U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Information Programs

New U.S. Travel Publication Covers Information From Visa Requirements to Academic Study Options to Business Travel Facilitation

    Washington (ots/PRNewswire) - A new U.S. travel publication covering a range of issues, such as how to obtain a visa and understanding new border security procedures, is now available from the U.S. Department of State. In addition to information on current travel laws and entry procedures, the electronic publication, "See You in the USA," also addresses myths about difficulties in coming to America and provides a general introduction to the various regions and diversity of the United States using America's rich musical heritage as a tour guide.

    "See You in the USA" was produced by the U.S. Department of State as part of its electronic journal series and done in collaboration with the Departments of Homeland Security and Commerce. This electronic journal further reinforces America's long-standing tradition of openness and hospitality to visiting foreigners. It was created to easily answer questions for people: making that crucial decision about where they or their child should pursue a university education overseas; planning a trip to the United States to conduct business, attend a conference, or obtain training; or simply deciding where their family should holiday abroad this year.

    Among other highlights in the publication are: an authoritative roundtable discussion featuring experts from State, Homeland Security, and Commerce discussing critical business travel issues with top U.S. business community leaders featured both in printed and videoclip formats; a discussion by an expert in U.S. higher education on academic study options in the United States; and tips on how to secure adequate financing.

    "See You in the USA," full of attractive photos and images, is currently in English and will soon be available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

    For this publication click: http://usinfo.state.gov/journals/itps/0905/ijpe/rdcusa.htm

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ots Originaltext: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Information Programs
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Laura Hesselton of U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International
Information Programs, +1-202-453-8358



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