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The U.S. visa policy for foreign visitors establishes that they need a visitor visa or an ESTA to travel to the country. Travelers from 38 countries are part of the Visa Waiver Program and can easily obtain an electronic travel authorization to travel to the U.S. Citizens that aren’t from visa ex...

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The Department of Homeland security issued a visa update that affects people who hold a People’s Republic of China passport with a B1, B2 or a combined B1/B2 american tourist or business visa. All chinese nationals who wish to visit the United States should enroll in the Electronic Visa Update Sy...

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The United States and China established a reciprocal 10-year visa policy for tourists and business people back in 2014. The creation of this mutual visa allows citizens of each country to travel between the two nations for an extended period of time and on multiple trips. Currently, Chinese ...

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The US authorities reserve the right to deny travelers entry into the US. There is no type of visa or travel authorization which guarantees entry into the country, including EVUS. However, if your EVUS application has been approved, it is very unlikely that you’ll be refused entry into the U...

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Only citizens with passports issued by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) need to enroll with EVUS in order to travel to the US. However, EVUS will probably expand to include more nationalities in the future.

At the moment, citizens with a Taiwanese passport do not need to register with...

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