For all your questions about the United States Covid Policy, you can trust iVisa.com to guide you through the complexities of international travel at this challenging time.
How does the United States Covid Policy affect travelers?
We’ve cut out all the noise to tell you everything you need you need to know about the United States Covid Policy:
- In order to enter the US, everyone needs to complete a Health Attestation. Arrivals in Alaska, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Colorado, New Jersey and Rhode Island will also need a State Health Declaration.
- Covid testing is essential, and should be timed in the 72 hours before your flight. You will also need to undergo testing 3 days after you arrive.
- Self-isolate for 10 days. These steps are non-negotiable for anyone eligible to enter the US at this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Health Declaration hard to get?
Getting a Health Declaration has never been easier thanks to iVisa.com’s user-friendly format. Simply gather together:
- Your passport - it should have an expiry date at least 6 months away
- A payment method like a credit/debit card or Paypal.
- An email address in order to receive your Health Declaration
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter the United States?
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter the United States. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest United States travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Is there a rapid turnaround time for this document?
Get the Health Declaration quickly if your flight is fast approaching. With iVisa.com there are three options to choose from:
- Standard The budget choice for penny-pinchers. USD 20.00 - 24 hours.
- Rush Pay more for a faster service. USD 35.00 - 8 hours.
- Super Rush The fastest one for emergencies. USD 60.00 - 4 hours.
How will I apply for this with iVisa.com?
Following basic instructions means it’s all a lot less stressful for everyone, as you can see:
- Complete the forms you need at iVisa.com.
- We suggest you check your answers carefully for typos.
- Choose the processing option that works for you.
- Make the payment using Paypal or a card.
Just put your feet up now and wait for your email notification to sound.
What about other documents like an eVisa?
Whether you need to apply for a US ESTA, or if citizens with your nationality need a Visa, our travel service is open to everyone so find out more on the website.
Is it safe to use iVisa.com?
We understand your concerns about using online processes to apply for important travel documents. Our team is trained to the highest standard and constantly strives to improve our service. You’re welcome to check out feedback about us on Trustpilot for confirmation of our commitment to iVisa.com customers.
Can I learn more about the United States Covid Policy?
Follow the links to iVisa.com in order to find out more information about how the United States Covid Policy can affect your trip. Alternatively reach out to us by email or chat with other queries.
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