Should We Apply For US Visa?
July 27, 2016 2:24am CST
Husband wants to go to USA not to work but to see his eldest sister. Depression hit his sister since my mother-in-law passed away two years ago. We planned to go this year but we prioritized to build up our project first and the rate of the plane ticket from Singapore to Chicago is tremendously high. I checked last night the skyscanner and I am shocked that the fare is now in half. Imagine, $S2,000++ two-way for two pax. Photo: Screenshot from the website. I am quite afraid to be denied by the embassy. Haha! I do not want a record of rejection in passport. Should we go or should not? Gosh! This is a major decision.
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
28 Jul 16
She's family and I think it would be important to go, especially considering she has gotten depression from the loss of her mother-in-law. It would cheer her up and help bring her out of her depression if you visited. How long were you planning to visit? You might not need a visa if your stay isn't going to be a long one. It would be a good idea to check with them to see what they have to say about it.
27 Jul 16
Why should you be rejected? O do not believe that they can refuse to issue a visa without giving a reason. For what I know you should not even need a visa if you go to the United States for less than 90 days. Singapore has signed The Visa Waiver Program (VWP). You only need a passport with an integrated chip (e-passport) and to register on-line through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA).