Yes, an H1B visa holder can travel to Hawaii. However, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, the H1B visa holder will need to have a valid passport. Second, the H1B visa holder will need to obtain a travel visa if they plan to stay in Hawaii for more than 90 days. Lastly, it is always important to check with the US Embassy or Consulate in Hawaii for the most up-to-date information on travel requirements.
Yes, H1B visa holders can travel to Hawaii.
Can I go Hawaii with H-1B visa?
Hawaii is a state in the US and is not a separate country. You should be able to travel to Hawaii or any other state in the US with a valid H1B or F1 visa. Both H1B and F1 visa allow you access to anywhere and everywhere in the US, provided your visa and passport both are valid and not expired.
ESTA is required for all travelers to Hawaii. Be sure to apply for it before you travel.
Can a non US citizen travel to Hawaii from the US
All international visitors, regardless of country of origin, must present a valid passport or secure document when entering the United States, including Hawaiʻi.
Visitors from Visa Waiver Program countries must have a machine-readable passport.
A visa is not required for citizens of Visa Waiver Program countries, but they must obtain an authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to travel.
Other international visitors must have a valid visa.
For more information, please visit the U.S. Department of State website or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website.
If you plan to travel outside the United States, there are a few things you need to know:
First, you will need to have a valid passport. If your passport is from your home country, you will also need to have a valid visa for re-entry into the United States.
Second, you will need to have a valid H-1B visa stamp in your passport. If your H-1B visa has expired, you will need to apply for a new visa stamp at a U.S. consulate or embassy abroad.
Third, you will need to have a valid employment authorization document (EAD) from USCIS, if you are on an H-1B visa and your H-1B employer has filed an I-485 application for you.
Finally, you should consult with your H-1B employer before you travel, to make sure that your travel plans will not impact your H-1B status or your employer’s ability to sponsor you for a green card.
Is h1 in Hawaii an interstate?
H-1 is the longest and busiest Interstate Highway in the US state of Hawaii. The highway is located on the island of Oʻahu. Despite the number, this is an east–west highway; the ‘H’-series (for Hawaii) numbering reflects the order in which routes were funded and built.
Hawaii is a US state and therefore passport documentation requirements for US citizens and LPR’s do not apply. Entry requirements for non-US citizens are the same as for entering the United States from any foreign destination. Upon departure, a passport is required for all but US citizens.
Can international travelers go to Hawaii?
Hawaii is currently open to visitors who arrive directly from an international airport. All travelers must still comply with US federal requirements. For updates on international travel, please visit CDCgov.
The State of Hawaiʻi is in compliance with all U.S. federal international requirements. There are no additional requirements for travelers flying directly into the state from an international destination. Travelers entering the U.S. from another state or territory will be treated as domestic travelers when entering Hawaiʻi.
Is flying from the US to Hawaii considered international
Yes, Hawaii is considered an international flight because it is not part of the contiguous United States. When you fly to Hawaii, you will need a passport if you are coming from outside of the country.
Starting in 2025, you will need a passport to travel to Hawaii. In the meantime, you can use your driver’s license to travel to Hawaii.
What documents do I need to enter Hawaii?
As of June 12, 2022, the US federal government no longer requires a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result or recovery from COVID-19 documentation for domestic arriving passengers. All COVID-related requirements have been lifted.
From May 7, 2025, every traveler must present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, state-issued enhanced driver’s license, or other acceptable forms of identification, such as a valid passport or US military ID, to fly within the US. The complete list of acceptable identification can be found here.
How many days can I stay outside US on H-1B
This 120-day extension is available to H-1B holders who:
-Have been previously issued an H-1B visa or held H-1B status in the past
-Are currently in H-1B status
-Are applying for an extension of stay in H-1B status
-Have not been employed in the US for more than 60 days by a “non-H-1B employer”
In order to qualify for this 120-day extension, H-1B holders must have:
-Not changed their job duties or employer
-Not had any “material” changes to their employment terms and conditions
-Remained in “valid” H-1B status
If you have questions about whether you qualify for this 120-day extension, please consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
The 90 day period is not cumulative and resets annually. This means that as long as the employee maintains their address in the H-1B petition, they can stay outside of the work location for up to 90 days at a time, and as many times as required.
What are the rules for H1B visa?
The H1B visa is a visa that allows people with specialty knowledge to work in the United States. In order to be eligible for the H1B visa, you will need: A job offer from a US employer for a role that requires specialty knowledge Proof of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in that field Your employer must show that there is a lack of qualified US applicants for the role.
Interstate H-1, H-2, H-3, and H-201 are the main highways on the island of Oahu. The only other Interstate Highway in Hawaii is the Daniel K. Inouye Highway (Interstate H-201) on the island of Oahu.
Yes, a holder of an H1B visa can travel to Hawaii.
There is no definitive answer to this question as the travel restrictions for H1B visa holders vary depending on the country of origin. However, it is generally advisable to check with the US Embassy or Consulate in the country of origin before attempting to travel to the United States.