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Where can I travel with my US visa

Murad Asgerzade Murad Asgerzade 30 August 2020
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Are you wondering, with US visa which countries can I travel to? Well, the United States visa is one of the most powerful visas in the world. It can also be a very difficult process to get this visa for some nationalities. The procedure for a visa is very strict. That is the main reason why some countries also allow foreigners to enter their countries with a valid US visa. In this article, we will share with you information about some countries that you can enter with your valid US visa, besides the United States of America. This list consists of the countries that allow all nationalities to enter their country with a valid US visa. 

Europe

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1. Albania

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa that was previously used to enter the US at least once. US Green Card is also permittable.

2. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Visa information: Multiple-entry used and unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa or US Green Card to enter this country.

3. Georgia

Visa information: Multiple-entry used and unused US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in every 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days; Your visa must be valid on the day of arrival to Georgia. US Green Card is also permittable.

4. Montenegro

Visa information: Multiple-entry used and unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: Your US visa must be valid for all the duration you desire to stay in Montenegro.

5. North Macedonia

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: US visa must be valid for at least 5 days after the period of stay intended; The cumulative length of consecutive stays in every 6 months’ period shall not exceed 3 months.

6. Serbia

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in every 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days; Your visa must be valid for all the duration you intend to stay in Serbia.

Middle East

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7. Qatar

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for eTA and then get a visa on arrival at Qatar’s international airports; eTA is free, valid for 30 days, only single-entry for all the nationalities; Your US visa must be valid for at least 30 days from the day of arrival. US Green Card is also permittable.

8. Saudi Arabia

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for a visa on arrival and then get a visa at Saudi Arabia’s international airports; Visa on arrival charges 440 SAR, valid for 1 year, and multiple-entry for all the nationalities; You need multiple entry US visa that previously used to enter the US at least once.

North America

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9. Mexico

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 180 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa valid for all the duration of your intended stay in Mexico. US Green Card is also permittable.

Central America

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10. Panama

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more; Your US visa must be previously used to enter the US at least once. Some additional documents related to your financial solvency can be required at the airport.

11. Belize

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa that was previously used to enter the US at least once or a US Green Card to enter this country.

12. Costa Rica

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa or US Green Card to enter this country. Your visa must be valid at least 30 days after your arrival in Costa Rica.

13. Antigua and Barbuda

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more from a day of arrival to Antigua and Barbuda; Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for a visa on arrival and then get a visa at international airports; Visa on arrival charges 120 USD, valid for 1 month, and single-entry for all the nationalities; US Green Card is also permittable.

14. Anguilla

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa that was previously used to enter the US at least once, with a validity of 6 months or more. US Green Card is also permittable. Additional documents can be required by border control, such as proof of means of subsistence.

15. Bermuda

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more; a US visa must be valid for at least 45 days after the period of stay intended. US Green Card is also permittable.

16. The British Virgin Islands

Visa information: Multiple-entry used US visa

Granted days: 180 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more; Your US visa must be previously used to enter the US at least once.

17. The Dominican Republic

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 30 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more. Additionally, in the case of traveling by land or sea, you must get a tourist card on arrival, which costs 10 USD. US Green Card is also permittable.

18. Turks and Caicos

Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused US visa

Granted days: 90 days

Entry rules: You need a multiple entry US visa with a validity of 6 months or more from your day of arrival. US Green Card is also permittable.

As an addition to these listed countries, some nationalities can also travel to countries like Canada, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Turkey, United Kingdom, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Aruba, Bahamas, Bonaire, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, etc. in case if they meet the requirements of government and they have eligibility to use this permit. In fact, requirements and circumstances vary depending on your citizenship (passport), visa type, the purpose of visit, and so on. It is always better to check and make sure these requirements from the official government websites of your departure country before your trip. 

US visa will open the door of the world for you! Good luck!

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