B1/B2 Visitor Visa

Our expertise extends to helping individuals secure the B1/B2 visa, a versatile option that opens doors to both business and leisure travel in the United States. Whether you're a business professional attending meetings or a traveler exploring the vibrant landscapes, our team is here to guide you through the application process, ensuring a smooth and successful journey.

What is the B1/B2 Visa?

The B1/B2 visa is a non-immigrant visa category that caters to individuals seeking entry into the United States for business (B1) or pleasure/tourism (B2) purposes. This dual-purpose visa is an excellent choice for those wishing to combine work-related activities with recreational travel during their stay in the U.S.

Why Choose the B1/B2 Visa?

1. Versatility: The B1/B2 visa allows you to engage in a wide range of activities, from attending business meetings and conferences to exploring the diverse cultural offerings of the United States.

2. Extended Stays: With a B1/B2 visa, you can enjoy a longer duration of stay, making it convenient for both professional commitments and leisurely pursuits.

3. Ease of Travel: This visa offers the flexibility to seamlessly transition between business and tourism activities, making it an ideal choice for those with varied purposes for visiting the U.S.

Requirements for B1/B2 Visa:

While the specific documentation may vary based on individual circumstances, here are some general requirements for obtaining a B1/B2 visa:

1. Completed Visa Application Form: Submission of the DS-160 form is a crucial step in the application process.

2. Valid Passport: A valid passport with a minimum of six months' validity beyond the intended period of stay in the U.S.

3. Photograph: Recent passport-sized photograph meeting the U.S. visa photo requirements.

4. Proof of Intent: Demonstrate the purpose of your visit, whether it's for business, tourism, or a combination of both.

5. Financial Ability: Provide evidence of financial capability to cover travel expenses, including accommodation, transportation, and other necessities.

6. Ties to Home Country: Establish strong ties to your home country, such as employment, property, or family commitments, to demonstrate your intent to return after the visit.

At CARNEY Immigration Law Firm, our experienced immigration attorneys are committed to helping you navigate the complexities of the B1/B2 visa application process. Contact us today to embark on your journey to the United States with confidence and peace of mind.