• The day of the interview, from a client´s perspective

    My first appointment, before the interview, was a 10 a.m. at an Applicant´s Attention Center (CAS, according to the acronym in Spanish) in Bogota. I do remember there were other available slots but earlier, but I preferred the 10 a.m. slot so I could take a little bit more time for organizing in the morning. I also remember that the day before the interview it took me a little...
  • Some advice on how to get your tourist visa approved, by one of our clients

    You probably heard all the horror stories too. That the US visa was denied even to people with land titles, cars, credit cards, bank statements, invitations from relatives living in the USA, among other catastrophic stories. The elusive US visa has supposedly even been denied to frequent international travelers. You may even have read or heard stories about US consuls that are ...
  • Some advice on how to get a visa to the United States in Colombia

    This year the requirements for getting a visa to the United States got a bit tougher. The Donald Trump administration announced that those measures included citizens from all over the world, including citizens of Colombia.Now an interview is mandatory for almost every procedure, and the term in which a person with an expired visa can renew it has shortened. These measure...
  • Request your visa to the United States from Costa Rica

    Tourists, business people, students, or skilled workers who wish to stay in the United States for a specified period of time in order to carry out specific purposes need a nonimmigrant visa. According to US laws and regulations, most nonimmigrant visa applicants must demonstrate to the consular officer that they have strong ties to their country of residence and must verify tha...
  • Some things you should know about the tourist visa for minors

    Every foreign child that wishes to enter the United States as a tourist needs a visa. The only exceptions are children that have a passport from a country in the Visa Waiver Program.These are some things you should know about the tourist visa for children Every child needs a visa, including babies. In some countries, it is allowed that the child is included in the passp...
  • The DS-160 form and US visa in the Dominican Republic

    The DS-160 form is an essential document that all citizens of the Dominican Republic must complete in order to apply for a US visa. If you are traveling with children, they also have to fill out the DS-160 form. Through the United States Embassy you can access the DS-160 form and complete it online. This document will not be valid if it is completed by typewriter or by hand. At...
  • Practical guide for Argentinians on how to get a visa to the United States

    Several myths have been created around the visa procedure to the United States, especially after Donald Trump won the presidency of the country using an aggressive speech against immigration. Many believed that immigration policies would get stricter, nevertheless, after eight months with the mogul in the White House, for the moment, speculations were not as accurate, when they...
  • US tightens renewal of tourist visa in Mexico

    US authorities have canceled the benefit of not being interviewed by immigration agents in the application for a B2 visa, which is designed for tourist activities such as shopping and tourism, family visits or medical treatments.The new immigration policies of the United States government tightened the requirements and procedures for obtaining a visa for that country. An inte...
  • US Visa Application in Honduras: Requirements and Procedures

    Today, the United States is one of the main touristic and work destinations in the world. If you are Honduran or have a passport from Honduras and you have decided to travel to that country, you will have to consider that to enter, you will need a US visa for Hondurans. Whether for touristic or business reasons, you have to keep in mind that there is a rigorous process to apply...
  • Types of immigrant visas to the USA

    Citizens of most countries need a visa to enter the United States. It´s the mechanism the USA uses to protect the country´s borders and their citizens, from potential threats that are very real. Visas are issued at consulates and embassies and allow the person to travel to the USA and request permission to enter the country. There are two fundamental types of visas: immigrant...

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