Visa From Colombia to USA (Guide)

If you possess a Colombian passport, you should know about the US B1/B2 Visa. The process typically requires an interview at the US embassy.

Do Colombian citizens need a visa to enter the U.S.?

Yes! As a citizen of Colombia, you need to obtain a US B1/B2 Visa before entering the United States. Remember that this is a paper visa, and it typically involves an interview during the process.

Discover more U.S. Visa Interview Information for Colombian Citizens below.

What documents are needed to apply for my visa? First, you will need to provide personal details to complete the application form. In addition, you need:

  • A valid passport. This passport must have at least 6 months of validity.
  • Payment methods. You must pay for the service using a credit/debit card.

Ensure you have these additional requirements as well:

  • Passport photo (in digital format)
  • Your travel itinerary.
  • Details about your last five trips to the United States (if applicable).
  • Your CV (if necessary).

Please note that U.S. authorities may require additional information depending on your situation, but our experts will inform you if this is the case.

How do I apply for my US Tourist Visa?

Once you have gathered all the necessary information and documents, you are ready to fill in the application form. The process should take no more than 15 minutes. If you need guidance, our team of experts is available non-stop and provides free-of-charge assistance to customers.

Follow these steps:

  1. Complete the digital form. DS-160
  2. Review your information to avoid errors.
  3. Pay the fees and attach any required documentation.
  4. Expect a preparation guide with instructions to prepare for your interview at the US embassy (if you are applying for your visa for the first time).

What is the cost of the B1/B2 visa renewal?

About $140

How long does the visa process typically take?

A US visa may take at least 4 weeks to be issued to a Colombian citizen, depending on the waiting period for the interview and any administrative processing requirements for the applicant.