• ¿What are the chances of getting my tourist visa approved?

    Official figures from the United States government show the odds of getting a tourist visa approved vary according to the country in which the individual applies from. This text mentions the percentage of tourist visas that were denied last year in Latin America and Spain. It also explains the causes or rejection, and what to do when this situation has occurred. The touris...
  • US embassies in Russia will resume some of their visa services after diplomatic crisis

    A spokesperson from the US embassy located in Russia declared Monday that they would resume some of the visa services in US consulates, which had been previously canceled due to the diplomatic expulsions, that left them with a staff shortage.The United States had started to reduce their visa services in Russia since August. There was also a temporary suspension of this s...
  • Reasons for cancelling your tourist visa

    Keep in mind that your tourist visa can definitely be canceled without prior notification. There are many reasons why that could happen, so it´s important you are informed, to avoid any kind of trouble.One very common cause for canceling a person´s US visa is for staying longer than the established period of time, even if it´s just 24 hours. In very specific cases, it...
  • What can I do if the embassy denies my visa application?

    Visa applications can be denied with a relative frequency and the reason is that the applicant is ineligible or inadmissible. There are a number of reasons why your application could have been rejected. The most common reason is not being able to prove enough economic, family or social ties to your country of residence. Remember to take all the documentation that can help ...
  • What not to do in your visa application

    I had promised to write another post with details about my second visa application, after the fiasco that was my first try https://www.visausanow.com/blog/how-they-first-denied-my-visa-to-the-usa/?lang=en. In my second application, I decided to apply with the guidance of experts, such as Visa USA Now. Their coaching was fantastic about what not to do in your interview or D...
  • Practical tips for your visa application interview

    If you´re planning on traveling to the United States of America and your country isn´t part of the Visa Waiver Program, then you need a visa to get into the country. There are some steps you need to follow for applying adequately; the first step is to complete the DS-160 form, which asks for your personal data, plus other specific questions. The other important step of t...
  • 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 l...
  • 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...
  • 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 me...
  • 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 verif...

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