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Old 06-24-2013
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Re: My $4,500 US B-2 Visa Saga - a cautionary tale

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Originally Posted by MarkofSeaLife View Post
I am just a stupid Australian but I can work out the USA entry requirements. Why cant you?
From what I can understand of the OP’s account below he had researched and thought he had ’worked out’ the entry requirements, but yeah he got caught out.
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Originally Posted by svzephyr44 View Post
The United States code does not permit travel under the "visa waver" program to the United States on a private sailboat. You must arrive on an "approved carrier" which means a commercial flight. Andy could have applied for an ESTA, flown to Miami for about $150 and stayed in a hotel while I brought Reboot back to the United States.
I did my Internet research. It said that Andy needed a B-2 visitors visa for entry on Reboot.
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Originally Posted by MarkofSeaLife View Post
Its not that hard!
From one stupid Aussie to another, sometimes you can come across as a rude (expletive deleted) mate.
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