The United States has announced its decision to include Israel in the nation’s Visa Waiver Program. From November 30, 2023, Israeli passport holders can travel to the U.S. without a visa, providing they have a valid ESTA visa waiver. This new move makes traveling to the U.S. more accessible for Israeli citizens, who previously needed
Check Visa Policy of All Countries
On this page, you are able to check the visa policy for the country you plan to travel to.
Check visa options for your country of destination by browsing the visa policies for every country around the world, which can be found in the list below.
Visa policies determine the requirements which foreign nationals wishing to enter an individual country or territory must meet to obtain a visa, a permit to travel to, enter, and remain in a specific destination.
Obtaining a travel authorization or a visa may not be a necessary requirement for certain territories, as most countries have a list of visa-exempt nationalities that can pass their borders visa-free for short stays.
If you do require a visa for a specific destination, there are different types of visa available for a territory depending on the nationality of the traveler, the purpose of the travel, and the duration of the stay.
Depending on the destination, it may be possible to obtain an electronic visa or travel authorization online before departure to gain entry to the country. In other cases, it may be necessary to submit a visa application in advance at a consulate or embassy of the country of destination.
In some rare cases, a visa may not be available for your nationality to travel to a certain country, because of an exemption or ban placed on citizens of your country by the authorities of the destination territory.
However, it is important to check for updates about visa regulations, as many countries often make immigration policy changes and requirements for certain nationalities may change.