Before setting off for the US, it is essential that travelers have the correct travel documentation. If not, visitors may be refused entry into the country. There are many different types of US visas and this can be a cause of confusion.

In addition, Chinese travelers to the US now need to enr...

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The length of stay in the United States is directly linked to the kind of visa the person holds in their passport. Those chinese nationals who hold a B1, B2 or a combined B1/B2 visa are allowed to stay for a maximum period of 90 days.

Note that B category visas are visas that are granted un...

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To successfully complete the EVUS enrollment it is necessary to pay the EVUS fee using a credit or debit card. The card details are protected through encryption and are only stored for as long as necessary. Most major credit cards are accepted.

Enrolling with EVUS is a requirement for citizen...

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The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) declared that Chinese travelers are the top source of tourism cash in the world. According to a report by CNN, chinese outbound tourism is the largest and potentially most important market in the world.

Since 2008, outbound tourism started ...

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EVUS is an electronic visa update system implemented by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for all chinese citizens with a valid 10-year visitor visa. Online registration with EVUS is now a mandatory requirement before traveling to the United States.

The purpose of EVUS is to allow...

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