Do I need flight and address details to apply?

Do I need flight and address details to apply? No! You are not required to provide any trip details, such as a flight number or address, when requesting an ESTA. Although a section does appear on the application requesting those details, you may simply leave it blank. We actually recommend that you obtain your ESTA […]

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New security measures are in place for flights to the U.S.

New security measures for flights Before departing, remember to Charge your electronic Devices. Sunday July 6th 2014, the U.S. aviation agency TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has announced that all electronic devices with their battery low will not be allowed in flights departing for the USA. In fact, the security officer at the airport will control […]

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10 locations in New York you must check out during your visit

10 locations in New York you must visit From Central Park to Broadway, here are some of the New York Landmarks you can’t miss while visiting the city with your ESTA. Last year, millions of tourists visited New York under the Visa Waiver Program. The city is recognized world-wide as a symbol of modernity and […]

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Top 9 activities to do for free or for a small fee while in Miami

Top 9 activities to do in Miami Will your ESTA take you to sunny Miami? Here are 9 activities that will make your holiday unforgettable without blowing your wallet. Miami is known as one of the most eclectic and entertaining cities in the world, thanks to its wonderful beaches, fashionable restaurants, stunning architecture and nightlife […]

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10 + 1 tips for travel to the USA

Are you planning to visit the United States? Here are 11 Travel Tips for USA Planning a trip to the USA can be quite exciting! It is useful to get familiar with some local customs. The following tips will introduce you to some very common American habits that might not be familiar to all visitors, […]

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Travelling with your ESTA: Practical Advice of Conduct

Practical Advice of Conduct Will the cultural differences between Europe and the United States lead to friction? We think it might, so we would like to share some general rules of behavior. We can certainly say that Americans are kind but observant of the rules. Equipped with a good deal of sense of humor, they […]

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Tips to Renting a car in the U.S:

Tips to Renting a car: When planning a trip to the U.S you may have wondered whether it is worth it to tour the city of your destination, but also the surrounding areas, cities nearby or why not even take an endless road leading you to your next adventure. At the same time you might […]

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Preparing the Arrival to USA

Preparing the Arrival Unless you hold a passport from Canada or Bermuda, before you arrive in the U.S. you must fill out an immigration form. There is a white I-94 for Visa holders or a green I-94W for those entering under the Visa Waiver Program. Most of the daily travelers arrive by air, and U.S. […]

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U.S. Health Care System: What is good to know?

Health Care System: What is good to know? The United States of America is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet. Whether you travel for pleasure or business, every year millions of visitors come to the U.S. for stays ranging from one week to a few months. If we can say with […]

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What is the Visa Waiver Program and what do I need to know?

What is the Visa Waiver Program? Technically speaking, according the U.S. immigration law the Visa Waiver Program does not grant a real visa. Those wishing to travel to the U.S. and that are a citizen of one of the 38 eligible countries (U.K., Ireland, Australia and New Zealand are one of them), can stay up […]

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