Visa for USA

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B1 B2 Visa

What is the difference between a B1 Visa and a B2 Visa?

The B-1/B-2 visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows the bearer to travel to the United States for business or tourism. This Visa for the USA, the B-1 VISA is for business trips, whereas the B-2 VISA is for tourism, such as vacations or family visits.

Please note, a B1 visa does not allow you to take up employment in the USA. If you are traveling the US for work, learn about the various types of business/work visas and see which one is suitable for you.

B-1/B-2 visa are issued for an initial period of six months, which can be extended in increments of 6 months for up to 10 years.

B1/B2 Visa

ESTA Visa for USA

The visa waiver program, also known as an ESTA (Electronic System For Travel Authorisation) is a document that allows an individual to travel for tourism, business & transit without the need for a ‘full visa’.

ESTA Visas are valid for up to 2 years and allow short-visits of up to 90 days at a time to the USA.

Click the link below for detailed FAQ’s including which countries are eligible for an ESTA visa waiver.

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O-1 Visa

This Visa for USA is applicable to those who hold extraordinary talent in specific sectors. Talents such as science, education, arts, athletics and business.

The application process can be complex. It is best to use the services of immigration experts to ensure a successful application.

Click below to read more about O-1 visas and the documents / proof required to make an application.

O-1 Visa

USA Non-immigrant Visitor Visa

If you are ineligible for an ESTA Visa or have been denied an ESTA, these are the typical visas you would apply for to visit the USA instead.

Visitor visas are non-immigrant visas, which means they are only valid for a short period of time.

The type of visa you’ll need is determined by the reason for your trip. It’s critical that you spend some time researching and determining which visas are appropriate for you.

Check out the Visa policy of the United States.

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