US Visa: What happens if the information on Form DS-160 changes?
Modifying the information included in Form DS-160 can make the immigration process difficult at the United States embassy, which is why it has become one of the most common concerns among those who want to visit the country. What happens if the information changes? We tell you here.
To enter the United States, people coming from Latin America – with the exception of countries affiliated with the Visa Waiver – must complete Form DS-160. What is this form?
The DS-160 online nonimmigrant visa application form is for temporary travel to the United States and for K (fiancé(e)) visas. The DS-160 form is submitted electronically to the Department of State website via the Internet. Consular officers use the information entered on the DS-160 to process the visa application and, in combination with a personal interview, determine the applicant’s eligibility for a nonimmigrant visa.
So what happens if the information displayed on the form changes? An official from the United States embassy released information in this regard, ensuring that the information provided in the form does not expire, so in case of registering important changes, it is best to complete a new form.
In addition, he stated that the modifications can be mentioned on the day of the interview at the embassy, so if the changes are not substantial, it is possible to register them on the same day of the appointment.
Latin Americans who invest in Florida will be able to receive the Green Card
Florida is one of the most sought-after states in the United States, mainly because it has a strong economy, low taxes that encourage development, and great attractions such as beaches and sunny weather that attract more and more investors.
And Latin Americans have been able to take advantage of this opportunity more and more, registering a significant increase in the number of Green Cards received by Latinos each year.
So, today Latin Americans can access an investor visa, which later becomes a permanent residence card or Green Card. This, since by entering the EB-5 Program, and investing in a property in a specific real estate project, you can access the benefit.
The minimum investment to participate in the program is between 800 thousand and 1 million dollars. That amount remains in a trust in the name of the construction company, the United States government and the investor. At the start of the process, $60,000 is set aside and the application for the EB-5 visa begins. Additionally, a payment must be made to the Government of the United States of 70 thousand dollars as the cost of processing.
The second part of the process includes a change of immigration status and in a waiting time between 60 to 90 days counting from the beginning of the process, obtaining a social security number that grants a work permit and identifies you to pay taxes (taxes).
Investing in BAI Capital is investing in the United States
With a presence in the real estate sector in the states of Florida, Texas and New York, BAI Capital specializes in generating value from land acquisition to the development of mixed-use projects. Such as residences for the elderly, student residences, multifamily buildings for rentals and mixed use that include condos and retail.
Our mission is to safeguard the capital of the partners and the own capital under the minimum risk exposure. With a safe development and going through all the stages. Purchase of land, adjustment of urban zoning, commercial vision in architectural development and management of building permits. Then, we take charge of the capitalization, construction and exit with return of the capital and profits to the partners.
In this way, we guarantee fixed and stable returns for our client portfolio. In addition to having a confidential work protocol with encrypted web forms. Use of protected personal data and private meetings with our agents throughout Latin America.