The Visa Interview Application (VIA) is the first step in the visa process.
The VIA is not a comprehensive form, but it’s a quick, easy-to-read and easy-for-you tool that you can use to ensure you are in the best possible position to apply for a visa.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you better understand the VIA process and the process of applying for a US visa.
Visa Interview Application:A short questionnaire that will be sent to your home address and will ask for your name, age, country of birth, and citizenship.
If you don’t have a name or address, you can fill out the VIE application form online.
If you don, your name will be included.
If there’s no information on your VIE form, you’ll be asked to fill out an Affidavit of Eligibility and Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
If you’re a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you may have an I-94 form attached to your VIA form.
Fill it out and send it to the U. S. embassy in your country of residence.
If your name is on the form, it means you have a valid I-9 form.
If it’s not on the I-8 form, there’s a good chance your name isn’t on the list.
If your name on the VIR form is on your I-4 form, the embassy can still verify you are a US citizen or green card holder by sending a letter to the I.4 office in your home country.
If the embassy’s letter doesn’t match your name listed on your U. N. I-6 form, your I.9 form isn’t valid either.
If the letter from the I4 office doesn’t include your name in the I9 form, that’s a red flag.
It means you’re not a US permanent resident.
If that happens, contact the Embassy of the United States to get your I9-EZ form and a letter from your embassy confirming you are indeed a U (green card holder).
If you do get your form from the embassy, fill it out, submit it to your embassy, and wait.
If they send you a copy of your I6 form and letter, you should receive it in two to three weeks.
If a VIE has your name or a letter, it’s best to apply at the embassy and wait to receive your VIR and I6 forms.
If this isn’t an option, contact your embassy directly to make sure they’re not processing visa applications in their offices.VISA extension:After you’ve filled out the form and sent it to a U