I am flying from London to Chile with a stop over in Dallas, do I need a visa for the stop over?
The United States have abolished the transit without visa facility after 9/11. Anybody who needs a visa to visit the United States also need to get one in order to transit unless s/he is exempt from the non-immigrant visa requirement or holds a passport of a country which participates on the Visa Waiver Program.
Citizen of the following countries do not need a visitors or transit visa: Bermuda, Canada, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau
Citizen of the following countries need to apply for an online authorization (ESTA) to transit through the United States. The service fee for the application is US$14, add in transit to Chile in the address column of the online application form.
Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Czech Republic¹, Denmark, Estonia¹, Finland, France, Germany, Greece¹, Hungary¹, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia¹, Liechtenstein, Lithuania¹, Luxembourg, Malta¹, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia¹, Slovenia, South Korea¹, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom [¹ = e-passport required]
All others need to apply for a C-1 transit visa prior to travel, fee US$140.
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