Archive for the ‘United States’ Category

Step 1 For Nonimmigrant Visa applicants: Determine your visa type by reading Common Nonimmigrant Visas. Each visa type explains the qualifications and application items. Choose the visa type that applies to your situation. Be sure to also review the Visa Waiver Program. If your country participates in the Visa Waiver Program, you do not need […]

The interview lasted not more than 5 minutes. ¼ of the time, the interviewer was just noting some stuff on his computer or checking the documents he asked for. My wife didn’t even have to really speak up but answered probably where she was working and how long she has been working. Here are more […]

Since my daughter was granted a full summer program scholarship in July by Qatar Academy, we had to get visas to the US.  I’m writing this article for those who would like to apply for Non-Immigrant US Visa in Qatar based on my experience. This mainly discusses getting a tourist visa and not more than […]


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  • Xiodd: Hi, i left my old passport in my country. Is it a must to bring old passports during the interview? [...]
  • Mohd: I visited Japan this year back in January 2017 and I spend 11 days only and I come back to Qatar, I [...]
  • Harry: Dear Sir, very useful information. Can you please advise me on what documents do they ask you to sho [...]
  • kondal: Hello, is the time for the interview flexible? Can we go in the afternoon? [...]
  • Rommel b. Iresare: Hi! Im working in qatar 9years Antel now on working but my planing next yer I'm visit to my ante an [...]