The EVUS enrollment can be completed online by a friend, relative, travel agent or any third party on your behalf. However, as the applicant you are responsible for the truthfulness and accuracy of the information and details provided in the EVUS application.
In order to enroll successfully with EVUS, you must meet the necessary requirements. Among them,
If someone else completes the EVUS application on your behalf, they must complete these essential details and information:
As we’ve mentioned, a third party can assist you with the EVUS application form. Nonetheless, it is crucial that all the details in the enrollment are precise, otherwise, the EVUS could be denied and therefore affect your trip and plans negatively.
An unsuccessful enrollment could occur if the information on the application form was inaccurate or incorrect. If the passport or visa is close to the expiration date, this could be an issue during the enrollment. Make sure that the passport has a validity of at least six months from the date of arrival in the U.S.
Bear in mind that the EVUS application form has a series of security questions. If a third party will enroll with EVUS on your behalf, make sure that they are informed about your health situation and personal history.
Once approved, EVUS will be valid for a period of two consecutive years and can be used for multiple short-term visits. If your passport expires during the two-year period, you will have to renew your passport and enroll with EVUS again.
As a Chinese citizen who wishes to travel to the USA you will always be expected to enroll with EVUS and update your information. This is an obligatory requirement established in November 2016.