Yes, B1/B2 Visa holders (Visit Visa) can now enter the USA via air. This is validated by the US official accounts.
To help facilitate the safe return of global travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, President Biden issued a Presidential Proclamation on October 25. This proclamation terminates the travel limitations set forth in Presidential Proclamations 9984, 9992, 10143, and 10199, which prohibit admission into the United States of persons physically present in Brazil, China, India, Iran, Ireland, the Schengen Area, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
Can you enter USA on B1/B2 visa during COVID?
Yes. If you’re a B1/B2 visa holder, you can travel to the USA if you have taken both the doses of vaccinations and have the official documents proving the same ready.
Who cannot enter USA on B1/B2 visa
People who haven’t taken both doses of vaccine cannot enter the US as of now (November 2021).
Is a corona virus test required when flying to USA
In addition to confirmation of vaccination, all air travelers must present findings of a negative coronavirus test performed on a specimen collected three days before their flight’s departure from a foreign country.
Will you need a travel insurance when flying to USA
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