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About the US Tourist visa renewal

iVisa | Updated on Aug 31, 2022

Please note that as of June 2022 the CDC no longer requires travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test or documentation of recovery from COVID pre arrival to the US

The US B1/B2 Visa is one of the most popular US tourist visa options. Fortunately, you can get it renewed pretty easily right now with the help of iVisa. As long as you meet the requirements, you will be able to apply for your visa renewal offline or online, depending on what you prefer.

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Continue reading the FAQs below to learn about the US tourist visa renewal and how to apply for it with iVisa.

Open the iVisa B1/B2 visa renewal application.

What do I need to meet the B1/B2 visa renewal requirements?

Rest assured that applying for the B1/B2 visa renewal online is very easy. By completing the checklist below, you will not have to spend a lot of time filling in the renewal request form.

This is what you need:

  • The most important thing is a valid passport. It should have a validity of at least 6 months after the intended travel dates.
  • A professional passport-style photograph in digital form. Make sure it was taken recently. This photo must meet standard passport photo measurements and requirements.
  • A valid email address because iVisa will send the B1/B2 visa renewal by email.
  • Payment method a valid debit or credit card to pay the corresponding fees online.
  • Copies of any past visas. Also, remember that if your last B1/B2 visa expired within the last 24 months, no embassy interview will be required to complete the B1/B2 visa renewal requirements.
  • Supporting documents this could be anything that visa renewal officials need to prepare for the B1/B2 visa renewal. If you use iVisa, you will be notified by their support team in case you need extra items.

Start the B1/B2 visa renewal application on the iVisa page.

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Where can I apply for the B1/B2 visa renewal?

You can complete your B1/B2 visa renewal with the services of iVisa. iVisa has a team that’s available 24/7 with an expert Concierge service that has already helped thousands of travelers enter the United States.

Start your B1/B2 visa renewal application with iVisa now.

What is the iVisa application process?

You only have to complete four steps to get your B1/B2 visa renewal successfully at iVisa:

  • Step One: The first thing you have to do is to fill in the online application form and get ready to also fill in the same DS-160 nonimmigrant visa application form you filled in when you first applied for your visa.
  • Step Two: Review the information to avoid any mistakes or delays while processing the renewal.
  • Step three: Pay all the fees that you owe for the US tourist visa renewal application process.
  • As soon as you finish these steps you will have marked completed all the B1/B2 visa renewal process, and the documentation will be sent directly to your email inbox.

If you’re more than ready to apply for a B1/B2 visa renewal head to iVisa

How much will the B1/B2 visa renewal cost at iVisa?

iVisa has some of the most inexpensive processing fees in the world and our faithful clients will be happy to see that iVisa offers the same too! For only $159, any traveler will benefit from the Concierge Service.

Government fee NOT included: $160

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How long does the process usually take to complete all the US B1/B2 visa renewal requirements?

Just like other travel application processes, the processing time is difficult to prognosticate. It could take anywhere between two to six weeks. However, you can be sure that the iVisa team reviews every single application for the slightest error. After all, 90% of request forms that are sent each year have one or more mistakes and the presence of a typo can affect the outcome of the process.

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Where can I read more about the B1/B2 visa renewal process?

Go to iVisa.com blog page to read more about the US Tourist Visa Renewal.

If you prefer to be redirected to the iVisa application and complete all the B1/B2 visa renewal.

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