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The B- B- visitor visa is for persons desiring to enter the United States for short-term goods (B-) or for pleasure or medical treatment (B-)
Usually, the B- visa is for travel to consult with business partners, to attend scientific, educational, professional or business conventions - conferences, to fix the property or to negotiate a contract.
The B- visa is for travel to take a vacation, including tourism, visits with friends or relatives, treating and attending fraternal and social activities. Usually, the B- and B- visas are combined and issued as one visa, the B- B.
Applications without the aforementioned will not receive
The applicants of B- B- visa will need to attest to the Consular Officer that they qualify for a U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
According to Section (b) of the INA, each applicant for a B- B- has the intention to be immigrant to mapasubalian this, the applicant must attest to the following: The the B- visa may be issued to personal or domestic employees in some instances. You can see by clicking here The B- visa may be issued to crew members who work aboard vessels within the Outer Continental Shelf.
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The Immigration and Nationality Act has a list of reasons why an alien is not ineligible for a visa. For further information, please see the Website of the Department of State. Apart from the above, each applicant must present an appointment letter as proof that they have booked an appointment. The applicant may bring whatever supporting documents they feel are necessary to support the information to be provided to the Consular Officer, for example, proof that shows the purpose of the trip, reason to leave also in the United States, and the preparation made to supply the cost of the trip. Requirements the following information to be able to schedule your appointment For your interview go to the Embassy - Consulate of the United States on the day and date of the appointment. You need to bring the cards printed appointment letter, your DS confirmation page, a piece of photographs shot recently, your current passport and all old passports. The supporting documents are only one of many factors of a consul to consider in your interview.
Will be reviewed by the Consular Officers at each application and consider professional, social, cultural and other factors.
Please consider the consul's intentions of applicant, family situation, and plans and prospects within his or her country of residence. Each case is evaluated individually and are given consideration under the law. Reminder: Do not give false documents. Fraud or misrepresentation can result in permanent visa ineligibility. If the confidentiality of the remembered, should bring aplikate the documents to the Embassy in a sealed envelope. The Embassy will not make the information and respect the confidentiality of it. Required to bring the following on the day of your interview. More suggest that you bring the original documents rather than photocopies and you need to bring these documents on the day of the interview. Please do not fax, e-mail or mail any additional documents to the Embassy. Addition, based on your purpose of travel, you should consider to bring the following: Bring the latest school record, transcripts and degrees - diplomas. Must also bring evidence of financial support such as monthly bank statements, fixed deposits slips or other evidence. Bring the letter from work from your employer and the latest pay slips until the third month. Bring the photocopies of the proof that the state of relatives in the United States) (such as green card, naturalization certificate, valid visa etc.).
If you previously been to the United States, any documents attesting to your immigration or visa status.
If you want to travel to the United States for medical treatment, should be prepared to prisinta of the following documents to addition to the mentioned list above and may need official kosulado: For more information on B- B- visas, please see the Website of the Department of State.