I have a waiver of ineligiblity on a B1/B2 visa, valid for 5 years and for multiple entries.
When I first applied it was for a holiday, and that is the reason I gave to the consular official, but I now need to return to the US for business purposes.
Do you envisage any difficulties at the entry port with returning for B1 purposes rather than the B2 reason I gave when applying for the visa and waiver?
I know you can update an ESTA with your new destination and hotel, is there anyway of doing that for a Visa?
Thanks in anticipation.
Not very likely so long as you can prove the purpose of your trip.
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