US Tourist Visa
It will surely cause great celebration for US Tourist Visa applicants in Thailand to find out that his or her application for entry to the United States has been granted. But there’s no need to get excited yet; Visas allow travellers to board their transportation to the US but does not mean they will automatically be allowed entry.
Having a visa alone does not mean you can stay in the US. The Department of Homeland Security at the US port of entry is authorised to reject people with visas and send them back to their country of origin if they sense something irregular.
The Visa Waiver Program
This program allows all citizens of nations under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative to travel to the US without requiring any visa. The paperwork for this program is handed out on the transport to be filled out by each eligible person on boar; if there would be no further conflict wherein the traveller would be flagged in any reason, entry is typically granted for a duration of 90 days. Though entry is usually granted on various strict reasons, the traveller should bear in mind to carry a return trip ticket to any country outside the US. The traveller is also prohibited to be employed, with pay or voluntary.
US B1 and B2 Visa (US Tourist Visa) in Thailand
The B1 professional and B2 tourist visas are usually granted for a 6 months duration, although the length lies in the hands of the visa officer handling the application. The length of time printed on the visa does not determine the length of stay for the visitor in the US, but it states the time range wherein the visitor should make the trip to the US. The I-94 document will then state the details regarding the length of the stay in the US.
Few people can survive in the US without needing to work for more than 6 months. Most people travelling to the US with the B2 Visa are not allowed to work, and are given a maximum of 6 months I-94. For entrants who might need medical attention that would require more than six months, it will be up to the determining officer if he or she will be issued a one year I-94.
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