What is a visa waiver?

Answer A visa is approval from one country, usually in the form of a stamp on a passport, authorizing the holder to enter or pass through that country. When a country issues a waiver, an individual is exe... Read More »

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What is a J-1 visa waiver?

A J-1 visa waiver allows someone with a "cultural exchange" visa to apply to remain in the United States on a different visa status without having to return to his home country.J-1J-1 visas are giv... Read More »

Is Malta a visa waiver country?

Malta is a visa waiver country. Citizens in the Visa Waiver Program can travel to the U.S. without visas for tourism and business and stay up to 90 days. The program originated in 1986 to stimulate... Read More »

Can I still get in as an immigrant with ISA if I overstayed on a visa waiver?

An individual who has overstayed his allotted time in the U.S. may apply for an immigrant visa based on a family or employer sponsor. An individual who has remained unlawfully present in the U.S. f... Read More »

How long can you stay in US using visa waiver program?