People who have an ESTA to enter the United States must take into account some particularities. One such point of said visa waiver program – its acronym in English is Electronic System for Travel Authorization- and the number of times you are allowed to enter the United States per year.
According to the official website dedicated to this procedure, those who have this permit they will be able to visit the United States an unlimited number of times during the validity of the permit, which is two years.
The retention period is 90 days each time. However, there are some peculiarities that should be taken into consideration.
The first clarification is that the person must not return to their country of origin at that time, but must have left the United States.
One possible situation: If a person who has the IS, stays for 40 days, then travels to Mexico for 30 days and returns to the United States; in this second entry you can stay 20 dayssince time in Mexico is counted.
It should also be noted that you cannot briefly leave the United States and then return.
On this, the same source explains that an official from the US Customs and Border Protection Office will make an assessment. If you are suspected of having left the United States for the sole purpose of extending the period of your permit, you may not be permitted entry.
Who can apply for ESTA
to order the ISthe person must have a valid passport from one of the countries that make up the visa waiver.
They are also included in the case of people who are originally from other countries and who are dual citizens of one of these countries.
A very frequent example is that of Latin Americans who have Spanish, Italian or other European passports, because they are direct descendants of European immigrants.
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