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The B-visa for many different types of visitors
With a B-Visa it is possible for travelers to stay in the U.S. for up to 180 days. As a traveler, you should be informed about the visa process before applying for a B-1 visa.
The B-1 visa is applicable to business travelers (B-1 Business Visitor Visa) and to tourists (B-2 Tourist Visa). It is possible for a B-1 visa to be issued with a validity ranging from 1 to 10 years
Business travelers intending to stay in the U.S. for less than 90 days can apply for the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Since the same regulations apply to VWP travelers, it is important that they still be informed about the B-1 visa process as well. Please note that travelers whose nationality is excluded from the VWP will always need a visa.
Our job is to administer the B visa application process for companies and travelers, as well as to keep you updated on the current rules and regulations of the visa process.
Do you have any questions about the B-1 or B-2 visa?
Visa for general business trips in the U.S.
Business travelers who plan on traveling to the U.S. should be informed about entry regulations. Business travelers have limited privileges during their stay in the U.S. for example, business travelers are not permitted to work and their company can be subject to precautionary measures. Preparation and proper notification is key to following these strict regulations.
Visa for dual students in the U.S.
If specific requirements are met, Dual Students can be eligible for a B-1 visa. Since Dual Students will expect a work-study experience while in the U.S. we have the know-how to provide them the proper preparation and guidance. For several years we have provided the direction necessary to connect students with American subsidiaries.
Visa for industrial workers in the U.S.
Whether an industrial worker’s stay is only a few days or requires multiple entries into the U.S. it is essential that they be informed about the current visa regulations. It is important that the worker has a full understanding of the visa process, to eliminate the possibility of illegal work or denied entry. These potential complications with the visa process could lead to larger problems like assembly delays or even liability claims.
Visa for volunteers in the U.S.
Travelers who are volunteering for a nonprofit organization also need a visa. It is extremely important that every volunteer planning on traveling to the U.S. be informed about rules and regulations, to ensure the protection of both the volunteer and the organization.
With us, you will always receive up-to-date information regarding the visa process as well as the best preparation for the U.S. Consulate/Embassy interview.
More information about the B-1 visa
Here you can read about the most frequently asked questions concerning the B-1 visa. If you do not find the information that you are looking for here, please feel free to contact us by email or phone.