This is urgent for me .
Please answer ASAP!
PR is part of the USA. It is no different than traveling to Miami or any other destination within the US. You will need your passport and visa to clear immigration once you enter the USA in Miami. Since the flight from Miami to PR is domestic, you will not need to clear immigrations again. While boarding the cruise these documents will probably be requested, so have them at hand.
I agree with the above posts. You do not need an additional Visa, your valid US Visa will cover you here.
since you are not a US citizen, I would check with the appropriate govt agency to be sure. i guess it is the TSA. it cant hurt to be extra sure.
She already has a US visa, nothing else is needed.
I hold Australian passport and can enter & Exit USA under ESTA ( Electronic System for travel authorization) issued March 2013 and valid for 2 years from date of issue. Can you please advise
if I need to apply for a tourist visa to enter Puerto Rico for about 7 days stay sometimes during final week of Sep 2013.
If I need where can I apply in Sydney ( Australia)
Thanks / Rasoul
If you have a valid U.S. ESTA authorization, you do not need a visa to get to Puerto Rico as it is part of the United States and travel there would be the same as any of the 50 states.Edited: 21 August 2013, 03:00