Waiver Program enables citizens of
certain countries to travel to the
United States for tourism or business
for stays of 90 days or less without
obtaining a visa. The program was
established in 1986 with the objective
of promoting better relations between
the United States and its allies,
eliminating unnecessary barriers to
travel, stimulating the tourism
industry, and permitting the Department
of State to focus consular resources in
other areas. Visa Waiver eligible
travelers may continue to apply for a
United States visa if they prefer, but
it is not required for stays up to 90
days. The Visa Waiver Program require
all travelers to have a machine-readable
passport in addition to other
requirements described in the Visa
Waiver Information Guide.
Eligibility Requirements: Not all
citizens of Visa Waiver countries are
eligible to enter the United States
visa-free under the Visa Waiver program.
Some applicants might be required to
apply for a
B-1 Business Visa
B-2 Tourist Visa
in order to visit the United States.
Additional information can be found in
the Visa Waiver information guide.
What is included in the Visa Waiver
Visa Waiver Program overview.
List of Visa Waiver countries.
Visa Waiver requirements
Visa Waiver benefits
Visa Waiver disadvantage.
Visa Waiver eligibility information.
Description and Sample Form I-94W .
Description and Sample US Customs
Information on Departure Records
How to apply for a visa in case you
do not qualify for the Visa Waiver
List of all USCIS (formerly INS)
List of United States Embassies and
Immigrant Resource Center is one of the
industry leader in preparing Waiver
Visas, Invitation letters, affidavit of
support and financial responsibility
forms, and other important complex
immigration document in support to your
waiver visa application.
For more details on how to apply tourist
and business visas, contact our Office
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