The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) permits nationals of specific designated countries to travel to the United States for tourist or organization without a visa. However, there are some limitations. Not all nations are qualified to take part in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
All nationals from visa waiver nations intending to travel to the United States briefly for tourism or company under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) should get a travel electronic authorization before embarking an aircraft or a vessel with the United States as a destination.
Please, confirm carefully if you qualify to request an authorization to travel without a visa. Before requesting the authorization to DHS to take a trip with your VWP passport, you should identify if your passport meets all the requirements for visa-free travel. Please, check out all the information supplied in the ESTA site to figure out if your passport meets all the requirements to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). As soon as you figure out that your passport fulfills the requirements agreed upon, then you can continue to request the permission for travel.
Within the exact same link, you will find the list of countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
Electronic System for Travel Permission (ESTA)
All nationals or people of VWP nations who plan to take a trip to the United States for short-lived service or enjoyment under the VWP will require to get an electronic travel authorization prior to boarding a U.S.-bound aircraft or cruise ship. ESTA will figure out, nearly right away in many cases, if a person is qualified for VWP travel, and if such travel presents any law enforcement or security risks. To assist in the permission process, DHS recommends that ESTA applications be submitted as quickly as a candidate starts preparing U.S.-bound travel, and not less than 72 hours prior to take a trip. To learn more about the Electronic System for Travel Permission (ESTA) please click here.
Please review the details contained within the site carefully to figure out if you qualify to apply to take a trip without a visa. Prior to asking for permission from DHS to travel with your visa waiver passport, you need to first identify if your passport satisfies all of the requirements to take a trip without a visa. Please evaluate the details on your left to identify if your passport fulfills all requirements to utilize for visa waiver travel. Once you identify that your passport satisfies the specified requirements, then you may continue to demand authorization to take a trip without a visa.