Simpler rules for US visas
United States, 30th August: Great news for many wanting to get US visas. The US immigration department has relaxed rules for US visa application process.
This was revealed by the US Consulate.
US simplifying visa rules—In a bid to woo more foreigners to come to the US, the nation is reforming US visa rules. A recent move of introduction of an interview waiver program is a step forward in this regard.
In addition, the USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) is working to cut down waiting times for issuance of US visas and for getting appointment for the visa interview. Children below seven years will no longer be required to appear for visa interviews at the US consulate.
And those making application for renewal of their US visas within a period of four years after its expiry will benefit from the new interview waiver program, reveals the US consulate.
New rules of US visas will help in making it easier for foreigners wanting to come to the US, the officials maintained.
Come to the US— Foreigners aspiring to take a trip overseas must include the US in their travel destinations list in the wake of new simple norms for getting US visas. And all those wanting to visit the US must take a decision to take a trip to the US now.
That’s because the US is removing several hindrances in the way of US visa application process to help make the visit to the US simpler and pleasant, said the consulate general at the US consulate, Katherine Dhanani. Speaking at a roadshow function organized for promotion of US tourism, Dhanani said in Hyderabad that already the waiting times have been reduced to a great extent.
Go, get your US visa now— Want to get your US visa at the earliest? Don’t tell lies. This is a vital clue for aspiring US visa applicants from the US visa officials.
If your intention for visiting the US is legitimate and you are able to convince the concerned US visa official in the visa interview about your personal details, then there are no hindrances or even delays in getting a US visa.
This becomes evident from the fact that the US issued nearly 3,08 lakh US B1/B2 visas in Indian in the fiscal year of 2011.