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Hello friends, i did two mistakes in us visa aplication form (1) i marked for B1/B2 VISA category (not for B1 Or B2 visa which were given in seperate options ) (2) i didnt mentioned my name in native language (i marked it does not aply) , i have submited my aplication, i cant do anything for that now i m woried becoz i marked b1/b2 category.
does it wil efect on my visa iv?
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Hello friends, i did two mistakes in us visa aplication form (1) i marked for B1/B2 VISA category (not for B1 Or B2 visa which were given in seperate options ) (2) i didnt mentioned my name in native language (i marked it does not aply) , i have submited my aplication, i cant do anything for that now i m woried becoz i marked b1/b2 category.
does it wil efect on my visa iv?
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I think it is B1/B2 . So you did the right thing.

I've a question though. Are visa interview date and finger printing dates same or is finger printing done on seprate day?
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I think it is B1/B2 . So you did the right thing.

I've a question though. Are visa interview date and finger printing dates same or is finger printing done on seprate day?
Visa interview and finger printing are done on seperate days!!!
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I think it is B1/B2 . So you did the right thing.

I've a question though. Are visa interview date and finger printing dates same or is finger printing done on seprate day?
at embassy : in waiting area first they wil cal you for finger print after 5 or 10minutes again they will call you for interview but on the same day. after submision of DS-160 FORM (aplication) they wil provide you all details about that + american expresion confirmation receipt so dont worry about that.

but why did they given B1 AND B2 as in diferent category? thats why i m confused whether i did wrong or right (i marked the B1/B2 Category as both were given in same category as well).
options were given like that :
1) B1
2)B2
3) B1/B2 ( i marked this option)

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