As long as you take time to prepare with your lawyer and answer each question truthfully, you should experience no difficulty in passing your interview.
A consular officer can deny your visa application for any number of reasons, such as visa preference problems or the presence of a criminal history.
The U Visa was originally created to help immigrant victims of domestic violence. Now, it helps provides lawful status to victims of certain other crimes.
Representatives of foreign media cannot travel to the U.S. without an appropriate visa. For many reporters, the I visa fits their needs perfectly.
The P-1 Visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows certain entertainers, performers, and athletes to enter and engage in related activities in the U.S.
If you are in the United States on a nonimmigrant visa and would like to extend your stay, you should file Form I-539 with your local USCIS office.
Nonimmigrant visas are issued to individuals who intend to travel to and remain in the U.S. for only a limited period of time and with a limited purpose.
The R-1 visa allows religious workers who have a legitimate job offer by a religious organization to work in the United States for up to 30 months.
The L-1 visa allows a U.S. company to transfer an affiliated foreign executive to a U.S. office so that he can perform services for that company.
The P visa is available to athletes that would like to enter the U.S. to perform at an athletic event, as well as nationally-recognized entertainment companies.
The S visa is for individuals who are willing and able to provide information on criminal or terrorist activities to law enforcement agencies.
The I visa is a non-immigrant visa for representatives of foreign media coming to the United States solely for journalistic purposes.