Official Travel Information
Information and tips on visiting the USA
The United States announced restrictions on new visa applications in Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. The restrictions do not apply to anyone with an existing visa that allows them to travel to and apply for entry in the United States. No existing visas will be revoked. The visa category and type of visa applicant that may be affected as well as the exemptions available vary by country.
More detailed information on the impact on visa applications in each of the seven countries is available here.
Additional information, including background, country-specific explanations, and FAQs is available here.
For the most up-to-date information regarding U.S. entry and visa policy, Brand USA encourages all travelers to refer to the following resources provided by the U.S. government as they make their travel arrangements and prior to embarking on a trip to the USA.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection: www.CBP.gov
U.S. Department of State: travel.state.gov
In addition, the U.S. embassy or consulate in the traveler’s country of residence can provide specific information about visa and entry policy for travelers from those markets. More information about contacting the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate is available at www.USEmbassy.gov.
The mission of the United States Embassy is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens.
Welcome to the USA! Here you will find lots of great information and tips on visiting the USA. We’ve done the research for you so you can just enjoy your trip. Being prepared early and knowing what to expect will help you ease into the USA way of life.
No two trips are alike, so you will find information in this section for a variety of trip types. Whether you prefer staying in a resort or camping under the stars, we’ve included the details you need to be safe and happy on your USA trip.
While you’ll find many of the things you already love, and discover new ones, there are a few things that are different here. Take for example our units of measurement, our electricity, our business hours and official public holidays. We suggest you begin with a brief overview of U.S. customs and culture. From here, you will find information covers family travel, activity planning, shopping and an overview of the country’s health and safety information. No matter if your trip length is two days or two months, these sections will help make you an informed traveler.
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