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hi all i jus wanna ask lng po if any knows how to apply for a visitors/tourist visa? procedures and evrything was onfused na kc hre in vj hind na tulad ng dati ang site binago na kakaloka. so please any one knows about tourist/visitors visa need your help, how to aply, wat forms we need, whre to pay etc if u have info or sites that i can use will be apreciated thank smuch


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01/09/2008 - mailed I-129F to CSC via Fedex

01/10/2008 - received @ CSC

01/11/2008 - NOA1 was issued

01/14/2008 - check cashed

01/23/2008 - NOA1 hardcopy received

05/07/2008 - RFE

05/14/2008 - RFE mailed back to CSC

05/29/2008 - NOA2

06/15/2008 - Interview date set 07/09/2009

07/04/2008 - Medical Passed!!!!!

07/09/2008 - Visa Interview Approved!!!!!!

08/29/2008 - Visa recieved!!!!

09/16/2008 - CFO Manila

09/18/2008 - Flight

10/25/2008 - Wedding Day

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12/05/2008 - AOS sent Chicago Lockbox

12/10/2008 - AOS delivered

01/21/2009 - Case transfer to CSC

02/05/2009 - AP recieved

02/13/2009 - ASC Appointment Notice recieved

03/20/2009 - AED recieved

05/07/2009 - Welcome letter recieved

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In almost every case - the person who wants to visit the US (and needs a visa) needs to apply directly at the US Embassy/Consulate that serves their country. More information can be found on the web site for the appropriate US Embassy/Consulate.

http://www.usembassy.gov/

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In almost every case - the person who wants to visit the US (and needs a visa) needs to apply directly at the US Embassy/Consulate that serves their country. More information can be found on the web site for the appropriate US Embassy/Consulate.

http://www.usembassy.gov/

thankskarin and otto


K1 VISA / AOS JOURNEY

01/09/2008 - mailed I-129F to CSC via Fedex

01/10/2008 - received @ CSC

01/11/2008 - NOA1 was issued

01/14/2008 - check cashed

01/23/2008 - NOA1 hardcopy received

05/07/2008 - RFE

05/14/2008 - RFE mailed back to CSC

05/29/2008 - NOA2

06/15/2008 - Interview date set 07/09/2009

07/04/2008 - Medical Passed!!!!!

07/09/2008 - Visa Interview Approved!!!!!!

08/29/2008 - Visa recieved!!!!

09/16/2008 - CFO Manila

09/18/2008 - Flight

10/25/2008 - Wedding Day

AOS

12/05/2008 - AOS sent Chicago Lockbox

12/10/2008 - AOS delivered

01/21/2009 - Case transfer to CSC

02/05/2009 - AP recieved

02/13/2009 - ASC Appointment Notice recieved

03/20/2009 - AED recieved

05/07/2009 - Welcome letter recieved

05/18/2009 - GREEN CARD RECIEVED

"The real test of true love is having all the things go wrong but there is always special way to love in spite of all the wrong things that may happen ...."

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Hi

You need to ask for a B-2 visa, this is a non immigrant visa, addressed to tourist or pleasure activities.

You normally, need to prove that your are able to support yourself while your visit and also to have strong ties to the country where do you live.

But it is also going yo be related on which country you are a citizen from. so the best thing you can do is have o look, on the webpage of the consular services in the foreign country. Because there are a lot of different rules according to their nationality. p.e. Most European citizen, they dont need a b=2 visa, they are allowed to travel ( they needn't a B-2 visa ) and in the POE they give them a maximun of 3 month to stay ( i-94), Against B-2 visa holder that are allowed at a maximun of 6 months for their staying.

so you better go to the consular services webpages and there you will find accurate information according to your needs.

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