An approved travel authorization is not a visa. It does not meet the legal or regulatory requirements to serve in lieu of a United States visa when a visa is required under United States law. Individuals who possess a valid visa will still be able to travel to the United States on that visa for the purpose for which it was issued. Individuals traveling on valid visas are not required to apply for a travel authorization.
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- What is an I-551 Stamp in a passport?
- What is the difference between an ESTA and US Visa?
- United States Visa Waiver Program
- What does admit until date D/S (duration of status) mean on my I 94?
- What is an F1 visa?
- My USA permanent resident card (green card) does not have an expiration date. Do I need to renew it?
- What Is An H1B Visa?
- What is a Green Card?
- What is an L1 visa?
- What is a J1 US visa?