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Coming to the United States on a B1 or B2 tourist visa could be the beginning of your American Dream. Learn more about how to get started below.

16Apr2018

Visa Waiver Program

The Visa Waiver Program is a program the US has set up that allows most citizens from certain countries to travel to the US for tourism or business up to 90 days without the need for a visa.

To travel on Visa Waiver, each traveler must have Travel Authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) prior to boarding a U.S. bound flight.

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20Feb2018

Can My Boyfriend Adjust Status on an Expired Tourist Visa?

Julia asks: “My future husband and I want to get married, he’s already in the USA his tourist visa has expired and I have no idea what we need to do. I’m a US citizen and he is from Dominican Republic.”

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08Jan2018

What Are Strong Ties For A B1/B2 Tourist Visa?

Next question comes from Denny. “What kinds of things can count as strong ties for a tourist visa?”

A “strong tie” is anything that you can use to prove to the consular officer that you’re going to return to your home country. That could be a house that you own, could be a great job, or maybe you own a business.

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08Dec2017

Should I Get Immunizations For a Fiance Visa if I Lost My Shot Records?

By random chance, I lost my childhood immunization records. Should I go ahead and get these vaccines that are recommended for my age, 58 years old, now before my interview? Okay. Or before my medical exams?

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05Dec2017

Can I Get a Waiver on the Meeting in Person Requirement for Disability?

Next question comes from Brian. “I’m disabled and cannot travel to meet my fiancée. What are my options?” We see this from time to time and basically, it comes down to you must have an extreme hardship to the U.S. citizen to get a waiver not to meet, or it must be against strict laws and against the alien beneficiary’s country or something like their culture.

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15Nov2017

What Proof Is Required for a K-1 Fiancé Visa?

Sammy White, “What proof is required to what extent for fiance Visa?”

Well, you have to prove you met in person. Now, somebody will say in a comment somewhere or somebody will say, “Ah well you can get a waiver.” No you can’t is the answer.

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02Nov2017

What Are My Odds of Being Approved for a B1B2 Tourist Visa?

They're telling me to mention our new tourist visa odds calculator. I will put a link up to that on our site, but what we've done is, we've taken all that we've learned in doing tourist visas and specifically when people are denied. and we try to come up with a calculator. We did come […]

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17Oct2017

Does Getting Denied for a B1/B2 Visitor Tourist Visa Hurt My Chances for a K-1 Fiancé Visa?

Next question is from Caitlin Hanson. My foreign boyfriend has tried three times for a tourist visa to America and was denied three times because he didn’t have strong ties to his home country. Does it hurt his chances of getting a K1 visa if we’ve recently in the past tried for tourist visas?

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28Sep2017

Can I Use My Tourist Visa While My K1 Fiancé Visa is Awaiting Approval?

Okay, I think there was another question.

Okay, here we go. All right, so Jerry’s asking, “My fiance has a tourist visa, and I want to know if there’s an issue for traveling to the U.S. on a tourist visa, now that we have applied for a K1 fiance visa.”

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