USA Visa Regulations - How To Get The Visa of the USA

Those visitors may enter the country without a visa in case if s/he stays for maximum 90 days for business and tourism purposes; the passport of the person shall meet all applicable requirements.

To become the part of a Visa Waiver Program, the one shall apply for Electronic System for Authorization (ESTA) approval 72 hours before the travel. That document will be valid for two years and will allow to commerce the trip to the United States, however, will not guarantee the entrance to the country.

Citizens of Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Cayman, The Turks and Caicos Islands do not require the visa when entering the USA as well.

However, there are some details applicable to various countries; those are listed below:

Canadians and Bermudians can stay on the territory of the United States for a maximum of six months;

For visitors that have entered the United States can remain for a maximum of 90 days;

Citizens of the Marshall Islands, Palau, and the Federated States of Micronesia may enter the country for business and study purposes in case if they may provide a valid passport.

There is two type of visa: Immigrant and Nonimmigrant visas. The second one is applicable for temporary visits as tourism, business, work, studying. The first one is applicable for people that immigrate to the United States, the permanent residence card, or ‘green card,' will be the matter of procession for those entering the country. 

On September 24th, 2017 a presidential proclamation was signed by Donald Trump that suspended the issuance of visas to nations of certain countries: Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. The proclamation went into effect on December 4th, 2017 after several disputes of several judges.

Due to lack of corporations, the visa issuance was restricted on September 13th, 2017 to the nations of the following countries: Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.

An Order signed on January 27th, 2017 has announced an entry ban for nations of several countries: Iran, North Korea, Syria, Sudan. Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen are the countries of particular concern. However, the ban has expired on the 27th of April 2017.