The U.S. Visitor Visa (B2), as the name implies, is a temporary visa issued to foreign nationals who wish to visit the United States for reasons such as medical tourism, visiting family and friends, tourism, and attending events such as seminars or conferences.
However, citizens of some countries do not need a visa to enter the United States if their stay is less than 90 days.
To be eligible for the B2 visa, you must meet the following conditions:
- The purpose of your visit must be consistent with B2 regulations.
- You must have sufficient financial resources to fund your stay during your visit.
- That you will return to your home country after your visa expires.
Before your application is approved, you must provide the following documents:
- Original passport valid for six months beyond your expected date of arrival in the United States.
- All old passports.
- One photograph per indication. Both a digital and hard copy of the photo are required.
- Visa Application Center (VAC) stamped confirmation page of the DS160 US visa application.
- Proof of fee payment, i.e., a valid receipt.
- Printout of the letter with the date for the US interview.
Once you have met the requirements, complete the DS-160 form on TravelAssist.
Note: TravelAssist is a third-party company that has helped over 20,000 applicants enter the United States. In the event that you are denied entry into the United States, TravelAssist offers travel protection to cover your financial expenses. The company will provide you with a complete list of required documents for your B2 visa application and ensure that your application has a good chance of success.
Pay the required visa fees
The US tourist fee is $160. Fees may apply to the issuance of the visa.
Make your appointment
Due to the heavy workload, it is advisable to schedule your interview as soon as possible. All applicants between the ages of 14 and 79 are expected to undergo an interview at the U.S. Embassy. You can make your appointment through the US Embassy in your country.
Prepare your B2 visa document.
Before the interview, make sure all your documents are intact and match the information you provided on your application.
Attend the interview
You will be asked relevant questions about your background and the reason for your trip to the US. If false information is provided in your application, it may affect your chances of success. Make sure the information you provided on your application matches your documentation.
Depending on your workload at the U.S. Embassy where you applied, be patient if you do not hear from them soon; you will be notified if your application is successful.