The U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Electronic Visa Update System (EVUS) for Chinese travelers is now accepting enrollments. EVUS enrollment is mandatory for Chinese nationals holding 10-year visitor visas who are traveling to the U.S. on or after Nov. 29.
BAL Analysis: Chinese nationals traveling to the U.S. on or after Nov. 29 must complete the EVUS enrollment requirement before traveling. The system is now accepting enrollments, and those with plans to travel to the U.S. on or after Nov. 29 should consider enrolling ahead of time in order to avoid possible travel delays. Additional information about the program is available on this website.
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