Following are the supporting documents to apply for Journalist and Media Visa in USA.
Supporting documents are only one of many factors a consular officer will consider in your interview. Consular officers look at each application individually and consider professional, social, cultural and other factors during adjudication. Consular officers may look at your specific intentions, family situation, and your long-range plans and prospects within your country of residence. Each case is examined individually and is accorded every consideration under the law.
Caution: Do not present false documents. Fraud or misrepresentation
can result in permanent visa ineligibility. If confidentiality is a
concern, you should bring your documents to the U.S.
Embassy/Consulate in a sealed envelope. The U.S. Embassy/Consulate
will not make your information available to anyone and will respect
the confidentiality of your information.
You should bring the following documents to your interview. Original documents are always preferred over photocopies and you must bring these documents with you to the interview. Do not fax, email or mail any supporting documents to the U.S. Embassy/Consulate.
A letter from your employer indicating the purpose of your trip, the intended length of your stay, the number of years you have been with your employer and the number of years of journalism experience you have.
Supporting Documents for Dependents
If your spouse and/or child applies for a visa at a later date, a copy of your media visa must be presented with the application.