I've acquired B1 visa valid for 8months, but will be here for about 6 months. I'm in the USA now and hoping my husband will be able to come and stay with me for the duration of my stay.
I'm not sure what to expect. My experience with my B1 interview was gruelling, but fortunately successful in the end. Having viewed that you can have as many back-up documentation as possible, chances are they won't be viewed. When I went for my interview non of my docs were interviewed during the interview.
I just want my husband to stay with me for the duration of my work assignment, he's a software engineer and his job is very flexible with regards to global mobility - his colleagues work in different countries whenever, wherever really. This is obviously difficult to explain such agile working to a consulate.
Point is, he will not working in the US for any US company. His Income will only be from our country - as he will work only remotely for his own company when he stays with me. We have every intention to honor the date of exiting the USA. I have return tickets and planning to get the same for my husband. For the duration of my assignment my company is taking care of my expenses including housing, flights, etc.
Should I get my company to endorse the travel, that's if they'll look at it. Can this make sense to the consular, in consular terms? If not, please advise?
Hello i want to apply for b1/b2 visa previously i got rejected in 2018 when i was going to celebrate new year’s eve, now i want to apply again
1 i have done my bachelors degree in engineering.
2 its been almost 3 years im owner of a showroom in pakistan.
3 im also a tax payer in pakistan.
4Also i have agricultural lands and other properties.
5 i own my personal car which is worth around 20k usd.
6 My age is 24 years engaged but not married yet
7 i have travel history of almost 8 times to UAE once Azerbaijan twice Malaysia and once thailand.
8 i have current bank statement of almost 12k usd and credit card which has limit of almost 3k usd
May i get the visa with that profile? Tour suggestions will be appreciated.
I have 3 US visa rejection, 2 on F1 Visa and 1 on B2 visa which got reject a week ago on 21st Feb 2020.
I wish to visit my sister in the USA.
I have my own business here in INDIA. Also, I own a house and parental agricultural lands and property to look after.
I am just planning to visit my sister for 2-3 weeks and comeback.
What are my chances of getting a VISA the 4th time?
I am a Philippine citizen and planning to apply for a B1/B2 US Visa for me, and my family, with my wife (not legally married), and 3 kids to visit my Mom in California. My mom went in US last 2017 and just few months after arriving she have her kidney failure and is having her dialysis. Question is, what are our chances of approval on our US visa? Here is our detailed information that i will send.
My mom wants to see her kids as she cannot travel here as per her physical condition
Have 3 kids and planning to go this summer (kids vacation time in school)
Have a good business ($24,000 annual estimate income)
have $5000 on bank
plans to visit my mom and for some pleasure.
. I am an Indian citizen and was rejected a B2 visa in July’18. I also have a relative in US (green card holder) and I mentioned his details in my previous VISA application. How should I prepare myself for the VISa interview, considering I have double fold disadvantage:
1) Have been rejected US visa once already
2) have a cousin living in the US
My Nephew is in Grade 9 in India and we are planning to get him to US for a month. I am filling his DS-160 and little confused what should I put in the Education details. The End Date is mandatory and there is no option to state that he is studying presently.
My wife's sister and her family are planning to visit us and preparing for the visa application/interview. What would be the best option from the approval probability, applying with us sponsoring their visit or they sponsor their own visit?
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