Team Travel Frequently Asked Questions
You do not need a visa if you’re a citizen of the following countries. For more details, check the Visa Waiver Program (https://www.dhs.gov/visa-waiver-program-requirements).
- Czech Republic
- Korea, Republic of
- New Zealand
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
The process of applying for a visa will vary depending on the US Embassy or Consulate where you apply. Follow the specific instructions for the country that you’re in. In general, you will need:
- To complete online form (Form DS-160), the nonimmigrant visa application form
- A photo
- A visa application fee
Due to the backlog of visas and waiting periods, we recommend applying as soon as you’re aware that you might be on the final team roster.
In general, proof is required of being fully vaccinated with the primary series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine before you board your flight to the United States. However, for the most updated requirements, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Contact IC3@playcyber.com immediately with your name, application number, and other pertinent information.
Having a visa invitation letter is no longer part of the official process as per US State Government. However, if you wish to have a supporting document for your players please email IC3@playcyber.com
Your passport, unless you're a citizen of the countries listed in the link below, must be valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the United States.
List of countries that extend validity for an additional six months after expiration can be found via the Carrier Liaison Program.
Usually proof of a coach or parental chaperone traveling with them is required.
This is not required.