Who Can Apply
If you would like a family member or friend to visit from abroad, we can help! Whether they are coming for a few days or a few months, World One Law Group can help you navigate the process at the US embassy and get through customs.
It is important to note that the Visitor Visa is a nonimmigrant visa and individuals who wish to enter to United States for a brief period of time may apply. Certain eligible citizens or nationals from a specified list of participating countries do not have to apply for the B2 visa and instead may apply for the Visa Waiver Program to visit the United States for 90 days or less. Visit www.uscis.gov/ for current eligible countries.
Before purchasing travel ticket to the United States applicants must file a DS160 form and then schedule an interview with an U.S. Embassy or Consulate in the Country they reside in or have permanent residence. Individuals 13 and younger and 80 and older are generally not required to take the interview, but it is up to the discretion of the consular officer.
There is a wait time for visa interview appointments and it varies by location, season, and visa category. You may check the wait time for the B2 Visa for your US Embassy or Consulate at travel.state.gov/content/visas/en.html.
During the interview the applicants fingerprints will be scanned as part of the application process. Some applications may require further administrative processing to determine eligibility. Once the B2 Visa is approved applicants are informed how their passport with their visa will be returned.
What You'll Need
Additional documents may be required.
- Application fee receipt
- Digital passport photo and printed passport photo
- Nonimmigrant Visa Application/DS160 confirmation page
- Passport, valid 6 months beyond intended stay period
- Proof of ability to pay all costs of trip
- Proof of nonimmigrant intent
- Proof of purpose of trip
$500 (additional fees may apply).