1. You may re-enter into the US before your B-visa expiration date. At this point you will be issued a new I-94 (typically valid for the next 3 or 6 months). For example, if your B1/B2 expiration date is 1/23/08, you may enter into the US even on 1/23/08 and stay in the US until 7/3/08 (if I-94 issued for 6 months).
Review official FAQ at http://travel.state.gov/visa/questio...ions_1253.html
2. My niece, (citizen of Ukraine, had C1/D at the moment), personally obtained B1/B2 visa in Nassau on March 2007. At least she did not mention any problem.
Not applicable to Nassau! http://nassau.usembassy.gov/visa_services.html
Originally Posted by K1W1
Also remember when applying that the Embassy will hang on to your passport and send it back in the self addressed envelope you have provided with your application so wherever you go plan on spending more than 24 hrs.
Our policy is to return passports with the approved visa between 2:30 and 3:30pm on the day following the interview, or between 1:00 and 2:00pm on Friday for applicants interviewed on Thursdays.
So, you may schedule an apointment and carefully follow the instructions for "Renew a Visa" process. Read http://nassau.usembassy.gov/renew_a_visa.html
They accept US$ but have exact change with you. $131.00 plus visa reciprocity fee ( http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/re...city_3272.html