Immigrants and non-immigrant visas:
U.S. visas could help you enter the U.S. market for immigrants and non-immigrant visas are two categories that might help in the visit of the person. Immigrant visas are issued to foreign nationals looking for permanent residence for U.S. applicants may request such an immigrant visa at a consular office of the Department of State. After the visa, they can come in the United States and become legal immigrants when they pass through the port of entry. Non immigrant visas permit a stay for a limited period of time with a purpose.
The entire process of U.S. visas deserves special attention. Even though having all documents and all requirements, individuals are often without the visa application. Much depends on the visa interview, if you managed to get the visa or not. All applicants over the age of 14 should make sure they sign their application form. If the applicant is under 14, or the parent can sign the application form. Also, enter your current address on the application form and not the permanent address.
Also check details such as name, date of birth, etc. game with the information on your passport.
In case you decide to leave your spouse and children behind in your country, be ready to detail how they will support in your absence. It can be a trouble spot if you are the main source of income for your family. If the consular officer has the impression that your family you need to send money from the United States to meet their needs, your application will be denied. If your family will join you in the United States at a later time, it is useful to apply the same office where you applied for your U.S. visa.
A visa does not guarantee entry into the United States. Having a U.S. visa allows you to travel to the United States in Port-there input and permission to enter the United States is decided. The Department of Homeland Security, USCIS, U.S. Customs and Border protection (CBP) are responsible for the authority may allow or deny admission to the United States. Port of entrance, if granted entry to the United States, the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. immigration inspector will provide the I-94, arrival-departure record in your passport. By the immigration laws of the United States, you must leave the U.S. if your I-94 contains a specific date.