Learn more about the US Visitor Visa (also known as Tourist Visa or B2 Visa), which is a non-immigrant visa issued to people entering U.S. temporarily for pleasure, tourism, or medical treatment.
For foreigners living in USA who want to bring their parents and relatives to visit them in USA, here are sources to help you sponsor their US visitor visa.
What is a Visitor Visa?
Visitor Visa Application Process
How to Fill Out the Visitor Visa Application Form
How to Take a Visitor Visa Interview Appointment
Visitor Visa Interview Process
Visitor Visa Interview Questions
How To Get A Copy Of The I-94
Documents Required for Visitor Visa
Visitor Visa Sponsor Documents
Sample Documents for Visitor Visa
Top 10 Mistakes at Visitor Visa Interviews
Visitor Visa Denial and Re-application
What Happens at the Port of Entry?
Visitor Visa Extension
Traveling with Medicines
Complete List Of Vaccines Acceptable For US Travel
New US Travel Norms After Travel Ban Is Lifted In November 2021
Invitation Letter for US Visa for Tourists & Visitors
Sample Affidavit of Support Form I-134
Sample Letter to US Consulate for Visitors Visa
Bank Account Verification Letter for Sponsoring US Visa
Sample US Visa Application Fee Receipt
Sample US Visa Interview Appointment Letter
Sample US Visa Application Form DS 160
Sample Visa Denial Letter – Under 214(b) Visa Refusal
Affidavit of Assurance to Return for Visitor, Tourist Visa
Financial Affidavit – Affidavit of Property & Financial Assets
Sample Indian Departure Form: For Indian Citizens
Sample Indian Immigration Arrival Form: For Foreigners
I-94 Form – Sample I-94 Arrival/Departure Record Form
Sample US Customs Form – Form 6059B
Sample Visitor Visa Extension Approval Notice (Form I-539)
Sample Letter from Employer for US Visa Application
B2 Visa, Visitor Visa Extension – Sample Letter
Sample US Visa Stamp on Passport
Sample Letter for Requesting 6 Month Stay in USA
Visitor Insurance for Pre-existing Conditions
Quote and Compare Visitor Insurance Plans
Visitor Insurance Blog
Visitor Insurance from India
Visitor Insurance for Parents
Overseas Travel Insurance
Travel Insurance to USA
Best Travel Insurance Plans For Coronavirus
For American citizens who want to bring their foreign spouse (husband or wife) to USA, here is some useful information on the process.
For those who have applied for a green card or are planning to apply for a green card, here is some useful information on the process.
For those who have applied or are planning to apply for US Citizenship (a process called naturalization), here is some useful information on the process.
For those interested in studying in USA as an international student, here is some useful information for obtaining your US student visa.
For foreigners living in USA who want to bring their parents and relatives to visit them in USA, here is a step-by-step process to sponsor their US visitor visa.
For those visiting USA temporarily on a business visa, also known as B1 visa, here is a step-by-step process to apply for the US business visa.
For those aspiring to work in USA or already working in USA as a skilled worker, here is a step-by-step guide to the H1B work visa.
For foreigners living in USA who want to bring their spouse to the USA, here is a step-by-step process for obtaining a H4 visa.
For those aspiring to work in USA or already working in USA temporarily on an intra-company transfer, here is some useful information.
For American citizens who want to bring their foreign Fiancé to USA, here is some useful information on the process.
US Visitor Visa / B2 Visa – FAQs
Tips for a Successful US Visitor Visa Interview
Travel Guide to USA
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Gifts to Take Back to India
214b Refusal – What is 214b Visa Rejection & How to Re-Apply
Visit USA Tickets – Everything You Need to Know
ESTA: Electronic System for Travel Authorization
Visiting Canada or Mexico on US Tourist Visa
How to Fill Form I-134, Affidavit of Support
US Visa Waiver Program – Participating Countries, Requirements & More
Find a Travel Companion
Top 10 Things Parents Can Do in USA
Traveling With Medicines To The USA