This is America. This is America. This, that, those, all America. Every year, millions of people are
issued visas to travel to America, some for tourism, some to visit friends and family, some to study, some for medical treatment, some for business meetings and even some who just like to shop. All these people have something in common: They all applied for their visa to visit the United States online. It’s really hard to apply.
[TEXT: I heard it’s really difficult] I heard it takes ages.
[TEXT: I heard it takes ages] Maybe I’ll go next year.
[TEXT: Maybe I’ll go next year] Forget all that. It’s easier than ever. Start your application by visiting the U.S. Department of State’s
Consular Electronic Application Center. Go to ceac.state.gov. Follow the link for Form DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa
Application. From the dropdown menu, select the city and country where you will apply for your visa, and start your application. Select a security question and answer. Click continue. Note your application ID because you may need it
later. Now you are ready to apply. You will be asked to provide information about yourself, your
family, your reason for traveling and other important information. Make sure to answer all of the questions accurately to avoid any delays in your visa process. For students, make sure you have your I-20 form and SEVIS payment
receipt from your school. Pay any necessary fees for your visa, following the instructions available on the website of the U.S.
Embassy or Consulate where you will apply. For assistance, visit usembassy.state.gov to find the website of the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where you will
apply, or visit the contact page at travel.state.gov. It’s that easy. Before you know it, you could be here or here or even here. For the most reliable information about visas and how to apply, visit usvisas.state.gov or the website of the U.S. Embassy or
Consulate. See you in America!