A U.S. visa is a travel document that helps a person visit the USA without any issues. There are a few steps that you should know before applying for a US visa. If you don’t qualify for a visa you won’t be able to visit the US. But there’s no need to worry because Dream International has got your back. We can help you complete all the procedures so that you can get your visa as soon as possible without any problem.
Types of US Visas
The kind of visa you need depends on the reason for your trip and is specified by U.S. immigration law. U.S. visas fall into two basic categories:
- Immigrant visas are required to enter the country and remain there permanently. (for business or if your family wants to settle there)
- Nonimmigrant visas are required for temporary entry into the United States. It is also known as Visiting Visa
One of the most popular tourist attractions is the United States of America. In Pakistan, many people have fantasies of traveling to the United States. To help people for completing their procedure Dream International can help you to get a Visa. If you want to visit the USA, you can do so by following the steps listed below. You must submit a B2 visit visa application if you want to visit family or friends in the United States on vacation.
Steps to Apply:
We will now discuss the procedures for requesting an American immigrant visa. Each of the four major phases is described below.
- You simply need to complete one form, the web-based DS-160, and you’ll have to enter the data online.
- You will receive a confirmation after submitting an online application, which you must print.
- Following that, you must go to any United Bank Limited branch in Pakistan to pay the cost and receive a receipt. The $160 Visa fee is based on the current exchange rate for the US dollar.
- Before your payment appears in the online appointment booking section, you must wait 24 hours. You can choose the day and hour of your appointment at your leisure.
List of Documents Required for Family Visit Visa to the United States:
You will need to show additional documentation when you visit the embassy for an interview. We have created a document checklist for visit visas.
- You need the one-page confirmation form from the DS-160 (with a readable bar code).
- A recent photograph (from the past six months), 2″ × 2″, on a white background.
- A copy of the applicant’s passport that is still valid at least six months after the intended date of arrival into the United States.
- Bio-page photocopies from the last 15 years of passports.
- Detailed travel records for the previous ten years.
- Names of the applicant’s siblings and offspring.
- A letter to the embassy outlining your intended visit’s purpose and intended duration.
- Your bank statement so that they can judge that you have much assets and you can stay there for some time.
- Obtain a letter on company letterhead from your employer saying that you are working with them if you are employed.
- Your business documents, such as your company registration letter, tax number letter, asset papers, etc., if you have any if you are conducting business.
- If you are a student, obtain a letter from your school confirming that you are enrolled full-time.
- While visiting, keep the property or house’s documentation with you.
- Try to keep the documentation of any other source of income. (If required)
Details for the interview day:
Remember that you will need to use the shuttle, so plan your time appropriately. Arrive at the interview at least 30 minutes early.
The interview is primarily focused on your purpose for visiting and determines whether you will return to Pakistan or not. For preparation for the Interview, you can call us for further assistance.
Frequently Asked Question
After the visa interview, most administrative processing is finished in 60 days.
If you intend to engage in commercial or professional business activities in the United States, such as consulting with business associates, you may be qualified for a B-1 visa.
Yes, we can make visa processing easier and faster.