Check EVUS Status

Track your EVUS Visa Application before your travel

Verify the validity and approval of your request for the authorization to travel to the USA.

Check EVUS Status

The Electronic Visa Update System (EVUS) is linked to both the applicant’s passport and Visa. Despite having a valid visa and passport, applicants are still required to enroll with EVUS to travel to the United States. The EVUS application has a validity period of 2 consecutive years or until the applicant’s passport or Visa expires, whichever comes first.

To check your EVUS visa status, applicants will need their enrollment number. This is a unique number, linked to the applicant’s Electronic Visa Update System application. If an applicant loses their enrollment number they may still retrieve their EVUS enrollment by providing personal information, like full name, passport and Visa number.

EVUS Application Status

Applicants will be required to provide the following information to check the validity of an EVUS enrollment

  • Given name(s)
  • Surname
  • Enrollment number
  • Passport number
  • B1/B2 Visa number

This information is required to verify the applicant’s identity and to prevent unauthorized access to the information provided by the applicant. All personal information is safely stored and encrypted on our servers. No third parties will be given access to this information.

I forgot / lost my enrollment number: What to do?

In the event of forgetting or losing the enrollment number, applicants may still retrieve it by entering the following information:

  • Given name(s)
  • Surname
  • Passport number
  • Passport country of issuance
  • B1/B2 Visa foil number

Once the applicant has retrieved the EVUS enrollment number, he/she will be able to complete the Check my EVUS status form and verify the validity of the online visa update.