Topics covered in this article:-

  1. US (United States) flag.
  2. US (United States) map
  3. A short note about the USA.
  4. The US (United States) is a famous place.
  • About visa.
  1. What is a visa?
  2. What is the benefit of a visa?
  3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of visas?
  4. What are the conditions for the visa?
  • About multiple visas.
  1. What is a multiple-entry visa?
  2. Who needs a multiple-entry visa?
  3. What is the validity of a multiple-entry visa?
  4. I can convert a single-entry visa to a multiple-entry visa.
  • About B1 and B2 visas.
  1. What are B1 and B2 visas?
  2. Who is Eligibility to apply for B1 and B2 visas?
  • Documents required for visa.
  • About visa application fees.
  • How to pay a fee.
  • About the visa process.
  1. What to do after applying for the visa?
  2. Where to schedule an appointment?
  3. A few tips about attending the interview.
  4. The common interview question.

About US:-

US stands for (United States) it is also called USA (United States of America)


Maps of the US:-

USA (United States of America)

A short note about the USA.

  • The United States of America is the 3rd largest country in size of the world.
  • The area covered 98,26,630(Ninety-eight lakh twenty-six thousand six hundred and thirty) square kilometers.
  • The United States of America is the 3rd largest country in the world. Thirty-two crore twenty lakh fifty-nine thousand three hundred two (32,20,59,302).
  • The country is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the east by the Atlantic Ocean.
  • The US is often called an economic powerhouse.
  • The US economy is:-
  1. Technological Innovation.
  2. High Consumer Spending.
  3. Large Population.
  4. Low Unemployment Rate.

The US (United States) famous places:-

1). Statue of Liberty

2). Walt Disney World

3). Grand Canyon

4). Hollywood

5). Golden Gate Bridge

6). The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

7). Mount Rushmore

8). New York City

9). Niagara Falls

10). Chicago’s

11). Cuisine

12). Culture

13). Empire State Building

14). Lincoln Memorial

15). National Parks

16). Silicon Valley

17). The Alamo

About visa:-

Visa stands for (Visitors International Stay Admission)

What is a visa?

  • A visa is an official document or It is approval issued from the government of a country that permits individual entry and stays. For a particular time. It is type-stamped on your passport for travel. They have some conditions and restrictions. The application is then processed by the consular or diplomatic authorities of the country they intend to visit.
  • Example:- Tourism, business, study, work, etc

What is the benefit of a visa?

  • The benefit of having a visa is that it gives you official permission from the government of the country you want to visit. This permission is essential because it allows you to enter the country legally, without facing any trouble or getting into legal issues like deportation or fines. So, having a visa ensures that your travel plans go smoothly and you can enjoy your trip without any worries about breaking the law.

What is the advantage of visas?

  • Legal Entry
  • Security
  • Control of Immigration
  • Economic Reasons
  • Reciprocity
  • Documentation and Accountability

What is the disadvantage of visas?

  • Cost
  • Complex application process
  • Visa denials
  • Restrictions on travel
  • Uncertainty and stress
  • Risk of overstaying
  • Limited access to certain countries
  • Inconvenience of renewal

Conditions for the visa

  • You have to follow specific rules for Studying in the US as a visitor
  • If you are visiting for a business need you have to pay the amount on your own
  • In some cases, they give you an honorarium
  • You have to prove that you are staying for a while in the country
  • You have to give proof that you will return to your home town after visiting

What is a multiple-entry visa?

Multiple entry visas are for artist, specialist, and commercial purposes. With a multiple-entry visa, you can travel to other multiple countries with the multiple entry visa also you can visit countries outside the Schengen countries. You can travel the countries with valid data only.

Who needs a multiple-entry visa?

Multiple entry visas are required for people who visit their family and friends frequently, visiting multiple counties for business purposes, and tourism purposes.

What is the validity of a multiple-entry visa?

A multiple-entry visa is valid for up to 12 months later on you can renew it.

US multiple visas can be valid for 1 month to 10 years of time and you can travel once twice or multiple times with the time limit given for the visas.

Could  I convert a single-entry visa to a multiple-entry visa?

Nope, you cannot convert a single-entry visa to a multiple-entry visa. You have to apply for a new multiple-entry visa if required. But you can convert a Schengen visa to a multiple entry visa with the required documents such as valid passports and other documents.

What are B1 and B2 visas?

The B1 visa is for business purposes and a B2 visa is for tourism or visiting family/ friends. If you visit the country once, you cannot return to the same country without applying for another visa. Multiple entry visas allow you to enter several countries with one visa whereas you cannot enter other countries with a single entry visa because you will get a visa for only one country so you cannot travel to other countries.

Eligibility criteria to apply for B1 and B2 visas.

  • The person who is willing to visit the United States[US] for business-related work or to find a job in the US is required to apply for a B2 visa. As of March 2023, you need B1 and B2 visas to attend the interview for a job.
  • The interview is required for the ages of 14 years to 79 years
  • There is no requirement for interviews for persons aged below 14 and aged above 80.
  • The B2 visa is mostly allowed for the spouse and children.
  • B1 and B2 visas are allowed together.
  • A B1 visa is applied for business purposes.
  • The US government does not need any sponsorship to apply for a visa if the person is financially stable for the process of a visa.
  • Generally, you should have the amount of $6000-$10,000 INR (4,96,565-8,27,607) in your bank. If you deposit the amount before the visa application it is not considered for the visa application.
  • The last 6 months’ transactions will be checked for visa application.

Documents required for the multiple visa application

  • Valid passport: you need a passport with six months of validity till the date of return.
  • Photograph: you need a recently clicked digital photograph that can meet the government requirements.
  • Previous data: you have to submit the documents of the last 5 trips [only if have visited for 5 times]
  • Financial condition: you have to show them you can meet the expenses that occur during the stay. And you have to show them the bank statement for 3 months and the assets you own.
  • Proof of visiting: you have to show them for what purpose you are visiting the US like:-
  1. You are going for a tourism purpose
  2. You are going to meet your family\ friends. then you have to have a strong connection between them.
  3. Whether you are going to complete your short-term studies
  4. Whether you are going to a conference you have to show them proof.
  5. If you are attending events then you have to show them a letter.
  6. Then where you are going to stay?

Visa fees

The amount of visa fees for B1 and B2 US multiple entry visas is $185-$187 in rupees (15,310-15,475) for 10 years.

How to pay application fees

  • First, you must log in to the page and create your account.
  • Then you have to my appointment and select the scheduled time
  • Then pay the amount by choosing the payment option

What to do after applying for the visa

  • You have to take the printout of the look document that you have given after the submission of the visa application
  • You should not plan any trips and buy tickets before the visa application is approved. Sometimes it does not get approved.
  • During this time, they may be required to attend a visa interview at the US embassy.
  • Provide additional documents if requested.
  • Prepare for the trip to the US.
  • Once the visa is approved, applicants can make travel arrangements

Where to schedule an appointment

You have to schedule your time between the 2 days of application on If you are applying from Asia you have to schedule your time on

The interview will be held in the US embassy in the country where you live.

Tips to keep in mind while attending an interview

  • You have to be calm and composed.
  • Keep a positive attitude.
  • Keep recalling the answers that can be asked in an interview.
  • Take a deep breath and stay relaxed.
  • Give the answers with honesty.
  • Dress well and formally
  • Arrive at the interview early on time.
  • Keep extra documents
  • Understand visa requirements and conditions
  • Keep in mind that you are providing these answers for the information.
  • Last but not least, keep smiling.

The common interview question:-

  1. Give me your-self introduction
  2. Is your passport valid and how many months are there
  3. What is the purpose of your trip to the United States?
  4. Have you been to the United States before? If yes, how long did you stay?
  5. Do you have any relatives or friends currently residing in the United States?
  6. What ties do you have to your home country that will ensure your return after you visit the United States?
  7. Can you provide details of your itinerary while in the United States?
  8. How do you plan to finance your trip to the United States?
  9. Have you made any arrangements for accommodation in the United States?
  10. What is your current employment status and employer?
  11. What is your monthly income?
  12. What is the monthly income of your father?
  13. If you are married this question will be asked. What is the monthly income of your wife/husband?
  14. Do you have any property or assets in your home country?
  15. Have you ever been refused a visa for any country, including the United States?
  16. What is the purpose of your visit to the United States?
  17. Do you have any previous travel history to countries other than your home country?
  18. Are you married?
  19. If you are married this question will ask. Do you have any children?
  20. Have you ever overstayed a visa or been deported from any country?
  21. What are your plans upon returning to your home country?
  22. Do you have any medical conditions that require ongoing treatment?
  23. Are you traveling alone or with someone else? If with someone else, what is their relationship to you?
  24. Can you provide documentation to support your application, such as bank statements, employment letters, or travel itineraries?
  25. Do you understand the purpose of the visa and the conditions of your stay in the United States?
  26. Have you ever been involved in any criminal activities or convicted of a crime?
  27. Can you provide information about your educational background?
  28. Do you intend to work or study while you’re in the United States? If yes, do you have the necessary permissions or documentation?
  29. How do you intend to spend your time in the United States during your visit?
  30. Can you explain any gaps in your employment or travel history?
  31. What are your ties to your home country that will compel you to return?
  32. Do you have any plans to immigrate to the United States permanently?
  33. Are you familiar with the laws and regulations regarding your visa category?
  34. Have you purchased travel insurance for your trip to the United States?
  35. Can you provide information about your travel history, including previous visits to other countries?
  36. Have you ever been denied entry to the United States or any other country?
  37. Can you explain the source of any funds or financial support you’ll be using for your trip?
  38. Do you have any specific plans to meet with individuals or attend events while in the United States?
  39. Are you aware of any current events or situations in the United States that may affect your travel plans?
  40. Do you have any special medical or dietary requirements that we should be aware of?


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