B-1/B-2 Visitor Visa Denial

Visitor visas are non-immigrant visas for individuals who want to enter the United States temporarily for the purposes of business (B-1 visa); tourism, pleasure, or visiting (B-2 visa); or a combination of both (B1/B2 visa).

Although visitor visas are very popular, they are quite hard to obtain. We have many clients who come to our firm for help when they have been denied a visitor visa, sometimes multiple times, and don’t know why.

There are many reasons that a visitor visa can be denied; however, two of the most common are (1) incomplete applications and (2) not showing strong enough ties with your home country.

Showing strong ties to your home country

Showing strong ties to your home country is vital in obtaining a visitor visa. Evidence of “strong ties” can be documented in various ways. Some of the most common pieces of evidence submitted are:

>mortgages
>leases
>utility bills (gas, electricity, cable, internet)
>employment letter
>insurance (home, car)

Young adults are sometimes at a disadvantage when it comes to proving strong ties since they most likely have not firmly established themselves within their home country (i.e. purchasing a home or being employed for a considerable time by the same employer).

How can an immigration lawyer help?

Consulting with an immigration lawyer can help you navigate the visitor visa application process. Immigration lawyers can assist you in producing the most detailed and complete application, while making sure that you are prepared for the interview by reviewing the entire application with you, explaining every step, and providing advice on the kind of supporting evidence you will need.

Do you need assistance with your immigration case?

Elkhalil Law is here to help you with your immigration case. We offer in-person, over the phone, and Skype consultations. Contact us today so that we can discuss your case!

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Disclaimer: Nothing in relation to the enclosed information should be construed and or considered as legal advice for any individual, entity, case, or situation. The following information is prepared for advertisement use only. The information is intended ONLY to be general and should not be relied upon for any specific situation. For legal advice on your specific situation, we encourage you to consult an attorney experienced in the area of Immigration Law.