What Tourism and Visit (B-2) Visa Holder could do?
- Vacation (holiday)
- Visits to relative or friends
- Medical treatment
- Participation in social events: for example, hosted by fraternal, social, or service organizations, and conventions, conferences.
- Short Course of Study (NOT not for credit toward a degree) (for example, a two-day cooking class while on vacation)
- Participation by amateurs in musical, sports, or similar events or contests, if not being paid for participating. A person who is an amateur in an entertainment or athletic activity is, by definition, not a member of any of the profession associated with that activity. An amateur is someone who normally performs without remuneration (other than an allotment for expenses). A performer who is normally compensated for performing cannot qualify for a B-2 visa based on this note even if the performer does not make a living at performing, or agrees to perform in the United States without compensation. Thus, an amateur (or group of amateurs) who will not be paid for performances and will perform in a social and/or charitable context or as a competitor in a talent show, contest, or athletic event is eligible for B-2 classification, even if the incidental expenses associated with the visit are reimbursed.
- Armed Forces Dependents: Dependents of the none U.S. citizen member of any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces temporarily assigned for duty in the United States.
- Dependents of Crewmen: Alien dependents of category “D” visa crewmen who are coming to the United States solely for the purpose of accompanying the principal alien.
- Visitors under Special Circumstances:
- Fiancé(e) of U.S. Citizens or U.S. Permanent Resident who intends to a residence abroad soon after the marriage. Under B-2 visa they may come for to meet the family of his or her fiancé; to become engaged; to make arrangements for the wedding; or to renew a relationship with the prospective spouse.
- Fiancé(e) of Nonimmigrant visa holder (such as F, H, J, L, M, O, P, or Q status etc.) who intends to return Alien in United States, however, if he/she apply soon after the marriage to the USCIS to request a change in nonimmigrant status to that of the spouse who is the nonimmigrant visa holder. B status is not appropriate if the fiancé(e) intends to remain in the United States after admission and adjust status to immigrant status, or intends to abandon the residence abroad after marrying and change to a non-immigrant status that does not require such a residence such H-1 or L-1.
- Proxy Marriage Spouse: A spouse married by proxy to an alien in the United States in a nonimmigrant status may be issued a visitor visa in order to join the spouse already in the United States. Upon arrival in the United States, the joining spouse must apply to the USCIS for permission to change to the appropriate derivative nonimmigrant status after consummation of the marriage.
- Spouse or Child of U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident: A foreign spouse or child, including an adopted none U.S. citizen child, of a U.S. citizen or resident alien may be classified as a nonimmigrant B-2 visitor if the purpose of the travel is to accompany or follow to join the spouse or parent for a temporary visit.
- Cohabitating Partners, Extended Family Members, and Other Household Members not Eligible for Derivative Status
- Aliens Seeking Naturalization (for the Citizenship) because of U.S. military service during Hostilities
- Children or adopted children of U.S. citizen parent who is seeking Expeditious Naturalization under INA 322
- Dependents of Alien Members of U.S. Armed Forces Eligible for Naturalization under INA 328
- Foreign citizen destined to an Avocational or Recreational School
- Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Issued Nonimmigrant Visitor Visa for Emergency Temporary Visit to United States
- Adoptive Child Coming to United States for Acquisition of Citizenship
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