Renew My Business/Tourism Visa
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Let us first remind you that the basic requirements and interview for a visa to the United States are the same whether you are applying for the first time, or renewing your visa. However, if you meet certain requirements, you can make an afternoon appointment to renew your visa.
If there are several applicants making a single appointment (for example, a family), all members in your group must meet every one of the following requirements in order to schedule an afternoon renewal appointment; otherwise, you must all make regular morning appointments.
Remember that in addition to the following, it is always necessary to present the regular documentation necessary for a B1/B2 (tourist) visa.
Requirements for a Renewal Appointment
The applicant was born in Honduras and ALL of the following conditions apply:
- Is residing in Honduras,
- Possesses a valid B-1/B-2 visa (or one that has expired within the past 48 months), and
- Has never been arrested or convicted of a crime, deported from the United States, denied entry to the United States, or have had any other problems or difficulties with U.S. Customs and Border Protection when attempting to enter the United States.
I meet all of the requirements. How to apply for this program?
Complete the application form, also known as the DS-160. The questions are in English, but you can access a Spanish translation by selecting “Spanish” in the ToolTip drop-down menu in the upper right corner of the page. Then place your cursor over a phrase to seen an instant translation. Once you have finished, please remember to print your confirmation page.
Pay the nonrefundable application fee and print your proof of payment.
Schedule your appointment at the Embassy to have your photo and fingerprints captured. At the same time.
"In all cases, consular officers reserve the right to require an interview of any visa applicant."
If any of the following apply to you you cannot make an afternoon renovation appointment, and you must schedule a regular morning appointment:
- The U.S. visa expired over 48 months ago;
- The applicant must travel immediately; or
- The applicant is a domestic employee and traveling as such.
- You have never before had a United States visa.
- Your last visa expired more than one full year ago.
- The visa you are renewing was a single entry visa, or was valid for fewer than five years.
- The visa you are renewing is not a B1/B2 visa.
- Your last visa was canceled or revoked.
- Your visa has the following annotation: “Clearance Received”.
- You wish to apply for a visa type that is different from your previous visa.
- You do not have a Honduran passport.
- Your previous passport containing a United States visa (or that you used to enter the U.S.) was lost/stolen, whether the visas and/or passport was valid or expired.