US ADDS CHILE TO VISA WAIVER PROGRAM
Effective May 1, 2014, the country of Chile joins 37 other countries who are part of the US' Visa Waiver program. Chilean passport holders with both
an approved Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) and an e-passport
will be able to visit the United States without nonimmigrant visitor visas. Chilean nationals will no longer have to
apply for a B1/B2 visa.
Chile is one of the most-preferred
counties in US immigration. Not only is
Chile now the first Latin American country to qualify for the Visa Waiver
program, it is only one of five countries who may avoid the onerous H-1B cap by
filing a Trade Visa.
The five Trade Visa Countries are:
Canada (TN), Mexico (TN, Australia (E-3), Singapore (H-1B1), and Chile (H-1B1).
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The move is expected to greatly facilitate business and leisure travel between Chile and the United States.ReplyDelete
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