CBP requirements for a B-2 visitor

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U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) indicates that all nonimmigrant applicants seeking admission as B-2 visitors are required to satisfy the inspecting CBP Officer that they are entitled to the admission and classification that they seek, including proving that they maintain a foreign residence abroad that they have no intention of abandoning. A variety of factors are to be taken into consideration by the inspecting officer, including, but not limited to, the intended length of stay, proof of foreign residence, and financial solvency.

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