Learn More: B1/B2 Paper Visa
Citizens of many countries require a valid B1/B2 visa before traveling to the United States of America.
B1/B2 is a category of "non-immigrant" visa for persons wishing to enter the United States temporarily for business (category B1 visa), for tourism (category B2 visa) or a combination of both purposes (B1/B2). The U.S. government generally issues B1/B2 visas rather than just a B1 or a B2 visa.
Before your interview, we will send you a complete package about what to expect from your interview and provide you with a list of documents you should bring along with you on the day of the interview. After your interview, the US Embassy will likely keep hold of your passport to place the visa sticker in it.
Ink-free, digital fingerprint scans will be taken as part of your application process. They are usually taken during your interview, but this varies based on location.
Important: iVisa does not have any sort of relationship with the United States government. The U.S. Department of State is responsible for deciding if your B1/B2 visa is approved. iVisa does not guarantee you will obtain the visa, but our years of experience improve your chances (we have over 99% approval rate). Our services are limited to helping you quickly and effectively complete the visa application process.
Let iVisa take care of arranging your interview for the U.S. B1/B2 visa!
Here's how it works:
- You fill out our simple online form, upload your documents and pay.
- With the information you provide, iVisa will submit the DS-160 form on your behalf to the U.S. government.
- Where applicable, iVisa handles payment of the consular fee. Unfortunately, in some application countries (India, Bhutan via India, Nigeria, Philippines, Singapore, Qatar, and Vietnam), payment can only be made in person by the applicant.
- After coordinating with you the best time and date, iVisa schedules your interview appointment at your chosen U.S. embassy / consulate.
- You attend your interview, ace it, and leave your passport with the U.S. embassy / consulate to issue the visa.
- You collect your passport with your U.S. B1/B2 visa in it.
We recommend you submit your application at least 8 weeks before your estimated arrival date to the United States.
Please refer to our FAQ section at the bottom of the page for interview locations we currently offer. If your desired interview location does not appear on the list, please check again in the near future as we are constantly expanding our services to include more locations.
Required Documents to Apply
ONLINE APPLICATION FORM - WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
You should have the following available while you complete our simple online form:
Passport-quality photo in digital format
Travel itinerary (if you have already made travel arrangements)
Dates of your last five visits or trips to the United States, if you have previously traveled there
Information about your current and previous education and work history
A credit/debit card or PayPal account
ON THE DAY OF THE INTERVIEW - WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
Printed visa fee payment receipt, which you will receive via email from us.
Printed confirmation page of online submitted Form DS-160 with CEAC barcode, which you will receive via email from us.
Printed confirmation of interview appointment, which you will receive via email from us.
Current valid passport, and past passports if you’ve had a U.S. visa previously.
2 color photos that must meet the following requirements:
No glasses or other accessories that cover your face or ears
Photos must be recent (taken no more than 6 months ago)
NOTE: Ink-free, digital fingerprint scans will be taken as part of your application process. They are usually taken during your interview, but this varies based on location.
Remember that you must arrive at the interview location at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time. Only the US authorities can decide if your visa is approved or not, but being 100% honest with your personal information is always the best option.
RECOMMENDED EXTRA DOCUMENTS:
National Identity Document, if your home country issues one.
If you are a student, certificate issued by school/university/institute accrediting student status.
If you are employed, pay slips for the last 3 months showing gross salary and tax deductions. We also recommend bringing a company ID or letter from Human Resources.
Bank statements for the last 3 months to show that you have more than enough money to cover the expenses of your trip (unless you are being sponsored by a company/institution).
Titles of any properties or assets that you own in the country from which you are applying.
If you have already made flight reservations, bring evidence of both your return travel plans and lodging reservations.
Applications for children must include their birth certificate.
Additionally, bring any other documents that can serve to prove that all the requirements for the requested visa are met (income tax returns, marriage certificate, etc.).
Applicants should not book flights or hotels before having a visa for the U.S.
Please review our FAQ's section to see if we are offering our services for your Visa Request Location or application country.
In some application countries (Singapore, India, Trinidad and Tobago), consular fee payment can only be made by the applicant. iVisa provides instructions on how to pay.
The U.S. Department of State (D.O.S.) usually has a high demand for interview appointments. We will take into consideration your date and time preferences, but the final date and time for your interview will rely solely on the D.O.S. availability.
The validity and number of entries of your B1/B2 visa depends on your nationality.
Your stay in the U.S. with a visitor visa is limited to 180 days Per Entry.
A valid U.S. visa associated with an expired passport is still valid. Unless canceled or revoked, a visa is valid until its expiration date. If you have a valid visa associated with your expired passport, do not remove it. You may use your valid visa in your expired passport along with a new valid passport for travel and admission to the United States.
All answers must be in English, using English characters only, except when you are asked to provide your full name in your native alphabet.
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Getting your B1/B2 visa will take at least 5 weeks from the date of your application with iVisa. We recommend you apply with as much anticipation as possible.
The time it takes to schedule your interview at the US embassy / consulate depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:
Standard Processing: 9 days.
Rush Processing: 7 days.
Super Rush Processing: 5 days.
After your interview, your visa will be approved within 5 business days.
- Passport (valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the United States)
- Passport quality photo in digital format
- Travel itinerary (if you have already made travel arrangements)
- Dates of your last five visits or trips to the United States, if you have previously traveled there
- Information about your current and previous education and work history
- A credit/debit card or PayPal account
Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
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A trip to the US cannot be that hard, right? It is the land of possibilities, a melting pot of cultures, and there are plenty of people to help you with directions and whatnot. Nevertheless, that does not mean there are no rules you need to abide by. In fact, as you will notice when you get to the US, the world is not as you see it portrayed in movies. While Hollywood gets some things right, others as just ridiculous. That is why you should do some research before you leave, and learning something about the people and culture in the US is of the utmost importance. Below you will find some of the things you should and should not do while visiting the US.
Do not underestimate the power of your smile – Americans are friendly people in most cases, and they believe in ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ Basically, you need to behave as you would like them to behave with you. It is as simple as that. Always keep a smile on your face, be polite, and be nice in all cases. You will see that you will be welcomed, helped, and given a chance to create relationships. The people will be eager to offer assistance should you need it, and the locals will be happy to show you around should you choose to visit certain communities.
Do not smoke all over the place – smoking in the US is regulated, and while there are specially designated places where you can indulge in your vice, you cannot smoke anywhere you feel like. For example, you cannot smoke in restaurants, inside any building, public place like parks, and even on the street. That is because Americans take second-hand smoke seriously, and they would like to prevent it by preventing other people from inhaling your smoke. Since you are the smoker, you need to do it where you are allowed to.
Do not use the metric system – this is by far the most significant confusion for a tourist in the US. You need to leave behind the kilogram, kilometer, and Celsius and replace them with pounds, miles, and Fahrenheit. It will be challenging for you to adjust, and by the time you do it, you will be long gone back home. The point is that as confused you are by the imperial system, so are the Americans by the metric system. Even so, since you are a guest in the US, you are the one who has to make the effort of adjusting. Plus, you have plenty of apps that can convert the values for you. Even Google gives it to you with a simple search.
Driving is no joke – when you go to the US, and you rent a car, you need to be very careful on the road. Some of the signs may not be familiar, and the speed limits are different depending on the country. Plus, you only have to park where you are allowed. In some states, if you park in a place where you are not supposed to, you may get away with it. Not in the US. They have officers employed just for that, and one of them will find your car parked in the wrong spot. Feeling like paying a fine? If not, mind the parking.
Refrain from using jargon – no matter what you see in the movies, Americans usually use proper language. Forget about the ‘your-you’re’ confusion. I am referring to slang. Americans find it stereotypical, and you will get a lot of nasty looks. Plus, you do not want to get on the wrong foot, do you? It is like going to England and saying ‘Cheerio’ to everyone you meet. It is borderline insulting. In the US, people like to be nice in their speech, so you should do the same. That is if you want to be treated with respect and appreciation.
Do not forget to tip – while in some countries tipping is not a thing, in the US, it allows a lot of servers to make a living. That is because being a waiter only ensures the minimum wage, and to compensate, waiters receive tips. It is true that some of them are very rude if they are not tipped as they would expect, but most of them lead decent lives because of that surplus. Remember that in the US, the tip is about 10 to 15% of the amount on the bill. It may seem much to you, but that is the custom.
See the natural parks – this is one of the primary reasons some people come to the US in the first place. The natural parks in the US are stunning. Since the country has an enormous surface area, a lot of it is still occupied by nature. The forests, the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and a lot of other places will remain imprinted in your memory because of their beauty. Plus, each of them has something unique, and you will have the best experiences there.
Be punctual – if Americans love something, it is punctuality. If you need to be someplace at 10 AM, you need to be there. Being late is not one of those things that Americans tolerate, so make sure that you get on time. Do not forget to add the time it takes to get someplace and then add a margin of error. Depending on where you are, the traffic can be excruciatingly long, so you need to create a safety net.
No matter what you see in movies, you should know that the US is a country worth visiting. While the thing with the guns regulations may scare some people off, there is barely any reason to worry. Of course, you need to be careful in some neighborhoods, but that is a valid point no matter where you go in the world. The bottom line is that the US does not come with absurd rules, and if you abide by them, you will have a lovely experience while there.
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