In a few days it will increase the price to obtain or renew the visa from the United States. The State Department documented the increases in the Federal Register on March 28, which will take effect May 30.
The prices of this increase, announced last year, were only now known. Below, all the information on how much it will cost, the requirements and the procedure to be carried out.
How much does it cost to get a visa?
- Tourist visa for business or tourism (categories B1/2 and BCC), student and exchange visas; will increase from US$160 to $185.
- Non-immigrant visas for temporary jobs (categories H, I, O, P, Q and R) will go from US$ 190 to $205.
- Visa for trader, investor or negotiation seeker in a specialized occupation (category E) will increase from US$ 205 to $315.
The most used category in Argentina, the B1 AND B2, whether it works for both tourism and business, you will only have one $25 raise.
How to process US visa?
- Select the visa category.
- Fill out the DS-160 form.
- Create an account on the US Embassy page, with the required data.
- Indicate the confirmation number of the form.
- Enter an address to receive documents.
- Pay the visa fee.
- Request an appointment.
Documents you will need
- Argentine passport.
- DS-160 form complete.
- Previous passports with US life.
- Two current photographs (4×4).
- Verify that the applicant has economic solvency.
- Details of the trip to be made.
All these data will be requested in the United States Embassy in ArgentinaIf you need more information, consult the consulate page.
What is the estimated time to receive it?
In his opinion United States Department of Statethe estimated time to get an interview non-immigrant visa AND:
- Interview with exchange students/visitors (F, M. J): 2 days.
- Temporary agency worker interview on petition (H, L, O, P, Q): 2 days.
- Student interview exemption (F, M, J): 36 days.
- Interview waiver for temporary workers on petition (H, L, O, P, Q): 36 days.
- Waiver of interview with crew and transit (C, D, C1/D): 36 days.
- Interview Waiver Visitors (B1/B2): 36 days.
- Visitor interview required (B1/B2): 308 days.
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