U.S. Citizen applying for the following:
Alien visitors coming to the United States for business can apply for B-1 visa.
Although B-1 visa allows alien visitors to come to United States for various business and economic activities (i.e., attending conferences, attending meetings, negotiating sales on behalf of foreign employers), it is important to note that this trip should be temporary and cannot involve employment in the United States.
Foreign nationals coming to the United States for the following activities can apply for B-2 visa at U.S. Consulates:
Once admitted to the United States, the B-1 or B-2 holder can apply for extensions of stay that may be required by business circumstances or due to family reasons or travel plans.
The application must be mailed to the USCIS service center with jurisdiction over the place where the B-1 or B-2 nonimmigrant is temporarily residing. The Extension request should be filed at least 45 days before the authorized period of stay expires.
A B-1 or B-2 visa holder may have legitimate reason to change his or her status from the B-1 or B-2 category to a different nonimmigrant status.
For example, a person arriving in the Untied States on B-2 visa may later determine to enroll in course work here. In such situation, he or she has to change his or her status to F-1 status. The Change of Status request should be filed at least 45 days before the authorized period of stay expires.
You may be able to apply for naturalization if you are at least 18 years of age and have been a permanent resident of the United States:
There are exceptions to this rule for someone who at the time of filing:
For children under the age of 18:
Have you ever been under the following situations?