Sunday, October 27, 2013

Getting a Visitors B-2 Visitor’s Visa to the U.S. can be extremely difficult for some people but it may often be possible with the right planning and clearly explaining your situation to the U.S. Consulate

Applying for the Visa is easy the hard part if often getting your Visa approved. The U.S. Consulate looks at all Visitors’ Visas with one main thought in mind, “will this person return to his country after his visit to the U.S.” To answer that question they will look at the general economic conditions of your country, your finances (how much money or property you or your family have in your country), your detailed plans while in the U.S. (why are you coming at this particular time period, where will you stay, where will you go, how you will pay for your stay, did you purchase a return ticket back to your country).

They will also look at if you have any relatives in the U.S. and their relationship to you. A little common sense and good communications on your plans will often make a big difference in getting your Visa Application approved.

After being denied, sending the same application with the same info is usually a waste of your time and money. Talk with an Immigration Attorney about your chances of success and what you have to do to improve your chances of getting approved.

Please contact a licensed Immigration attorney before you act on your specific situation. Immigration Laws and Federal Regulations are constantly changing and the general information provided can change over time.

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