U.S. VISA APPLICATION IN GHANA

We provide a number of services for applications to the United States

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You may make an application for a U.S. visa based on your reasons for wishing to go to the U.S. Most nonimmigrant visas require an intention to return. This means that you must provide evidence in your application to show that you have sufficient ties to your home country to enforce your return.

For immigrant visas, this is usually based on a qualifying relationship with a U.S. citizen, an LPR or a U.S. based employer. Unlike a nonimmigrant visa, you will not need to show any intention to return. Usually, the family member or employer will file a petition on your behalf. Once you become the beneficiary of an approved petition, your eligibility for the visa will usually depend on you satisfying the consular officer that the claimed relationship does exists.

How can we help?

For nonimmigrant visas, we will consider your personal circumstances, including your financial, social, and such other circumstances to aid us determine whether you have sufficient ties to justify entitlement to the relevant visa classification. The information you provide to us will give us the necessary data to apply to the relevant provisions of the immigration rule. We will then provide you with an oral or written opinion on the merits or otherwise of your case.

We may save you needless expense, time, and possibly the emotional trauma associated with a visa refusal by advising you on the major weaknesses in your case. We will do this by pointing out the flaws in your case with a roadmap on how you may address any such weaknesses in the future.

For immigrant visas, we will explore whether the evidence, information or documentation you have provided sufficiently establishes the claimed relationship, and if so, whether any additional evidence is required.

Depending on the nature of your case, we may do all or any of the following:

  • Advice you on documentation or evidence required to prove certain facts;
  • Review all supporting documents or information to ensure that they are consistent and coherent;
  • Provide guidance on application procedures to ensure that you make a hassle-free application;
  • Provide current, up-to-date information on application procedures including, visa fees and mode of payment, place of application, guidance on interview, processing times, etc.;
  • Ensure that all information provided is accurate and relevant to your application;
  • Complete all relevant application forms, and where time limits are involved, to ensure that they are received within the limited period set by the relevant authority;
  • Book online visa application appointments, where applicable.
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