The U.S. Travel Promotion Act was signed into law in early March. It will create a nonprofit Corporation for Travel Promotion that will promote the United States as a travel destination. Promoting the U.S. as a destination for international travelers is great. However, part of the funding comes from a $10 fee charged to visitors from countries included in the Visa Waiver Program. Why charge visitors who have already decided to visit the U.S., to help promote the U.S. to other travelers? For more details see this CNN Article. Also, we will see if other countries decide to reciprocate and charge an additional $10 to U.S. citizens that do not need a visa to visit their country.