What are the countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program for the ESTA form?

 

adAndorra
auAustralia
atAustria
beBelgium
bnBrunei
clChile
czCzech Republic
dkDenmark
eeEstonia
fiFinland
frFrance
deGermany
grGreece
huHungary
isIceland
ieIreland
itItaly
jpJapan
lvLatvia
liLiechtenstein
ltLithuania
luLuxembourg
mtMalta
mcMonaco
nlNetherlands
noNorway
nzNew Zealand
ptPortugal
smSan Marino
sgSingapore
siSlovenia
skSlovakia
krSouth Korea
esSpain
seSweden
chSwitzerland
twTaiwan
gbUnited Kingdom

male-headshotExample 1: Richard

Richard has two nationalities, Italian and Australian. A part of his family, in fact, comes from Oceania. At the time of his trip to the USA, he was not sure which citizenship he ought to declare and if he should point out his second nationality too.

Thanks to our unique customer care, Richard was informed that both nationalities are part of the travel extension program. It doesn’t matter whether of the two nationalities is associated with the ESTA. Moreover, the second nationality must be indicated at the time of applying.

Finally, Richard has requested permission to travel with the Italian passport and also claimed his Australian citizenship.

female-headshotExample 2: Line

Line is about to leave for Miami where she will visit her daughter Anne who has just given birth. She was born in Argentina but she has also an Italian passport thanks to her mother’s origins.

So although she lives and works in Buenos Aires and she uses her Argentinian nationality in her daily life which is not included in the program travel without a visa, she can benefit from her Italian passport and travel to Miami with an Esta.

The passport associated with the ESTA will be the Italian one while her complementary nationality will be Argentinian.

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