3 Steps to your successful US ESTA application
Useful Information about ESTA visa
- ESTA stands for "Electronic System for Travel Authorization"
- It is the automated system for entering the United States
- Up to 90 days stay in the US
- Valid for 2 years and allows multiple entry into the United States
- It is not a visa, but a Visa Waiver Program that allows the US government to see who is entering the US or travelling across the US
- A debit/credit card is required to pay the fee
- Money-back guarantee
- ESTA can only be requested online through the form
What is ESTA?
Why should I complete the ESTA form?
What information do I need to know?
How long does the ESTA application process take, and how long is ESTA valid for?
Vacation and Sightseeing
Business Meetings and Travel
Stopovers in the USA
Can I make multiple trips to the U.S. after my ESTA application is approved?
How do you book for groups with ESTA?
How long is ESTA valid for?
Can my children travel using ESTA?
Eligible Countries of the Visa Waiver Program
Taiwan* Citizens with Taiwanese national ID number only
United Kingdom* Only British citizens
USA Travel Program
- The ESTA travel program was created by the Department of Homeland Security of the
United States, permitting citizens of 39 nations, the freedom to
to the strong United States of Americawithout a needing to apply for an official visa.
- The ESTA application can be completed online within 20 minutes. An approved ESTA allows you unlimited entry to the United States as long as each visit is not longer than 90 days.
How to Apply for ESTA?
The Future of VWP
- The Visa Waiver Program currently includes 39 countries that are eligible for visa-free entry to the US.
- Citizens from these countries currently benefit from being able to apply for an ESTA visa if they wish to visit the US for business, tourism or transit purposes. The process of applying for an ESTA USA is much quicker and simpler than the application process for a US visa, so it is very beneficial for citizens within the VWP list of countries when they want to visit the US.