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B1/B2 MRV Fee expiring in 1 year but no appt in 1 year?
Gaurav86 posted a topic in Tourist VisasHello, One of my relatives has completed the DS-160 form for B1/B2 new visa application in India, however while completing the next step which is completing the MRV fee and setting up an appointment, I am seeing a pop-up message saying that MRV fee is only valid for 1 year and then it expires. Given that currently B1/B2 visa waiting time is 2+ years in India, does this mean:- if we pay now on 12/30/2022, the interview date has to be by 12/30/2023, or if we pay now on 12/30/2022, we can schedule the interview within 12/30/2023 for an actual interview date later in 2024 e.g. 6/1/2024? Thank you for your help in advance!
Dear Team Members, Thanks for making this forum and helping peoples across the globe, I applied for renewal of B1/B2 Visa as a new application, got the appointment after a year long wait, Appeared in the interview and was very smooth, only few questions asked nothing much, general questions like Year of last visit - places visited , overall that went very well, At the end VO said to my Wife congratulations while smiling your visa is approved and handed over the Blue slip of Approval, and said for all four of you, Myself - 3 Kids we need some additional information and we will contact you over email, and handed over White Slip 221(g) & Passports Returned After 2 hour received the email to submit additional information of DS-5535 over email in editable word text only, Responded to them in next day within email as they said to reply to this email, However its been almost 58 days and there is no update or response Wife passport received after 4 days with 5 Year / M Visa in the meanwhile I was not aware that Kids under the age of 14 may get the visa via drop box, and I took them to physical interview Interview 15 Feb-2022 Islamabad Already had B1/B2 Visa -2013-2018 Visited 3 Times and came back within allowed timeframe Last visited in 2017 Category B1/B2 Wife - House Wife Myself - Private Job Corporate Sector - Mid Senior Level Would you recommend me to contact them over the same email to get an update Please suggest Thnx
Hello, I have enter USA on tourist visa (B1\B2) in 2014 (Valid till 2024) and did status change to student visa (F1) got approved (No stamp on passport) inland I was in USA till 2018 on Student visa (F1). Then I moved to Canada (in 2018) got married to Canadian citizen. Currently having Indian citizenship and Canadian PR. The question is these November 2022 my wife's cousin getting married in USA and they have invited us for wedding can I still re enter USA on tourist visa (B1\B2 as its valid till 2024) or I need to re apply for new tourist visa because of change of status inland to student (F1) and not having stamp on passport before leaving USA? If yes tourist visa (B1\B2) stamped on passport still valid, Speaking practically will the immigration officer will let me enter the USA or not as I previously enter USA on same status (B2) and change of mind to student (F1) he/she can deport me and bard me from re entering? (I will have my wife (Canadian citizen) traveling with me and will have return ticket for both of us) Thank you.
No origianl marriage certificate | tourist visa
nish_maha posted a topic in Tourist VisasHi, me and my wife have applied for Tourist visa, we have our interview at Vancouver consulate, we do not have our original marriage certificate, we have only photocopy of it, would it be an issue? or should we be fine. our passports do not show our names under spouse. we recently got married. Please let me know
what happens to B1/B2 visa after asylum was denied
Beaver555 posted a topic in Tourist VisasSay, Dmitri has come to the U.S. with the tourist (B1/B2) visa (which was issued to him for 3 years). Then, while being in the U.S. he applied for asylum. Later while his B1/B2 stay was still valid (less than 6month after arrival) he received a denial of asylum. The question is: After asylum denial, what happens with his B1/B2 Visa? Variants: 1)Nothing: he may safely leave the U.S. and then later, let“s say in half a year, visit the U.S. again? or 2) B1/B2 visa will be automatically cancelled, so that Dmitri will not have a chance to visit the U.S. with this visa (and probably will have a hard time getting a new one in future)? 3) Or some other variant is possible? I highly appreciate your help.