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Non-Immigrant Visas

Temporary Visitors

A Non-Immigrant visa is the visa issued to persons with a permanent residence outside the U.S. but who wishes to be in the U.S. on a temporary basis (i.e. Tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work, or study).

Please follow our step by step guide to apply for Non-Immigrant visa.

HOW TO APPLY

  • STEP 1: SELECT THE VISA TYPES
  • STEP 2: PAY THE APPLICATION FEE
     

    You have to pay your visa application fee in MNT at any Khan Bank branch. Before going to the bank, you MUST fill out and print the visa fee payment slip. You need to use Internet Explorer and all the fields need to be typed in CAPITAL LETTERS only. Take the completed fee payment slip to the bank on the same day. Please select the applicable fee payment slipFrom the list below. For more information about visa fees please visit this page. MRV fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

    Please note that the fee payment slips are not compatible with an iPad and will not load correctly using the default Apple .pdf reader. The slips will load correctly on Apple computers if opened using Adobe Reader.

    If you cannot open or view the deposit slip, please install the latest version of  Adobe reader for free.

    Your receipt is valid for one year from the date of payment. 

  • STEP 3: COMPLETE THE DS-160 ONLINE APPLICATION
     

    Fill out the online DS-160 Nonimmigrant Visa Application Form and print the "Confirmation Page" with a barcode preferably in black and white. 

    Note:  If your DS-160 does not provide complete and accurate information, the Embassy will not process the application.  You will be required to update or correct your DS-160 and return to the Embassy at a later time to finish the application process.

    Errors on the DS-160 application will be reflected on your visa and will cause you to be refused to board  flights and your entry into the U.S.

  • STEP 4: SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT(S) THROUGH THE APPOINTMENT CENTER
     

    You must schedule an appointment for your interview, either ONLINE or through the CALL CENTER.

    Applicants under the age of 14 and at the age of 80 or over are not required to appear in person for an interview. They have two options:

    1. Parent(s) may bring in the child's application at the time of his or her interview. Also applicant(s) may bring application of their parent(s) who are 80 or over. No separate appointed is needed. 
    2. Children under 14 and applicants at the age of 80 or over may also drop-off their application package without scheduling appointment.
  • STEP 5: APPEAR AT THE EMBASSY FOR INTERVIEW (NOT REQUIRED FOR ALL APPLICANTS)
     

    Your scheduled appointment time is your building entry time. Please do not arrive early. You will not be allowed to enter the building more than 15 minutes before your appointment.

    Applicants over the age of 18 should come alone to their interviews. Disabled people or applicants with serious medical condition may be accompanied by their caregiver. 

    It is important to be honest during the interview. Misleading, lying, and/or presenting false or altered documentation may result in a permanent visa ineligibility.

    Please bring:

    1. Citizen Identification Card (ID)
    2. Passport with sufficient visa page, and valid for at least six months beyond the intended stay in the U.S. 
    3. Confirmation page of the DS-160 application form
    4. One photo - size: 5cm x 5 cm, background: white
    5. Khan bank visa fee receipt: Pink copy
    1. F, M and J visa applicants must bring the original I-20 or DS-2019 and SEVIS fee receipt 
    2. H, P and other petition-based visa applicants may bring I-797, I-129 form copies and other petition-related documents
  • STEP 6: PICK UP PASSPORT AND VISA (IF APPROVED)
     

    Please return to the Embassy after 2 working days at 3:30pm with your valid ID to pick up your visa. One person can pick up family members' passport(s) and visa(s).