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Visa Requirements

United State of America USA

Business

At the time of the visa interview, applicants will be asked to electronically scan the four fingers and a thumb of each hand. Applicants who are required to be fingerprinted, and who have a cut or blister or other temporary skin injury on their index fingers may not be issued a visa until their finger heals before they can be fingerprinted. The scanned fingerprint data collected at the time of interview will be compared with fingerprint scans at the US port of entry to prevent the misuse of US visas by impostors and by those wanted for more serious offences. Please remember, however, that all visa applicants, regardless of their age or visa category, will require an inte

  • The Applicant should have a passport valid for at least six months from the desired date of entry. The validity of the visa issued will in no case extend the validity of the passport.

  • One passport-size photograph (see specifications above).

  • A Completed and signed Visa Application Form online: DS-160.

  • A Covering letter from the company.

  • An Appointment Letter.

  • An Invitation Letter from the US Counterpart/ Company.

  • Exchanges of Correspondence with U.S. Purchasers, Suppliers or Contacts.

  • Bank transaction statements detailing all deposits and withdrawals for the last 6 months. The Personal and Company accounts need to be submitted, along with evidence of authority to draw on the Company Accounts.

  • Any copies of recent advertising brochures or publications.

  • Incorporation documents and business license(s).

  • Recent contracts, Bills of Lading and other documentary evidence of recent imports and exports of purchases.

  • A printout of an Appointment confirmation.

  • Income Tax Returns for the last two (2) years.

  • Itemised Bank statements and other documents to show the assets of the Applicant (if any) is needed.

  • The US Department of Homeland Security's Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) inspector at the port of entry decides your length of stay in the United States.

Important notes:

  • You are strongly recommended to keep photocopies of your passport's data pages and of the US visa. A US non-immigrant visa is a valuable document. Inform the US Embassy/Consulate from where your visa was issued immediately if you have lost your passport. You would need to obtain a new non-immigrant visa. At the time of your interview please present the Police First Incident Report (FIR) from the Police precinct where the passport was lost in India or overseas as well as a photocopy of the lost Passport and valid US visa, if possible

  • If you have been denied a US non-immigrant visa under Section 214(b), you may schedule a new appointment. You must demonstrate a significant change in your circumstances or present compelling new evidence to an adjudicating Consular Officer at a subsequent interview in order to be granted a visa. There is no limitation on the number of times you may apply for a non-immigrant visa.

The application fees are listed below and apply to one visa application. The application fee for the most common nonimmigrant visa types is $160. This includes tourist, business, student, and exchange visas. Most petition-based visas, such as work and religious visas, are US$190. K visas cost US$265 and the fee amount for E visas is US$205. The tables below are a more comprehensive list of visa types and fee amounts.

Tourist

At the time of the visa interview, applicants will be asked to electronically scan the four fingers and a thumb of each hand. Applicants who are required to be fingerprinted, and who have a cut or blister or other temporary skin injury on their index fingers may not be issued a visa until their finger heals before they can be fingerprinted. The scanned fingerprint data collected at the time of interview will be compared with fingerprint scans at the US port of entry to prevent the misuse of US visas by impostors and by those wanted for more serious offences. Please remember, however, that all visa applicants, regardless of their age or visa category, will require an intervi

  • The Applicant should have a passport valid for at least six months from the desired date of entry. The validity of the visa issued will in no case extend the validity of the passport.

  • One passport-size photograph (see specifications above).

  • A Completed and signed Visa Application Form online: DS-160.

  • Birth certificate and, if applicable, parents' valid visas (for children's applications).

  • A printout of an Appointment confirmation.

  • If your are employed, carry a letter from employer detailing your position, salary, how long you have been employed with the company; the period of authorized vacation; and the purpose of your U.S. trip.

  • Income Tax Returns for the last three (3) years.

  • Itemised Bank statements and other documents to show the assets of the Applicant (if any) is needed.

  • If the Applicant is in Government Service or with the Armed Forces, a No Objection Letter or Certificate and sanctioned Leave Letter is needed.

  • Dependents joining their spouse on-board ship need to carry their original marriage certificate and entire wedding photo album along with the spouse's visa copy.

  • In the event of having a Sponsor the following documents are required of him/ her:

  • It is also helpful to carry evidence of how the trip will be financed along with letters of deputation, invitation or sponsorship.

  • An Affidavit of Support (Form I-134) from the Sponsor.

  • Bank statements.

  • Employment Letter.

  • Copies of the Passport (along with the visa pages) of the Relative in the United States.

  • Documents to show the Sponsor's legal status in the United States.

  • For parents visiting a child resident in the U.S.:

If child is an Indian citizen.

  • Childs's original birth certificate.

  • Photocopy of all pages of child's passport.

  • Where the U.S. visa of child has expired, photocopy of the renewed petition required.

  • Where child is a legal permanent resident in USA, photocopy of the green card (front and back) is required.

  • The US Department of Homeland Security's Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) inspector at the port of entry decides your length of stay in the United States.

Important notes:

  • You are strongly recommended to keep photocopies of your passport's data pages and of the US visa. A US non-immigrant visa is a valuable document. Inform the US Embassy/Consulate from where your visa was issued immediately if you have lost your passport. You would need to obtain a new non-immigrant visa. At the time of your interview please present the Police First Incident Report (FIR) from the Police precinct where the passport was lost in India or overseas as well as a photocopy of the lost Passport and valid US visa, if possible

  • If you have been denied a US non-immigrant visa under Section 214(b), you may schedule a new appointment. You must demonstrate a significant change in your circumstances or present compelling new evidence to an adjudicating Consular Officer at a subsequent interview in order to be granted a visa. There is no limitation on the number of times you may apply for a non-immigrant visa.

Employment

Study

Transit

Visa) and Crew (D Visa)

Transit (C Visa):- A citizen of a foreign country traveling in immediate and continuous transit through the United States enroute to a foreign destination requires a valid transit visa.

Crew (D Visa):- A crew member serving onboard a sea vessel or aircraft in the United States needs a crew visa. Crew members of an aircraft or ship that will be transiting through the United States or its waters generally use a combination transit/crew visa (C-1/D). However, in some cases, individuals may only require the D visa. Crew members, who work aboard vessels within the Outer Continental Shelf, may qualify for a modified B-1 visa in lieu of a crew visa.

Crew members who will be entering the United States during time-off between flights or cruises should also obtain a B-1/B-2 visa to use during these personal/vacation days. Applicants applying simultaneously for both a C-1/D and a B-1/B-2 visa pay only one visa application fee.

 

To apply for a transit visa, you must show:-

  • Intent to pass in immediate and continuous transit through the United States.

  • A common carrier ticket or other evidence of transportation arrangements to your destination.

  • Sufficient funds to carry out the purpose of your transit journey.

  • Permission to enter another country upon departure from the United States.

To apply for other C, D or C-1/D visas, you must demonstrate to a consular officer that:-

  • The purpose of your trip is to enter the United States solely for transit or crew purposes.

  • You do not intend to be paid by a U.S. source while in the United States, unless you have been granted proper approval for a temporary work visa.

  • You plan to stay for a specific, limited period of time.

  • You have evidence of funds to cover all expenses while in the United States.

Supporting Documents:-

  • Current proof of income, tax payments, property or business ownership, or assets.

  • A letter from your employer detailing your position, salary, how long you have been employed, any authorized vacation and the business purpose, if any, of your U.S. trip.

  • Where appropriate, an itinerary and/or other information about your planned trip. (This can be tentative.)

  • Bank savings account books or other evidence of liquid assets that indicate the balance in your accounts and account activity.

  • Real estate lease or deeds.

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