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					How To Secure a
Genuine USA Visa
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         Efe Imiren

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                      TABLE OF CONTENTS


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Table of Contents

USA Visa, What does it Mean to You as a Visitor?

Types Of USA Visa

81 Types of Non-Immigrant USA Visa

16 Types of Immigrant USA Visa

How to find out if you need a Visa at all

What Is Biometric Information

How To Use Your Biometric Information Knowledge to your advantage

4 Cardinal Points for qualifying to travel to the USA

9 Undisputable Requirements for applying for your Visitor (B-2) Visa

Qualifications for a Visitor (B-2) Visa

How to recognize Supporting Documents required for your Visitor (B-2)
Visa Application

List of documents most frequently presented in Most USA Visa
Applications:

6 Mandatory Supporting documents required for your Visitor (B-2) Visa


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Application

About Your Photograph

5 Hurdles You Must Cross to Obtain a USA Visitor (B-2) Visa

What to expect when you make your Visitor (B-2) Visa Application

How To Read Your USA Visa

Validity Period of Your Visitor (B-2) Visa

7 failure Proof Steps On How To Apply For Visitors (B-2) Visa

7 Visa Failure Proof Questions You must ask before attending your
interview for a Visitor (B-2) Visa

10 Documents You Must Never Leave out of Your Visa Application

6 Valuable Tips You should bear in Mind as you submit your visa
application

3 Best Ways to Approach your Visa Application

Step – by – Step Guide

To a Visitor (B-2) Visa

Guide to Booking Your Interview Appointments

Surviving the Interview Stage

Recognizing the Expiration Date of Your Visitor (B-2) Visa

Step By Step Guide To a B-2 Visa

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Live Interview with a Client 05/05/09

What To Do When You Do Not have the Required Documents for Your
Visitor (B-2) Visa

Points to Note & Parting Advice

How to Contact Me

Bonus Package 1

Bonus package 2

Bonus package 3

3 Deadly mistakes you should avoid

Your Comments

Address of the USA Embassy & Consulate in Nigeria

UBA Banks Authorized to Accept USA Visa Application Fees

Visa Guide Books Full List!




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Who Am I and Why Should You Listen to Me?

Efe Imiren is a leading Travel & Marketing Consultant, Seminar Provider,
Serial Entrepreneur, Copy Writer, talented Web Designer, and Information
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 Why you are reading this Report
Hello There. You know, obtaining this Report is a good step in ensuring
that your Visa Application sails through smoothly without the emotional
strains of rejection.

Now that you have this Report within your reach, let us look into how you
can actually obtain your visa without necessarily using the paid services
of an agent.

Here we go, enjoy your reading and ensure you grab your visa at your
next application!




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 USA Visa, What does it
Mean to You as a Visitor?
A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms (relative to
the country in focus within this Report i.e. the USA) including the
following:

It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document affixed to a
page in your passport by a USA Mission office abroad. This affixed stamp
allows international visitors to travel to the USA as long as the date on the
visa has not expired.

A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an application to
enter a given country; in this case the USA Visa stamps can only be
obtained overseas at USA Mission Offices and or embassies.

A USA visa is the actual document affixed within your passport that
allows you to gain entry the United States on the grounds of the particular
reason for which the visa was issued.

The reasons for which your visa has been issued determines your status
within the country. This means that is if you were issued a Visa based on
the fact that you told the Consular Officer in your application forms that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering the USA in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.

Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the proper
officials of the USA and it entitles you as the bearer to apply for entry into
the USA at the port of admission.

A visa is permission to apply to enter the United States. If you are not a US
Citizen, you must apply for a visa at an U.S. Embassy or Consulate in
Nigerian, when desiring to travel to the United States.

A Consular Officer decides whether you are qualified for a visa.

The visa allows a foreign citizen to travel to a port-of-entry in the United
States, such as an international airport, a seaport or at a land border
crossing. At the port-of-entry, an officer of the Department of Homeland
Security decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay.


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The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport or travel
document by a USA Consular Officer at the US Embassy Office in Nigeria
and it implies permission to enter the USA.

A visa is a form of permission for a non-citizen to travel to, enter, transit
or remain in the USA.

However; A visa does not guarantee entry into the USA. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of the USA.

Here is an extract from travel.state.gov

What is a Visa?

       Citizens of foreign countries generally need visas to enter the United States. A visa is
       permission to apply to enter the United States. It is a document which is affixed to a page in
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       your passport.
       Under U.S. law the Department of State has responsibility for issuing visas, and most visas
       are issued at one of the Department of State embassies and consulates abroad. Therefore,
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       when you want to travel to the United States, you must first apply for a visa at an American
       embassy or consulate abroad. A consular officer decides whether you are qualified for a
       visa.
       A visa doesn’t permit entry to the U.S. A visa simply indicates that your application has
       been reviewed by a U.S. consular officer at an American embassy or consulate, and that
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       the officer determined you’re eligible to travel to the port-of-entry for a specific purpose. The
       port of entry can be an international airport, a seaport or a land border crossing.
       At the port-of-entry a U.S. immigration officer of the Department of Homeland Security
       (DHS) decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay for any particular
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       visit. Only the U.S. immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter the United
       States.



If you have a valid USA visa, immigration officers will not normally refuse
you entry to the USA unless your circumstances have changed, or you
gave false information or did not tell the Consular Officer important facts
when you applied for your visa.

When you arrive in USA, an officer of the Department of Homeland
Security may ask you questions, so you are usually advised to take all
relevant documents with which you made your initial applications in
your hand luggage.




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            Types Of USA Visa
Basically there are two classes of USA Visa

      Non-Immigrant Visa
      Immigrant Visa

Each of these classes of Visa has different categories. The table below gives a
representation of Non-Immigrant Visa, clued from the website uscis.gov


                  81 Types of
                 Non-Immigrant
                    USA Visa
    S/N         Visa Class                             Visa Type
                               Foreign Government Officials
1         A-1                  Ambassador, public minister, career, diplomatic or consular
                               officer, and members of immediate family.
2         A-2                  Other foreign government official or employee, and
                               members of immediate family.
3         A-3                  Attendant, servant, or personal employee of A-1 and A-2,
                               and members of immediate family.


                               Visitors
4         B-1                  Temporary visitor for business


5         B-2                  Temporary visitor for pleasure


                               Visa Waiver Program

                               Aliens in Transit

6         C-1                  Alien in transit directly through U.S.

7         C-1D                 Combined transit and crewman visa

8         C-2                  Alien in transit to UN headquarters district under Section
                               11.(3), (4), or (5) of the Headquarters Agreement
9         C-3                  Foreign government official, members of immediate family,
                               attendant, servant, or personal employee, in transit
10        C-4                  Transit without Visa, see TWOV



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            Crewmen
11   D-1    Crewmember departing on same vessel of arrival

12   D-2    Crewmember departing by means other than vessel of
            arrival


            Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors
13   E-1    Treaty Trader, spouse and children

14   E-2    Treaty Investor, spouse and children


            Academic Students
15   F-1    Academic Student

16   F-2    Spouse or child of F-1


            For Foreign Medical Graduates (see individual
            categories H-1B, J-1, O-1, TN, E-2)

            Foreign Government Officials to International
            Organizations
17   G-1    Principal resident representative of recognized foreign
            member government to international organization, and
            members of immediate family.
18   G-2    Other representative of recognized foreign member
            government to international organization, and members of
            immediate family.
19   G-3    Representative of non-recognized or nonmember
            government to international organization, and members of
            immediate family
20   G-4    International organization officer or employee, and
            members of immediate family
21   G-5    Attendant, servant, or personal employee of G-1, G-2, G-3,
            G-4, or members of immediate family


            Temporary Workers
22   H-1B   Specialty Occupations, DOD workers, fashion models

23   H-1C   Nurses going to work for up to three years in health
            professional shortage areas
24   H-2A   Temporary Agricultural Worker

25   H-2B   Temporary worker: skilled and unskilled

26   H-3    Trainee

27   H-4    Spouse or child of H-1, H-2, H-3


            Foreign Media Representatives
28   I      Visas for foreign media representatives


            Exchange Visitors
29   J-1    Visas for exchange visitors




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30   J-2      Spouse or child of J-1


              Fiancé(e) of US Citizen
31   K-1      Fiancé(e)

32   K-2      Minor child of K-1

33   K-3      Spouse of a U.S. Citizen (LIFE Act)

34   K-4      Child of K-3 (LIFE Act)


              Intracompany Transferee
35   L-1A     Executive, managerial

36   L-1B     Specialized knowledge

37   L-2      Spouse or child of L-1


              Vocational and Language Students
38   M-1      Vocational student or other nonacademic student

39   M-2      Spouse or child of M-1


40   N-8      Parent of alien classified SK-3 "Special Immigrant"

41   N-9 "    Child of N-8, SK-1, SK-2, or SK-4 "Special Immmigrant


42   NAFTA    North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) (see TN,
              below)


              North Atlantic Treaty Organization
43   NATO-1   Principal Permanent Representative of Member State to
              NATO and resident members of official staff or immediate
              family
44   NATO-2   Other representatives of member State; Dependents of
              Member of a Force entering in accordance with the
              provisions of NATO Status-of-Forces agreement; Members
              of such a Force if issued visas
45   NATO-3   Official clerical staff accompanying Representative of
              Member State to NATO or immediate family
46   NATO-4   Official of NATO other than those qualified as NATO-1 and
              immediate family
47   NATO-5   Expert other than NATO officials qualified under NATO-4,
              employed on behalf of NATO and immediate family
48   NATO-6   Member of civilian component who is either accompanying
              a Force entering in accordance with the provisions of the
              NATO Status-of-Forces agreement; attached to an Allied
              headquarters under the protocol on the Status of
              International Military headquarters set up pursuant to the
              North Atlantic Treaty; and their dependents
49   NATO-7   Servant or personal employee of NATO-1, NATO-2, NATO-
              3, NATO-4, NATO-5, NATO-6, or immediate family


              Workers with Extraordinary Abilities
50   O-1      Extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education,
              Business, or Athletics



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51   O-2    Alien's (support) accompanying O-1

52   O-3    Spouse or child of O-1 or O-2


            Athletes and Entertainers
53   P-1    Individual or team athletes

54   P-1    Entertainment groups

55   P-2    Artists and entertainers in reciprocal Exchange programs

56   P-3    Artists and entertainers in culturally unique programs

57   P-4    Spouse or child of P-1, 2, or 3


            International Cultural Exchange Visitors
58   Q-1    International cultural exchange visitors

59   Q-2    Irish Peace Process Cultural and Training Program (Walsh
            Visas)
60   Q-3    Spouse or child of Q-2


            Religious Workers
61   R-1    Religious workers

62   R-2    Spouse or child of R-1


            Witness or Informant
63   S-5    Informant of criminal organization information

64   S-6    Informant of terrorism information


            Victims of a Severe Form of Trafficking in
            Persons
65   T-1    Victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons

66   T-2    Spouse of a victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons

67   T-3    Child of victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons

68   T-4    Parent of victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons (if
            T-1 victim is under 21 years of age)


            North American Free Trade Agreement
            (NAFTA)
69   TN     Trade visas for Canadians and Mexicans

70   TD     Spouse or child accompanying TN-


            Transit Without Visa
71   TWOV   Passenger

72   TWOV   Crew


            Victims of Certain Crimes
73   U-1    Victim of Certain Criminal Activity<   td>



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74   U-2   Spouse of U-1

75   U-3   Child of U-1

76   U-4   Parent of U-1, if U-1 is under 21 years of age


           Certain Second Preference Beneficiaries
77   V-1   Spouse of an LPR who is the principal beneficiary of a
           family-based petition (Form I-130) which was filed prior to
           December 21, 2000, and has been pending for at least
           three years
78   V-2   Child of an LPR who is the principal beneficiary of a family-
           based visa petition (Form I-130) that was filed prior to
           December 21, 2000, and has been pending for at least
           three years.
79   V-3   The derivative child of a V-1 or V-2


80         Humanitarian Parole

           Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
81   TPS   Temporary Protected Status




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             16 Types of
          Immigrant USA Visa
    S/N                    Visa Class                                Visa Type
                                                                   Family- Based
                                                                    Immigration


1         Immediate Relatives (Spouses of US citizens
          (USCs), unmarried children under 21 years of age
          of USCs, and parents of USCs
          Note: A USC must be over the age of 21 to
          petition for his/her parent
2         First Preference (Unmarried sons or daughters
          over 21 years of age of USC)
3         Second Preference (Spouses and children of
          Legal Permanent Resident, or LPR)
4         Spouses and children
5         Unmarried sons or daughters over 21 years of age
          of LPR
6         Third Preference (Married children of USC)
7         Fourth Preference (Siblings of adult USC)

                                                                 Employment-Based
                                                                   Immigration


8         EB-1                                               First Preference
                                                             Priority Workers
9         EB-2                                               Second Preference
                                                             Professionals with advanced
                                                             degrees, and persons with
                                                             exceptional ability
10        EB-3                                               Third Preference
                                                             Skilled workers,
                                                             professional and other
                                                             workers
11        EB-4                                               Fourth Preference
                                                             Certain special immigrants

12        SK-1                                               Certain Retired International
                                                             Organization Employees
13        SK-2                                               Spouse of SK-1



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14       SK-3                                        Certain Unmarried Sons or
                                                     Daughters of an
                                                     International Organization
                                                     Employee
15       SK-4                                        Certain Spouses of a
                                                     deceased International
                                                     Organization Employee
16       INV                                         Fifth Preference
         EB-5                                        Employment creation
                                                     (investors)

Now from the Visa Types you are reading above, what does this suggest to
you?

The USA has created opportunities for ANY ONE with genuine intentions to
have access to the Country.

Your Job is to know what it takes to gain entry into the USA.

This is what this book is about.

In this book however, we will concentrate on the Non-Immigrant Class of
Visa for Pleasure, Tourism, Medical Treatment - Visitor Visas (B-2).

The B2 Visa is for Pleasure, Tourism, Medical Treatment but we will focus
on Visitors for pleasure and tourism.

Brace up friends, lets go to America, God’s Own Country!

Enjoy your reading!




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How to find out if you
need a Visa at all
You will need a visa if :

    You are holding a non- USA Country national travel document or
     passport. That is if you have access to a travel document which
     does not give you the nationality or citizenship of the USA.

Bsaically, that is it. However, certain other categories of travellers may
also need entry clearance.

If you are not sure whether you need a visa please read the appropriate
guidance for the type of visa you wish to apply for

    by requesting for further information from at any of the Embassy
     Consular section in Nigeria (see website in the bonus section of this
     Report) or

    You    may     make     enquiries       by     emailing    me      at
     info@thevisasecrets.com




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           What Is Biometric
             Information
To obtain a USA Visa, you will need to provide ‘biometric’ information as
part of the visa application process.

A biometric or biometric identifier is an objective measurement of a
physical characteristic of an individual which, when captured in a
database, can be used to verify the identity or check against other entries
in the database. The best known biometric is the fingerprint, but others
include facial recognition and iris scans.

For U.S. Visas the chosen biometric identifier method is a digital photo
and electronic fingerprints. All fingers of a visa applicant are
electronically scanned in a quick, inkless process during the consular
officer's interview with the applicant. This biometric information consists
of scans of all 10 of your fingers.

You will have to go to the nearest United States Diplomatic Mission to
Nigeria; i.e. Embassy (after booking for an appointment) in person to
provide this biometric information.

Your visa applications will not be processed until you have provided the
necessary biometric information.

The finger scans are electronic so the process does not need the use any
ink, liquid or chemicals.

You will have your digital photograph taken at the same time and the
whole procedure should take no more than five minutes to complete.

You should make sure that you do not have any decoration (such as
henna), or any cuts or other markings on your fingertips before having
your finger scans.

You should also make sure that if you have any cuts and bruises on your
face, they have healed or disappeared before you have your photograph
taken.



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Digital photographs must be of your full face and you should not wear
sunglasses, a hat or any other head covering (unless you wear it for
cultural or religious reasons but the face must not be covered).

The electronic data from the ten fingerprints is stored in a database and is
made available at U.S. ports of entry to Department of Homeland Security
immigration inspectors. The electronic fingerprint data is associated with
an issued visa for verification and the privacy of the data is protected by
storage in the database.




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       How To Use Your
    Biometric Information
      Knowledge to your
         advantage
I know that once you have seen the USA on a first trip, you are likely going
to want to see the place again!

So here is how to use the Biometric Information to your advantage.

Once your Biometric Information has been recorded with the visa
authorities, and your visa granted it means that you are easily identifiable
as the person a United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e. Embassy
knows and trust.

This implies that you will not be mistaken as another person who has the
same name.

Your Biometric Information status will protect you identity theft, and, by
providing a more secure visa system, protects you from crime and
terrorism.

With your Biometric Information status, it means that a United States
Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e. Embassy can be confident about your
identity. Therefore subsequent visa applications from you will be
encouraged as a valued, regular traveller.

Infact you should be able to apply for a Premium long stay visa with
no hassles.

Biometric Information status marks you out as trusted applicant, and
means that you only have to enrol your biometric data once during the
two years.

With your Biometric Information status if your passport expires before
the visa a United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e. Embassy could

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arrange to transfer the visa into a new passport on your request. This
service may however attract a small fee.

Many United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e. Embassy are
planning that in the future, your Biometric Information should facilitate
your quick entry to any of the USA through automated entry gates.

Now, tell me, is that not one of the best things you should be aware of at
the moment?!




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4 Cardinal Points for qualifying
                         For Pleasure or Tourism
     to travel to the USA
                          on Visitor Visas (B-2).


If the purpose of your planned travel is recreational in nature, including
tourism, amusement, visits with friends or relatives, rest, medical
treatment, and activities of a fraternal, social, or service nature, then a
visitor visa (B-2) would be the appropriate type of visa for your travel.

To qualify as a Visitor to the USA for visitor visa (B-2); you must be able
to show that:

    You have a cogent reason for visiting the USA on question

    You want to visit the USA for no more than six months

    You intend to leave the USA at the end of your visit, and

    You have enough money to support yourself and live in the USA
without working or needing any help from public funds.

Basically, that’s all you need to do to qualify! It so simple, you do not need
to spend heavily on agency fees to discern!




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              9 Undisputable
            Requirements for
            applying for your
             Visitor (B-2) Visa
You will need to fill in an application form online or offline.

However Applications completed online should be printed for
submissions at the United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e.
Embassy, close to you.

A FREE Visitor (B-2) Visa Application form has been attached to the
Report, however since information changes regularly; I would advise that
you complete the most updated form by visiting the United States
Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria; i.e. Embassy website or the USA Embassy
close to you.

You will also need the following:

    An application, Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-156,
     completed and signed. The DS-156 must be the March 2006 date,
     electronic "e-form application."

    A Supplemental Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-157
     provides additional information about your travel plans.
     Submission of this completed form is required for all male
     applicants between 16-45 years of age.

    A passport valid for travel to the United States and with a validity
     date at least six months beyond the applicant's intended period of
     stay in the United States (unless country-specific agreements
     provide exemptions).

    Two passport (5cm x 5cm) photographs with full face forward
     against a white background taken within the last six months. Hair


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  must not cover the ears. No photos with dark glasses or non-
  religious, tribal, or chieftaincy head covering will be permitted.

  See the required photo format explained in chapter on ‘About Your
  Passport Photograph’

 Your passport or travel document.

 An electronic, barcoded nonimmigrant visa application form (DS-
  156), with all questions answered accurately and signed by the
  applicant, available at the website listed above or at
  evisaforms.state.gov

 (For males between the ages of 16 and 45) Form DS-157 available at
  state.gov/m/a/dir/forms/

 Visa application fee receipt from UBA Plc. This usually cannot be
  refunded, and it is normally paid  in your local currency; in this
  case Naira.

 Supporting documents relevant to your application.




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          Qualifications for a
          Visitor (B-2) Visa
B-2 Visa applicants must demonstrate to a consular officer that they
qualify for a U.S. visa according to the U.S. Immigration and Nationality
Act (INA). Section 214(b) of the INA presumes that every B-2 applicant is
an intending immigrant; thus, they must overcome this legal presumption
by demonstrating that:

     The purpose of their trip is to enter the United States solely for
      pleasure or They have made clear their true intentions in travelling
      to the United States;

     They do not intend to work while in the United States, unless they
      have been granted DHS approval for a temporary work visa;

     They plan to stay for a specific, limited period;

     They have evidence of funds to cover all expenses while in the
      United States;

     They have evidence of compelling social and economic ties abroad;
      and

     They have a residence outside the United States as well as other
      binding ties that will ensure their return abroad at the end of the
      visit.

  This topic cannot be over emphasized (in case you read it again within
  this book).

  This is because, a lot of people get refused a visa on application, simply
  because they do not follow these rules. Then these same guys go round
  ‘preaching’ to people about how HARD and DIFFICULT it is to get a
  Visa, when in the actual sense of it, they simply refused to follow the
  laid down rules.

  Don’t be a victim, follow the rules, and you will most certainly get your
  Visa.




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   How to recognize
   Supporting Documents
   required for your
   Visitor (B-2) Visa
   Application
Supporting Documents are written, typed items, usually textual records
that provide information on the arguments you have put forward in your
visa application forms.

E.g. When you are applying as a visitor who intends to go on a one week
break from work, then you would need a proof that you have been
working.

Whatever you submit as proof that you are working now becomes your
supporting document.

So, there you are! What ever would be a valid proof of your

    reasons for travelling
    ability to support yourself on the trip
    proof that your claims on the application forms are correct as at the
     time of applying

should be included in your application for your visa as a supporting
document.

You should note that every applicant's situation differs, so the USA
Embassy may not tell you which supporting documents best demonstrate
your ties.

Though supporting documents may assist you in your interview, Consular
officers rely primarily on the interview to determine your eligibility for a
visa.


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In other words, supporting documents are voluntary and of secondary
importance.


Caution: Use only valid documents. Fraud or misrepresentation can
result in a permanent visa ineligibility. If confidentiality is of concern,
the you should take the documents to the Embassy / Consulate in a sealed
envelope.

  The Embassy / Consulate will not make this information available to
    anyone and will respect the confidentiality of the information.

 List of documents most frequently presented in
            Most USA Visa Applications:
      Current proof of salary and/or income;
      Letter from employer detailing your position, salary, how long you
       have been employed with the company; the period of authorized
       vacation; and the purpose of your U.S. trip;
      Real estate lease or deeds;
      Bank savings account books or other evidence of liquid assets that
       indicate the balance in your accounts and account activity;
      Business registration and recent profit tax statement (business
       owners);
      Birth certificate and, if applicable, parents' valid visas (for
       children's applications);
      Students: a letter from your school or university indicating that you
       are registered, have paid any applicable tuition, the length of your
       program and expected graduation date;
      Where appropriate, a tour, business or conference itinerary and/or
       other information about your planned trip (this can be tentative);
      For crew: letter from company headquarters and/or seamen's book;
       and
      Marriage certificate (for spouse's application).



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 6 Mandatory Supporting
 documents required for
  your Visitor (B-2) Visa
       Application
The documents that you will need would vary depending on the type of
application you are making.

However since this Report is about the Visitor (B-2) Visa, below are the
documents you may require depending on the reason for your visit (as
at the time of compiling this Report).

You should include all the documents you can to show that you qualify
for entry to the USA as a visitor.

If you do not include all the documents, your visa application may be
refused.

As a guide, you should include:

   Your bank statements, Your payslips, and or some other evidence to
   show that you can pay for the trip and that you have enough money to
   support yourself without working or getting any help from the USAs’
   public funds

    If you are travelling with any dependants you must submit
   documents that show you can finance the trip without working or
   getting any help from the USA public funds, and

   Evidence that you intend to leave the USA at the end of your visit
   (for example, a letter from your employer).

If you are visiting family or friends you will need:



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   A letter from your sponsor (the person you are visiting) explaining
    your relationship with them and the purpose of your visit,

      and


If your sponsor will be supporting or making finance available to you
during your visit, or paying for the cost of the visit, you will need:

   Payslips, bank statements, or some other evidence to show that they
   have enough money to support you; possibly without depending on the
   Schengen Country’s public funds.

Your visa application will be refused if the Consular Officer finds that any
documents are false or fake.

NOTE: Please always make enquires about the most current list of
requirements from USA Embassy website or by visiting the USA
embassy in Nigeria.




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About Your Photograph
   The photograph for your visa application must be an unmounted,
    full face photo, as described below

   The photograph must have been taken within the last six months

   One (1) photograph must be submitted stapled or glued to the
    application DS-156



Photo Size

The photo for your visa application submitted must measure:

 2 by 2 inches (roughly 50 mm square) with the head centered in the
  frame.

 The head (measured from the top of the hair to the bottom of the
  chin) should measure between 1 inch to 1 3/8 inches (25 mm to 35
  mm) with the eye level between 1 1/8 inch to 1 3/8 inches (28 mm
  and 35 mm) from the bottom of the photo



Photo Appearance

 The photograph must be a full-face view in which the visa applicant
  is facing the camera directly. See these graphics showing the full-
  face view, and more.

 You should not look down or to either side, and your face should
  cover about 50 percent of the photo area.

 Side or angled views are NOT accepted.

 The photograph should be in colour and must be taken against a
  white or off-white background. Photos with dark, busy, or
  patterned backgrounds will not be accepted.

 In general, your head, including both face and hair, should be
  shown from the crown of the head to the tip of the chin on top and



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   bottom and from hairline side-to-side. It is preferable that ears be
   exposed.

 Head coverings and hats are only acceptable due to religious beliefs,
  and even then, may not cover any portion of the applicant's face.

 Sunglasses or other wear which detracts from the face are not
  acceptable unless required for medical reasons (an eye patch, for
  example).

 A photograph depicting you wearing a traditional facemask or veil
  that does not permit adequate identification is not acceptable.

 Photos of military, airline or other personnel wearing hats are not
  acceptable. Photographs of applicants wearing tribal, national
  costume, or other headgear not specifically religious in nature are
  not acceptable.

Digital Photos

Digitally reproduced photographs must be reproduced without
discernible pixels or dot patterns. Photocopied photographs are NOT
accepted.

Attaching the Photo to the DS-156

 Staple or glue the one photograph to the DS-156 in the designated
  space. If the photograph is stapled, staples should be placed as far
  away as possible from the applicant's face.

 Do not enclose photographs in glassine or other types of envelopes.
  The photograph must be stapled or glued properly to the DS-156 in
  the designated space.




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      5 Hurdles You Must
     Cross to Obtain a USA
       Visitor (B-2) Visa
USA Visa Applicants are required to demonstrate that they are properly
classifiable as visitors under U.S. law.

The presumption in the law is that every visitor visa applicant is an
intending immigrant.

Therefore, applicants for visitor visas must overcome this presumption
by demonstrating that:


     1. The purpose of their trip is to enter the U.S. for business, pleasure,
        or medical treatment;

     2. That they plan to remain for a specific, limited period;

     3. Evidence of funds to cover expenses in the United States;

     4. Evidence of compelling social and economic ties abroad; and

     5. That they have a residence outside the U.S. as well as other
        binding ties that will insure their return abroad at the end of the
        visit.

If you cross these five hurdles successfully, your visa is as good as granted!




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    What to expect when
    you make your Visitor
    (B-2) Visa Application
The Consular Officer will try to make a decision using your application
form and the supporting documents you have provided.

This may happen during your interview, should you be required to be
interviewed.

If this is not possible, they may keep asking you series of questions until
they are able to make a decision, positive or negative about your
application.

You should expect this; where your supporting documents are unable to
answer questions the Consular Officer might ask during the application
screening process.




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How To Read Your USA
        Visa




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   Validity Period of Your
     Visitor (B-2) Visa
At most, USA visas will be valid for two years, which means individuals
can enter and leave the United States as many times as they want in that
two-year period.

This does not mean individuals may stay two years. U.S. Customs and
Border Patrol officers at U.S. ports of entry determine the period of time
travellers may remain in the United States.

The Consular Officer may decide to make your visa valid for a shorter
time than you have asked for, for example if you are not a regular
traveller or have never visited the USA before.




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  7 failure Proof Steps On
     How To Apply For
     Visitors (B-2) Visa

Basically the steps are as simple as:

   1. Download the Visa Application Guide

   2. Read the instructions carefully

   3. Check if you meet the requirements

   4. Gather the required documents

   5. Submit the application to the appropriate Embassy or
      Consulate.

   6. If your application is approved, the visa will be issued by
      Embassy or Consulate where you applied.

   7. If your application is not approved, please attach additional
      documentation and re-submit your Visa application.
But, let me take you through a sure-fire system, of getting your visa:




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Decision Stage
   Decide on the reason for your visit to the USA e.g.
      o 3 weeks Holiday
      o 1 week rest from work
      o 1 month training
      o 3 days company sponsored workshop

What ever your reasons, ensure they are Legitimate, Genuine and they are
reasons that are in support of your life activities or style.

Itinerary Planning
   Determine what your itinerary for the visit will be and type it out
    neatly

     Your itinerary is your printed travel plan. It is the written details of
     your travel arrangements in the form of dates, times and
     destinations

     If you are booking through a travel agency, the itinerary typically
     will include air, hotel and car reservations.




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Visa Application Forms
  Download the Relevant US Visa Application form

   Note: these forms are updated regularly; therefore you are
   required to ensure that you have completed the most updated
   copy by confirming from the relevant USA Travel / Website.

  Read carefully the guidelines on the form and the Visitor form
   guidance notes

  Complete and sign the form in accordance with the guidelines on
   the form and Visitor form guidance notes

Visa Supporting Documents
  Assemble your Visa supporting documents

  Pay your Visa fees: As at the time of compiling this Report, the
   designated banks for collecting USA visa fees in Nigeria is UBA

       If your application is refused, the fee is not refundable. If you
        are travelling with dependants, they are charged the same fee
        as you the main applicant.

      o Visa fees can be paid either at the time of application at one of
        the designated Bank, in advance at a designated Bank
        branches nation wide.

Biometric Information Test
  Take the slips or acknowledgement document issued to you by the
   bank, your application forms and Visa supporting documents to the
   embassy for submission, interview (where requested) and
   Biometric Information Test.

Ensure that your documents are Genuine
  Fake documents will only land you in trouble with the authorities
   and your future applications may be blacklisted So avoid it.

Ensure that letter headed papers have working
phone numbers are email addressed

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  The Consular Officer treating your case may decide to verify your
   claims by checking with the listed numbers or emails on the
   letterheads and application forms you submitted

  Therefore it is advisable to check and make sure these
   communication channels are functioning

  Confirm that the appropriate persons will be readily available to
   attend to any enquiries

  Where possible inform such persons that they should expect
   enquiries from the Consular Officer


Ensure that your forms and documents are duely
signed by you or appropriate persons
  Unsigned documents imply that no one is taking responsibilities for
   the claims on the documents or forms

  Therefore, it is advisable to double check to see that your forms and
   documents are signed in the right places


Go over the documents and application forms to
    ensure that your have left nothing / no
           supporting document out
  In my opinion, you cannot be too careful
  Therefore, review your documents again and again before
   submission and or interview (where requested)




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     7 Visa Failure Proof Questions You
       must ask before attending your
      interview for a Visitor (B-2) Visa
   Asking the right questions helps you to direct your thinking and
   actions toward your desired results; in this case obtaining the visa
   you urgently need to travel to the USA.

   Therefore before you dare to submit your application forms and
   supporting documents, you MUST ask yourself and a trusted
   friend/colleague/relative the following questions and be able to
   genuinely give and get an answer in the affirmative.

   The questions include:

    Ask your self, if you would give yourself the visa, if you were the
     Consular Officer reviewing the application forms

    Ask your self if you would understand the reasons for applications


    Ask yourself If you satisfy the 4 cardinal points for qualifying as a
     visitor

    Ask yourself if you have appropriately included proofs to show that
     you satisfy the 4 cardinal points

    Does my claims in my application form or supporting documents
     appear or sound fake, untrue, unrealistic and out of place with my
     life activities and style

    Do I sound too desperate to get the Visa

    Have I proven to the Entry Clearance Officer that I will return at the
     end of my short visit

If you are able to give the correct answers to these questions, then you
are on your way to obtaining your genuine and guaranteed USA Visa




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10 Documents You Must Never
    Leave out of Your Visa
         Application
Evidence that you intend to leave the USA at the end of your visit
(for example, a letter from your employer). A signed letter from your
boss; on your company letter head to confirm that you work with your
organization, you have been granted permission to go on one week
leave with effect from e.g April 2, 2010 and that you are expected to
return to the country (Nigeria) to resume your duties after your
holiday

Your letter of employment or contract of employment with your
 organization stating the date you were employed or promoted to
 your current position, relevant information as should be contained
 in an employment contract letter

Your Bank statements, payslip any other evidence to show that you
 can pay for the trip and that you have enough money to support
 yourself without working or getting any help from public funds.

  (Do you know it is possible to earn fraud-free money in USA
  while on your Short visit? Send me a mail at
  consultantefe@gmail.com requesting for details.)

Letter from your bank confirming you are the certified owner of
 your bank account

Your Tax Clearance Documents; from the tax office stating that you
 are a consistent tax payer with evidence to prove it

Note: this Report is prepared to show you a step by step guide
 for your visa application; therefore we assume you are not
 travelling with any dependents.

  You will have to seek for further information from the embassy
  if you have a dependant travelling with you.

  Alternatively you may send a mail to info@thevisasecrets.com


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  Receipts showing you have booked and paid for your hotel
   accommodation

  Evidence that your hotel accommodation has been reserved for you

  You may want to provide evidence to show how you will get to your
   hotel room from the airport

     This may be in the form of a receipt showing that you have
     arranged with the hotel for a pick up service from the airport

A signed letter from you addressed to the USA Embassy      stating

        o   Who you are
        o   What you do for a living
        o   Why you are applying for a visa
        o   The duration of your intended visit
        o   The venue of your accommodation
        o   The total cost of your trip
        o   How you intend to pay for the trip
        o   When you intend to leave Nigeria for the USA
        o   When you intend to return to Nigeria from the USA
        o   Any other information you think you would like to bring to
            the notice of the Embassy that will help the Consular Officer
            in his / her decisions.


  A typed list of things you will be doing while at the USA e.g

        o Teusday13th April 2010 ---
             10am – 12noon : Visit the White House

               12noon – 1pm:      lunch at The Brasserie Roux

               1pm – 4pm:      rest and read a book in my Sofitel St.
                James Washington hotel room

               4pm – 6pm: Spa and Relaxation

               6pm – 7pm: Dinning at The Brasserie Roux



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                9pm – 12am: St James Bar

                12am – 9am: Retire to my hotel room

Then you go on to type your list of itinerary for the other days you will be
in the USA.

Personally I think when you type your itinerary with Microsoft Excel; it
enables you to present a neater and more organized plan.

You can email me at info@thevisasecrets.com to request for a
professional trip planning service.




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    6 Valuable Tips You
    should bear in Mind
 as you submit your visa application
 It is advisable to submit original documents to help the Consular
  Officer in his / her decisions and during your interview.

  However, confirm if these originals will be safe by asking before
  submission and make copies for your keeps before submitting.

 Arrange you documents in understandable and sequential order
  such that there is a natural communication flow as the Consular
  Officer goes through your application forms

 That is; arrange your documents to form a sort of conversation that
  flows from the beginning to the end. Do this in such a way that the
  Consular Officer is able to understand why you have included each
  document

 You may even use stick-on notes for clarity; however ensure that
  your writing is legible

 The list above serves as a guide as you will need to remember that
  it is required of you as a USA Visa Applicant to

     o submit any other evidence to show that you can pay for the
       trip

     o that you have enough money to support yourself without
       working or getting any help from public funds

     o and that you intend to leave the USA at the end of your visit




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 Submit Genuine Documents! Hear what the British High
  Commission published on this issue :

    o The British High Commission visa operations in Abuja and
      Lagos are increasing their efforts to ensure that those
      individuals who submit forged documents in support of their
      visa applications are handed over to the Nigerian Police.

      The submission of forged documents as part of the visa
      application process is a criminal offence under the Nigerian
      Criminal Code and can lead to arrest and prosecution.

      Applications will be even more carefully scrutinised and
      comprehensive enquiries will be carried out to check the
      authenticity of documents submitted to support them. This
      includes bank statements, income tax certificates, invitation
      letters, employment letters, passport copies etc. The High
      Commission and the Nigerian Police are determined to stamp
      out the use of forged documents in support of UK visa
      applications. The High Commission will report to the Police
      cases where forged or stolen documents have been used, and
      will co-operate fully with subsequent investigations.

      The High Commission enjoys an excellent working
      relationship with the Nigerian Police and this co-operation
      has resulted in many successful prosecutions. We also work
      closely with banks, the Board of Internal Revenue and other
      authorities in matters relating to the production of forged
      documents. If a conviction results, the penalties involved are
      severe and can include imprisonment.

      The High Commission urges all its visa customers to think
      very carefully before submitting their applications. If
      individuals are not absolutely sure of the authenticity of
      documents, they should not submit them. The penalties are
      too great.

      Beware of touts soliciting money for visas. If you are
      approached by touts for any purpose, please inform the local
      police, or a member of the High Commission staff.



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My point is, if the British High Commission is taking such a strong stand
about fake documentations, you can imagine the stand of other Countries
consisting of the developed world.

Fake documents only land you in deeper trouble, instead, be patient to
gather genuine documentations for your applications.




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    3 Best Ways to Approach your Visa
               Application
                      Common Sense Approach to
                      USA (B-2) Visa Application

The best approach to take when applying for a visa is to use common
sense approach:

 Allow enough time. It is suggested that you apply at least eight weeks
  before you plan to travel and do not purchase air tickets prior to the
  visa being issued.

 Submit the right documents when you lodge your application.
  Check that you have at least everything on our list.

 Give full and honest answers to any question asked during your
  interview.




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                Step – by – Step Guide
                To a Visitor (B-2) Visa

So you have decided to want to travel to the USA, cool! These are the
steps to follow to obtain your Visa:

   1. Evaluate the Reasons for your travel – as in does it make sense to
      you or the Consular Officer?

   2. Gather, Put together and arrange your supporting documents (see
      all the sections on supporting documents)

   3. Make arrangements for your accommodation, feeding and expenses

   4. Get to the relevant UBA Bank to pay your visa fees (see list of banks
      at the end of this book)

   5. Book your Interview Appointment (see section on Booking your
      appointment)

   6. Attend Your Interview (see section on Surviving the Interview stage)

   7. Obtain Your Visa (you’ll be asked to pick it in 2 days, it is usually
      rare to get it the same day; but you may be lucky! And if you are
      refused God forbid! You get back your passport)

   8. Learn to interpret your visa (see how to interpret your visa section)

   You are practically done, congratulations; you now have your visa!




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      Guide to Booking Your Interview
               Appointments
To schedule an appointment, follow these steps. As an applicant, you will
need to schedule an appointment.

1. Go to the VFS Global website for the U.S. Mission to Nigeria at
www.usa-vfsglobal-ng.com.

2. Click on the "How do I Apply for a Nonimmigrant Visa" link on the
left side of the screen. There you will find detailed instructions on how to
schedule, reschedule or cancel an appointment, as well as how to pay
application fees and complete the visa application form(s).

3. Use the above website to request an appointment in either Abuja or
Lagos. You will have an opportunity to indicate where you would like to
apply.

4. Choose an appointment date and time that is available, and fill out the
required information. Enter your Surname and all your Given Names
exactly as they appear in your passport. Enter your passport number
exactly as it appears in your passport, with no extra spaces. Provide an e-
mail address and telephone number (so Embassy or Consulate staff can
reach you in case of emergency). PLEASE NOTE: You will only be
allowed to attend your interview with the passport bearing the
number entered here AND if your name exactly matches the name in
your passport. You may only schedule one appointment per passport
number.

5. You are now finished.

Note: Due to security considerations, there is no information window for
walk-in visitors at the Embassy / Consulate. Only those with scheduled
interviews will be admitted to the consular section.

All official facilities are mandated to use access control procedures for all
visitors and their handbags and packages. No luggage, electronic or
photographic equipment is permitted in the Embassy / Consulate and the
VFS premises.




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          Surviving the Interview Stage
This stage is a very shifty stage for a lot of applicants.

The four keys required for a successful interview includes:

Confidence: Don’t be intimidated by any body. As long as you have used
genuine documents and have valid reasons acceptable by the law for you
to travel, then you should not be intimidated by any officer interviewing
you.

At the interview, look into the eyes of your interviewer with confidence,
but do not get into a staring contest. Don’t be shifty, if you are not
comfortable looking into the eyes of the officer interviewing you, then
rest your eyes on their lips, forehead or slightly above the nose

What ever you do, be confident with your answers.

Honesty: Friend, no matter how confident you are, if you are submitting
fake documents, that will reduce your level of confidence which will be
apparent to the officer interviewing you.

Be honest with your papers. It is better to explain why you do not have a
certain document than for you to submit fake papers.

Honest and genuine documents boost your confidence level and you can
question officers who decide to treat your applications without regards to
the laid down application rules.

Knowledge: Know your facts. You know why you are travelling, you have
completed the application form, so do not be afraid of giving the answers
when you are asked.

Be Organized: This is the pitfall of some applicants. You need to organize
your documents in a format that enables a conversation flow.

Arrange your supporting documents in understandable format with stick
on notes to label items that you want officers to pick out immediately.

Put your documents in a neat file jacket so that when you are being
interviewed you can pull them out neatly to support your answers, this
leaves officers with the impression that you know what you are doing,
which in turn helps with your visa application assessment.




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 Recognizing the Expiration Date of
      Your Visitor (B-2) Visa

Your Visa usually has an expiration date and this will be stated on your
passport.

When you receive your visa, always check for the expiration date so
you do not stay beyond that date.

You can recognize your visa expiration date from the image below:




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Step By Step Guide To a B-2 Visa
         Live Interview with a Client 05/05/09


serviceforts (08:28:21): Hi
serviceforts (08:28:29): How are you today?
client (08:29:13): i'm doing great
serviceforts (08:35:39): ehen o..ur last trip round d world it included
USA?
client (08:40:04): yes now
client (08:40:22): in fact i just got back from another one
client (08:40:38): went to london and touched down in usa
serviceforts (08:40:57): May i ask a few quest?
serviceforts (08:41:47): during your visa application to the usa what
was your reason for traveling?
client (08:42:45): pls go ahead nd satisfy ur curiosity
client (08:42:47): vacation
serviceforts (08:43:34): vacation?..
serviceforts (08:43:42): did u book a tour or something?
client (08:44:22): nooh
serviceforts (08:44:35): ok so what did u do?
client (08:45:23): i just googled and checked for tourist places
serviceforts (08:46:32): what class of visa did u get - B1/2?
client (08:46:45): yeah
client (08:50:30): b2
serviceforts (08:51:27): were u given the visa at ur interview / or told
to come back for it?
client (08:51:56): i was asked to come pick it up after 2 days
client (08:52:11): u rarely get it on same day
client (08:52:42): and if u are denied visa you go back with ur passport
serviceforts (08:53:21): interesting..




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serviceforts (08:53:32): telme about your experience during the
interview
serviceforts (08:53:40): did u book ur interview online?
client (08:53:48): yes
serviceforts (08:53:54): how long did u have to wait for ur turn?
client (08:54:23): how do u mean
serviceforts (08:55:28): as in, when u got to the
consulate/embassy..did u have to wait for hours before ur turn for an
interview and was the place rowdy?
client (08:56:07): well the place is controlled
client (08:56:11): it is first come first serve
client (08:56:47): i didn't have to wait so long becos i got there pretty
early
serviceforts (08:56:59): as early as?
client (08:57:44): my interview was scheduled for 7am and i got there
6.30 am
serviceforts (08:57:54): wow! dats pretty early
serviceforts (08:57:56): wat relevant documents did u submit?
client (08:58:38): none
client (08:58:47): they didn't ask to see anything
serviceforts (08:59:05): Haha?
serviceforts (08:59:09): how come?
client (08:59:36): it was just the application form
serviceforts (09:01:38): ok..telme what exactly happened when u got
to the embassy - step by step
client (09:01:47): nothing now
client (09:02:29): i got there we qued up as we came and we got called
one by one for our interviews and it was an open session
serviceforts (09:02:47): wat du mean by open session?
client (09:03:16): asked about u and y u are visiting
client (09:03:16): that was all
client (09:04:32): the interview was not in a closed room it was over a
counter
client (09:04:32): so everybody around will hear ur conversation
serviceforts (09:06:42): what questions did they ask u and wat were ur
ans?
serviceforts (09:12:35): Hello



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serviceforts (09:15:38): Just got a few more questions and i'll let u
alone for d day..
client (09:25:48): i left my desk
client (09:26:19): well they just asked me y i was travelling and who
i'll be staying with
client (09:26:52): where do i work and how much do i earn
client (09:26:59): and that was it
client (09:27:02): so short
serviceforts (09:27:24): ok..interesting
serviceforts (09:27:25): did u stay at family/friends or hotel?
client (09:28:33): family
serviceforts (09:28:47): was dat wat u told them at d interview?
client (09:29:04): yes
client (09:29:10): said at my cousins
serviceforts (09:29:31): when u were asked y u were traveling wat
was ur response?
client (09:30:44): said VACATION
serviceforts (09:30:59): did u have any IV letter from ur cousin?
client (09:31:53): yes
client (09:31:56): but they didn't ask to see it
client (09:32:03): so it is not important
client (09:32:17): you can go to the embassy without any paper
serviceforts (09:32:23): really?
serviceforts (09:32:32): Y do u say so?
client (09:32:33): they don't ask to see any document
client (09:32:51): they only speak with you and ur application form
serviceforts (09:33:09): really?..so how do they determine that u are
genuine?
client (09:33:56): from speaking with u they are pschologists
serviceforts (09:34:03): gr8
serviceforts (09:34:05):
How many years were u given as a 1st time visitor?
client (09:34:23): all they need is u have a valid job to return to
serviceforts (09:34:32): thats interesting




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client (09:34:48): and u have a good travel history
serviceforts (09:35:05): what was ur travel history?
client (09:35:33): i've been to ghana,london and sa
client (09:35:52): and i had a valid uk visa
client (09:36:24): but that doesn't matter cos i had other friends that
went and didn't have as much and they were given
client (09:36:53): infact they were given 2yrs multiple
serviceforts (09:37:29): wow! Big Babe and u talking about crunch
while pulling ur wieght round d world!
serviceforts (09:37:33): How many years were u given as a 1st time
visitor?
serviceforts (09:38:50): How many years were u given as a 1st time
visitor?
client (09:42:11): 2yrs multiple
serviceforts (09:42:22): Fnatastic
serviceforts (09:42:28): what time of the year did u submit ur
application?
serviceforts (09:49:31): when did u apply for your visa?..as in month
and year?
serviceforts (11:09:57): what time of the year did u submit ur
application?
serviceforts (11:10:02): when did u apply for your visa?..as in month
and year?
client (11:10:37): i pplied last year around oct
serviceforts (11:14:08): can u give a rof estimate of d cost of ur trip?
which state did u visit?
client (11:14:46): i went to texas
client (11:14:59): it was about 500k
serviceforts (11:15:15): plus rtn ticket?
client (11:15:18): ticket and pckmoney
serviceforts (11:15:36): was d 500k 2 USA only
serviceforts (11:15:43): or u plus uk and france?
client (11:16:34): US only
serviceforts (11:16:42): cool
serviceforts (11:52:00): and thank u for answering my questions
patiently


My advise is that you patiently go through the interview again to
see what tips you can glean to help you with your iinterview and
visa application.


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        What To Do When You Do Not have
        the Required Documents for Your
                Visitor (B-2) Visa

Plan.

Yes, you read that right, PLAN.

Never be in a hurry to obtain a visa. If you have read through and find out
that you do not immediately have the required travel documents or the
qualifications of a traveller, then what you need to do is

    Take time to plan your trip
    Take time to build a presentable reputation for a traveller
    Keep records and take time to gather the documents required of
     you
    Take time to Build a lifestyle that supports your application

Once you are patient enough to build a travellers’ reputation and gather
the documents along the way, you should have no problems with your
visa application.




Points to Note & Parting Advice
Please, do not submit fake documents for your applications, this only complicates
matters for you. If you do not have the required documents, take time to gather it
from the relevant genuine sources.

Go over this report again; apply the strategies step by step, you should have not
problems with your applications.

I wish you the best in your application.




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  3 Deadly mistakes you
      should avoid
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            Address of the USA Embassy &
                Consolate in Nigeria

Locations

   1. U.S. Embassy

      Abuja
      U.S. Embassy Abuja
      Plot 1075 Diplomatic Drive,
      Central Business District,
      Abuja, FCT, Nigeria
      Email: ConsularAbuja@state.gov
      Website address: http://nigeria.usembassy.gov/
      Business Hours:
      0730 a.m.-1630 p.m., Monday - Thursday and 0730 a.m.-1330 p.m. on Friday
      except declared Nigerian and U.S. Embassy holidays.

   2. U.S. Consulate

      Lagos
      U.S. Consulate General Lagos Office
      2 Walter Carrington Crescent,
      Victoria Island,
      Nigeria
      Email: lagoscons2@state.gov
      Website Address: http://nigeria.usembassy.gov/
      Business Hours:
      0700 a.m.-1600 p.m., Monday - Thursday and 0700 a.m.-1300 p.m. on Friday
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   UBA Banks Authorized to Accept USA
         Visa Application Fees
Locations

UBA Plc Branches

Working Hours/Day
Monday - 0800hrs to 1600hrs excluding holidays observed by UBA Plc
Friday:


Sr.No.            Business Office                        Address
                                      Lagos
  1.     Aboyade Cole Branch          33, Bishop Aboyade Street, V/Island, Lagos
  2.     Oyin Jolayemi Branch         Plot 1662 Oyin Jolayemi, V/Island, Lagos
         Mobolaji Bank Anthony        22, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Maryland,
  3.
         Branch                       Lagos
         International Airport Road   62/64, Muritala Mohammed Int'l Airport Road,
  4.
         Branch                       Lagos
  5.     Oba Akran Branch             24, Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos
  6.     55 Marina Branch             55, Marina, Lagos
  7.     12/14 Broad Street Branch    12/14 Broad Street, Lagos
                                      23rd Road, By 72nd Junction, Festac Town,
  8.     23rd Road Festac Branch
                                      Lagos
  9.     Akin Adesola, Vi, Lagos      11b, Akin Adesola V/Island
 10.     Warehouse Road Apapa         46, Warehouse Road, Apapa Lagos
 11.     Idowu Taylor                 22b, Idowu Taylor, Victoria Island, Lagos
                                      Abuja
 12.     Asokoro Branch               No.1 Julius Nyerere St. Asokoro - Abuja
                                      Transcorp Hilton (Former Nicon Hilton),
 13.     Transcorp Hilton Branch
                                      Maitama - Abuja
         Kaura Namoda, Abuja Main
 14.                                  39 Faskari Crescent, Area 3 Garki Abuja
         Branch
 15.     Garki 2                      Plot 1347 Ahmadu Bello Way, Garki 2 Abuja
 16.     Wuse 2                       52 Adetokunbo Ademola Cresc Wuse 2 Abuja
                                      Port Harcourt, Rivers State
 17.     Olu Obasanjo Branch          Plot 202, Olu Obasanjo Way, Port Harcourt
 18.     Ph Main Branch               Azikiwe Road, Port Harcourt
                                      Ibadan, Oyo State
 19.     Ibadan                       5, Lebabnon Street, Dugbe, Ibadan
                                      Benin, Edo State


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20.   Akakpava, Benin              4, Akpakpava Street, Benin City
                                   Calabar, Cross Rivers State
21.   Calabar Road                 15, Calabar Road, Calabar
                                   Enugu, Enugu State
22.   Enugu Main                   10, Station Road, Off Okpara Avenue, Enugu
                                   Owerri, Imo State
23.   Owerri                       4, Mbari Road, Owerri
                                   Onitsha, Anambra State
24.   Onitsha New Market Road      40, New Market Road, Onitsha
                                   Kaduna, Kaduna State
25.   Kaduna                       A1, Ahmadu Bello Way, Kaduna
                                   Kano, Kano State
26.   Kano                         14b, Bello Road,Kano
                                   Jos, Plateau State
27.   Uba Beach-Bank Street, Jos   16/17 Beach Rd




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