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New Bern Tourist Visa Attorneys

Experience America with a Tourist Visa

USCIS offers visas to foreign citizens who wish to enter the U.S. temporarily for business or pleasure. Visitor visas are nonimmigrant visas and the length of time you can stay in the country with one depends on individual circumstances. You may petition for either a tourist visa or a business visa.

The E.A. Wood Law Firm has extensive experience helping people around the world submit petitions for business and tourist visas. Though visitor visas are relatively easy to get, the application process is still long and complex. It is always beneficial to have a skilled immigration attorney working with you.

Give us a call at (800) 611-0821 to learn more about visitor visas.

B-2 Tourist Visa

A tourist visa is a type of visitor visa called the B-2 visa. It is recommended that you apply early for these visas, as wait times tend to vary.

You may obtain a B-2 visa for:

  • Tourism
  • Vacation
  • Visiting friends or relatives
  • Medical treatment
  • Participation in social events
  • Participation in musical, sports, or other events (if you are not being paid to participate)
  • Participation in a short course of study (not for credit towards a degree)

Our tourist visa attorneys in New Bern can help you complete the necessary paperwork and submit all required documentation to petition for a visitor visa. We can also assist you with appealing a tourist visa denial if need be.

Visiting for Business

If you need to visit the U.S. to conduct business briefly, you may instead use the B-1 visa, which is intended specifically for business purposes.

On a B-1, you can:

  • Consult with business partners and associates
  • Attend a professional convention or conference
  • Settle an estate
  • Negotiate a contract

Consult with The E.A. Wood Law Firm

Simplify the process of obtaining a tourist visa by working with our New Bern immigration attorneys. We are happy to serve clients from around the world, as we offer consultations and services over the phone and via video chat. From our office in Craven County, we are eager to help you plan your visit to America.

Contact us online or call (800) 611-0821 to get started.

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Real People, Real Results

  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to Lawful Permanent Resident to Citizenship

    One of our DACA clients later applied and received his lawful permanent residence card and just recently became a U.S. Citizen.

  • Extension of E2 Visa Approved Employment Visas

    A manufacturer in Eastern North Carolina needed help with one of their key employees from Germany. They required an extension of their E2 visa.

  • Removal Proceedings Terminated Removal Proceedings

    Judge agreed with our opinion and terminated her removal proceedings. This allowed us to apply for her lawful permanent residence card. We are happy to report that she received her card in January 2019.

  • Permanent Residence Card Obtained Violence Against Women Act

    We were able to assist him in getting his lawful permanent residence card and in 5 years he will be able to apply for citizenship.

  • Obtained Citizenship Naturalization

    We worked with the client to improve their reading and writing in English. After several months they were able to re-take the civics test and passed.

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