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account for payment

NOTE: Receiving ESTA authorization does not mean you may stay in the U.S. for 2 years after issued. It only allows you to travel to the U.S. under the terms of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP)

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is an automated system that assists in determining eligibility to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). This allows travelers to enter the US without obtaining a visa. Upon completion of an ESTA application, a traveler is notified of his or her eligibility to travel to the United States under the VWP. If your ESTA application is approved, you will be able to enter the US for a stay of 90 days maximum and enter multiple times. Your ESTA will remain valid for 2 years.

Please note that due to coronavirus travel restrictions, currently travelers in possession of US visas or ESTAs are not allowed to enter the US if they have transitted through or stayed in the following countries during the 14 days prior to their arrival: China, Iran, the European Schengen area, United Kingdom, Ireland, or Brazil. For specific exemptions and more information see the US government website.

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We require the following to submit your application:

  1. The passport must be an electronic passport with a digital chip containing bio-metric info.
  2. Travelers must have a passport with at least 6-month validity from the planned date of entry.
  3. Passport holders must also provide their passport number and Personal Identification Number (PIN).

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The base cost for the US ESTA is USD 14.00. When you apply for iVisa.com, you get a full service that includes expert review of your application to minimize the chance you made any errors. For this, we charge a service fee that depends on how fast you want your US ESTA:

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours -USD 25.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 55.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD 75.00.

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It depends on the method of processing time you chose. We offer three options:

  1. Standard Processing Time: 24 hours
  2. Rush Processing: 4 hours
  3. Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes

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The US ESTA is valid for 2 years after issued. It is a multiple entry visa and allows for a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry.

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Yes, accompanied and unaccompanied children (regardless of age) require their own ESTA prior to their travel to the U.S. Children listed on their parents' passport do not qualify for an ESTA. Children must have their own (unexpired) passport in order to qualify for an ESTA.

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If your application for an ESTA is denied, you will be required to apply for a United States visitor visa, such as a B-2 Tourist Visa.

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You should apply at least 3 days before your arrival. However, since the ESTA is valid for 2 years after issued, it is recommended that you apply as soon as you are able.

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The US ESTA approvals will be granted for a period of 2 years after issued or until the applicant's passport expires, whichever comes first. The ESTA will show the applicable validity dates.

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You must get the US Visa at one of their embassies if any of the following conditions apply to you: (1) If you will visit the USA for more than 90 days. (2) If you are traveling to the USA for a purpose other than short-term tourism or business.

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Nationals of VWP countries who are also nationals of Iran, Iraq, Sudan, or Syria are NOT eligible for an ESTA.

In addition, nationals of VWP countries who have traveled to or been present in Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia and Yemen on or after March 1, 2011 are not eligible for an ESTA.

No. If your ESTA is approved, it only states that you are eligible to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program, but does not guarantee that you will be granted entry into the United States. Upon arrival in the USA, you will be inspected by an immigration officer who will determine if you are admissible under the Visa Waiver Program and/or any other United States law.

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Citizen/nationals of the following countries can apply for the ESTA under the Visa Waiver Program: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Republic of Malta, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom.

NOTE: The citizens of the new countries of Curacao, Bonaire and St Maarten (the former Netherlands Antilles) are not eligible to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program if they are applying for admission with passports from these countries.

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The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) is administered by the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) and enables eligible citizens or nationals of designated countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business (for stays of up to 90 days) without first obtaining a visa.

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Individuals who possess a valid visa will still be able to travel to the United States on that visa for the purpose for which it was issued. Individuals traveling on valid visas are not required to apply for an ESTA.

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No, you do not have to have a confirmed travel itinerary (flights or otherwise) prior to applying.

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The maximum stay is 90 days Per Entry . The ESTA is valid for 2 years after issued (or when your passport expires, whichever occurs first) and allows you multiple entries during its validity period. However, each entry cannot exceed 90 days Per Entry.

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No. If your ESTA expires after you arrive in the U.S., it will not affect your departure. However, once you have departed you will need to renew your ESTA in order to re-enter the U.S.

To fill out the application form for the US ESTA, you do not need a negative coronavirus test. However, to enter the country, it is required that all international travelers have a negative test result of a viral test taken within 3 days prior to their flight. This includes everyone aged 2 years and older, including US citizens and residents and foreigner travelers alike. The negative test should be from an antigen test or a NAAT test such as RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA.You must have a paper or electronic copy to show airline officials before boarding.

As an alternative to negative COVID-19 test results, travelers also have the option of providing proof that they recovered from COVID-19 by displaying evidence of a recent positive viral test (in the 90 days preceding travel) and a letter from their healthcare provider or a public health official stating that they were cleared to travel.

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In most cases, no, quarantine is not required. However, it is highly advisable that everyone remains in quarantine for 7-10 days after arrival in the USA. In addition it is recommended that travelers take a coronavirus test after arriving in the USA. Even if you get a negative result, it’s advisable to quarantine for 7 days. With a positive result, please stay in self-isolation until you recover.

Be aware that each state has different quarantine rules, so be sure to check. Some states such as Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Alaska, and Hawaii have implemented a mandatory quarantine for international travel.

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Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. You can find a list of countries here.

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Every nation around the world has heard about the American Dream, right? The US is the land of opportunity, and dogs walk around with bagel around their tails. While that is not entirely true, you cannot miss the chance to visit the States. There are good and bad things, just like anywhere else in the world, but the main thing you should remember is that a trip to the US can be a life-changing experience. Here is what you should know about the United States before you take a trip there. First of all, you cannot grasp just how huge the United States is. To get a clear picture, a flight from New York to LA lasts just as much as one from New York to London. Is that clear enough for you? The United States cover a continent from one coast to the other, so it makes sense that is big, right? While that may not affect you, you should probably be aware that you cannot explore many of the states in just one vacation. Just make an itinerary of the things that you would like to see, and take it from there. Something that will have a significant impact on you is the number of people. There are a lot of them, and big cities are usually packed. Plus, and you are going to like this one, there are so many cultures in just one country that it will make your head spin. You can find people of all races, religions, and different whatever you can think of. You could say that the United States is a melting pot of different cultures, but that is one of its beauties. Needless to say, you need to show respect for each and single culture you come across to. Otherwise, your trip will not be as pleasant as expected. While most of the countries in the world have the metric system, the United States still have the imperial system. I am saying ‘still’ because a lot of people would want to go from imperial to metric. It makes more sense for most people. Plus, they have names for every measurement which can be a hella confusing for foreigner used to the metric system. Do you want a gallon of milk or just a few ounces? Who knows? Only the American do. Another thing that will probably baffle you is shopping. Not because you may have difficulties in choosing from the vast variety of products, but because the price on the shelf and the total you need to pay at check-out are different. Why? Because the prices tag at the shelf does not contain tax. At all. The cashier adds the tax when you want to leave. So make sure that you have more money than you think you need before going to a grocery store. Tipping, while it is voluntary in theory, is more of a must. That is because waiters work on a minimum wage, and they depend on your tip to make a good living. It seems a bit backward, to be honest, but that is the practice in the United States. As if that were not enough, tipping is considerably generous. It needs to be somewhere between 15% and 20% of the total amount you need to pay. The worst part about this is that some tourists declared that they were harassed because they tipped too little. That is not a general rule, but if there is a bad time to be a cheapskate, this is it. You may be a bit overwhelmed if you visit the big cities in the United States. For example, New York is an enormous city, and while you cannot get lost thanks to the mighty internet, it will be a little too much. Especially if you are not used to metropolitan areas. There are a lot of people everywhere at any given time. New York is not called the city that never sleeps for no reason. One of the things that you will love about the United States is that you can find places open 24/7 almost everywhere. Do you want Thai food at 5 AM in the morning? No problem. There are probably a dozen such places open at that hour. You can get everything anytime, which is one of the aspects that foreigners usually love. Another aspect that tourists appreciate in the United States is the food. As you can imagine, the best restaurants in the world are in the US. New York and San Francisco have a lot of restaurants that have Michelin stars, which we all know that it is not nothing. Of course, you need to afford to eat at one of those restaurants, but if you do, you should definitely try it. Famous chefs cook there, and the food is heavenly. Speaking of food, the Americans eat a lot of beef. They do eat chicken and pork as well, but the beef is the primary meat in consumption. That is one of the reasons why Montana has three times more cows than people. Even so, you find a vast variety of dishes that contain rare beef, and you should try it at least once. Lastly, you should know that people in the United States are generally nice and welcoming. Some things will come off as cold, like the way they say goodbye or the fact that they hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but they are sociable and friendly. They are always curious about new people, and chances are that they will make you feel at home. The bottom line is that you can find pretty much whatever you want in the United States. You should also explore nature while there because the United States has the most beautiful national parks in the world. Do not limit yourself to urban areas. Other than that, you will enjoy your experience there, and you will probably want to come back to check out the parts that are not a part of your initial itinerary.
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  262. US B1B2 Visa for El Salvador Citizens
  263. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Zambia
  264. US B1B2 Visa for Estonia Citizens
  265. US B1B2 Visa for Cyprus Citizens
  266. US B1B2 Visa for Dominican Republic Citizens
  267. US B1B2 Visa for Colombia Citizens
  268. US B1B2 Visa for Costa Rica Citizens
  269. US B1B2 Visa for Chile Citizens
  270. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago
  271. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of the United Arab Emirates
  272. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Sudan
  273. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of State of Palestine
  274. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Somalia
  275. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Solomon Islands
  276. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Sierra Leone
  277. US B1B2 Visa for Bulgaria Citizens
  278. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Ethiopia
  279. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Cabo Verde
  280. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Azerbaijan
  281. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Armenia
  282. US B1/B2 VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF ALBANIA
  283. What is a B1 visa?
  284. US Business Visa requirements
  285. THE B1/B2 VISA APPLICATION FORM
  286. Is a B1/B2 visa for parents (US Tourist Visa) necessary?
  287. How to get a Business Visa for the USA (B1)
  288. How to apply for a US Tourist visa (B1/B2)
  289. US B1/B2 Visa for the citizens of Turkmenistan
  290. Common reasons for a B1 visa rejection (US Business Visa)
  291. B1 visa required documents (US Business Visa)
  292. Applying for a B1/B2 visa – how long can I stay?
  293. What is a B2 visa?
  294. B1/B2 visa for the USA
  295. US Visa for Malaysians
  296. US Visa for Irish
  297. US B1B2 Visa for Citizens of South Africa
  298. United States visa for Maltese
  299. United States visa for Austrian
  300. United States visa for Czech
  301. United States visa for Estonians
  302. United States visa for Finns
  303. United States visa for South Korean
  304. United States visa for Taiwanese
  305. How to obtain a United States visa from the UK
  306. U.S. Waiver Visa for UK Citizens
  307. U.S. Waiver Visa for Australians
  308. United States visa for the citizens of New Zealand
  309. U.S. Visa Waiver for Multiple Entry
  310. U.S. Visa Waiver for Ireland Citizens Application
  311. Korea U.S. Waiver Visa South Korean Residents
  312. United States visa for Dutch
  313. What you need to know about the US Tourist visa form
  314. What you need to know about the US tourist visa application process
  315. I need a US Tourist visa - which type must I apply for?
  316. All you need to know about the US tourist visa online application
  317. What US visa service website should I use?
  318. What to apply for? USA transit visa or ESTA?
  319. Visiting America with an ESTA
  320. USA visa - conditions and eligibility
  321. USA ESTA visa cost
  322. USA ESTA requirements
  323. USA ESTA - common questions
  324. US visa rules, policy, and requirements
  325. US visa procedure and formalities
  326. US visa information and details about ESTA
  327. US travel - visa or ESTA?
  328. US ESTA visa application
  329. United States visa fees
  330. Traveling to America on an ESTA
  331. The USA Visa Waiver Program and the ESTA
  332. The application form for a USA ESTA
  333. Must I use the services of a USA visa center?
  334. Must I go to an American embassy to apply for an ESTA?
  335. Must I get an ESTA from an official US government website?
  336. Looking for some US visa advice?
  337. I want to visit the United States? Do I need a USA ESTA?
  338. How to obtain an ESTA registration for the USA
  339. How to go through an American ESTA application process
  340. How to get a visa for the USA
  341. How to apply for a USA ESTA online
  342. ESTA for US entry?
  343. Does the Department of Homeland Security issue ESTAs?
  344. Do I need an ESTA card to travel to the USA?
  345. Do I need a United States travel visa?
  346. Do I have to get a USA ESTA from an official website?
  347. Can Tour America help me get a US ESTA?
  348. Can I get an ESTA through US Immigration?
  349. Can I get an ESTA for the USA from a .gov type of website?
  350. Can I fill in a US Visitor Visa online application form?