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What are the requirements for obtaining visitor visa for USA?

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What are the requirements for obtaining visitor visa for USA?
* pay the fee
* be admissible
* have sufficient funds for your vacation
* convince the consular officer that you will return home after your vacation

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* pay the fee
* be admissible
* have sufficient funds for your vacation
* convince the consular officer that you will return home after your vacation
how much minimum funds required?

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how much minimum funds required?
No amount is written down.

Coming with $2,000 for a 1-week trip sightseeing in NYC seems reasonable. However, that amount would be insufficient if you were planning a 5-month tour.

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No amount is written down.

Coming with $2,000 for a 1-week trip sightseeing in NYC seems reasonable. However, that amount would be insufficient if you were planning a 5-month tour.
hmmm. thanks for replay......... vot is the average processing time for this kind of visa?

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hmmm. thanks for replay......... vot is the average processing time for this kind of visa?

If you're from or have links with Pakistan it can take a long time -- you will be subject to enhanced security checks. I'd apply at least 6 months before you want to go.

Also, realise that your chances of success are not great.

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