USA Visit Visa

The United States holds a preeminent position as the most renowned country globally, celebrated for its attractions like the Grand Canyon, technological innovation, sports, and its substantial influence on global culture.

A "visitor" visa is classified as a non-immigrant visa primarily utilized for entering the United States for leisure or medical purposes. This visa is suitable for individuals whose intended travel involves recreational activities such as tourism, visiting friends or relatives, rest, medical treatment, fraternal or social events, or participation in amateur events or contests in fields like music and sports, where no remuneration is involved. If the purpose of travel differs, such as for students, temporary workers, crew members, or journalists, applicants must seek the appropriate visa category tailored to their specific purpose.


To obtain a visitor visa, you need to satisfy certain fundamental requirements, including:

  1. Possessing a valid travel document, such as a passport.
  2. Being in good health.
  3. Having no criminal or immigration-related convictions.
  4. Persuading an immigration officer that you have ties, such as employment, a residence, financial assets, or family connections, that indicate your intention to return to your home country.
  5. Conveying to an immigration officer that you intend to depart USA at the conclusion of your visit.
  6. Having sufficient funds to cover your stay.
  7. The required amount depends on the duration of your visit and whether you will be staying in a hotel, with friends, or with relatives.

Sponsor’s Documents

  1. Copy of passport
  2. Bank Statement
  3. Sponsorship Declaration
  4. Utility Bills
  5. Proof of employment or Business
  6. Residence Proof


To complete your application, you are required to submit the following information:

  1. Passport copy
  2. National Identity Card (CNIC)
  3. Family Registration Certificate
  4. Birth Certificates
  5. Marriage Certificate
  6. Travel itinerary, if travel arrangements have already been made.
  7. Travel History, including copies of visas and entry-exit stamps.
  8. National Tax Number (NTN) Card copy
  9. Tax Returns for the last 2 to 3 years
  10. Financial Statements
  11. Company Registration Certificate
  12. Chamber of Commerce Registration (Current)
  13. Company Profile, including brochures,  catalogues, visiting cards, etc.
  14. Invoices (Random invoices from suppliers and clients, if available)
  15. Bank Statement
  16. Experience Letters & Certificates, if available
  17. Resume or Curriculum Vitae, providing information about your current and previous education and work history.