Learn More: EVUS
THE UNITED STATES IS OPEN: The USA re-opened for tourism on 8 November 2021.
Since November 2016, citizens of the Republic of China planning to travel to the United States must update their data in the Electronic Visa Update System (EVUS) at least one week before entering the country.
Fortunately, thanks to iVisa.com's services, you can obtain this travel document online in a less complicated and faster way.
IMPORTANT: Only those with a valid B1, B2, or B1/B2 visa can update their data in the EVUS system.
Required Documents to Apply
- Proof of Valid Visa
EVUS is an electronic visa update system implemented by USA, this is not a visa.
EVUS is mandatory for people who hold a People’s Republic of China valid passport and have been granted a 10-year USA B1/B2 visa.
Travelers must have a passport with at least 6-months validity from the date of arrival and a valid B1/B2 USA visa.
EVUS allows applicants Multiple Entry in United States of America and visitor can remain in the country for up to 90 days Per Entry.
Possession of an EVUS does not provide automatic right of entry for the holder into USA. The Immigration Officer at the port of entry may refuse entry to any person, if he considers that such a person is unable to fulfill the immigration requirements or that such person's presence in United States would be contrary to national interests or security.
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My application couldn't be completed due to an error. What now?
What can I do if my United States EVUS application has been canceled or rejected?
Our iVisa experts review all applications and documentation for errors before submitting them to US visa officials to help you avoid rejections. If government officials find mistakes and reject your application, iVisa will refund your iVisa processing fee.
Note: Government fees will not be refunded.
You may reapply for a United States EVUS if your application has been canceled or rejected.
What types of questions are asked on the EVUS form?
What if I forget to enroll in EVUS until I get to the airport? Will I miss my flight?
I just received a 10-year B1/B2 visa a few months ago. Will I need to obtain a new visa after enrolling in EVUS?
Should I re-enroll in EVUS if I receive an “Unsuccessful Enrollment” message?
An unsuccessful enrollment may be due to an administrative error, such as failure to provide complete information on the EVUS form. Our iVisa experts review all visa applications and documents for mistakes before submitting them to US visa officials to help you avoid rejections. If government officials find errors and reject your application, iVisa will refund your iVisa processing fee.
Note: Government fees are not refundable.
You may reapply for a United States EVUS
I have a one-year U.S. visa. Do I need to update my information and pay for EVUS? Is EVUS only for people with a 10-year U.S. visa?
How do processing times work?
Where can I read more?
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- iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.uscis.gov/