The Easiest Ways Of Getting A US Non-Immigrant Visa

The United States of America non-immigrant Visa is a kind of visa application known as a Non-immigrant Visa, and the Visa class is B1/B2.

First thing, in getting an American (US Visa) School, Job, or Travel Visa, one needs to note down the following steps:

If you want to get a U.S School, Conference, Job, or maybe a travel Visa, i.e., you want to go for summer or visitation. This Visa Class is called a B1/B2 application.

What to do next is to visit the US Embassy website to apply online, and if you are successful, you’ll be asked to pay the B1/B2 Interview Fee of 64,000 in only GT Bank, after which a date will be set aside for your interview.

For Nigerians, the location will be either in Lagos or Abuja, depending on your choice.

And for other African countries, Asia, the Philippines, etc., the interview location is based on where the American Embassy is in your country.

I’ll advise all applicants to use a good and qualified agent who knows his or her job very well so they will put you through all the steps one after the other.

The Agent Duties

The agent will be the one to apply for you online, so you don’t get disqualified in certain areas.

The Agent will be the one to get a conference letter directly from the US sent to you via email by the organization, that is if you are going to a conference. The same applies to school and jobs also.

The agent must also ensure the school you applied to sends you an admission letter in your mail.

The agent must crosscheck all your papers to ensure they are intact. Ranging from Passport, Bank Account Details, and every other document you submitted to the US Embassy.

The agent has to follow up on your application to the end to ensure nothing goes bad during and after the application.

The agent must ensure your reservation is confirmed in the US. That’s the hostel reservation if you don’t have a family in the US. The reservation must be printed and handed over to you because you’ll go with it to the embassy during your interview.

The Agent must make sure that your appointment is confirmed and printed out. And you must go with the appointment confirmation form that contains all your details. This ranges from your name, passport number, etc.

Most agents guide their clients and prepare them for the interview by coaching how to respond to questions asked by the interviewer.

The Agent must ensure your account statement is printed out accordingly because it will be needed during the interview if you are a worker, businessman, or woman.

Here Is the Frequently Asked Us Non-immigrant Visa Application Question

  • What’s your name
  • Are you married
  • What do you do for a living
  • Have you travelled before
  • Do you have kids, and if yes, how old are they?
  • Where are you going to in the US
  • What’s the purpose of your visits to the US?
  • What do you do, where do you work, are you working? And if the answer is yes:
  • What do you do for your company (your duties)?
  • How long do you intend to stay in the US?
  • Have you made any Reservations/Arrangements?
  • Your kids are quite young; who do you intend to leave them with?
  • If we grant you this Visa, how do we know you are coming back?

Now, these 13 questions look easy, but they are tactical. When answering them, you need to be careful and not make mistakes. Mistakes are forbidden in this interview.

If along the line, you didn’t hear what the interviewer is saying due to the way they speak; please ask them to repeat the question in a good manner.

All non-immigrant applicants should remember that these questions might not come according to the way listed above; one might come before the other.

E.g., number 5 might be the number 1 question they will ask you. It all depends on the interviewer and how he or she throws the question at you.

But the most important thing is studying all the questions listed out properly and getting used to them.

Don’t forget that all the interviewers are qualified and born psychologists who know when one is telling lies. So compose yourself very well when answering these questions. Do your best to remove tension and be focused when answering.

Be true to yourself and remain calm.

Don’t forget that he who fails to plan has already planned to fail.
So before applying for a US non-immigrant Visa, prepare yourself properly in all ramifications.

Everything must correspond, and no mistakes have to be made. One needs to be careful of little mistakes.

Aside from getting your international passport ready and paying for the B1/B2 interview ticket that qualifies you to go for the interview in the American Embassy either in Abuja or in Lagos, one has to get other things ready like:

For Study Visa

The school will have to send your admission letter to your mail, and sometimes you might be asked to pay a partial tuition fee before the admission letter can be sent to you.

The reason is that many applicants tend to ignore admission once they get to the US.


The education system in the US is considered the superior system in the world. This is because they offer a rich and wide range of choices for international students.

The most enticing attribute of the US education system is its versatility; We hope you find this article helpful, especially for all those who have been wanting to get US Non-Immigrant Visa.

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