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CSC/United States DoS Nonimmigrant Visa Instructions

Please read these instructions in their entirety. Failure to comply with these instructions may delay the approval of your U.S.
Nonimmigrant Visa application.
To complete this application for a U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa, each applicant listed below must appear with supporting Visa
application documents for an in-person interview at the U.S. Consular Section.

Please gather the documents for each applicant listed below. Have each of the applicants bring a copy of their individual
instructions with them to the ASC appointment and Consular Section interview (if applicable).

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Instructions for Rafael Moura de Barros

Applicant Name Rafael Moura de Barros
Visa Class B1/B2 Business & Tourism (Temporary visitor)
DS-160 Number AA004VP890
Passport Number FK875137
Destination Rio de Janeiro

DS-160 Number


Passport Number

You must appear in person at the Applicant Service Center (ASC) to provide fingerprints and digital photograph. Please bring
your passport and DS-160 confirmation page to your ASC appointment.
You must also appear for an in-person interview at the Consular Section. Please gather the documents listed below and bring them
with you to your interview and a copy of these instructions.
Brazilian Visa applicant(s) under the age of 16 and Non-Brazilian Visa applicants under the age of 14 do not need to appear in
person at the Applicant Service Center (ASC) and/or the Consular Section appointments. The parent must bring the minor child’s
documentation to the Applicant Service Center and/or the Consular appointment on behalf of the child.
In general, only Visa applicants with scheduled appointments are allowed to enter the Consular Section. Parents or legal guardians
are allowed to accompany minor children. For special instructions concerning translators or caregivers, visit the Consular Section
All visitors to the Consular Section are screened by security personnel prior to entry. To learn more about the security precautions
and restrictions please visit the Consular Section Web site at http://brazil.usembassy.gov/nonimmigrant-visas/contact-information-

Consular Section Interview Date: ASC Appointment Date:

6 April, 2015, 09:15 BRT 6 April, 2015, 07:00 BRT
Consular Section Location: ASC Location:
Av. Presidente Wilson, 147 Castelo Lagoa Corporate - Rua Humaita 275
Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Humaita
CEP: 20030-020 Rio de Janeiro, RJ
You have until 03 April, 2015, 15:00 BRT to cancel or reschedule your appointment. You can cancel or reschedule your
appointment from the "Applicant Summary Page".

General Required Documents - For All Visa Types

The following documents are required for all visa types:
1. Current Passport valid for travel to the United States. The passport must be valid for at least six months beyond the period of stay
in the United States (unless exempt by country-specific agreements.)
2. Previous passport with the last US Visa, if applicable.
3. Form DS-160 confirmation page.
4. Your appointment confirmation and instructions page printed from this website.
5. A 5 x 5 cm or 5 x 7 cm colored printed photo, taken within the last 6 months and with white background. For additional
instructions on photo requirement for the US Department of States, please visit http://travel.state.gov/visa/visaphotoreq
Note: A printed photo is required only if the applicant is not physically present at the ASC. If the applicant attends the ASC
appointment a digital photo will be taken. For children under two years old applying for a visa it is highly recommended that the
parents bring a printed photo in compliance with the standards mentioned above.
6. Accompanying family members, unless entering the United States for another purpose, should present an original marriage
certificate (spouse) and/or birth certification (for unmarried children under 21), as applicable. Many visa types require additional
documents. Please see the section below.

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Be ready to present the following documents, if traveling for medical treatment:

Medical diagnosis from a local physician, explaining the nature of the ailment and the reason treatment is needed in the United
Letter from a physician or medical facility in the United States stating the willingness to treat the diagnosed ailment, and detailing
the projected length and cost of treatment (including doctors' fees, hospitalization fees, and all medical-related expenses).
Proof that the patient's transportation, medical, and living expenses in the United States will be paid. This may be in the form of
bank or other statements of income/savings or certified copies of income tax returns (either the patient's or the person or
organization paying for the treatment).
The following documents may be useful in support of your visa application:
Intention to depart the United States upon completion of your travel.
Sufficient funds to cover all expenses while in the United States.
Evidence that you have significant ties to the country to which you intend to return at the end of your stay in the United States
(This is generally established by evidence of family, professional, property, employment or other ties and commitments to a
country other than the United States.)

Visa Issuance Fee (Reciprocity Fee)

Depending on the applicant's country of citizenship and the visa type, the applicant may also be required to pay an additional fee
for visa issuance, known as a reciprocity fee. Detailed information about reciprocity fees can be found at http://travel.state.gov

Document Return
Delivery Type: Pick up at ASC
Delivery Address: Lagoa Corporate - Rua Humaita 275
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 22261001
You only have until 06 April, 2015, 06:00 BRT to change the location where your visa documents will be delivered. After the time
indicated above, the option to change the courier location will be deactivated from your account and at this point no courier
changes will be allowed.

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