USA Visitor B2 Visa, a step by step guide
B2 is a non-immigrant visa issued to people entering the US temporarily for pleasure, tourism, or medical treatment.
If you want to get a B2 visa, read carefully, so you have to prove that:
- Your visit will be temporary.
- At the end of your authorized stay or any extension granted by USCIS, you will return to your home country.
- You have a valid passport.
- You have a residence abroad and have no intention of abandoning it.
- You can cover all the costs for your trip while in the United States.
These are some of the requirements that you should consider if you want to obtain a tourist visa to visit the USA. We suggest you consult with your immigration attorney to make sure that your process is handled successfully.
First, you must start the application for the tourist visa, filling out the corresponding form. You must have on hand your passport, trip itinerary, and dates of the last 5 trips to the US, and abroad.
Next, you should have to request an appointment for an interview and visa issuing at your local embassy. You will have to prove that you want to enter the US temporarily.
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It means activities related to tourism, visiting family or friends, shopping, or receiving medical treatment.
It is a good idea to carry additional documents that support the reason for your trip.
You must also prove that you are financially capable of paying the trip, and have strong economic, social, and family ties in your country.
This to assure there will be no risk of you staying in the United States if your visa is approved. You will have to prove that you want to enter the US temporarily.
It means activities related to tourism, visiting family or friends, shopping, or receiving medical treatment. After the interview, your visa application may be approved, pending, or rejected.
Depending on the country, if your visa is approved, after the interview you will be told how to proceed.
If, on the other hand, your visa is pending or rejected, you might be declared ineligible or inadmissible. If this is your case, do not be concerned, you can still request the visa.
Contact your immigration attorney, he/she will indicate the steps to follow and will advise you through the process.
Note: Citizens of certain countries do not require a visa to enter the United States for stays of up to 90 days. The measure is known as the Visa Waiver Program.
Important: This is a general information article. The requirements and laws may be different in your country.
Be aware, requesting a visa may be a complex process.
At Quiroga Law Office we are willing to advise you on the immigration procedures that you and your family require.
Contact us here, let us know your case and how we can assist you.