Cual Es El Numero De Visa En Border Crossing Card?
- Elvira Olguin
There is no red number in the lower hand side of the front face. The instructions for that particular step say: ‘Enter the 8-digit number that is displayed in red on the lower right hand side of your visa. If your previous visa was a Border Crossing Card enter the last 12-digit number of the first line of the machine readable zone.’
What is a Border Crossing Card (BCC)?
The Border Crossing Card (BCC) is both a BCC and a B1/B2 visitor’s visa. A BCC (also referred to as a DSP-150) is issued as a laminated card, which has enhanced graphics and technology, similar to the size of a credit card. It is valid for travel until the expiration date on the front of the card, usually ten years after issuance.
What is a B1/B2 visa/Border Crossing Card?
B1/B2 visa/Border Crossing Cards are only issued to applicants who are citizens of and resident in Mexico. Applicants must meet the eligibility standards for B1/B2 visas.
How long is a border crossing card valid for?
It is valid for travel until the expiration date on the front of the card, usually ten years after issuance. The new card is valid for ten years after issuance, except in the cases of some children (see Border Crossing Card Fees ).
Where is the visa number on a BCC laser visa or card?
Where is the visa number on a Bcc laser visa or Border Crossing Card? You can find the visa number on a bcc laser card on the back of the card in the metallic/dark area. It will have three letters and 14 numbers. You are looking for the numbers. You might have to look at it at an angle to be able to see them.