IMMIGRATION LAW: NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS

Non-immigrants enter the U.S. for a temporary period of time and are restricted to the activity consistent with their visas. These type of visas are less restricted and more readily available.

Visas for Temporary Visitors (B1/B2)

    • B-1 Visitor for Business
  • B-2 Visitors for Pleasure

Visas for Students and Trainees (F, M, J, H-3)

    • Academic Students (F Visa)
    • Vocational Students (M Visa)
    • Exchange Visitor (J Visa)
  • H-3 Visa – Temporary worker invited by an individual or an organization for purposes of receiving instruction and training other than medical in nature.

Visas for Business Personnel (H, L, E, I, O, P Q, and R Visas)

    • H-1B Professional Workers
    • H-2 Temporary Workers
    • L-1 Executives / Managers
    • E Australian Special Occupation Visa
    • I Representatives of the Media
    • O-1 Extraordinary Ability
    • P-1 Athletes & Entertainers
    • Q-1 Cultural Exchange
  • R-1 Religious Workers

Family-Related Visas for Fiancees, Spouses, and Children of U.S. Citizens and LPRS

    • K-1 Fiancee
    • K-3 Spouse of USC
  • V Visa (Spouse/Child of LPR)

Diplomatic and International Organization Aliens

    • Nato
    • TN trade under NAFTA
  • A and G visas

Miscellaneous

    • Extension of Stay
    • Change of Status
    • Transit, crewmen
  • Law Enforcement Visas