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ESTA Application Steps



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The United States was one of the first countries to implement an online E-Visa system. The E-Visa for USA is called ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization), and is a travel authorization to enter the United States for visits related to tourism, business, and healthcare for up to 90 days. U.S. travel authorizations (ESTAs) are normally valid for two years, depending on the expiration date of your passport. If your passport expires or is renewed within the validity of your ESTA, your ESTA will expire the day your passport expires or is renewed. Processing of an ESTA application can take up to 72 hours. All visitors to the United States are recommended to submit their ESTA application at least 72 hours before departure.

Using our website, travelers to the United States can use our review and processing service to apply for a U.S. travel authorization (ESTA). We specialize in reviewing and processing ESTA applications using the Electronic System for Travel Authorization. We provide a 4 step application process, where travelers are guided through each part of the online form. We have added comprehensive information to each required field in the application, and we will email you the travel authorization once it is issued in PDF format. You may print the ESTA and bring it with you when you travel to the USA. We charge a review and processing fee of USD $ 88.00 per application which includes the USD $ 14.00 mandatory fee to the US government. All travelers may submit their application directly using the U.S. government website without our assistance.

After the application and payment has been submitted, you will receive the travel authorization via email in PDF format. Each travel authorization has a unique ESTA number printed in the top left corner. Your unique ESTA number is linked to your passport and verified at the airport upon check-in. Below is a sample travel authorization:


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