A B-1 or B-2 visa is a temporary non-immigrant visa for when you want to temporarily enter the United States for a certain length of time and return to your own country after. Often, these visas are given to individuals seeking medical treatment, tourists, business visitors, international students, international athletes, and others. However, there is a difference between a B-1 and B-2 visa.
The difference between a B-1 and a B-2 visa is that a B-1 visa is given to individuals who want to come to the United States for educational, professional, or business purposes. B-2 visas are given to people who want to come to the United States for pleasure or for short-term medical treatment.
Whether you are looking to participate in job training, attend a conference or lecture, tour North America, or participate in a number of other short-term trip objectives, these visas are likely for you.
- You must prove you have a permanent residence in your home country
- You must prove you have strong business or family ties that would compel you to return
- You must prove you have sufficient finances to sustain your time in the United States
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