US Visa Group - Information
If your US visa application has been denied by the US Embassy or you are applying for the first time, you may want to consider professional assistance in preparing your US visa application.
US Visa Group has many years of experience assisting individuals and businesses with their US visa and immigration applications at US Embassies and USCIS offices worldwide.
Our service fees to assist with preparing US visa applications are set out below and do NOT include the government fees from the US Embassy or USCIS since these change regularly.
We can provide a more detailed fee quote upon request which also includes the itemized government fees from the US Embassy or USCIS.
||SERVICE FEE (US $)
|| IR1 / CR1
|| IR3 / CR3
|Temporary Work Visa
|| B1 / H1B
|Treaty Specialty Worker||H1B1||2,500|
|Australian Specialty Worker||E3||2,500|
|Treaty Trader|| E1
|Treaty Investor|| E2
|Investor Green Card Visa
|Persons of Extraordinary Ability
|Athletes & Entertainers
|Adjustment of Status
|Reentry Permit / Advance Parole
|Removal of Conditions
|Extension of Stay
|Other Visa & Immigration Matters
||-||Please contact us for a fee quote.
US Visa Group - Payment Terms
US VISA GROUP DOES NOT PROVIDE REFUNDS OR A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE BECAUSE VISA APPROVAL DEPENDS ON THE SPECIFIC BACKGROUND OF EACH APPLICANT AND THE FINAL DECISION IS CONTROLLED BY THE USCIS AND / OR THE US EMBASSY.
We require a 50% deposit for jobs costing $1,000 or above and payment in full for jobs costing $500 or below. We will provide a receipt immediately upon confirmation of payment.
In the course of providing visa and immigration assistance services, we will NOT:
a. State or imply that the person can or will obtain special favors from or has special
influence with the bureau of citizenship and immigration services or any other
governmental entity, or threaten to report the client to immigration or other authorities or undermine in any way the client's immigration status or attempt to secure lawful status;
b. Demand or retain any fees or compensation for services not performed, or costs
that are not actually incurred;
c. Fail to provide a customer with copies of documents filed with a governmental entity or refuse to return original documents supplied by, prepared on behalf of, or paid for by the customer, upon the request of the customer, or upon termination of the contract. Original documents must be returned promptly upon request and upon cancellation of the contract, even if there is a fee dispute between the immigration assistance provider and the customer;
d. Assume, use or advertise the title of lawyer or attorney at law, or equivalent terms in the English language or any other language, or represent or advertise other titles or
credentials, including but not limited to "Notary Public", "Accredited Representative of the Board of Immigration Appeals" or "Immigration Consultant," that could cause a customer to believe that the person possesses special professional skills or is authorized to provide advice on an immigration matter; provided that a notary public licensed by the secretary of state may use the term "Notary Public";
e. Give any legal advice concerning an immigration matter or otherwise engage in the practice of law;
f. Make any guarantee or promise to a customer, unless there is a basis in fact for such representation, and the guarantee or promise is in writing;
g. Represent that a fee may be charged, or charge a fee for the distribution, provision or submission of any official document or form issued or promulgated by a state or federal governmental entity, or for a referral of the customer to another person or entity that is qualified to provide services or assistance which the immigration assistance service provider will not provide; or
h. Disclose any information to, or file any forms or documents with, immigration or
other authorities without the knowledge or consent of the customer.