<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Travel Visa- Honolulu Hawaii


Holiday Surf Hotel

2303 Ala Wai Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 923-8488
Located in the heart of Waikiki.

Holiday Surf Hotel

Ilima Hotel

445 Nohonani St
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 923-1877
Located in the Heart of Waikiki

Ilima Hotel

All hotels provide warm friendly service.

Aloha Hotels


Travel Visa Information
Prior to traveling to Hawaii, United States, a citizen of a foreign country must generally obtain a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. The type of visa you will need is based on the purpose of your travel.
Visitor Visa

The visitor visa is a type of nonimmigrant visa for persons desiring to enter the United States temporarily.

Student Visa

Prior to applying for a Student Visa, all students are required to be accepted and approved for their program. When accepted, educational institutions and program sponsors will provide each applicant the necessary approval documentation, to be submitted when applying for a student visa.

Work Visa

New rules for work visas have been implemented. Click on link above to review this information

Immigrate Visa

Immigrating to the United States to live here permanently is an important, and complex decision.

More types of Visas

Purpose of Travel to U.S. and Nonimmigrant Visas Visa Type
Athletes, amateur & professional (compete for prize money only) B-1

Au pairs (exchange visitor)

Australian professional specialty E-3
Border Crossing Card: Mexico BCC
Business visitors B-1
Diplomats and foreign government officials A
Domestic employees or nanny -must be accompanying a foreign national employer  B-1
Employees of a designated international organization, and NATO  G1-G5, NATO
Exchange visitors J
Foreign military personnel stationed in the U.S. A-2
Foreign nationals with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business or Athletics O
Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Professionals: Chile, Singapore H-1B1
International cultural exchange visitors Q
Intra-company transferees L
Medical treatment, visitors for B-2
Media, journalists I
NAFTA professional workers: Mexico, Canada TN/TD
Nurses coming to health professional shortage areas H1-C
Performing athletes, artists, entertainers P
Physician J, H-1B
Professor, scholar, teacher (exchange visitor) J
Religious workers R
Specialty occupations in fields requiring highly specialized knowledge H-1B
Students: academic, vocational F, M
Temporary agricultural workers H-2A
Temporary workers performing other services or labor of a temporary or seasonal nature. H-2B
Tourism, vacation, pleasure visitors B2
Training in a program not primarily for employment H-3
Treaty traders/treaty investors E
Transiting the United States C
Visa Renewals - Available in the U.S.  

Disclaimer - Information may change regarding visas.