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USA Visitor's Visa
We aim to provide the best in quality service to all our valued customers
USA Visitor's Visa
We aim to provide the best in quality service to all our valued customers

U.S.A

VISITOR'S VISA

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How can we help you get your U.S. Visa approved?

We know how excited you are about getting a visa to visit your friends and family members in the United States.

At Expedite Travel services, we have a team of expert and professional immigration consultants to help you get your US visa approved without hassle- we make the entire process seamless. The process of applying for a US visa may seem daunting due to the high denial rate; in retrospect, a visa is not difficult to attain however, most applicants are denied a US visa due to inaccuracies in their visa application.

But guess what? With over twenty (20) years of experience in visa consultation, Expedite Travel Services understand that an accurately completed US visa application increases your chances of approval. Our team of experienced and professional visa specialists will not only coach you on likely questions that the visa officers will ask you at the Embassy and the appropriate answers but we will ensure that your application is accurately completed and submitted. This is why at Expedite Travel Services; we have recorded an unprecedented 98% success rate in Jamaica! With this excellent record, our clients continue to refer their friends and family to Expedite Travel Services.

When applying for a US visitor visa with Expedite Travel Services, we provide you with the convenience of choosing to complete your application via our website or by visiting our main office.

How can you apply for the U.S.A Visitor's Visa?

Gather the required information to apply

Purpose of travel

The person you are visiting in the USA need to provide the following information:

  • Full name 
  • Address
  • Telephone

The hotel or organization you are visiting in the USA need to provide the following information:

  • Hotel/organization name
  • Hotel/organization address
  • Hotel/organization telephone number

If you do not have any relatives or friends in the US, we can make a hotel reservation for your accommodation. Reach out to our team and they will advise you accordingly.

Where will you stay while in the U.S.A?

For your application, we will need the person with who you will be staying with full name, address, and telephone number. If you will be staying at a hotel we will need the hotel name, address, and telephone number 

Invitation letter

The invitation letter is only necessary when you plan to attend a wedding, graduation, funeral, or business trip. If you are traveling for regular vacation purposes the invitation letter is not a requirement. The invitation letter can be scanned and emailed to you; please print it and take it along with you to the Embassy.

Death certificate

If you are attending a funeral. The death certificate can be scanned and email to you from your relatives in the US. Please print it and take it along with you to the Embassy.

The person applying

Passport Information

Valid passport

Your passport should have at least (6) months remaining before it expires. However, it's best to renew your passport if it has less than one (1) year remaining.

Expired passport

We will need your expired passports if you were issued a US visa before its expiration date

Current employment

Employed persons

For employed applicants, you are required to provide information on your current employment start date and your monthly salary before taxes. It is best to request a job letter from your employer if you do not remember the date you started working, as the job letter will state the date you began working and your monthly salary before tax

Self-employed persons

Your employment details will be taken upon visiting our main office to complete your application

Registered business owners

You are required to provide information on the date when your business was registered in order to complete your application. The date can be found on the business registration certificate that you received from the Companies Office of Jamaica.

For a persons sixty (60) years or older

No job information is required since that is the prescribed age of retirement.

Students

Students attending secondary, tertiary, or training institutions. You are required to provide information on the school starting date, name of institution, and contact number to complete their application. For children six (6) years of age or younger. No school information is required to complete their visa application form.

Previous employment history

You are required to provide information on the name of the last two (2) companies worked, address, job title, contact number, employment start date, end date, previous supervisor’s last name, and first name. If you do not remember all the information about your previous employment, you are able to apply without this information.

Secondary, Tertiary, or training Institution

You are required to provide information on the name of the last two (2) school that you attend, address, the program of study, program start date, and end date; if you do not remember all the information about your education history, you are able to apply without this information.

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Sample letter from J.P

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Apply for the U.S.A Visitors Visa

Gather all the supporting documents below that applies to you for your interview at the U.S. Embassy

Apply online

1. Gather the required information

Gather the required information as stated above in Step 1 

2. Complete our online form

You will be required to complete our Expedite Travel Services US online visa form then make payment. Once the accounting department verifies that the payment has been made we will start your visa application immediately.

3. We complete your application

As soon as we complete your US visa application, we will email to you, a copy of the application for proof reading. In the event that errors are identified, we will make the necessary changes, have you recheck and confirm accuracy before final submission. We at the Expedite Travel Services, encourage applicants to check their application multiple times for errors before submitting it to the US Embassy. After submitting your application and paying the visa fee, we will schedule an appointment for you to attend an interview at the Embassy.

Once your appointment is scheduled, we will give you a list of documents that you must take to the embassy. We will also prepare you for your interview with a coaching session on likely questions that the visa officer will ask you in the interview. Coaching sessions for the interview are done via phone, WhatsApp, or zoom.

Apply in-office

1. Gather the required information

Gather the required information as stated above in Step 1

2. Visit our office

Visit our office located on the UWI Campus at Aqueduct Flats, Building A, Mona, Kingston with the required information to complete your application

3. We complete your application

After completing your visa application, we will print for you a copy of the application for proofreading. In the event that errors are identified, we will make the necessary changes, have you recheck and confirm accuracy before final submission. We at the Expedite Travel Services, encourage applicants to check their application multiple times for errors before submitting it to the US Embassy. After submitting your application and paying the visa fee, we will schedule an appointment for you to attend an interview at the Embassy

Once your appointment is scheduled, we will give you a list of documents that you must take to the embassy. We will also prepare you for your interview with a coaching session on likely questions that the visa officer will ask you in the interview.

Gather all your supporting documents

Gather all the supporting documents below that applies to you for your interview at the U.S. Embassy

Employed persons

Your passport should have at least (6) months remaining before it expires. However, it’s best to renew your passport if it has less than one (1) year remaining.

The passport size photographs should not be signed by a Justice of the Peace (JP).

The DS-160 Confirmation Sheet is a document that you will receive from Expedite Travel Services when your application is submitted to the Embassy.

A Job letter is needed from your place to work to confirm your employment. Though a letter may be valid for six (6) months, please ensure that your job letter is no more than two (2) months old.

Self-Employed persons

Your passport should have at least (6) months remaining before it expires. However, it’s best to renew your passport if it has less than one (1) year remaining.

The passport size photographs should not be signed by a Justice of the Peace (JP).

The DS-160 Confirmation Sheet is a document that you will receive from Expedite Travel Services when your application is submitted to the Embassy.

A self-employed person should get a letter from a JP stating that you are self-employed and how long you have been self-employed.

Download a sample Letter from a J.P

Registered business owner

Your passport should have at least (6) months remaining before it expires. However, it’s best to renew your passport if it has less than one (1) year remaining.

The passport size photographs should not be signed by a Justice of the Peace (JP).

The DS-160 Confirmation Sheet is a document that you will receive from Expedite Travel Services when your application is submitted to the Embassy.

Business Registration Certificate that you get from The Companies Office of Jamaica.

Students

Your passport should have at least (6) months remaining before it expires. However, it’s best to renew your passport if it has less than one (1) year remaining.

The passport size photographs should not be signed by a Justice of the Peace (JP).

The DS-160 Confirmation Sheet is a document that you will receive from Expedite Travel Services when your application is submitted to the Embassy.

Status letter from the educational institution you are currently attending.

Children 18 years or younger birth certificate should be taken to the Embassy and accompanied by their mother or father. Both parents have the option to attend the interview with their child.

Additional documents

Marriage certificate, if you are married.

Death Certificate if you are attending a funeral. The death certificate can be scanned and email to you from your relatives in the US. Please print it and take it along with you to the Embassy.

The invitation letter is only necessary when you plan to attend a wedding, graduation, funeral, or a business trip. If you are traveling for regular vacation purposes the invitation letter is not a requirement. The invitation letter can be scanned and emailed to you; please print it and take it along with you to the Embassy.

A bank statement is optional. However, if you are a business owner, you can take a bank statement to the Embassy as proof; in the event that the visa officer wants to see if you are making the amount of money stated on your visa application.

Ensure that you take all the main documents mentioned above to the Embassy on the morning of your appointment. Though the visa officer may not ask you for all of those documents, ensure that you have them in hand. Many applicants have testified that they had brought their job letter to the Embassy and the visa officer did not ask for it. However on their second interview, the visa officer requested to view said document. Truthfully, the visa officer does not have to ask you for all of your supporting documents but in the cases of suspicion, they might ask you for a job letter. As such, it is best to take all your supporting documents because the visa officer can request any of these documents at any point during your interview; if you fail to present a requested document, it may result in visa denial.

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Step 4

Your interview at the U.S. Embassy

Gather all the supporting documents below that applies to you for your interview at the U.S. Embassy

In the interview, make sure you answer the questions accurately and in a complete sentence. Here is an example of a successful interview.

U.S.A VISA GRANTED

Interview between the visa officer and Kimberly

Visa Officer

Kimberly

Kimberly was granted a US visa because she demonstrated, to the visa officer, that she has strong ties in Jamaica. Everyone’s situation is different; anyone can get a visa regardless of their status.

Your visa is approved if you receive white slip. It takes seven (7) working days for the Embassy to stamp your US visa in your passport. After the visitor visa is stamped in your passport, the Embassy will either return it by DHL or pick it up at the Document Service Centre depending on the mode of pick-up you have chosen.

If you receive a pink slip, the Embassy is requesting additional documentation to process your visa application. The pink slip does not mean that you were denied a visa but rather, that your visa application requires other documentation or information for the processing of your visa visitor. For example, if you were arrested and declared it in the interview, the visa officer might request a letter from the court.

A green slip, indicates that you were denied a US visa.

How soon can I reapply for my U.S. Visa, after denial?

At Expedite Travel Services, we know how disappointing it can be when someone got denied a US visa. You can reapply the same day once you can provide new information or documents that you did not provide in the interview. However, it’s best to wait between Six (6) months to one (1) year to try your luck again because if you reapply too quickly, and your situation has not changed, they will deny you.

These common factors cause applicants to get denied a US visa most time: ineligibility of the applicant, not answering the questions correctly, poor documentation, and improper structuring of the application. A visa officer can deny you based on how you answered the interview questions, along with the information you provided on your application. For example, suppose on the application, you stated that you are unemployed. In that case, this will suggest that you are not working, and if you are not working, this will indicate that you will not be able to pay for your trip. Even though you might have money in your savings to pay for your trip, the visa officer still wants to know that you are employed. Regardless of how much money you have in your savings, the visa officer would like to know how you accumulate the money and, if you’re not working, how did you accumulate the money?

Did you know that a person can meet all the requirements and still get denied a U.S. visitor visa? Wondering why?

Everyone is not going to be approved a visa on their first visit to the Embassy. Look at it this way the visa officer might have a bad day, and he just denies you for no reason, even when you are fully qualified based on your ties to your country of residence. Luckily, some persons will get their visa the first time they apply. Simultaneously, some persons will visit the Embassy up to four (4) times before they are eventually issued a US visitor visa.

On numerous occasions, most persons who have been to the Embassy must have realized that some of the visa officers deny all most every person they interview. At the same time, some of them are lenient in that they issue several visas. Perhaps you are saying that I don’t want to go to window number ten (10). He denies everyone. I want to go to window number 2, as he seems to be the one giving away the visa. We are all guilty of that.

A visa denial is not the end of the world. You can try again; hopefully, you will get a visa this time around. Even though you will be disappointed, keep optimistic; everything happens for a reason. Kimaya is one of our successful applicants. She got denied a visa the first time she applied. Nonetheless, she contacted us within a year and reapplied without changing one bit of the previous information, and luckily she was granted a visa. Whenever you are ready to apply for a visitor visa, one of our visa specialists will provide you with the best advice and guidance on how we can increase your chances of obtaining a visa on your next US visa application.

U.S.A VISA REFUSED

Interview between the visa officer and James

Visa Officer

James

James was denied a US visa because he did not demonstrate to the visa officer that he has strong ties to Jamaica.

James got denied a US visitor visa because he didn’t convince the visa officer that he has enough ties in his home country that will compel him to return home after a short visit to the US. In reality, a visitor visa is not hard to get. However, a lot of people overstayed their visitor visas. Because of this, the visa officers scrutinize each application thoroughly to ensure that you have enough ties that will compel you to return home at the end of your short stay. If James chooses to reapply, he should wait until his current situation has changed.

When someone gets denied a visa, they can reapply at any time. However, before James reschedule another interview, he should understand that the main reason why he got rejected a visitor visa is that he didn’t convince the visa officer that he would return to his home country after a short stay.

From our experience, we recommend that James wait at least one (1) year before reapplying for a visa. When James decides to reapply, he will have to demonstrate what significant changes have happened in his life within the last year? If nothing has changed, he might get denied a visa again.

I want to apply for a U.S visa, and I want to be sure that I will be granted a visa.

To qualify for a US visitor visa, you must prove, beyond doubt, to the visa officer that you have strong ties to your home country that will compel you to return home after a short visit to the US. 

While such strong ties may vary from person to person, they generally include your home, job, or relationship with friends and family. During your visit to the embassy, the visa officers will thoroughly review your visa application to see the circumstances surrounding your travel plans, family ties, and job, as well as other connections to your home country. Once you can convince the visa officer that you have strong ties to your home country that will compel you to return home after a short visit to the United States, they will have no problem to grant you a US visa. If the visa officer has any doubts about the information you put on the application or how you answered the questions, they will deny you. Many applicants had obtained a visitor visa and did not adhere to the visa terms and ended up overstaying in the United States, and this is why a visitor visa is so hard to obtain at times. But in reality, a visitor visa is not hard to get. The visa officer wants to have confidence in you that you will return home after a short stay. Many applicants had overstayed their visitor visas. This is why you have to convince the visa officer that you will return home after a short visit.

On the other hand, even though many applicants specifically state that they are traveling to the US for a short stay to visit friends and family, they ended up overstaying or working. In reality, if you are operating a shop, and every time a customer enters the shop, they steal something from you. I’m sure you are going to put measures in place to vet every customer that enters your shop so that you can know who the culprits are. If you have any doubts beyond reasonable suspicion, you will not allow this person inside your shop. Similarly, if you are lucky to obtain a US visitor’s visa, please adhere to the terms of the visitor visa so that more persons can get a visitor visa whenever they decide to apply, due to the excellent track record of previous applicants.

At Expedite Travel Services, we have some of the most qualified and experienced visa specialists that will help you demonstrate to the visa officer that you have strong ties to your home country.

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Frequently asked questions

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Yes you can still apply, we can schedule a hotel reservation for 40USD. So you’ll be staying at a hotel for your trip in the U.S.A.

Yes you can still apply, you’ll have to apply as self-employed. Get a letter from a J.P stating when you started doing business, the name of the business, a description of the business and how much you make from the business on a monthly basis. A sample letter from a J.P. is provided at the end of this document.

Yes you can still apply, however it’s always best to apply when you’re employed or self-employed because this would increase your chances of being granted a Visitor’s Visa.

Yes you can still re-apply, if you don’t have any visa restrictions by the U.S.

Yes you can re-apply, however the final decision is made by the U.S. Embassy.

We cannot guarantee you that when you go to the Embassy you will be granted a visa as we have no connections with the Embassy. What we do at Expedite Travel Services is try to give you the best possible chance of obtaining a visa by providing you with the best advice and guidance.

To qualify for an interview waiver for an individual previously issued a full-validity B1/B2 visa, which is either still valid or expired less than 24 months ago. Persons older than 79 years of age are also qualified for an interview waiver.To know if you qualify for an interview waiver, you have to wait until you are through the process of scheduling an appointment. Even though you are qualified for an interview waiver, if your application requires additional information to be processed, the embassy will send back your passport embassy and send you an email to schedule an appointment to visit the embassy for an interview

No the bank statement is not a requirement when applying however, if you’re self-employed or have a registered business it’s best to bring one just in case the visa officer asks for it during your interview at the U.S. Embassy.

Yes you can still apply, however it’s best to apply when your charges have been expunged.

Yes you can still apply, however the longer you’re working with the organization the better your chances.

Expedite Travel Services is a registered and legitimate company. You can call the Companies Office of Jamaica at (876) 908-4419 or (876) 908-4426 or you can click the link below to do a name search for Expedite Travel Services on the Companies Office of Jamaica Website to see if our Company is Registered.

https://www.orcjamaica.com/CompanySearch.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

We have helped a lot of persons in the same position as you and they got through, anyone can be granted a visa, even persons who are not working apply and they got through. Even though a VISA IS NOT A GUARANTEE, we’ll ensure that you are fully prepared by filling out your application properly and coach you on likely questions that are asked during your visa interview and the most appropriate answers.

The US Embassy will make exceptions for persons applying for an emergency visa even if there is no date available for an interview.

To apply for an emergency visa, you must meet specific criteria to qualify. The following conditions are considered for an emergency/expedited visa.

An immediate relative died, sick, or meet in a life-threatening accident in the United States.

Urgent medical condition for the applicant or their child.

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Marvin Bennett
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Thanks to Expedite Travel Service for their excellent customer service, knowledge and professional guidance. Did my visa application and it was successful.
Shannen Anderson
Shannen Anderson
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I had a good experience with Expedite Travel Services. I used the online services so I never came in physical contact with them but the service was reliable, professional and convenient. Thanks to them I was successful.. I have already recommended them to others!
Lacey Haye
Lacey Haye
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Expedite travel services is the best when it comes to professionalism 10/10, I had applied for my canadian visa 10 months ago and was denied, decided to try with expedite. They ensure that your forms are completed properly it's not just a one day process with them, they take you through it step by step. Just want to say thanks to you guys again for helping me start my travel journey. Will be sending lots of persons your way.👍👍👍
Shantelle Roper
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Excellent service, very professional staff, no doubt my favourite travel service to use.
Rei Daz
Rei Daz
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The staff of Expedite Travel Services is truly amazing. They take the time out to get to know you and assess your visa needs. The preparation for the visa interview is on par as it is the same experience at the embassy. They make the entire application process super easy. I would recommend them in a heartbeat for any visa needs as the level of professionalism, courteousness and knowledge and experience is definitely second to none
Maureen Samuels
Maureen Samuels
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Excellent service. They are well organised, super knowledgeable and very professional and reliable. I definitely recommend this place to any and everyone. Thanks again Adrian for your help. God bless.
Hilette Virgo
Hilette Virgo
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I have always find filling out forms pretty daunting and tiresome. I dreaded the whole idea and many times opportunities would pass just because of this ordeal that I found to be pretty bothersome. Ive been wanting to apply for my parent's visa for years and it was going two years I have been putting off reapplying for my son's stolen visa. My fears and woes completely dissipated when a friend of mine told me about ETS. She spoke with such confidence and conviction that this agency was legitimate and effective. She sang praises of the customer service, follow up process and was delighted to inform me of the success rate. I somehow felt the assurance that this is the place I should trust to take care of my parent's visa application process and I must say that I am satisfied. All three applicants had a hassle fee process and now holders of 10year US visas. We are happy we chose Expedite Travel Service and we certainly would recommend everyone to put their minds at ease and have the competence team deliver on their behalf. It's all worth it!
Travis Mccarty
Travis Mccarty
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This experience has be tremendous over the past two years working with them . I have been successful in attaining two of the hardest visas to get and with their guided help and support they have taught me well . I recommend expedite travel services anytime any day . 💯
La-Taya Williams-Thompson
La-Taya Williams-Thompson
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Thanks to Expediate Travel for assisting me in getting my Canadian Visa I am so elated. They took the time to review my documents in depth, made recommendations where necessary and go above and beyond to make sure my documents are well put together. I had tried on 2 previous occasions at other travel agents but all they did was to put all the documents together without even reading the letters etc etc. Expediate is A1, efficient and effective service deliverd to me. Thank you so much for delivering . And a special thank you to Mike.

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