With a valid US visa, you can travel to a number of other countries, but your options are limited based on your nationality; for example, only Brazilian passport holders can enter Canada with a valid US visa. Also, if you have a passport issued in Kosovo, you will be unable to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina with a US tourist visa.
*If you have a passport issued by Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cameron, Cuba, Egypt, Gambia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Senegal, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Uzbekistan, or Yemen, you are not eligible for a visa exemption.
Fortunately, many countries have visas that allow you to visit many countries simultaneously, such as the b1 b2 Visa.
Countries You Can Visit With A B1 B2 Visa From The United States
The United States of America boasts one of the world’s strongest passports – and, it appears, one of the world’s strongest visas. You can also visit the following countries for short stays if you have a valid US B1 B2 Visa:
|Antigua and Barbuda*||Mexico||South Korea|
|Belize||Montenegro||The Dominican Republic|
|Bermuda||North Macedonia||The Uk|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Panama||Turks and Caicos|
|British Virgin Islands||Qatar|
|Costa Rica||Sao Tome and Principe|
With a US tourist visa, Indian and Chinese passport holders can travel to the following countries.
With a US Tourist Visa, you can also visit the following countries if you hold an Indian passport:
|Chile||Nicaragua (eligible for Visa On Arrival)||Taiwan|
|Curaçao||Peru||UAE (eligible for Visa On Arrival)|
If you have a Chinese passport, you can also visit the following countries with a US visa:
With a Green Card, you can travel to a variety of countries
You can visit the following countries/territories without a visa if you have a US Green Card:
- Georgia Costa Rica
- Aruba and Curaçao are British Virgin Islands.
- The Balkans are a region in Europe.