Please note that as of June 2022 the CDC no longer requires travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test or documentation of recovery from COVID pre arrival to the US
As a Spaniard, you should know that if you are going to the US for a short visit, you won’t require a United States visa for Spaniards but an ESTA. The ESTA is an electronic automated authorization for citizens of countries, which are part of the US waiver program, in this case, Spain.iVisa.com has created a comprehensive online service to procure your ESTA efficiently.
iVisa.com counts with wide experience administering travel documentation procedures (such as United States visa for Spaniards, among others). So, we have developed a short application process for any Spaniard who wants to step away from these confusing chores.
What to do to commence the application process?
- Enter our online form and answer the relevant questions.
- Upload a copy of your passport.
- Pick your favorite speed to procure your ESTA.
- Choose your payment method:Paypal, debit, or credit card
- Send your application.
- Receive your ESTA in your inbox.
- Print your travel document.
Would iVisa.com recommend applying in advance?
Of course we recommend it. If you do it, you can release anxiety or stress caused by pre-journey arrangements. And consider doing so, even if there are still a few weeks left for your trip. We will guarantee you receive your ESTA exactly when you need it.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the US ESTA validation period?
Yes, the US ESTA will expire after two years.
Can I stay for at least 6 months with my ESTA?
No. The longest time you can legally visit the US with your ESTA is 90 days.
Does my ESTA permit me to work in the US?
No. You cannot work with your ESTA because it is only a travel authorization, not a United States visa for Spaniards.
Does the ESTA grant a single entry or multiple entries to the US?
The ESTA is granted with multiple entries. For each visit, you can stay up to 90 days.
What are iVisa.com’s prices?
The cost-efficient prices for our services are calculated by taking into account the processing speed of your choice.
- Standard Processing Speed: Pay a USD 39.00 fare to acquire your ESTA in 24 hours.
- Rush Processing Time: Pay a USD 69.00 fare to secure your ESTA in 4 hours.
- Super Rush Processing Time: Pay a USD 90 fare to procure your ESTA in 30 minutes.
All these prices already cover the USD 14 fee paid to the US Government.
Which documents are demanded to complete the application?
To finish the application, you will just need:
- A digital version of your passport.
- A valid email address
- A Debit, credit card, or Paypal to cover our service fee.
How can I get more data about the United States visa for Spaniards or other doubts?
To get more data on the United States visa for Spaniards or to solve any doubts, please write to our Clients Representative Agents. They want to make your process more efficient and faster.
Is it safe to rely on iVisa.com’s services?
Yes, we use a safe platform for our online process, which we have been running for several years. Moreover, we have served thousands of clients while procuring tons of travel documents for them.
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