• Some things you need to get straight about the visa application procedure

    The occasional rumor or incorrect idea tends to take over people interested in applying for a visa for the United States. Those false conceptions happen primarily because many individuals don´t check the information provided by the embassy themselves or they are misguided by others who apparently have inaccurate or outdated information. These are some of the most common questi...
  • Some student visa privileges

    Can I change my visa category from F2 to F1? This is a question that many people have probably asked themselves. Nevertheless, a general response is not always possible since each case needs to be considered individually. Applying to university or higher education programs, as we have mentioned in other articles, requires a particular type of visa, the F1 visa. If, on the other...
  • Universities, colleges and community colleges, which should I choose?

    With a student visa, you can access a higher education in the United States and thus develop your knowledge and increase your chances of a better future. However, it´s necessary to take certain things into consideration since not all educational centers offer the same services or have the same requirements. There are at least three different categories that can be mentioned in...
  • Planning on studying English in the USA? Here´s what you need to know

    Every year thousands of students enter the United States with the goal of learning English as a second language. Summer is usually the busiest season for English learning institutions. Studying English in the US is, without a doubt, a good way to get to know the country. There are also many people that have already studied English in their home countries but wish to strengthen ...
  • What happens in case I need to go through a second inspection at the border?

    The vast majority of people who need to pass a secondary inspection at the border will have no problem and will be allowed to enter after a short delay. It´s also possible that in certain cases a foreigner is authorized to enter the country but is given an order to appear before an immigration judge.This only happens if the immigration officer decides so (it´s not the forei...
  • What information does the US immigration control have on me?

    If you already have a visa or if you´re thinking of requesting one, you have probably asked yourself, what information does the US have on me? Will those crazy photos I posted from summer vacation blow up on my face when I´m attempting to enter the country? The truth is, through the TECS system, officers in immigration controls have access to broad information about foreigner...
  • Some pointers on how to complete the DS-160 form

    It´s important that you´re prepared to complete the DS-160 form. Before entering the website to fill out the application, it´s important that you have some information ready including:The valid passport of each applicant Previous passports that include data from previous trips (to the United States or to other countries) In case you already had a US visa, you should ...
  • What is a non-immigrant visa exactly?

    Non-immigrant visas allow a foreigner to visit, study, invest or work for a specific time in the United States. The general rule is that foreigners who want to temporarily enter the US need a visa, although there are exceptions. Non-immigrant visas are different to immigrant visas, which become residency cards.Which countries don´t need a visa to temporarily visit the United...
  • What are the consequences of lying on my visa application?

    Consequences can be very serious for a person that is caught lying or committing fraud in order to obtain a visa or another immigration benefit. Is it possible to get out of the problem?But what is lying according to immigration authorities?In the context of immigration procedures, to lie is to say in spoken or written form something that does not correspond to the truth, i...
  • The embassy paralyzed my visa application because of a 221g, what is it and what can I do?

    Each year approximately one million US visas, both immigrant, and nonimmigrant are neither approved nor denied. The final decision is pending and the explanation is a procedure called 221g. What is this procedure, what can be done and how long does it take to get a final answer? All these questions are solved in this article.What does the administrative procedure 221 g mean? ...

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