Visa Definition

A U.S. Visa is a document, or official endorsement, obtained from a U.S. consul (abroad), that allows its holder to apply for entry to the United States. There are both Immigrant Visas and Nonimmigrant Visas.

Is is important to understand that while a visa allows its holder to apply for entry in the United States, it does nit grant or guarantee the right to enter the United States. Admission, the length of stay and conditions of stay in the United States is determined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) immigration inspectors at a port of entry.

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