Discover the necessary steps and conditions for securing a B visa to participate in volunteer service programs at U.S non-profit or religious organizations. This article serves as a detailed guide for foreign nationals planning to volunteer in the U.S.
Explore detailed insights into creating an impactful US Visitor Visa (B1/B2) invitation letter. Get to understand the significance, core elements, structure, and additional factors that can contribute to a strong B visa application.
Visitors to the United States (B Visa) can enter for many reasons. Citizens of most foreign countries require a visitor visa prior to entry while some foreign nationals are visa-exempt or can participate in the visa waiver program. In any case, prior to entry to the United States as a visitor, you need to be certain that your intended activities fall within the limits of the B visa. We discuss entering the United States for clerkships and internships below.
Most people are familiar with the K-1 fiancé(e) visa or 90-day fiancé(e) visa used to enter the United States to marry a US Citizen. A fiancé(e) visa is not the only way to enter the United States for purposes of marriage. In fact, a fiancé(e) visa is only required if your intent is to marry and remain permanently in the United States. Learn about how you can enter the United States to marry a US citizen as a temporary visitor.
Canadians are visa-exempt. This means Canadian citizens can seek entry to the USA without a visa stamp in their passport. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t rules about how long you can stay—and what you can do while you’re here.
Are you a Canadian or Mexican citizen who holds a visitor visa in the US? Discover how you may be able to convert your visitor visa into a TN Visa without leaving the country. Read on to learn about the conditions that must be met and the process involved.
Understanding the intricacies of the B-1 Temporary Business Visitor Visa can help optimize your stay in the US for business purposes. This guide provides an extensive overview for Canadians and other foreign nationals.
Generally, Canadian citizens are considered visa-exempt, and therefore do not require a visa to enter the United States for a visit, tourism, or temporary business purposes. But if your visit to the US falls outside of the limits of a visitor or a business visitor, you may require a TN Visa.