This branch covers: Mainland USA, Hawaii & Alaska
So many posts request the impossible - that a bunch of people who have never met you magically intuit how much you have to spend and what will make you happy on vacation, generally planning out your route for three months and helping you get discount flight reservations.
So, what can you do to get great travel advice?
1. Do your homework
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Hi, I am in a situation which is different from most of the posts here from people who visited Iran, Iraq, etc. I come from a country which is not from the Visa Waiver Program in the first place (i.e. Philippines) so I've always had to get a visa to visit the USA.
My latest USA visa from when I applied and got a 10 year multiple entry US Visa back in 2011.
However in 2012 I visited Iran.
Will this render my existing visa void and that I have to reapply? Otherwise my visa only expires in 2021.…
Probably worth noting for anyone flying within or out of the US that there are lines of up to three hours to clear TSA at some airports, particularly the larger ones such as Atlanta and O'Hare. There are efforts at solutions but with peak season arriving soon it is probably advisable for everyone get to their airport early.
I did T4 JFK a few weeks back and it took more than an hour to crawl through TSA controls (which I expected after previous experience) and I thought that was bad.
Hi I'm just looking for some suggestions for my trip to USA. I finish my tour in Las Vegas and then have about 8 days to fill before flying out of LA to Canada in late June. Im really stuck on what to do because I have never been to the USA before. Any suggestions?
I will be taking what I'm calling a "honey-moon road trip" with my almost-husband. We are from Indiana and neither one of us has seen the southwest. We'll be getting married in Las Vegas (typical right?!) and then driving to Los Angeles. We have some time to spend goofing off so I want to know some cool stops we'll be near along the way. We don't mind driving a couple hours off-route for something worth-while. Also, same thing with L.A. to Phoenix. I'm open-minded!
I've done some research so…
My husband and I are planning a road trip through the South in early September. We have about 9 days and need to hit Panama City, FL area and end in Chattanooga Tennessee, but I'm a little stumped on what to see beforehand.
We'd been considering Fort Worth-->Lafayette-->Panama City-->Birmingham-->Chattanooga.
About us: From the Pacific Northwest, outside Seattle. We like local breweries, good food (not necessarily fancy), farmers markets, getting a feel for local life, and live music. We…
I am travelling to the USA in a couple weeks for a month holiday before going to Canada on a two year working holiday.
I have a B1/B2 Visa for USA. What I was wondering is do I need to have an exit ticket to Canada when I arrive in the USA? As I have not planned where I want to go over there, was just going to wing it.
Any help would be appreciated :)