Taiwan becomes the 37th country to be allowed visa-free travel to the United States. Taiwanese can now visit the U.S. without having to apply for a visa, after Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Taiwan’s addition to the U.S. visa-waiver program starting on November 1, 2012. Preapproved, low-risk travelers from Taiwan can travel to the U.S. for tourism or business for up to 90 days without a visa. Taiwan is the fifth Asian country to join the program after Brunei, Japan, Singapore and South Korea. This is a great benefit for the Taiwanese, and one I hope will make it easier for my relatives to come visit the U.S., enjoying the same ease I have when visiting Taiwan from the U.S.
8 Most Popular Posts (Last Seven Days)
- Who Is The Asian Woman Sitting Courtside At Lakers Home Games?
- Asian Guys and that One Long Pinky Fingernail
- The Science and History of the Asian Squat
- Top 5 Gay/Lesbian Asian Channels On YouTube
- Asian American Commercial Watch: Discover’s ‘”Freak Out: Spread the News”
- Internet Page Reveals How to Talk Dirty in Tagalog
- ‘Try Harder’ Documentary – Theatrical Release (and limited ticket giveway) this Weekend in NY, LA & SF Bay Area
- Why Are Asians Yellow?