US Visa Blog
US Non-Immigrant Visa Pilot Program
The US Government, led by President Obama, has been working on ways to improve the visa process to encourage economic growth in the US without having an impact on national security. In 2011, the US issued 17% more visas than in 2010.
US Permanent Resident
US permanent residents may travel to Thailand for a short visit without losing permanent resident status if they intend to return to the US and make the US their permanent. However, permanent residents should make sure that their green card (Form I-551 Permanent Resident Card) will not expire while they are outside of the US.
How do I get a US visa?
If you are the Thai fiance of a US citizen, you and your fiance may wonder how best to get a US visa for you to travel to the US. Although the K1 visa is designed especially for foreign born fiances of US citizens, you may have a number of additional options, depending on your […]
US Visa and Immigration Services
Welcome to the US visa and immigration blog maintained by Siam Legal’s immigration professionals. We will provide information about US immigration law, what you can expect from the visa application process and other topics related to going to the US from Thailand.
US Visa for Thai Girlfriend
Your Thai girlfriend will need a US visa to visit you in the US. The type of visa she will need depends on the reason for her trip and her intentions while she is in the US. While there are many types of visas available for Thais and there are few things to remember.
K3 Visa Interview in Thailand
If you have applied for a US K3 (spouse) visa from Thailand, you will have to appear for a personal interview at the US Embassy in Bangkok. This is the final step in the application process and the visa officer who interviews will make the final decision about whether you will receive your K3 visa.
Fiancee Visa in Thailand
Thai citizens with US citizen fiances will generally need a K1 visa to travel to the US. The K1 visa is sometimes called the “fiance visa.” It allows a US citizen to sponsor their Thai fiance for a visa so that they can marry in the US.
US Visas for Thai Citizens
All Thai citizens who want to travel to the US need a valid Thai passport and a US visa. There are two categories of visas: immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas. If you intend to stay in the United States permanently, you need an immigrant visa, but if you only want to visit for study, business […]
US Visa Interview Appointments
The US Embassy in Bangkok and Consulate in Chaing Mai use a paid visa information service to schedule non-immigrant visa interview appointments and provide automated information about US visas. The service requires that you pay a visa information service fee to obtain a Personal Identification Number (PIN). The PIN will allow you to schedule an […]
Compare K3 Visa to CR1 Visa
While K3 Visa and CR1 Visa are both visas for spouses of US citizens, there are differences in the application process and the rights and benefits granted to the two types of visa holders.