US TOURIST VISA

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Why apply for a US Tourist Visa?

  • They have 50 National Parks in the US, and Yellowstone National Park is considered the first National Park.
  • Many museums and culture centres.
  • Has Italian-American and Mexican-American restaurants.
  • It is the perfect holiday destination.
  • Disneyland, Hollywood, and Casino in Las Vegas and many more entertainment places

The US offers different non-immigrant visas for – business travellers, tourists, family visits, work and work dependents.

  • Those planning a short visit to the US – for business or tourism – are required to get a US visitor visa.
  • The US visa is applied based on the purpose of visiting.

 

Types of US Tourist Visa

B-1

Attend a conference, business meetings
Consult with business associates.

B-2

For tourists on vacation and people coming to the US to participate in amateur contests or social events or to get medical treatment.

Transit C

For foreign nationals travelling through the US to another destination, stopping for a short time in the US while on their onward journey.

Transit C-1, D, and C-1/D

For crew members of international airlines or crew members of sea vessels travelling to the US.

H1 and Dependents

 The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant work visa that allows U.S. employers to hire foreign workers with specialized skills to work in the United States for a specific period. They can apply and travel with dependents.

L1 and Dependents

The L-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa category in the United States for intra-company transfers. It allows multinational companies to temporarily transfer certain employees from their foreign offices to work in the U.S. They can apply and travel with dependents.

J1 and Dependents

 The J-1 visa in the United States is for people who wish to participate in work-and-study-based exchange and visitor programs in the U.S. These programs are sponsored by an educational or other nonprofit institution, which must be accredited through the Exchange Visitor Program designated by the U.S. State Department. They can apply and travel with dependents.

 

Requirements for US Tourist visa

The documentation required for the B2 visa includes:

  • Your passport
  • Proof of funds
  • Letters supporting your reason for visiting the US
  • Adequate insurance coverage
  • Details of who you are staying with and where
  • Air tickets
  • Evidence that you will return to your home country
  • Financial documents
  • Insurance and other supporting documents

 

Benefits of a US Visit Visa

  • Stay for up to 6 months
  • Free travel throughout the USA
  • Ability to bring along children and dependents

 

How to apply for a US Tourist Visa from India?

  • Step 1: Choose the type of visa you require
  • Step 2: Complete the online application
  • Step 3: Give your fingerprint and Photo
  • Step 4: Submit all documents and DS 160 form
  • Step 5: Pay the fees.
  • Step 6: Schedule an appointment to submit the form.
  • Step 7: Attend a US visa interview
  • Step 8: You will get a US tourist visa if eligibility criteria are met.

 

USA Visa fees

  • Your visa application fee is non-refundable, and you cannot transfer it to another person.
  • The application fee for the most common non-immigrant visa types is US$185. This includes tourist, business, student, and exchange visas.
  • Most petition-based visas, such as work and religious visas, are US$205.

 

How can Y-Axis help you?

Y-Axis is one of the world’s leading visa and immigration companies. Our experience and expertise in the USA immigration process make us your partner of choice for your visa application. Our teams will help you with:

  • Immigration documents checklist
  • Complete application processing
  • Forms, documentation & application filing
  • Submission of DS-160
  • Suggesting the process of Paying the visa fees on the USA website (Application fee: USD 185 or as applicable).
  • Booking an appointment for Interviews at the USA Consulate
  • Preparing the client to face the Interview at the Consulate
  • Updates & Follow-up

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