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Plan ahead for your upcoming trip.

Even though as a U.S. citizen you’re not required to have a visa to travel to other countries it may still be required to obtain a visa to the other countries you’re traveling to. It’s important to check what documents are required before planning any international travel so that you are not deported, and your passport is not confiscated.

About International Travel Visas

What is a Travel Visa?

A travel visa is an official government document that temporarily authorizes you to be in the country you are visiting. Many countries require a visa to gain entry. The visa usually is in the form of a stamp or sticker placed in the passport and is obtained from the country you are visiting.

Will I Need a Travel Visa?

It depends. Visa requirements differ based on the country or countries you plan to visit. Because there are so many variables associated with the country of citizenship, the country (or countries) of travel, and duration of stay in each country during your trip, we’ve decided it’s best to give you a tool to help you determine whether or not you will need a travel visa on your trip.

Use the form below to check whether a not a visa is required for the countries you’re visiting.

Mandatory International Travel Requirements

While a travel visa may not be required, many countries have specific travel requirements that you must meet in order to enter your destination country. Here is a brief list of mandatory items you must hold while traveling internationally:

A passport containing one blank visa page that is valid for 6 months past the date that you will enter the country
 Proof of sufficient funds
 Proof of onward or return flights
 All documents required for your next destination