- Frequently Asked Questions
Australia & Pacific
- South America
Frequently Asked Questions
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When adjudicating a visa, the consular officer takes into consideration a lot of factors such as nationality, history of previous international travel, ties to the US, financial means, tenure and seniority of employment and lack of criminal background etc.
The processing time and length of the visa is not guaranteed.Consulates have discretion to decide the processing time and length of the visa on a case by case basis. They do not follow a predictable pattern and within the same office, different adjudicating officers can resolve seemingly similar applications in very different ways.
We never advise confirming or booking any travel plans until your visa has been issued.
Consular jurisdiction is the geographic area for which a consulate has responsibility for issuing visas. Jurisdictional requirements are determined by each country and frequently vary. Some consulates have strict enforcement of jurisdiction while other consulates are flexible with their jurisdictional requirements.
A visa is an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specified period of time in a country.