Yes it is possible. If you are granted a 10year visa with multiple entries it would mean you can go to the USA anytime within the next 10 years. For each visit, your actual stay will be determined by the date stamped in your passport at the port of entry. It is usually for 6 months. You can extend your stay up to another 6 months.
The holder of a Visitor visa (B-1/B-2 visa) is not required to hold a return ticket. However, you should carry evidence to show that you have a reason to depart the U.S. at the end of your stay. Relevant evidence might be work or family commitments, etc.
If you have been granted a Visitor visa (B1/B2) to the USA, youare not permitted to accept employment or work in the United States. If you do find an opportunity for work in the United States then you could potentially look at a work visa option.
Yes, you are legally allowed to get married in the US while on a B-1/B-2 Tourist visa or on a visa waiver program, as long as you meet the other normal legal requirements for marriage. Furthermore, it is possible to adjust your status from a Tourist visa or visa waiver after getting married in the USA.
The US Visit visa requirements are as follows: you will need your original passport with at least a six month validity beyond your expected arrival date in USA, all old passports, a passport photo, One photograph per specification, a completed application, receipt for your payment of the application fee, Proof of fee payment, and Interview appointment letter. In terms of the US Tourist visa documents, you will also need to show the legitimacy and validity for your trip, explain your criminal history, if any, show that you have the financial affordability for the trip, and an intent to return to your home country.
Yes. US citizens, residents, and even temporary workers living in USA can invite their parents, relatives or friends to visit the USA. A B2 Visitor / Tourist visa can be applied for by a foreign visitor at a US Consulate in applicant’s home country and you can provide supporting evidence showing that you have been invited to visit your family or friends there.
Yes, you can convert your B1/B2 tourist visa to a Work visa. Normally this would be the case where A. you did not enter the US with a visa waiver (ESTA visa) and you must be petitioned by an employer.
When you apply for an American Tourist visa and are at the interview: be confident, polite,honest and respectful. Make sure you have the necessary supporting documents. Show them that you are a real tourist and that you do not have other purposes for entering the USA. That you have strong ties in your home country and will need to return there.
No. It is very common and highly recommended for An American Visitor visa applicant to provide a letter of invitation from family or friends, but it is not required. The person providing the letter of invitation would usually need to be a US citizen, permanent resident, or lawful temporary resident.
How Australian Visa Advice (AVA) can help: For more information about a USA Tourist visa application you can contact our team at Australian Visa Advice (AVA). We can both advise you about and prepare your application. We have a 100% success rate, and many of our applications are granted in under the normal processing times. We have helped people from many countries obtain a US Tourist visa – so contact us today! firstname.lastname@example.org
Written by Luke Gorham ©2020
Registered Migration Agent
Australian Visa Advice
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A US Visitor visa or Tourist visa will have a date of validity on it and you can arrive in the US right up to the last date of validity indicated on the visa. The duration of your stay in the US will be decided by the Immigration Officer on arrival. The maximum stay on a B1/B2 visa is 6 months.
The application fee for the US Tourist or American Holiday visa is currently US$160. This will usually be paid in the local currency in the country where you make your application.
If you want to apply for US Visitor visa you should include the following documents in your application: Your current and old passports, a passport photo, a completed application, a receipt for payment of your Visa Application Fee, an Interview Appointment letter, documents that support the purpose of your trip, documents that show that you intend to remain in the US for a limited period of time, documents that show that you intend to return to your home country at the end of your stay.
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