We are improving our B1/B2 application process to make sure it is up to date with current US visa policy. We will make this product available again soon. In the mean time, below you will find useful information to keep in mind for your US visa application.
The earliest time you should apply for your U.S. visas is minimal 8 weeks for U.S. immigration officials to process a visa for residents of Equatorial Guinea visa B1/B2 internet application. The US Type B1/B2 non-immigrant visa is a provisional company and tourism visa.
A US B1 Visa is permitted for temporary enterprise. If you are traveling to America as a tourist, you will want a B2 Visa. To make matters easier, it's now simple to submit and obtain an electronic B1/B2 visa interview from your smart device.
Frequently Asked Questions about the United States Visa B1/B2
What is a U.S. R B1/B2 visa?
The United States Visa Type B1/B2 or B-1/B-2 is a temporary, nonimmigration visa that allows citizens of Equatorial Guinea to conduct 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.
How much does a U.S. multiple entry 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 Equatorial Guinean applicants Multiple Entry.
When does my United States B1/B2 business/tourist visa expire?
Your business & tourist visa for the U.S. will expire 10 years after issued.
How long can you stay in the U.S. with a B1/B2 visa?
With your R B1/B2 visa, you can stay in the United States as a Equatorial Guinean citizen for at least 180 days Per Entry.
What do I need for my DS-160 interview application for the B1/B2 visa?
To fill out your visa interview application, you will need your valid Equatorial Guinea passport, social media information, a relevant U.S. consulate/embassy location, official documentation validating your reasons for traveling to the United States, and personal information like your address and phone number.
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Be safe going to America, and don’t hesitate to chat with one of our 24/7 online support professionals if you have further questions by clicking on the chat bubble in the lower right-hand corner of your phone, computer, or tablet.