Document Required For Us Visa Interview by the US Embassy Nigeria
US Embassy for Visa Interview Requirement… Are you applying for US Visa in Nigeria? If yes, this article will guide you on how to get started and full document required by the US consulate for your interview anytime… Ensure to read more.
|Document Required For Us Visa Interview by the US Embassy Nigeria|
Types of US Visas.
- Nonimmigrant Visas
- Immigrant Visas
- Business / Tourist Visa (B-1 / B-2)
- Work Visa (H (H-1B, H-1B1, H-2A, H-2B, H-3, H-4), L (L-1 L-2), O, P, Q, R)
- Student Visa (F-1, M-1)
- Exchange Visitor Visa (J-1, J-2)
- Transit / Ship Crew Visas (C, D, C-1 / D, B-1 / B-2)
- Domestic Employee Visa (A-3, G-5, B-1)
- Journalist and Media Visas (I)
US Visa Application in Nigeria.
- Process and get a Nigerian International passport from Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) offic
- Schedule and book your appointment in American Embassy Abuja for interview or Consulate General in Lagos but before you do that it’s better you learn know what to expect.
- Carefully choose the visa type that applies to your situation. There are different types of visas so you should be able to understand this and also, carefully understand the visa that applies to your situation. Please note that there are common nonimmigrant visas being issued to those who wish to visit America on a short stay – business trip, holidaying, students, etc. and also there are immigrant visas for persons who wish to permanently live in the US.
- Once you identify the visa you wish to have, you must pay a non-transferable and a non-refundable amount provided ranging 160USD and above.
- At this stage you will carefully complete the DS-160 form after learning about its guidelines. Note that once you submit this form, you are not allowed to make any changes
- Next step, you will create a profile on U.S. Embassy system by visiting https://cgifederal.secure.force.com. You will be asked your email address and password for this.
- After confirming the account from your email, you will login to your dashboard
On the left-hand side of the dashboard, you will see Schedule Appointment
- When an appointment has been successfully scheduled for you, you will need the following documents – applicant’s passport number, the receipt of deposit from GTBank, 10 digits barcode from your DS-160 confirmation page
- As you go through the page you will fill out some web forms for your biodata, document delivery location, confirm visa payment and schedule appointment. Call their hotline on +23414406218 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment after the deposit.
- Visit US Embassy on the date and time of visa interview
USA Embassy Interview Questions.
- Why do you want to travel to the USA?
- Why must you visit at this time?
- How long will you be staying in the US?
- Why do you want 1 year visa when 3 months is okay for you?
- Where will you be staying in the US?
- Who is sponsoring your trip and expenses over there?
- Can I have the contact details of your relatives in the US?
- Will you take up job offers or engage in business when you get to the US?
- Who will take care of your home and business when you are gone?
- Have you bought airline tickets or medical insurance?
General Recommendations on Documents.
- Any documents confirming the fact that you are not going to stay illegally in the US can be useful.
- Only submit originals. Photocopies are not advised.
- Do not try to falsify documents. If any sign of deception is found out, you may lose the opportunity to enter the US forever.
- It is not necessary to send documents by mail or fax if consulate employee does not require it.
- Employees of the consulate or embassy adhere to confidentiality while working with your documents.
- A decision to grant a visa will be taken by the consular employees after an interview and according to the laws of the United States.
Documents Required for US visa.
- A valid evidence of income, tax payments, possession of property or business and other assets.
- Your travel route and other information about your planned trip.
- A letter from your employer with the details of your position, salary, terms of your employment and vacation, as well as the business goal of your visit.
- Criminal/court records relating to any arrest or conviction anywhere, even if you have finished your sentence or were later forgiven.
- A medical diagnosis from a doctor interpreting the nature of your illness and the reason you need treatment in the United States.
- A letter from a medical practitioner in the United States about the readiness to treat this particular disease. They also need to include the details of the planned costs and expenses for treatment (including doctors’ fees, fees for hospitalization, and all medical expenses).
- Payment for your medical care in the US. It could be paid by you or someone else. Take a proof of financial ability from the payer. The individuals guaranteeing payment of these costs must have evidence of their ability to do so, either in the form of bank or other declarations of income.
- Proof of your job qualifications plus any university diplomas.
- Original letters from present and previous employers confirming your position and projects.
- If you are working now and receiving an H-1B visa, please take your payrolls for the current calendar year and your Federal tax returns (IRS Form 1040 and W-2) for all the years when you have worked in the United States.
- Payrolls from your current or latest place of employment.
- Personnel managers’ names and phone numbers at your current and previous jobs..
- Your CV.
- Marriage certificate for your spouse (original) and/or birth certificate for unmarried children under 21 (original).
- Confirmation from your spouse’s employer regarding his/her continued employment.
- If your spouse is working now in the United States on an H1-B visa, his/her payrolls for the current calendar year and federal tax returns (IRS Form 1040 and W-2s) for all the years when he/she has worked in the United States on the H-1B visa.
- An accepted Form I-20 from your US school or program.
- Documents confirming strong financial, social, and family connections to your home country that will oblige you to come back to your country after the conclusion of your study in the US.
- Financial and other documents supporting your application and prove that you have enough readily available funds to meet all expenses for the first year of study and that you have enough money to cover all costs while you stay in the United States. M-1 applicants must show the ability to pay education and living costs for the whole period.
- Only original copies of bank declarations, scholarship and grant letters, and so on.
- If you being financially sponsored by another person, take along with you evidence of your relationship to the sponsor, the sponsor’s latest original tax forms and the sponsor’s original bank declarations and fixed deposits.
- Documents confirming preparation for studying, school transcripts with grades, certificates of public examination, standard tests, and diplomas.
- Evidence of the student’s relation to his or her spouse and child (certificates of marriage and birth).
- It is better for family members to apply for their visas at the same time, but if the spouse and child must apply apart later, they have to take the passport and visa copies of the student visa holder with other necessary documents.
- If your sponsor is an organization, please take a certified letter confirming the amount of the financial support and the terms.
- A spouse or child should have their Form DS-2019. This form is used to get the visa necessary for the spouse or child to enter the US with you as the main holder of an exchange visitor visa, or to join you in the US later.
- It’s necessary to submit a letter from the headquarter of your company and/or a list of the sea men.
- Evidence of the ability of your employer to pay the promised salary. Note: If you apply for an A-3 or G-5 visa, you can do so only if the employer has a diplomatic counselor’s rank or below.
- Proof that your staying in the US will be temporary.
- Press card or letters of credence.
- A letter from your employer with the aim of your trip, the intended terms of your stay, the number of years you have worked with your employer and the journalism experience you have.
- Evidence of publication including samples of previous articles, if you have.