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Can you get a US visa if bankrupt?
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Because unless you are from a country that is in the VWP, a visa is required to enter the country
A visa to travel to the U.S. is a privilege granted by the U.S. government to a foreigner, it is not a right. The government presumes ALL applicants have intent to immigrate t…o the U.S., so the applicant has to show that he is likely to return to their home country, to the satisfaction of the consular official. There is no appeal for a denial, no higher ups to contact, no courts to hear you case- they have ABSOLUTE discretion. Therefore, because of the presumption of immigration, and because most of the people applying for visas are from poor countries (i.e. non western Europe, Canada, Japan, Korea, Australia, and NZ) the denial rate is high. This is why citizens from the above mentioned countries are allowed to enter the U.S. without visas, because those countries have the same high standard of living- making it more likely than not that those visitors will return to their countries. All other applicants have a high hurdle. The consular official will look to see if you have sufficient local ties to your home country. Owning property, family life, level of education, having bank accounts, a good job/income will be taken into consideration. For example, an Indian applicant that is illiterate, is unemployed, is single, owns no property, and has a large number of family members in the U.S. is likely to get denied a visa. But if you have an Indian that is highly educated, is married with children, has high income, owns various properties, a prestigious job, and has most of his family in India is likely to get approved. The above discussion dealt with tourist visas, a work visa is not that difficult to get IF you are highly educated, skilled, and there is a demand for those skills (i.e. you have a willing employer). An investor visa is also easily available, as the government welcomes foreign investment to the local economy (requires an investment of $1 million USD- though in some economically depressed areas a visa will be granted based on a $500,000 USD investment.
Filing for a U.S. visa can take anywhere from a few weeks to years, depending on the type of visa you want, your status in relation to the United States, and how successfully …you complete the paperwork. Though no applicant can be guaranteed a visa,
Usually validity period of different visas are different. In case you get a visa valid for 10 years, till the last date of its validity you can make your trip. Further if you …do not use it you need to apply for a new one.
First, you need to identify what is your visa requirement. Like, ifyou're visiting the US just for fun and pleasure you need to applyfor a B2 visa which is a tourist visa. Or …if you're going on atemporary business related tour, then apply for a B1 visa which isa Business visa. And, when going to work in the US permanently, youneed to get the H1B visa. There are many more options, so firstidentify the type of visa you require. To get US visa, further,you'll have to fulfill some primary conditions. Like, you must havea valid passport, submit the application form, pay the fee, appearfor the interview and then wait for the approval. The process takesa little time for visa approval. Mainly processing is done within60 days of the visa interview. For more information, you can visitPath2USA.com. I personally prefer this site for guidance.
Executive Summary - There are now 10 states in the USA that are insolvent and expected to file for bankruptcy in the fairly immediate future (2010). Which 10 States - Californ…ia, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island and Wisconsin. These 10 states account for over one third of the USA population and this is significant. Think of it is more then 33% of the USA going bankrupt. Other States on the Endangered Species List - Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, New York and Hawaii. These states are in bad shape and can easily get pushed over into bankruptcy.
Fingerprints are considered a major source of identification. In securing a United States Visa, fingerprints are required. The standard prints were thumb and forefinger, how…ever, many have been ten-printed, which means all ten fingers have been printed.
Temporary nonimmigrant visitor for business purposes.
Depending on the purpose of your visit the visa type varies from A to Z . For example if you need B-1 visa. The process of applying for a B1 visa involves careful preparation.… It is important to present an error free application the first time, since it becomes very difficult, if not impossible, to successfully obtain a B-1 visa if you have previously been denied a visa. Errors on the B1 visa application process can make you permanently ineligible to visit the U.S. pursuant to a valid visa.For student visa F-1 you need to apply to study in a university and get Form I-20. With that you apply for visa and get Form I-94 in US. For fiancee visa the eligible US citizen should petition for K-1 using Form I-129F. So procedure differs for each visa. If you are in Britain, you can apply on line and pay on line, you get a reference number to put with your passport..and yes it must be error free
Yes, you still need a Visa because you are entering an entirely new country. The options however, depend on your citizenship.
A ten print means that you have had prints taken of all ten of your fingers, opposed to just two.
First of all, you have to make sure there is no "subject to 2 years" condition on your J-1 visa. This condition applies when you are on program that sponsored by either …US government or government of your country. If there is no condition applies, you need to find US employer who is willing to hire you and sponsor your employment visa. The employer will be the one who processes the visa application for you. You cannot convert J-1 to H1, you need to return to your country to get visa stamped in your passport.
Because this question is listed in the "credit and debit card" section, it's implied we are talking about a Visa card. You do capitalize "Visa" because it's a proper noun. If …you were talking about a "visa" - a pass to get into another country, for instance - you do not need to capitalize, though SOME writers do capitalize when it's combined with the country's name or initials, such as "US Visa."
Please check the Related Links below for the US website that explains about visa(s). Good luck! http://www.unitedstatesvisas.gov/
Can't have one side without the other. Sol that would mean you would be both applying for the Mtg., and it's probably better to keep the BK credit/party away. Especially… in todays market of complete aversion to "subprime" lending...which having a BK involved would likely make it.