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Availability : Jan 2’ - Dec 24’
Argentina
Argentina
Min Age : 18+
Max People : 16
Visa Details
Business Visa is a non-immigrant visa to the USA. It is called B1 visa. Those who would like to travel to the U.S. for a short duration for business-related reasons that do not require actual labor work or receiving payment from a U.S. source can apply for a business visa.
Citizens of certain countries can travel to the U.S. for a duration up to 90 days under the
visa waiver program
and therefore do not need to apply for a business visa.
A business visa is appropriate for a variety of business-related activities such as attending a conference, business meetings and several other purposes, but not for conducting business. Look at the comprehensive list of
on a business visa.
permissible and prohibited activities
You should apply for a visa as soon as possible, before the travel date. If the conference is scientific in nature, or the applicant has a scientific background, the visa application should be made no later than 90 days in advance of the travel. Wait timings vary by the consulates and some consulates may require more time. Additional delays may be caused by security clearances or administrative processing that may be needed after the interview in some cases. You should plan your travel well in advance and you should not purchase air tickets until you have received your visa. No matter how strong your case is, you should not automatically assume that you will get the visa.You should apply for a visa as soon as possible, and no later than 60 days before the travel date. If the conference is scientific in nature, or the applicant has a scientific background, the visa application should be made no later than 90 days in advance of the travel. Wait timings vary by the consulates and some consulates may require more time. Additional delays may be caused by security clearances or administrative processing that may be needed after the interview in some cases. You should plan your travel well in advance and you should not purchase air tickets until you have received your visa. No matter how strong your case is, you should not automatically assume that you will get the visa.
Business Executive Program (BEP) for certain large and established companies that send a lot of employees on business visas has been retired as of April 1, 2015.
visa stamp vs. authorized duration
The length of your visa stamp allows you to enter the U.S. at any time within that duration. However, the actual duration of your stay during a particular visit is determined by the date stamped in the passport at the port of entry by the immigration officer. Read more details
. Just because you get a ten-year visa, it does not mean you can stay in the U.S. for ten years.
There are no annual quotas for a business visa. In most cases, you get a joint B1/B2 visa.
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