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What You Really Want to Know | Episode #6 | I am outside the United States and would like to visit a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident, how do I do this?

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Transcript: Hi, this is Attorney Shaffer, today on “What You Really Want to Know,” we answer the question “I am outside the United States and would like to visit a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident, how do I do this?”

To answer your question, we’re going to break it down into 6 simple steps:

Step 1: Contact an experienced attorney at The Shapiro Law Firm to ensure that you are eligible to apply and get your visa process started off on the right foot.

Step 2: Have your U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident friend write a letter to you, inviting you to come stay with him or her in the United States during your visit.

Step 3: Gather Evidence to prove your nonimmigrant intent. This means that you are going to need to show the US government that you plan to come to the United States, visit your friend or family member and then go back home.

Step 4: Prepare your applications and evidence package and submit it to your local U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad.

Step 5: Attend your scheduled interview at your local U.S. Embassy or Consulate and answer all questions asked truthfully.

Step 6: Receive your nonimmigrant visitor visa, fly to the United States, and do not forget to stop by 11 Broadway to say hi!

That is all for this episode of “What You Really Want To Know,” thanks for watching!


If you would like to visit the United States or if you are a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and would like to have someone visit you, contact us today for more information in getting the process started.


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