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If you’re not born in the United States but want to enter the country for a short or extended period of time, you need a visa. This document stays in your passport and serves as proof that you have permission to be in the country. The visa process includes an interview at a U.S. embassy, a medical exam and a completed application. There are also certain documents you need for a U.S. visa that have to go along with the application.
U.S. visas fall into one of two major categories: non-immigrant and immigrant. Non-immigrant visas include tourist visas, diplomatic visas, student visas and temporary employment visas. These visas are for people who want to do things like vacation in Florida, compete in a golf tournament or attend college. Non-immigrant visas allow them to stay in the U.S. temporarily, and they must return to their home countries before their visas expire.
Immigrant visas can be family or employment based. These visas give the holder the ability to live and work in the United States. Immigrant visa holders must be related to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. This category also includes diversity visas and visas for returning residents and religious workers. Visa application forms and supporting documents vary depending on the type of visa you want.
Documents for Non-Immigrant Visas
Individuals who want a non-immigrant visa need documents that show their identify, their reason for visiting the U.S. and proof they can pay for their stay in the country. They also need to provide proof that they have a reason to return to their home countries. Their passports must be valid for at least six months after their planned departure from the United States.
If they plan to stay with friends or family, they may need an affidavit of support from that person along with a letter inviting them for a stay. In some cases, the consulate may ask to see bank account statements or pay stubs. Proof of ties to their home country include deeds, mortgages and birth or marriage certificates of spouses and children who aren’t traveling. They may also bring letters from their employers stating they have jobs and are expected to return to work at a specific date.
General Documents for Immigrant Visas
All visa applicants must have certain documents that prove their identities and eligibility for getting a visa. These documents can include an unexpired passport from their home country, passport photos in color and medical exam results. The U.S. Department of State only accepts documents written in English, so the applicant must provide certified translations of documents that are in another language.
Civil Documents for Immigrant Visas
The embassy also requires civil documents from applicants. Plan to bring a birth certificate, police certificate or court and military records. You may need to provide a marriage certificate or divorce decree. Parents who have adopted children must have the official adoption papers and be prepared to show them. These documents must be original, certified documents and not photocopies. Like the general documents, they also must be written in English or have a translation available.
Family-Based Visa Documents
Family-based visas are for immediate family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Spouses, children and parents may be eligible for these visas. Fiancés who are engaged to U.S. citizens or permanent residents and who plan to live in the U.S. after the marriage may apply for visas. The person petitioning these relatives must provide an affidavit of support (Form I-864), tax returns or W-2 forms showing proof of income and proof of citizenship or residency.
Employment-Based Visa Documents
When applying for an employment-based visa, the applicant must bring to the visa interview a letter from the potential employer. The date on the letter must be within one month of the interview and detail what the applicant will be doing at work. Individuals applying for employment-based visas may also seek visas for their spouses and children. Each member of the family has to submit documentation, undergo a medical exam and attend an interview.
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How to write a letter of invitation for a u.s. travel visa, an optional supporting document as part of your b-1/b-2 visa application.
When applying for a B-1/B-2 travel visa , you have the option to include a letter of invitation from the relative or friend who will be hosting you during your stay in the United States. The letter of invitation is not a requirement for a travel visa, but including one could help strengthen your application.
In this guide we’ll go over what to include in the letter and provide a sample letter of invitation:
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What is a letter of invitation.
A letter of invitation is a signed letter from the family member or friend who you will be staying with during your trip to the United States. The purpose of the letter is to confirm that you will have a place to stay during your visit. It is preferable if your host is a U.S. citizen or green card holder.
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A letter of invitation for a B-1/B-2 travel visa should include the following information:
- Name and contact information for the host
- Host’s immigration status (for example, “U.S. citizen”)
- Relationship between the host and the visa applicant
- Visa applicant’s full name and address
- Purpose of the trip
- Exact dates of the trip
- Host’s signature
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January 17, 2023
I am inviting you to come visit me in Washington to celebrate my 30th birthday on May 28, 2023. During your one-week trip, from May 25-31, you will stay with me at my house in Seattle. As your sister, I can’t wait to show you the city and take you to museums and go on hikes with you — I know how much you love being in nature. I will pay for your airfare to and from the U.S. and I will also cover your expenses while you are here.
I can’t wait to celebrate with you!
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- Given space limitations in the consular section, not more than one attendee at a time will be allowed to accompany an applicant (or the applicant’s parent or guardian if the applicant is a minor).
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- Attorneys may not engage in any form of legal argumentation during the appointment interview and before the consular officer.
- Attendees other than a parent or guardian accompanying a minor child may not answer a consular officer’s question on behalf or in lieu of an applicant, nor may they summarize, correct, or attempt to clarify an applicant’s response, or interrupt or interfere with an applicant’s responses to a consular officer’s questions.
- To the extent that an applicant does not understand a question, s/he should seek clarification from the consular officer directly.
- The consular officer has sole discretion to determine the appropriate language(s) for communication with the applicant, based on the facility of both officer and applicant and the manner and form that best facilitate communication between the consular officer and the applicant. Attendees may not demand that communications take place in a particular language solely for the benefit of the attendee. Nor may attendees object to or insist on the participation of an interpreter in the appointment interview, to the qualifications of any interpreter, or to the manner or substance of any translation.
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Send the application to the following address : Miscellaneous Cell Consulate General of India, 540 Arguello Boulevard; San Francisco CA 94118
Fee: A non-refundable fee of $ 20 (twenty) per Power of Attorney (POA)/property related document and an additional fee of $2 (two) per application towards Indian Community Welfare Fee (ICWF). For joint PoA, each additional applicant will have to pay fee of $ 20 (twenty) + $2 (two).
Fees should be paid through Money order or Cashiers’ cheque drawn in favor of the ‘Consulate General of India, San Francisco’. NO BLANK CHECK/MONEY ORDER WILL BE ACCEPTED BY THE CONSULATE. Cash, Personal Cheques, Credit Cards, Debit Cards or other banking instruments are not accepted.
Supporting documents and processing instructions:
- Miscellaneous Services Form – Submit a duly filled and signed Miscellaneous Application form along with the following supporting documents. For Joint POA - each applicant is required to fill up separate Miscellaneous Application form and submit his/her supporting documents.
- Copy of Passport (first and last page) [submit a notarized copy if sent by mail]
- Power of Attorney needs to be signed and witnessed by two individuals (other than immediate family members) with their names and addresses clearly mentioned. It has to be duly notarized and further apostilled before submitting to the Consulate for attestation. Apostilling is done at the offices of the Secretary of State where the applicant is resident. For details, please check the state government’s websites. For example, residents of California may check the website sos.ca.gov . ( to be submitted in two sets – one for attestation and one for office record).
- Witnesses’ signatures have to be duly notarized. Also submit duly notarized copy of a valid ID proof of each Witness. Mention Witness 1 and Witness 2 on top of each ID proof.
- There is no need for the POA to be apostilled for Indian Passport holders and OCI/PIO card holders. However, the POA document must be duly notarized. Enclose a notarized copy of OCI/PIO card while applying.
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- In case the Consulate receives applications with incomplete documentation/fee, the same would be sent back unprocessed in the return envelope sent by the applicant.
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