10 Tips for USA Tourist B2 Visa Interview (Part 1) | Immigration Lawyer in New York (2019)

hi friends how do you actually get approved for the b2 visitor’s visa in this day and age when things have become so much harder in the world of immigration how do you make it happen whether it’s for you you’re outside of the country and you’re applying for a visa or you’ve applied and you are denied or you may have a relative or a friend in another country who wants to come here but they are afraid they don’t know how to do it or perhaps you might be preparing yourself right this very minute to go on your interview so watch this video to get my 10 tips on how to be approved for your b2 visa [Music] Friends thanks for watching this important video I say that it’s important because immigration is important it brings people together and so we’re going to dive right into my 10 tips on how to be approved for this visitor’s visa b2 can be very tricky very very tricky because a lot of discretion is at the hands of the officer at the Embassy the US Embassy that is interviewing the person so you’ve got to know that a lot of the decision making power really rests right there with that individual so you have to be aware of some strategies that can increase your chance of being approved that day when you go in for your very important interview to get a visa to come to the United States of America we’re gonna dive right in I wrote a wonderful guide a wonderful guide in which I’m going to put the link to in the description box that talks about my tips on how to be approved for the b2 visa so after this video download my free guide on how to be approved for the b2 visa here’s tip number one tip number one be honest why do I start that way I start this way because people lie people lie all the time but when it comes on to immigration friends you should not lie to the government to the US government you may be saying to yourself well if I lie about this fact it’s going to increase my chances of being approved because if they knew about this thing there’s no way there’s no way I would get the visa and friends let me say this the US government has various tools right data they know how to find information about you and so they have data sources that we know about and sources that we don’t know about so don’t lie on your visa application about a fact don’t don’t don’t hide children or spouses don’t hide your family relationships don’t lie about that because those types of things eventually catches up with you tip number one be honest on your visa application do not lie tip number two understand immigrant intent what is immigrant intent it means what is it that you are thinking what are you planning on doing with your visa once you get it are you planning on coming to the United States permanently or are you planning on coming here temporarily for a short stay for vacation or to just visit your family and friends immigrant intent is really a very very important fact what that comes across on your visa application and more importantly during your interview the interviewing officer is going to want to know why are you going to the United States do you intend to go there permanently if they have an idea or if they think that you’re coming here with the intent on staying here permanently they will deny the visa application they will not approve it your intent must be to come here on a short stay temporarily you’re coming here on vacation or your company coming here for some very specific reason whether it’s for medical treatment or mainly vacation or to visit your family and friends it must be reasons like that for reasons such as those and the stay here you must intend to stay here temporarily number three understand the purpose of your trip number three is connected to number two of immigrant intent number three says that when you are being interviewed by that US consulate officer you need to be very specific about the reason why you’re coming here to the US for example you are coming to Brooklyn New York to visit your mother for three months or the purpose of your trip is to go to Los Angeles to attend a wedding off your sister and you plan on staying at that location for maybe a month three weeks two weeks whatever the case may be point is you’ve got to have a purpose in mind for what your trip is all about you cannot walk into that interview blindly and not know the reason why you’ve applied to come here be very specific and make it very clear [Music] you [Music]

13 thoughts on “10 Tips for USA Tourist B2 Visa Interview (Part 1) | Immigration Lawyer in New York (2019)

  1. Hello Mcbean, I would like to ask you one question about the new public charge rule. I really appreciate if you can help?

    I know I heard you said on your YouTube page that the new rule won’t applied to green card holders, but my question is…
    what about if you are a green card holder, already field for Naturalization, and you still use affordable housing after oct 15? Does this affect your application to became citizen? I really appreciate your help. Thank you

  2. Let me repeat my question again …mam my sister she got married indian us citizen and she is in usa Indianapolis she have 10 years permanent green card and ahe have one baby boy also …but her green card stolen by her family or she lost in home ..she dont know and her husbend always giving her threats that he will complaint to police and they will deport her to india …mam how she can get her green card again ..she is in usa from past 3 years …or if her husbend divorce her she can aply for citizenship or not ….

  3. My husband has applied for asylum since first of 2016. How long he has to wait for the interview? And as a wife am I eligible for visit visa? Looking forward for your answer. Thanks.

  4. Hi..can you please make a video concerning MA international students please …do we have less chances of getting a work permit and obviously the green card? I am planning to study in a field that is in demand here.. Would you advise us to study elsewhere so as not to take any risks? Thx

  5. Hello McBean. I was granted asylum in August 2018. Its now time to apply for Green Card. However, in July 2019 I applied for Advance Parole and granted. I travelled to the country where I was in danger to see my ailing parents who have since passed away. I returned to USA before 30 days. Will my travel affect my Green Card benefit? Please advise.

  6. I've a temporary green card the 2 years one .. my wife is American and she been using the food stamps I'm not included in the food stamps card .. only her and her kids .. Will that affect me ??

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