Many seeking to enter the U.S. as tourists, for a special occasion, to visit friends or relatives, for medical treatment or to conduct business must obtain a Visitor’s Visa: the B-1 for business and the B-2 for pleasure. However, Citizens of certain countries may enter without a Visitor’s Visa, under a waiver.
Reasons to apply as a Visitor for Pleasure (B-2) include:
- Visit friends or relatives
- Medical treatment
- Participation in social events
- Participation by amateurs in musicals, sports, or similar events or contests
- Enrollment in a short recreational course of study
- To participate in conventions or attend conferences
Reasons to apply as a Visitor for Business (B-1) include:
- Consult with business associates
- Attend a scientific, educational, professional, or business convention or conference
- Settle an estate
- Conduct Negotiations
- Solicit sales or investment
- Discuss planned investments or purchases.
- Make investments or purchases
- Attend Meetings, and participate in them fully.
- Interview and hire staff.
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