Foreign travelers coming to the United States to conduct temporary business, for example business meetings and consultations, attending conventions and conferences, or negotiating contracts, need visitor visas unless they qualify for entry under the Visa Waiver Program.
Need Help Getting Started?
For travel to the United States to conduct temporary business.
Most citizens of participating countries may travel to the United States for temporary business without a visa through the Visa Waiver Program.
Chile Joins Visa Waiver Program
Beginning March 31, 2014, Chileans meeting the criteria of the Visa Waiver Program may travel to the United States for business or tourism, for up to 90 days, without a visa.
A Andorra Australia Austria
B Belgium Brunei
C Chile Czech Republic
F Finland France
G Germany Greece
I Iceland Ireland Italy
L Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg
M Malta Monaco
N Netherlands New Zealand Norway
S San Marino Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland
U United Kingdom
While citizens of Canada and Bermuda generally do not need visas to conduct temporary business, some business trips may require a visa.
Traveling to the United States for another reason?