U.S. 10 Year Multiple Entry Visa Rules and Requirements

U.S. 10 Year Multiple Entry Visa Rules and Requirements

iVisa | Updated on Apr 15, 2021

The US 10 Year Multiple Entry Visa is a temporary visa that allows holders to engage in business and tourist activities within the U.S. The 10 Year Visa may also be called the B1/B2 Visa. Visa holders are not entitled to remain in the US for the full 10 years, but rather may enter the country multiple times for a certain period of time. That time period is determined by the date stamped onto your passport at the port of entry. Typically, it is for 6 months, and you may be able to renew it for another 6 months.

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Please note: our US B1/B2 application form is temporarily unavailable. Our team is implementing updates to our US B1/B2 visa application process to adapt to current US visa policy.

Until then, keep reading to find all the information you need regarding US visa entry rules and requirements for the B1/B2 visa.

Frequently Asked Questions about the United States Visa B1/B2

To see your specific visa requirements, be sure to check out the U.S. visa information blog, and find your country.

What is a Multiple Entry Visa

A multiple entry visa allows you to enter the USA multiple times within the given time frame. The B1/B2 visa is popular for tourist that wish to enter the united states multiple times.

What is a U.S. R B1/B2 visa?

The United States Visa Type B1/B2 or B-1/B-2 is a temporary, non-immigration visa that allows business and tourism to happen without worrying about two separate visas.

Can I get my U.S. visa online?

No. But don’t worry, iVisa can help you schedule your U.S. embassy/consulate interview by submitting your DS-160 form to the United States government for you. It is best to schedule this at least 8 weeks out from your intended arrival into the U.S.

Be sure to check the Visa Checker Tool to see your country’s specific requirements.

How much does a U.S. multiple entries Visa R B1/B2 cost?

For your interview, it depends on your desired processing time.

  • If you choose Standard Processing, it will take 9 days, and your visa will cost USD 200.00.

  • If you choose Rush Processing, it will take 7 days, and your visa will cost USD 230.00.

  • If you choose Super Rush Processing, it will take 5 days, and your visa will cost USD 250.00.

NOTE: The United States government may add on additional fees after you receive your interview and your visa. One example is the “visa issuance fee” which is a post-interview fee that relies on ‘reciprocity.’ America will charge foreign travelers a fee the same as their home countries charge U.S. visitors when they enter their country.

How many entries do I get into the U.S. with the B1/B2 visa?

Your U.S. R B1/B2 visa gives you Multiple Entry.

When does my United States B1/B2 business/tourist visa expire?

Your business & leisure visa to America will expire 10 years after issued.

What is the 10 year USA visa?

The 10 Year visa may refer to the B1/B2 visa, which can be used for multiple entry during the 10 year period up to 180 days Per Entry.

What if I have more questions about the B1/B2 visa?

Check out your country on the U.S. visa information blog, or if you are ready, apply online for your U.S. R B1/B2 visa easily.

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