If you want to visit the United States you may require a visitor visa. Visitor Visa’s are non-immigrant visas’ for foreigners.
B -1 Visa – This visa is for visitors traveling for business purposes. Such as negotiation of a contract, meeting with associates or settling an estate.
B-2 Visa – This visa is for those of you with the intent to visit your friends or family, vacation in the states, or receive medical treatment.
Some people from certain countries may not be required to apply for a visitor visa. However, this only applies to these applicable countries and only if your stay in the U.S is will be less than 90 days. Such are countries are Mexico and Canada.
You may not be able to apply for a visitor visa if you:
Applying for your visitor visa will vary depending on what consulate or embassy you apply from. Please inform yourself prior to starting your application. Once you have informed yourself of how to apply for your visa you will then be ready to schedule an interview at your nearest embassy or consulate.
You will need the following:
You may be required to provide additional information such as:
These are just some tips to US visitor visas. If you think you may require a visitor visa for your travels to the United States, we can help. Contact us today for an assessment of your immigration matter.
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