Dealing with money can be a major hassle when travelling abroad. When you answer yes to this question, the US Customs and Border Protection reviews the application file and determines whether travel will still be authorized or, more commonly, that you will need to apply for a visa at the United States Embassy or Consulate abroad before traveling to the United States.
Under the Visa Waiver Program, if you’re a citizen of the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, most Western European states, or other selected countries like Singapore, Japan and Brunei (27 in all), and visiting the United States for less than 90 days, you need an onward or return ticket, a Machine Readable Passport (MRP), and a visa waiver form.
A travel document in good condition, issued less than 10 years ago, with at least two blank pages, which is valid for at least three months after the date on which you have planned to leave the Schengen Area, or in the event of a long stay, which is valid for at least three months on the date on which the requested visa expires.
Visitor visa – A visitor visa is issued when a foreigner intends to enter the Republic of Armenia for the purposes of tourism, visiting relatives or other persons, business, transportation and other professional interest, medical treatment or other short-term stay.
They must then extend their visa or apply for an exit visa and are not allowed to leave the country until they show a valid visa or have a permissible excuse for overstaying their visa (e.g., a note from a doctor or a hospital explaining an illness, missed flight, lost or stolen visa).