LateNights v2.0 American Visa Bureau News American Visa Bureau provides detailed and current news articles related to American immigration. We are specialist US migration consultants who can assist with H1-B, E-1, E-2, L1 and all Family and Exchange Visas. en-uk © 2003-2007 Visa Bureau Limited 2019-08-06T15:35:112019-08-06T15:35:11 New York tourism sees record growth a still struggling economy, America's most famous city continues to thrive with international visitors up over 50% in the last six years alone. Poland edges closer to US Visa Waiver Program deal successful vote in the US Senate means Poland's long-awaited and much-coveted accession to the US Visa Waiver Program edges a little closer. Polish Ambassador hopeful of joining US Visa Waiver Program's Ambassador to the United States Ryszard Schnepf has said he is hopeful Poland will be permitted to join the US Visa Waiver Program. Israeli access to US Visa Waiver Program still faltering reluctance to allow Israel access to its coveted Visa Waiver Program has continued after the Israeli government continues to grant American passport holders the same freedoms when visiting Israel. Senator calls for Niagara Falls inclusion on US tourism list Senator Chuck Schumer has said BrandUSA, the country's official tourism body, should be doing more to support Niagara Falls internationally as a US tourism destination. The Saturdays in trouble over US visa photos The Saturdays were in trouble with American authorities last week after attempting to use airbrushed photos in the US visa applications. US tourism spending hits record high released figures show foreign tourists holidaying in the US spent almost $170 billion in 2012, a record high and a 10% increase on the year before. Congolese cinema starlet gets US visa in time for Oscars teenage star of an Academy Award nominated film has been granted a US visa so she can attend the ceremony. Polish Visa Waiver Program deal back on the table which would allow Polish tourists to visit the country without the need for a US visa has been introduced in the Houses of Congress.