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Travel Visa to the United States
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Most tourists to the United States require a valid tourist visa, such as a B2 visa or an ESTA.

A B2 visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits tourists to visit the United States temporarily. B2 visa holders are permitted to sightsee, visit family and friends or receive medical treatment in the US.

Tourists from participating VWP (Visa Waiver Program) countries are required to obtain an ESTA before departing for their trip.

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B2 Visa Requirements

A B2 visa can only be obtained abroad and applicants must show that the purpose of their trip is for pleasure, tourism or medical treatment.

Applicants must demonstrate they intend to remain in the US temporarily and that they will return to their home country at the end of their stay. B2 visa applicants may be required to show that they have sufficient funds to support themselves during their stay. Applicants may also be required to meet certain health and character requirements.

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B2 Visa Entitlements

A B2 visa usually allows the holder to remain in the US for a maximum of six (6) months while some B2 visa holders may be granted a stay of up to one year. A B2 visa holder may be entitled to undertake short-term study during their stay but are prohibited from engaging in employment or long-term study. In certain circumstances, B2 visa holders may be able to change their visa status while in the United States to engage in employment or full-time study.

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Other Travel Visas
  • ESTA Visa Waiver


    Visitors from VWP countries can obtain an ESTA Visa Waiver permitting them to travel to the US for business or pleasure.
  • B1 Visa


    A B1 visa allows business people to enter the United States to engage in specific business activities.
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Migration Expert US is a private immigration firm providing immigration advice & representation, and is not affiliated with the United States Government. All decisions for granting a visa remain with the relevant Government Authority subject to the applicant lodging a valid application and meeting the relevant criteria. If you do not wish to obtain immigration advice or representation you can make your application directly to relevant government authority without paying any additional fees.