EVUS registration requirement for Chinese Citizens with 10-year B visas

//EVUS registration requirement for Chinese Citizens with 10-year B visas

Chinese nationals are commonly issued a 10-year visa to enter the U.S. for business/pleasure. Employers often use this visa for international associates to enter the U.S. for business meetings or training.

On November 29, 2016, a new rule came into effect requiring all Chinese nationals with this 10-year visa (B1/B2, B1, and B2 visas in passports issued by the People’s Republic of China) to register with EVUS before traveling to the U.S. Travelers who are subject to EVUS requirements who are not validly enrolled will not be able to obtain a boarding pass or enter through a land port of entry. Please contact SPS Immigration if you seek further information on this new EVUS requirement for Chinese nationals.

By | 2016-12-01T21:08:25+00:00 December 1st, 2016|Categories: Travel|Comments Off on EVUS registration requirement for Chinese Citizens with 10-year B visas

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