Ireland To America

Ireland To America

Visa Applications For Travellers Flying from Ireland To America.

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Important Travel Document Information – Please Read

If you are looking for a short term visit (E-Visa, ESTA, Visa Waiver) from Ireland to America then applications can be made on this site. If you are looking for a longer term visa please select the relevant option on the application form or email us for advice.

The Electronic System for Travel Authorization may be referred to as the following by the Airline you are traveling with:

  • E-Visa
  • ESTA
  • Visa Waiver

    E-Visa, ESTA, Visa Waiver

    The visa waiver program, also known as an ESTA (Electronic System For Travel Authorization) is a online document that allows Irish citizens to travel without the need for a ‘full visa’.

    The application is completed online and if you are approved the travel authorization is electronically linked to your passport. Citizens of Ireland are eligible to apply for an ESTA.

    You may visit America for up to 90 days at a time for up to 2 years or until your passport expires, whichever is first.

    Multiple Applications?

    If you are making multiple applications, each member of your party must submit an individual application. Once you submit an application, it will go through our 8 point check to ensure there will be no issues with your authorization. Sometimes it can take up to 72 hours for an application to receive a determination but you will be kept up to date from the moment your application is submitted.

    You will receive all updates via the email you provide on your application.

    Business Travel With an Ireland to America Visa

    An ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) visa waiver is available to Irish nationals who want to travel to the United States. The ESTA waives the need for a visa for Irish nationals travelling to the United States for up to 90 days for travel, business, transit, medical treatment, or short-term study.

    A traveller in possession of an ESTA must not work for an American company. Travelers who solely get remuneration from their employment in their native country may use an ESTA to come to the United States.

    Travelling from Ireland to America

    An electronic passport is required if youre an Irish or European citizen travelling to the United States. The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) must be completed by all qualified VWP nationalities and residents before they may travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (ESTA).

    ePassport Requirement

    An electronic passport with an expiry date valid till the date of the customers return is required for visa waiver participants.

    An e-cover Passports has a distinctive worldwide symbol that makes it simple to identify.

    E-Passports are more secure since they have an electronic chip. Verify your identity by scanning the chip against your passport. All travellers, regardless of whether they have a valid Electronic System for Travel Authorization, are subject to this rule (ESTA).

    Other Rquirements

    It is mandatory for non-US citizens to have valid documents in order to enter the United States. To apply for the ESTA visa waiver, you just need to have your passport information at hand.

    If you are required to submit a complete non-immigrant visa application, you must bring your passport and any additional papers you believe may help your case to the interview. In order to be successful in your application, you need evidence that shows you have deep links to your homeland.

    USA Visa Types

    When To Apply For An Ireland to America Visa?

    According to US Customs and Border Protection, you must apply for an ESTA at least 72 hours in advance of your departure date if you want to visit the United States. If you arrive at the airport without a previously issued ESTA, you will very definitely be denied boarding. Real-time approvals will be unavailable.

    In order to avoid having to wait up to six months for an appointment with the U.S. Embassy, if you are not qualified for an ESTA, you should apply as soon as feasible.