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Yes, you need a visa. The United States does not recognize the idea of visa-free transit, you will have to go through Immigration and then go out again. http://canberra.usembassy.gov/transit-visa.html The US has a C-1 Transit Visa that's supposed to be used for cases like yours, but this is apparently just as is difficult, time-consuming and expensive to ...
If he's traveling on Visa Waiver Program under ESTA you have approval to enter for 2 years. When going to Barbados the 90 days count doesn't stop so it should be kept in mind
Yes, should be fine. He will enter the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program. This allows travel for up to 90 days and is multiple entry.
As @Gagravarr indicated you've already asked the 2nd question so I won't answer that again. According to US Customs and Border Protection Website Your ESTA authorization is generally valid for multiple trips over a period of two years (starting the date that you are approved) or until your passport expires, whichever comes first*. This means that as ...
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