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Q: How long does it normally take for a Chinese citizen to obtain a visa to travel to USA?

7 years 44 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Nanning

 
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First they must apply to Dept of Peter Pan and then to Michael Jackson for clearance to Neverland, unless they have lots of money or want to go to school, again lots of money..

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iirc you're not allowed to apply more than 90 days ahead of your intended date of travel. However, having said that, a huge percentage are refused primarily due to fear that the applicant won't return.

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visitors visa to the united states

 

number 1

you must convince them that you have a strong reason to return to china, business , family obligations, great job, etc.

 

number 2

fake identification is everywhere in china, so bring photos of you with your family currently , 10 years ago , 20 years ago, if it looks photoshopped, forget it.

 

number 3

you must prove your responsible by traveling to 3 different countries and returning to china within the visa requirements for those countries.

 

number 4

unless you have family to write statements of support for you that you will be staying with , you need to have a balance of 20 to 30 thousand in the bank to show you can support yourself and it must be in the bank for more than 6 months, cant borrow money from a friend last month. real bank statements not copies from the internet.

 

if you travel for training or corporate events, academic events, medical research, the 3 country rule is waived.

 

these are the criteria for the state department. they are not written anywhere, i have friends that work there, also your length of stay is determined after your arrive by immigration at the airport, state department can only give 90 days from beijing but you could get longer upon arrival. dont let a long flight and a bad mood make you piss off the uscis agents when your arrive stateside

 

good luck.

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the best way is get a visa to mexico then cross the rio grande with everyone else

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