U.S. Entry Requirements
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According to the U.S. Department of State, all international visitors travelling to the United States need a passport.
Visitors from countries under the Visa Waiver Program (including the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Japan and Germany, among others) do not need a visa. Visitors from countries outside of the waiver program will need a nonimmigrant visa.
COVID-19 Vaccination & Test Requirements
Effective Nov. 8, 2021, non-citizen, non-immigrant air travelers to the United States will be required to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane to fly to the U.S., with only limited exceptions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined that for purposes of travel to the U.S., vaccines accepted will include FDA-approved and World Health Organization emergency use-listed vaccines. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals will additionally need to produce a negative viral test result within three days of travel to the U.S.
Additionally, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents will need to produce a negative viral test result within three days of travel to the United States. Unvaccinated U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents will have to produce documentation of a negative test within one day of departure.
Children under 18 are excepted from the vaccination requirement for foreign national travelers. However, children between the ages of 2 and 17 are required to take a pre-departure test. If traveling with a fully vaccinated adult, an unvaccinated child can test three days prior to departure. If an unvaccinated child is traveling alone or with unvaccinated adults, they will have to test within one day of departure.
For more information on obtaining a visa, visit Travel.State.gov.